Restaurants in San Francisco
San Francisco’s restaurant scene is always hot. The San Francisco restaurant scene dishes up cuisine every bit as varied as the city's culture and nightlife, and with fusion-food a favourite it will definitely tickle, and challenge, your tastebuds
San Francisco boasts more restaurants per capita than any other city in the country. Whether you live here or are just visiting, make sure you take the trip to some of the best restaurants in San Francisco.
For a city surrounded by water on three sides, one would think there would be an abundance of quality waterfront restaurants with a view in San Francisco
This elegant Michelin-starred spot in the Mission is a take on Mexican food unlike you've ever tasted. The hallmark of Californios is the multi-course tasting menu and the additional wine pairing. The menu is always changing, but you can expect lots of seafood, meat, and if you're lucky, foie gras ice cream. Reservations are hard to score but once you do, you're in for an intimate night (the restaurant has only 22 seats including a chef's counter) of truly haute Mexican food.
Seventeen years after opening its doors in San Francisco’s iconic Fisherman’s Wharf neighborhood, Restaurant Gary Danko continues to refine its award-winning combination of classic French cooking, thoughtful and inventive use of local ingredients, and personable yet impeccable service.
Nestled in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area is an urban, Indian-inspired restaurant and cocktail bar - ROOH. Food at ROOH is an exhibition of the potential that Indian cuisine can be elevated to, with the ultimate aim of evoking new flavors, emotions & ideas.