While broccoli's impeccable tree imitation instantly impresses admirers, the split pea wins hearts by hiding and slowly unclothing its inner edibles. Today's Groupon gets you $10 worth of Split Pea Seduction's fresh lunchtime takeout for $5. The daily changing selection of hot soups, crisp salads, flaky crostatas, and properly fastened sandwiches on Split Pea's menu invite appetites to a garden bounty.
Split Pea's chefs choose the freshest produce from small farms every day to create eclectic plates such as chicken and rice with avocado soup (12 oz. for $4.75). Try a roasted cauliflower crostata (an open-faced sweet or savory pastry baked golden-brown) with shaved fennel and parmesan ($6.99). Salads such as a baby spinach bowl (with roasted yams, peanuts, and fresh mozzarella in a rice-wine vinaigrette, $5.99 for a small) or mixed greens with blood oranges, roasted almonds, and blue cheese in a tarragon and fennel vinaigrette ($5.99 for a small) satisfy any fresh-leaf craving and some forms of coryza. Split Pea's sandwich creations include roasted natural chicken with red slaw, aioli, and pickled cukes on a house bun ($5.99). Plus, everything can be custom combined; get a 12-ounce soup and half a crostata for $8.50 or sandwich and 16-ounce soup for $11.50.
Sign up for daily Split Pea emails and wait for the menu that suits your fancy or fancy automobile. Pre-orders at Split Pea are accepted and encouraged, so call ahead and swing by to pick up your takeout. Or eat at Split Pea's small lunch counter, with artsy photos on the walls and a glass case displaying the day's delicious treats. Tell your belly to keep its eyes peeled and its peas shucked.
The SF Weekly says:
- Split Pea Seduction offers all kinds of combinations (whole crostatas or halves with soup or salad), nicely packed to go, or you can consume them on the spot...Atop the glass-fronted case displaying the long crostatas are jars full of such just-baked treats as blueberry scones, small buttermilk cakes topped with whipped cream and chopped plums, and cookies, including, perhaps, a fragrant anise butter cookie, a dense chocolate chew, or an old-fashioned coconut thumbprint filled with housemade jam. – Meredith Brody
- ..this oasis of delicious hope and promise serves up hot oven baked crostatas, nutritious soups, fresh lettuce salads, and yummy cookies from a daily revolving menu...Delicious, nutritious, and satisfying, I recommend stoppong [sic] in for a high quality meal or snack. – Richard Clingerman, Urbanspoon
- It's a great new green (super green as in local, organic, seasonal) lunch spot...I will be back to try everything. – Netty L., Sustain Lane
- The crostata was INSANE - buttery, gooey, so savory and delicious. The salad was super fresh and crunchy and the flavors really complimented each other. It was the most satisfying lunch I've had in a loooong time if not ever. – March S., Yelp
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