The chef's tasting course was a pleasant experience. Each course was masterfully plated and a work of art. The restaurant is well decorated, and tight but not crowded. Service was as expected at this caliber dining. Two days removed from this meal, I'm not giving it 5 stars on all categories because there wasn't anything that stood out as particularly excellent. The most memorable part of the meal was how artistically the food was plated, not necessarily how outstanding it tasted-although everything we had was good. For close to $400 for two diners, wine, and tip, maybe it wasn't the best value for the dollar, but it was a nice meal which I do not regret although it was almost certainly my only visit. In full fairness, we arrived a little jaded from a less satisfying experience on the previous night but La Folie shined in spite of this and left us with a nice final meal of our San Fran vacation.
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