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We had dinner on a Thursday night - after any performances had started to the restaurant was only about half full.
We had a great meal - in summary good, fresh, relatively simple food cooked well. The salads were nice and fresh and well made...More
I might say this place is hust perfect for business lunch.
Not plain, not rich. Nice service and good honest food. The fish was good and a big portion. I had to ask to wrap the rest. Apparently they have one of the best burger...More
My 'go to" place for many years......first visit in a long time. Meal not up to standard and majorly lacking in presentation....fish, sliced mushrooms, fingerling potatoes all piled together with nondescript sauce...a big plate of tan mess!
Not worth the price.
The staff, however, remain...More
I was last here years ago; took an out of town friend. Overall: meh. Dry, unimaginative fish. Fritto mixto soggy, kinda greasy, warm, not hot. Couldn't even get excited about dessert. Even the interior, while clean, feels a little tired. Friendly staff.
Was here years ago and have fond memories. But disappointed this time:
1. My Swordfish was overcooked (even though the waiter assumed me it would be medium rare).
2. The portion size was very small and it was cut too thin.
3. No Pinot Noir...More
This is the best seafood restaurant in San Francisco. Not the place if you are looking for a very trendy restaurant, with tiny portions and appetizers and entrees that look like they are gift wrapped art objects from a Paris boutique. This restaurant serves real...More
I ate at the Hayes Street Grill before attending a performance of Siegfried. The grilled sea bass with french fries accompanied by the sauvignon blanc was exactly what was needed in advance of 5 hours of Wagner.
We had booked an early seating prior to the opera so we were in first seating. I ordered the Alaskan Halibut with butter sauce and my friend ordered the soft shell crab special. He had never tried them before. My fish arrived barely lukewarm and...More