For how amazing this place is and for being Michelin star-endowed, $75 for a 7-8 course prix fixe meal is a steal. I wouldn't be surprised if this restaurants ended up on Restaurant Magazine's annual list of top 50 restaurants in the world. In fact, I'm surprised that they're not on there already.
definitely a cocktail or bubbles option for the view if the weather cooperates. beware of the Veal and Lobster Sandwich if you are on a budget. It is too delicious to pass up but it will leave a dent in your wallet...$42. Yes...I said veal and lobster and bread.
When we went here, we arrived 30 minutes prior to opening and there was quite a long line; I think we waited almost 45 minutes. If you're into baked goods and pastries, it's worth the wait. I liked their banana cream pie but it's big!
This restaurant needs to be on everyone’s go-to list. Advice for anyone headed to Benu: order the tasting menu you can avoid the decision making pressure. Oh, and make your reservation well in advance.
Incanto is one of my favorite places to eat in the country, not just in SF. Chris and Mark run a tight ship, and even if you don’t like snout to tail eating, this restaurant never fails to thrill. Pine broth with matsutake and shaved abalone are my favorites.
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