This restaurant is a standout among the many fine places that define the San Francisco dining scene. It's delight to walk down the alley gangway bordered by a small flower shop and gallery before entering.
We were seated outside which is cozy and romantic amongst the twinkling lights.
The service was attentive and the sommelier an expert guide through the extensive wine list.
In our party we had the Halibut, Picci Bolognese, Game hen and Wagya Steak which is pretty indicative of the choices on the menu. All were very ,very good. The standout deserts are not to be missed with a shoutout to the Chocolate Oblivion Cake ( very dense!) and the Seven Layer Ice Cream Cake.
Since there are so many quality restaurants in SF it's always a delight to discover a gem you can call your own from the very first time.
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