A harmony of white, light grey, and wood. As soon as you get through the door, you will notice that this restaurant has a Scandinavian air to it. Carrie and Rupert Blease are, however, full-blooded Americans.
After having trained with different European chefs, particularly in England, and then in New York, they opened this San Francisco restaurant. Everything is homemade, including the bread, the butter, and even the herbal teas. If you must choose between lunch and dinner, go for dinner, as this will give you time to really enjoy their cuisine.
It resembles San Francisco, between sea and land, and is imbued with European influences. The menu is small, but go straight to the well-conceived tasting menu. Poached oysters with parsley and cream are a real treat. The scallops with coco beans and lemon confit are delicate and scrumptious, and the Wagyu beef with roasted beets and horseradish is glorious. Want some more?
2065 Polk Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
+1 415 872 5512
Menu: around 31 USD