While finishing our first visit to the Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market, we walked by several food stands and a couple grabbed our attention. One was RoliRoti Gormet Rotisserie; however, the line was 50 yards long so there was not a chance in hell I was waiting. We walked a little further and noticed Primavera Mexican. The food coming out was vibrant, but the line was only slightly shorter than RoliRoti. My girlfriend convinced me to wait and thank god we did.
Refreshing, but I still prefer the unsweetened version at Nordstrom Cafe.
The soul of this dish was the creamy corn, which was perfectly complemented with light cherry tomatoes and fresh tortillas. We also enjoyed their house salsa with hearty slivers of roasted tomatoes.
This experience made us question the Mexican food back home for a moment. I thought LA was supposed to be the American capital for Mexican food. We'll have to try another spot on our next trip to San Francisco.