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Contigo
Catalonian Restaurant$$$
Today 5:30 – 10:00 pm
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1320 Castro St San Francisco, CA 94114
1320 Castro StUSCASan Francisco94114
(415) 285-0250contigosf.com
$$$Catalonian Restaurant, European RestaurantToday 5:30 – 10:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSunday 5:30 – 9:30 pm
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Some of the Catalan-style tapas served at this vibrant spot use herbs plucked from its garden patio.- Google
People talk about small plates, tasting menu, jamon iberico de bellota, catalan cuisine and hot chocolate
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Em C
reviewed 2 months ago
Food was great! However, it was super expensive, albeit, this place IS in Noe Valley, so you're mostly paying for ambiance and location. I can easily name a few tapas places where I pay the same price, for the same quality, but more in quantity. If you ARE here though, try the hamburguesas. So good. It's at $5 a pop though for a slider-sized burger, but it IS really good.
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Don V
reviewed 5 months ago
Eaten here twice for dinner. The first time was very good, had lots of the meat and cured pork plates. The second time was ok, I had the halibut and patatas bravas. I would recommend the patatas, the sangria and any of the pork dishes. Also try Tuesdays, they have paella night, includes paella and 4 dishes for $32.
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Sara Randazzo
reviewed 7 months ago
Incredible restaurant, amazing ambiance in the quiet neighborhood of noe valley. Step into Spain for dinner and taste the jamon ibirico at one of the only places in the city to find. While it might deter the timid, the sardine/avocado crustini are devine. Make a reservation and enjoy!
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Ryan Patterson
reviewed 2 months ago
Good Place to try a variety of things, The menu is set up Tapas style so we tried a little bit of everything, the favorites included, Fried Goat Cheese Salad, Oxtail Slider, Sardine and Avocado and the Flatbread. Food was good, Service was good too. The place gets a little crowded and loud but overall a good place to go for Tapas in Noe Valley.
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nneto nneto
reviewed 6 months ago
Great service, delicious food, and really nice interior. We ordered some tapas, little gem salad, coca (flat bread, smoked bacon, manchego, mushroom), and local xipirons (squid). Wine was great and the portion was perfect. Honey pinenut tarta was the sweetest ending :)
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Anton Shuster
reviewed 8 months ago
Best restaurant in Noe Valley. All the food was delicious, and they also have great homemade sodas. Favorites: chickpeas and spinach, toast with ham. The xurros con xocolate come with a drinkable melted chocolate, yum! Service was prompt and the decor is warm wood tones, very inviting. They have an outdoor patio. The check came with a postcard and little piggie paper clips!