Top Ten Restaurants in San Francisco
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This trendy Marina destination gives you a taste of something you won’t find at any old Benihana. Known as a izakaya, Chotto is praised for serving Japanese pub fare in a stylish and calming setting. Chef Armando Justo uses a refined and simple cooking style to create fresh and seasonal dishes such as a raw bar, fried, and charcoal-grilled specialties. Whether stopping in for a taste of the flavorful fare or to sip on Chotto’s impressive selection of Japanese beers, sochu, and sakes, you’re sure to be impressed.
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A historic landmark of its Mountain View hometown, Chez TJ has been drawing crowds for the past 30 years with its elegant French-inspired Californian fare. With a number of accolades under its belt, including Michelin stars in both 2008 and 2009, Chez TJ boasts a refined setting and an attentive waitstaff, and presents elegant dishes marked by their originality and beauty. Whether marking a special occasion or just in search of an elegant meal, Chez TJ is an ideal dining destination.
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Michelin Guide recommended and a winner of 2011’s OpenTable Diners’ Choice Award, 231 Ellsworth is consistently praised for its elegant Californian fare and upscale surroundings. Its world-class wine list, decadent fare, and a first-class waitstaff has placed this Silicon Valley destination among the top Northern California dining destinations and leaves locals and critics alike singing its praises.
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