Lee's Deli is practically an institution in downtown San Francisco for the suits or business-casuals that make up most of their midday clientele. Go for a nice selection of salad bar goods at a decent price and cheap sandwiches to boot. At my most recent job, I found the mother of all Lee's Delis located at 170 Spear Street. It doesn't really matter what you're in the mood for because Lee's has it: Dim Sum, Pizza, Sandwiches, Breakfast Bar and a huge never-too-crowded cold and hot Chinese salad bar. We're talking sushi and Chow Fun, Beef Broccoli and Mixed Veggies, beets and Chicken Curry. Lee's offers a trans-fat-free experience (and condiments), all at the amazing price of $5.75 a pound. Today I walked away with a GIANT spinach salad with avodaco, chickpeas, beets and broccoli, plus 1 inari, dried sauteed string beans, spicy tofu, and some mixed veggies to boot, all for $6. Now that's the kind of lunch that keeps you full till dinner-time. I've truthfully found that the food quality is decent to good. What can I say, I go back for more.