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Located in Le Méridien, Bar 333 & Bistro offers a completely unique dining experience. The sophisticated yet casual ambiance makes the restaurant a perfect place to socialize. Be it corporate dinners or a social get-together, the restaurant with its beautiful décor and amazing food is sure to bring you back. Complementing the food are the variety of drinks available at the bar.
Crystal Jade Jiang Nan boasts multiple branches in Asian countries as well as America, and its flagship restaurant has bagged international awards. This location brings the same award-winning culinary experience to San Francisco in a stylish and contemporary building. The entire restaurant comprises of a main dining room, three private rooms, a lounge and a magnificent terrace, which affords views of the San Francisco Ferry Building with its prominent clock tower. The dishes such as Peking Duck and Sesame Filled Mochi Balls offer an authentic experience of Cantonese cooking and there are also separate menus for cocktails and dim sum, featuring dishes like Fried Taro Dumpling. The spacious terrace is ideal for romantic meals, especially if you desire semi-private seating and jaw-dropping views.
Large and modern, this is an impressive and popular eatery. Expect to wait at the bar for a table. However, waiting is quite pleasant as the excellent cocktails will keep you well occupied. Once seated, your patience is rewarded with fresh bread and an unusually seasoned but delicious cup of tomato bisque. Start with an assortment of house-cured charcuterie, then go on to bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin or pan-roasted wild sturgeon. Portions are generous but save room - the butterscotch pudding is wonderful and the house-made ice cream is heaven in a dish.
This Micheal Mina restaurant is located in the Millennium Towers, and the decor matches the ritzy address. Happy hour is a big hit, with less expensive cocktails, beers and appetizers. You can come for lunch or dinner, or you can opt instead for the wine bar which has a small plates menu, or the similar late-night dining menu. The prices are rather high, but there is a 3,000-bottle wine list, with a large selection of wines that range from cheap to extravagant. Great for a special night out on the town.
Belden Taverna is a moderately sized restaurant that serves more of a contemporary American and Italian cuisine. The heavy wooden tables and the heat lamps render a rather obscure look to this place. But the decor doesn't have much influence on the palate of the people, for it is mostly found bustling with people, along with their plates. Though the dishes are slightly over-priced, the button mushrooms served here are succulent, fresh and delicious. The lobster and shrimp pasta, filled with shreds of seafood is yet another rich preparation here.
Seven Fifty Restaurant and Lounge, well placed within the Hilton San Francisco Financial District serves delicious Californian cuisine. With hues of red, black and yellow the decor and interiors are well complemented with the subtle lighting and sets a perfect ambiance for a delightful evening. Satiate your hunger from the innovative menu or just laze around in the lounge with cocktail to treat your taste buds and TV to satisfy the sportsman within you. You will have one-of-a-kind experience here.
Located in a historic printing house, Salt House has an American menu with a tantalizing twist and hearty portions. Dishes like Salt Cod Branade and Pot Pie with Duck Confit are complemented by an intriguing list of appetizers such as freshly marinated olives and house pickled vegetables. Created by the same team behind the popular Town Hall Restaurant, the loft-like space and painted brick walls befit Salt House's SoMa location and features a communal table that adds to the charm of this much talked about restaurant.
With a simple prix fixe menu consisting of only two options in each course, Trestle is quite an extraordinary fine dining restaurant. The staff are extremely well versed with the dishes and considering the menu changes constantly, requesting them for recommendations is advisable. Don’t forget to ask for some of their complimentary Firebrand Bread that is served with olive oil and butter. Delightfully tasteful, you might even consider skipping the main course altogether. The simplicity and elegance of this restaurant coupled with its delectable meals at prices that won’t break the bank will make it your favorite place for pampering yourself or celebrating a special occasion.