The Secret to Ayesha Curry’s International Smoke

Here's the secret on how to get into the popular restaurant International Smoke, a partnership between Ayesha Curry and Michael Mina.

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Mad Maven Media
This dynamic duo has been collaborating on the International Smoke concept for a few years, first at the Michael Mina Test Kitchen in San Francisco and now at their permanent location at 301 Mission Street. Their flavor is apparent on the world-wise menu.
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Tamara Palmer
A charcoal grill gives everything a distinctive and memorable flavor that's especially suited to oysters, crab legs and shrimp.
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James Carriere
Sinaloa chicken with charred avocado, sweet potatoes, onions and achiote peppers is inspired by Northwestern Mexico.
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James Carriere
There are many ways to have pork at International Smoke, as in this petite slider trio.
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Tamara Palmer
Smoked pork ribs is the most popular porcine preparation here, and you also have three choices: American style, Korean Gochujang or Mexican Adovada (both red chile based).
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Tamara Palmer
Luscious pork chops are prepared in a Vietnamese style with lemongrass sausage stuffed clams and glass noodles.
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A highlight of the lavish side dishes at International Smoke is the giant baked potato loaded with carne asada, crema and Oaxacan cheese.
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James Carriere
A buzzy fish dish stuffed with rice and served with naan bread and cooling cucumber raita is one of the standouts of the entrees.
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