Some family members were staying in the hotel where this restaurant is located and since we were meeting for breakfast and since there were 2 small children involved, I suggested we meet them for breakfast in the hotel restaurant. We had been at the chef's event the previous evening and one of the few good samples of food came from this restaurant. However, the breakfast was more than disappointing. We ordered orange juice and coffee before the menu appeared. The menu choices were very limited and very traditional. Each item was over priced, for basic fare such as bacon and eggs. When the bill for 4 people and 2 children arrived (we only ordered 5 meals), it was $145.00 REALLY?? Upon further inspection we noted that the orange juice while good was over $5.00 and the coffee which was awful was over $4.00
We are fully aware that San Francisco is not inexpensive but the following day, we ate at the slanted door for lunch and it was under $50.
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