Top Ten Restaurants in San Francisco - Page 3
Velvet Room at the Clift
Set in the extravagant Clift Hotel, this downtown oasis offers a straightforward menu of mouthwatering Californian specialties. Boasting an elegant interior, complete with velvet curtains and mahogany walls, the Velvet Room partners with local farmers to ensure the freshest and most sustainable ingredients. Along with its well-liked menu, Velvet Room has been praised to be an ideal destination for relaxing with friends and enjoying selections from their creative cocktail menu.
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After a successful run at critically acclaimed Koh Samui and the Monkey, Aom Phanthong moved on to channel her talents on another venture. Enter Another Monkey, a fashionable Mission spot offering contemporary Thai cuisine in a chic and high-energy atmosphere. Here you’ll find a selection of small plates to share, wok specialties, curries, noodles, and more. Paired with a creative cocktail list that can be enjoyed in the beautifully decorated lounge, Another Monkey is a San Francisco dining adventure not to be missed.
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Recognized for having brought a new elegance to the Japantown’s dining scene, Bushi-Tei serves French-Japanese fusion cuisine. Helmed by Sous Chef Nicole Lou, Bushi-Tei’s kitchen turns out innovative dishes that reflect the cooking foundations and flavors of France and Japan, with the use of California’s freshest bounty. The modern design is reminiscent of a 19th century Japanese Nagano house, and the noteworthy wine list is curated by owner Tak Matsubi’s work with the flavorful fare to create an entirely new and unique dining experience in San Francisco.
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