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Read Mandy Erickson''s full Mandaloun dining review "Mix-and-Match Mediterranean", special to the San Francisco Chronicle:
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Restaurant Review:

"With small plates, medium plates, pasta, pizza and entrees, Mandaloun also covers every appetite. A choice of three small plates for $15 is plenty for lunch or dinner. One of the best is the salt cod and fries ($6 a la carte), which arrives in a paper cone, the pinkie-size pieces of fish tossed in with the fries. Dipping sauces of caramelized onion-flavored oil, red pepper mayonnaise and shallot-infused vinegar all add delicious dimensions...

...All these small, medium and pasta or pizza plates can be mixed and matched for a great shared meal, but the entrees I tried at Mandaloun were standouts. The rabbit ($22) entree is something of a composed salad, with lemon-marinated roasted leg, fingerling potatoes, lightly grilled chanterelles, mini artichokes and turnips, al dente peas, tapenade and a little cube of braised pork belly. The contrasts of sweet meat and sour lemon, al dente vegetables and soft potatoes, pungent tapenade and fatty pork play off one another beautifully..."

--Exerpt from Mandy Erickson, for the SF Chronicle