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Sol Food in San Rafael, CA
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Sol Food

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901 Lincoln Ave  San RafaelCA  94901

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  1. anonymous
    6/6/2012 8:42:42 PM
    Address is 903 Lincoln
  2. anonymous
    3/27/2012 4:10:09 AM
    It is open (with 3 locations on the same block actually) across the street. Theres the restaurant, a to go place, and then a small local hang out
  3. anonymous
    3/22/2012 1:01:08 AM
    3/20/12 This place is not open anymore.  The location is now a  dry cleaner.
  4. anonymous
    10/25/2011 3:07:46 AM
    Just saw 3D's review of your rest. Love PR food, but Why don't you serve Pork on the menu. Pernil, Roast Pork, Pork Chops, Mondongo, Pigs feet Stew with chick peas, potatoes, and platanos. Cod fish frittersa, cod fish stew with onions, potatoes, red and yellow peppers cokked together in a sofrito sauce.  These also are typical PR dishes, PR beef stew with yuca, yautia, sweet potatoes pot/carrots.  Let me know if you will use any of these dishes on your menu. Thanks for your time in reading this email! Dorothy
  5. anonymous
    8/3/2011 4:25:42 PM
    Best joint on my Triple D tour so far. Love the housemade hot sauce...
  6. anonymous
    7/28/2011 9:53:21 PM
    This is so over rated ... food way to expensive and really was not good.  The plantans were nothing special and the five fried camerones (prawns) were not worth $16!!  They tried to fill the plate with a lot of lettuce and rice but really little food. 
  7. anonymous
    7/5/2011 12:43:26 PM
    Visited on July 4, 2011, and it was hoppin' at 7pm. The line moved very quickly, and the staff was super friendly and knowledgable about the menu. Our cashier helped us choose a great selection of items to share, and even came to check up on us a couple of times while we were eating to make sure we were happy. The food came quickly, and was hot and fresh, and, delicious! I've eaten a lot of Puerto Rican home cooking, and this was up there among the best I've had. The Camerones Criollas were our favorite dish, but the chicken was also great. The sweet plantains were perfectly cooked and ripe, the habicuelas (pink beans) and rice was delicious, especially with some of their hot sauce. The sandwiches looked great, and I'll try them next time. Service was excellent, all around. If I have a complaint, it is that the food was a bit more expensive that it should have been. But, you have to admire the management - they have a uniquely great product and they're extracting what they can. If everything is always as perfect as it was on my visit - great food, speedy delivery, and terrific service, then the price is justified. If any of that had been below great, I'd ding them on the price for sure. My wife and I were eating, saying yum a lot, and wishing out loud that this place was closer to home. Whenever we roll past San Rafael, we're going to try to hit Sol Food. 
  8. anonymous
    4/26/2009 1:12:57 AM
    Sol Food in san Rafael is Marin county classic. It became that way literally over night. People flocking in until 2 am friday and saturday nights just to get a bistec sandwich!!!!

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