We stumbled across this place by chance. Looking for a late Italian lunch in North Beach (the Little Italy of SF), we found most places closed between 3 & 5 PM. So we were happy to find NBP open, if empty! The place looks the part, but is actually Greek owned, and staffed by Chinese - very cosmopolitan, but this is San Francisco! Regardless, the kitchen staff seemed authentic (you can view the kitchens from the restaurant) and the food was good and reasonably priced: a calamari starter, chunky minestrone soup, garlic bread, garden salad, tortellini carbonara, lasagne (a bit dry this - lots of pasta & cheese, but not enough meat sauce), topped off with a middle-range bottle of Chianti came to $62. The usual US-sized generous portions, too. The place was filling as we left at 5 PM.
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