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Klein's Deli and Coffee Bar
Terminal 1, Boarding Area B, San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, CA 94128
This is my go-to lunch place whenever I fly out of SFO Terminal 1.

1. The Mission, 9
Roast turkey, pepper jack, avocado, red onion, lettuce, tomato, Klein's special sauce on ciabatta
~Really good. Simple sandwich, but quality ingredients.

2. The Potrero Hill, 9
Chicken salad with mango chutney, almonds, raisins, curry, lettuce, tomato, mayo on whole wheat
~Pretty good. The curry chicken salad is interesting, but the combination with the other ingredients was pretty good.

Service is reasonably fast, despite the long lines sometimes.
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Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company
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  • McKinsey & Company
    Business Analyst, 2013 - present
  • Abbott Laboratories
    Operation Excellence Support Engineer, 2012 - 2012
  • Abbott Laboratories
    Regulatory Affairs Associate, 2011 - 2012
  • Abbott Diagnostics
    Operations and Shipping Supervisor, 2011 - 2011
  • Abbott Nutrition
    Project Engineer, 2010 - 2010
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Researcher, 2007 - 2010
  • Abbott Vascular
    Engineering Intern, 2009 - 2009
  • Abbott Diabetes Care
    Joint Department Quality Intern, 2008 - 2008
  • University of California, San Francisco Medical Center at Mt. Zion
    Intern, 2007 - 2007
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Stanford and Berkeley engineering graduate. Foodie. Yelper. Rock concert aficionado.
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Stanford University and UC Berkeley engineering graduate with 3.5 years of combined operations experience in pharmaceutical, medical device, and nutrition industries. Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Project Management Professional (PMP).
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    Management Science and Engineering, 2012 - 2013
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Bioengineering, 2006 - 2010
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Food: 4 Decor: 3 Service: 5 Came here with the family for dinner. 1. Banchan ~Pretty good. Didn't really care for the broccoli, but I liked the cucumber and radish. Would have been nice if they offered potato. 2. Galbi ~Pretty good. 3. Bulgogi ~Pretty good. Very generous portions, and I could only eat about half. 4. Cookies and cream ice cream ~Pretty good. Complimentary, and a nice palate cleanser. Service was great. The owner was kind enough to give us some homemade kimchi to take home.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Food: 4 Decor: 4 Service: 4 Been here twice for dine about town. First time was excellent, and the second time was okay/pretty good. I don't remember the first menu that well, but overall it was probably the best out of all the ones I went to (Roka Akor, Dosa, Spruce, and a couple others). June 2014 menu, 37: 1. Green Spring Vegetables & Handmade Ricotta Pickled Cauliflower, Lemon Meringue ~Pretty good. Everything was cooked perfectly, and the blossoms were an interesting addition. 2. Breast of Chicken, Slowly Roasted with Herbs & Butter, Chicken Sausage, Baby Artichokes, Fresh & Dried Beans, Slow Cooked Egg ~Pretty good. Chicken prepared three ways. Cooked perfectly. 3. Vanilla Bean Vacherin Strawberry, Pistachio ~Pretty good. Borderline too sweet for me, but the pistaciho and strawberry was an interesting combination. 4. Wine pairing ~Pretty good. Service was pretty good, although there was a piece of cork in my first pour. Water and bread service were also slow at the beginning. This past DAT menu was a bit boring compared to the one prior, so I'm really hoping on a more exciting one next time around.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Food: 2 Decor: 3 Service: 3 Came here for lunch on a Sunday after showing up twice prior to get dinner (turned away due to full waitlist both times). Be prepared to easily wait 1-2+ hours otherwise. 1. Maine Lobster Roll hot with butter 25 ~Disappointing. Lobster wasn't cleaned properly (had some shell), and the roll was rather lukewarm. Fries were mediocre. Service was okay.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Food: 2 Decor: 2 Service: 3 Came here to grab some food to go on a Monday. 1. Emergency Room * $9.60 2 Eggs Any Style, 2 Pancakes (3 pc) Bacon or Sausage, Home Fries or Grits, and Toast (Substitute Ham, Beef Sausage, Turkey Sausage, Hot Sausage or Linguica 1.25 Extra) ~Disappointing. Home fries turned out more like potatoes, and the pancakes were mediocre. 2. OJ ~Disappointing. It was just regular bottled OJ from the fridge. Service was okay, although it could have been friendlier.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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Food: 4 Decor: 4 Service: 4 Came here Friday night for dinner around 8:30pm after making a reservation 15 min prior (they've been full the past two times I've tried booking a reservation, so I guess I got lucky). 1. tennen sawara SPANISH MACKEREL [KAGOSHIMA PREFECTURE] 12 ~Pretty good. Usually not a huge fan of mackerel, but this was actually quite tasty. 2. nigiri tasting - 6pc 23 ~Pretty good. Fish was fresh, although I didn't taste any wasabi. Service was good, although they didn't bring out ginger and wasabi until I had eaten three pieces.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Food: 4 Decor: n/a Service: 2 Came here to grab some Sunday brunch to go before heading out. 1. GRANOLA AND GREEK YOGURT PARFAIT with Fresh Fruit and Honey ~Pretty good. Generous portion of yogurt. 2. FRESH BERRY BOWL ~Pretty good. Berries were relatively fresh. Service was disappointing. Order took a while, and then I waited nearly just as long for my check.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Food: 4 Decor: 4 Service: 3 Came here for dinner on a Friday night. 1. antebellum cornbread, sorghum butter 4 (half portion) ~Delicious. Easily the best cornbread I've ever had. Jesus, this was amazing. Get the full portion if you have more than 2 people. 2. boiled virginia peanuts, maine sea salt ~Okay. A bit oversalted, and the peanuts could have had more flavor. 3. Mystery app ~Okay. Don't remember the name of the dish, but it had beans, collard greens, and chicharrones. 4. cast iron smoked chicken lancaster co., pennsylvania beans, mushrooms, collard greens 26 ~Pretty good. Chicken was cooked perfectly with a crispy skin, and the beans and collard greens worked surprisingly well together. 5. *bavette steak painted hills co-op; fossil, oregon asparagus, farro, blue cheese, grilled vidalias, watercress, kentucky worcestershire 27 ~Okay. Steak was cooked nicely and had a distinct southern twang to it. Service was pretty good, although I had to almost flag down our server for our check. Will definitely have to return for the cornbread and beef tongue.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago