Category: reviews

Benjarong Thai Cuisine: Reviews

Alexis: “Their pumpkin curry is hands-down my favorite Thai dish that I have found in the Bay Area.”
Diane: “San Francisco has so many good neighborhood Thai restaurants, it’s difficult to imagine facing the lack of parking on Lombard to venture out to Benjarong.”
Rolando: “My date decided to order the pineapple fried rice that was served in a hollowed-out pineapple complete with petite Asian parasols and roses made from hand-carved radishes. It looked like a parade float driving down Market Street during the gay pride parade!”

La Ciccia: Reviews

David: “The feeling of Sardinia comes through in every meal at La Ciccia.”
Amy: “The linguine noodles were housemade and cooked to absolute perfection.”
Irene: “Overall the focus seemed to be on letting fresh ingredients shine without overworking them.”

Sushi Groove: Reviews

Amy: “The fish portions were generous and extremely fresh. To DIE for.”
David:“The rolls were well prepared and creative. They definitely won’t pass for ‘traditional,’ however for fusion-style sushi, they work very well.”
Irene:“I would go back just for the Veggie Dragon with its avocado, perfectly cooked eggplant, asparagus tempura, and sweet sauce.”

Babalou’s: Reviews

Irene: “I recommend Babalou’s to anyone who craves savory, fresh food on a budget.”
Amy:“The falafel was light and crispy and had hint of sesame seeds and spice, unlike so many I’ve had that should be used for paper weights. ”
David: “The lamb shawerma was incredibly good. It tasted of very complex spices, and the spicy sauce accompanying it was delicious.”

Incontro Ristorante: Reviews [CLOSED]

Stacy: “Incontro is a little Italian gem in the not-so-picturesque heart of the San Ramon Valley.”
Terrence: “The best thing at Incontro was their fresh, hand-made bread — simply amazing!”
Tom: “One thing that remained consistent throughout our visit to Incontro was the charm and attentiveness of the waitstaff.”

Auntie April’s Chicken, Waffles & Soul Food: Reviews

Tom: “If you’re the kind of person interested in heading to a new neighborhood to check out a community-serving, butter-drenched restaurant with a lot of soul, head on down to Auntie April’s.”
Stacy: “Our chicken and waffle combos were delicious. The chicken was hot and crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside. The waffles — wow.”
Terrence: “Auntie April’s special hot sauce was one of my favorite parts.”

Butterfly Restaurant: Reviews

Terrence: “Butterfly’s origins in the ‘California-Asian fusion’ movement are pulled off better than any restaurant I’ve been to.”
Tom: “For $21, my guest and I got to choose between three tantalizing options for a first course, entrée, and dessert. Yes!”
Stacy: “Overall, our experience was excellent and not only would we go back, we would also take our discriminating foodie friends here.”

Chez Spencer: Reviews

Susan: “Chez Spencer is a hidden, romantic oasis in the Mission, a secret one should definitely share & experience with a loved one.”
Eric: “An elegant, unfussy, upscale French brasserie featuring simple, perfect ingredients, expertly prepared and served by a warm and caring staff in a lovely space that felt like an oasis of tranquility.”
Ali: “I will definitely keep Chez Spencer on my shortlist of places to go on date night!”

Page 17 of 40« First...10...1516171819...3040...Last »