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La Ciccia
Italian Restaurant$$$
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291 30th St San Francisco, CA 94131
291 30th StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94131
$$$Italian Restaurant, Bar
Italian Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
Today Closed
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 Closed
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Tiny, rustic spot serving homemade spaghetti, octopus stew & other Sardinian eats plus myriad wines.- Google
"Other highlights include the Octopus Stew and the extensive wine list."
"My new favorite Italian restaurant."
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Angela Barron
4 months ago
Great food. These Italian places are getting better and better. I really love the pizzas in here, simple and very tasty. Love the olives in that one.
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Don LaFrance
9 months ago
Based on the massive line that is always pouring out the door of this place, I expected it to be either amazing food at a reasonable price, or one of those great local dives with great food for uber cheap. It was neither. I hate to be harsh on the business, but this place just didn't live up to expectations. I am from LA and this place was recommended to me from my friend who was from LA.
Fadi Oli
7 months ago
Service was great, food was awesome, atmosphere was authentic, and manager was nice and accommodating, will sure come back here.
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Jenny Gossett
a year ago
I have dined here a couple of time. I love the ambiance. The restaurant is a little out of the way, but it is small and cute. The owners are very friendly. The wine and appetizers are always great! I find the mains to be lacking a little. Great coffee. Maybe just go for appetizers and dessert? Would go back!
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Mathieu Stemmelen
8 months ago
It may be “out of the way”, but this “exceptional Sardinian gem” in Noe Valley is worth the trip for its robust, "seafood-focused” Italian fare, “amazing pastas” and “incredible” selection of “well-priced” regional wines; “owners Lorella and Massimo” and their crew “welcome you like family”, but as it’s very “small”, insiders make sure to “book ahead.” Learn more about La Ciccia. What to order Octopus stew Spaghetti with spicy oil & bottarga (pictured) Sardinian fregola with uni Insider tip: For a casual bite and Italian wines, enoteca-style, eat at their sister restaurant, La Nebbia, less than a block away.
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Mira Torres
a year ago
How I love, love, loved La Ciccia. It's hard to find food this delicious and authentic with all the new takes on culinary meals that try their hardest to take it to the next level. La Ciccia takes a classic dinner and brings it to the next level without even trying. We had the squid and so much more and it was divine. They have these fun crispy crackers that I could probably devour a dozen of in one sitting, a great wine list, and great ambiance too. Highly recommended to get a reservation at this quiet place. The food is so on point and the entire experience is unforgettable.
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Kavitha Raghavan
a year ago
This place is hidden away in a remote corner of Noe Valley. But thankfully, they have such rave reviews in social media - its hard to miss them! So one Saturday night, I go there for dinner and was blown away by the mouth watering unique foods from Sardegna and the amazing service! Kudos! And hurray to such one-of-a-kind restaurants in SF!
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stephanie hughes
a year ago
No words. Okay a few… La Ciccia is perfection. La Ciccia is the reason you go out to restaurants. It's what you hope and dream every dining experience will be like. From the food to the service, to warm smile you get from the husband and wife team who run it, La Ciccia just nails it. Their food is extraordinary, so much so that after every meal here, I go home and research airfare to Sardinia! Their wine list is one of the best in the city and while it's tiny and you have to reserve a table, you don't care that you are nestled up next to the next table because it's cozy and everyone there is in on the secret. If you haven't gone yet, do. And if you love it, don't tell anyone else. I still want to be able to get a table here! :) Oh wait, did I just spill the beans. Crap!!!
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