1737 Post St #337, San Francisco, CA 94115
$$$$ Top 10 Recommended New Editor's Pick Private Room
In Japan, Omakase (お任せ) “entrust the chef” is a popular style of dining, where the guests entrust the chef with the meal selection. As this is a great honor, the chef in turn vows to use the freshest ingredients, masterful techniques and bursts of innovation, to create a truly memorable dining experience. Oma San Francisco Station is proud to present this simple, yet elegant way of dining to all of our guests.
1650 Soscol Avenue, Napa, CA 94559
$$ Editor's Pick
"Budo”, the Japanese word for grape, hints at the emphasis the restaurant will have on fine wine and the location in the heart of wine country. The restaurant embodies the wine country lifestyle with its indoor-outdoor dining experience. The restaurant is centered around a courtyard and incorporates the vineyard feel of warm earth tones and organic greens, highlighted with natural woods which all create a casually elegant atmosphere.
1230 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133
“Truly delicious”, guests rant and rave about their time at The House on Grant Ave, serving a entrees that are fused by two popular cuisine. Open for lunch and dinner, The House offers mouth watering entrees that mix Asian and American ingredients to create amazing dishes like Warm Wasabi House Noodles with Angus Flatiron Steak and Grilled Ahi Tuna with Spicy Mustard Aioli. The House’s uncommon approach on making creative dishes is a strong reason why people keep coming back.
22 Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
A relaxing blend of neutral colors adorns the interior of Benu, a classy restaurant located in the SOMA neighborhood of San Francisco. An extensive wine list is hand selected, and provides an ideal complement to the different menus available. Although both menus are subject to change with the availability of fresh ingredients, the Tasting Menu features unique dishes such as Thousand-Year-Old Quail Egg and “Shark’s Fin” Soup. The A La Carte dinner menu offers diners the option of building their own meal, with entrée categories such as Fish and Shellfish and Pasta and Rice. Carnivores and vegetarians alike can find ...
6480 Washington Street, Yountville, CA 94599
Elegant, modern décor and ethnically inspired cuisine combine to create Redd of Napa Valley. The interior of this contemporary restaurant consists of a large dining room as well as one that is a bit more intimate. An outdoor patio allows guests to appreciate the seasons near some of Napa’s most picturesque vineyards. Some of the signature lunch and dinner dishes are Japanese inspired, such as the Sashimi of Hamachi on Sticky Rice, while others are more of a traditional American dish such as the Glazed Pork Belly. The brunch menu is equally diverse, with dishes such as the Huevos Rancheros ...
694 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Luna Park is a hip and lively place for visitors and San Franciscans to dine. Its cuisine is mostly French- and Italian-based with American and Asian influences. Their signature dishes include a Warm Goat Cheese Fondue, Hawaiian Tuna "Poke" with wonton chips, and Make Your Own S'mores for dessert. This restaurant turns into a fun-filled bar scene as the night goes on, which is perfect for singles to mingle. Luna Park is also suitable for a date with its intimate and dimly lit atmosphere and lush velvet curtains and chandeliers.
2101 Milvia Street, Berkeley, CA 94704
$$ Recommended New
Established in 2008, Gecko Gecko Thai Eatery is the original Thai fusion restaurant in the East Bay, offering authentic Thai cuisine along with innovative fusion dishes "with a twist." Located in the iconic Berkeley Arts District, Gecko Gecko is ideally located for a splendid meal before a show at nearby Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Aurora Theatre, Freight & Salvage Coffee House, or the numerous local movie theatres located close by. A unique wine list perfectly compliments the dishes here, or enjoy an ice cold beer with your spicy meal!
222 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA 94104
Follow the famed explorer, Marco Polo, as he partakes on his epic adventure, and taste your way through the Pacific Rim with Silk’s uniquely inspired menu. The dining space is dressed in rich tones of cinnamon, nutmeg, and persimmon, and celebrates one of Polo’s greatest discoveries: silk. West Coast elements flirt with iconic Pacific Rim flavors to tantalize patrons’ taste buds, and lure them back in time to a smooth find.
575 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
High ceilings and flawless table settings help make Roy’s Restaurant of the SOMA district one of the top places to enjoy Hawaiian fusion cuisine in a simple, yet elegant setting. The menu consists of items that have become Roy’s signature dishes around the world; in addition, this particular Roy’s has its own local menu featuring dishes unique to the location. Diners that want to try a sampling of specialties can look to the Mixed Plates section that features options such as the Shellfish Sampler, the Surf and Turf, and the Roy’s Trio--a signature dish starring Hibachi Salmon, Macadamia Nut Mahi ...
3744 Mt Diablo Blvd., Suite 307, Lafayette, CA 94549
With unique dishes ranging from mini pumpkins filled with fall vegetables to passion fruit and lychee crème brulée, SpringLoaf Catering has already gained footing and exposure in San Francisco’s competitive culinary market. SpringLoaf Catering, operating since 2003, has been featured in prominent magazines such as Martha Stewart Weddings and San Francisco’s 7x7. With menu choices based on fresh, locally-sourced products, the company offers various ethnic food items such as Mediterranean, Latin, and Asian-inspired fare. The staff has a reputation for thoughtful, attentive service and SpringLoaf’s chefs customize each menu to fit their clients’ specific needs to make events special and ...
222 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Located on the second floor of the trendy Hotel Nikko, Anzu offers up a distinctive Euro-Japanese menu in an elegant and intimate atmosphere. Chef Barney Brown, a seasoned veteran of Asian cuisine, creates tasty and colorful sushi creations as well as a range of entrées from Miso Butter-Poached Lobster to Slow-Braised Boneless Beef Shortribs. Set in the heart of bustling downtown San Francisco, this fusion restaurant is a stylish retreat equally suited for a relaxed brunch with friends and family or a romantic evening with that special someone.
Pier 33 -The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94111
Located on Pier 33, Butterfly hosts a view of San Francisco Bay that simply can’t be beat. With spectacular floor-to-ceiling windows, an open kitchen where Owner/Chef Robert Lam concocts his creations, and a large and airy dining room, there is no lack of visual stimulation here. The trendy, modern décor is perhaps most complimented by the vibrant art-work that adorns the walls and ceilings, all of which have been amassed from local artists. The Cal-Asian cuisine is nothing to scoff at either. The flavorful dishes reflect Chef Lam’s culinary background as well as his Vietnamese heritage.
2030 Union Street, San Francisco, CA 94123
While pubs and their signature style of food are becoming more and more common in the United States, very few areas are lucky enough to have the Asian equivalent, or pejiu wu. San Francisco's Betelnut is one such restaurant, showcasing delicious, traditional Asian "street food" alongside a cold beer and great company. The street food at Betelnut is unlike most Asian cuisine diners have experienced, and is often infused with exotic, bold flavors and spicy seasonings. Groups of friends or family can enjoy a refreshing beverage while sharing delicious appetizers like Firecracker Shrimp, or enjoy a Chicken "Mee Goreng" bowl ...
2027 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA 94123-2701
Pacific Catch is the place to dine if you are in search for seafood. At Pacific Catch, they combine bold sauces and cooking preparations of Asia, Latin American, and Hawaii to create a style all their own. Mix that with local California ingredients and you have a brand new fish house that no one has ever attempted to create before. Start off your diner with one of the many appetizers Pacific Catch has to offer like their Thai Coconut Shrimp and Korean Sticky Ribs. Pacific Catch entrees have a wide variety of taco choices that utilizes San Francisco’s seafood and ...
1231 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Take a peek inside San Francisco’s historic Hotel Whitcomb and you will find a true gem: Florinda’s Market Street Grill. This restaurant serves modern cuisine that flows with the seasons. Each dish is prepared fresh with locally grown ingredients and completed with a Euro-Asian accent. The juxtaposition of this modern cuisine against the building’s history and class is part of what generates this restaurant’s yesteryear ambiance complete with Tiffany glass, vaulted ceilings, and wood paneling. Market Street Grill offers menus with variety, serving everything from breakfast, lunch, and dinner to dessert and wine. This restaurant also makes for a great ...
415 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA 94017
If the name itself isn't enough to lure one into the doors of Koh Samui and the Monkey, perhaps the promise of authentic Thai decor hand-picked by owner/operator Aom Foley will justify a look. Foley and her husband Chris have carefully crafted the inside to reflect the beauty of Thailand, where they first met while scuba diving in Koh Samui. Tongue-tickling selections on this menu include food inspired by Bangkok street vendors such as the fried sweet corn patties, or spicy curries prepared in unique ways, like the Pumpkin Curry Chicken in Red Curry sauce served in a pumpkin and ...
845 Market Street, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103
Sleek and sultry Straits restaurant and lounge gives the weary shopper a sexy little break from the hustle and bustle of the San Francisco shopping scene. East and West intertwine in Chef/Owner Chris Yeo's Singaporean fusion cuisine, inspired by Chinese, Indian, Malaysian, and Indonesian flavors, and featuring traditional fare such as Singapore Satay Sticks and savory spiced Roti Prata. For another flavorful option, mint and fragrant saffron cultivate a zesty Rack of Lamb that slides right off the bone, rolling onto the tongue in a culmination of satisfaction. Slow things down with a ginger-infused cocktail to finish the courses off.
452 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Burmese Kitchen is far from a complex experience and they make sure not to head in that direction. They offer guests Asian cuisine that utilizes simple yet satisfying ingredients to create a taste that is their own. Simple dishes like Chicken Curry and Masala Noodles grace their presents on their menu, which pinpoint a singular taste on the Asian cuisine palette to not complicate guests. Burmese Kitchen has a wide assortment of vegetarian-friendly dishes that allows both herbivores and carnivores live in harmony. Take a trip to Burmese Kitchen and experience their cuisine first hand.