|Coffee served to tourists out of a cable car. Several outdoor (only) tables with parasols at the Powell St. Muni pit. Plain but, for a tourist trap, relatively inexpensive sandwiches and salads. Like many places that claim to have the best coffee in SF, they have no clue as to who roasts their beans. Brass peacock-capped Pasquini produces a white, bare crema that quickly dissolves. Clove-like flavor includes some smoke, tobacco, and drip-coffee-like pepper. A little grit in the styrofoam cup, but its surprisingly not as bad as my very low expectations projected.