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Masa's Restaurant
French Restaurant$$$
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648 Bush St San Francisco, CA 94108
648 Bush StUSCASan Francisco94108
(415) 989-7154masasrestaurant.com
$$$French Restaurant, Fine Dining RestaurantToday Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday 5:30 – 9:30 pmWednesday 5:30 – 9:30 pmThursday 5:30 – 9:30 pmFriday 5:30 – 9:30 pmSaturday 5:30 – 9:30 pmSunday Closed
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Masa's Restaurant offers fine dining in San Francisco.
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Nicole Chung
reviewed a year ago
went there for my birthday. i love this place! nice place to celebrate anniversaries/birthdays.
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Scott Lamb
reviewed a year ago
Ridiculously stuffy. I felt out of place, and it was so small with the hovering waiter that I felt uncomfortable carrying on a conversation at times. I could hear individual other diners' conversations clearly, including the man trying (unsuccessfully) to impress his date with his wine knowledge, and the couple who were loudly gaining much wine experience in one night on an empty stomach (more on the empty stomach below). The food is good (great ingredients, neat ideas, skillful preparation), but it's not hard to find an amazing meal for half this price in San Francisco, so I was expecting something more. Many places with multi-course meals have portions which are much too large. Masa's is the other extreme. The portions are so small that you're left with the absurd thought that you should go find an In-n-Out after finishing your $100+ meal. They offer a few (nice) breads frequently, but I generally don't expect most of my nutrition to be from bread, and while they provided gluten-free alternatives for my gluten-sensitive wife on everything else, they didn't offer her any equivalent of the bread. For a restaurant with this reputation, I expected that to be no problem.
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Michael Kwong
reviewed a year ago
The food was excellent. We tried the chef's selection, and every course left me wanting more. I especially liked the black bass and the squab. Would definitely not mind going back. Not at all :-)
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Jason Chu
reviewed a year ago
This place didn't earn a michelin star for nothing. The bread is absolutely amazing and buttery. The 5 course meal is totally worth the $100 and each dish is delicately made and cooked
Marty Eng
reviewed 2 years ago
One of the most romantic dining destinations in the City, Masa's serves up an experience that you'll not soon forget. The dishes that are a delight to the senses, the service is impeccable and the wine list expansive. This special occasion restaurant delivers a feast for all of the senses.
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Steven Oliver
reviewed 3 years ago
Masa's is a wonderful restaurant to celebrate a special occasion. It is one of the few very nice restaurants where I notice most tables ordering the wine parings. In most restaurants, the wine paring consists of the few wines they have open behind the bar to serve by the glass (in other words not the good stuff). The sommelier at Masa's on the other hand reliably develops a creative pairing that truly complements each course (a smoky almost bacon-like chardonnay that alone is a bit odd tastes wonderful paired with a seared scallop). The service and atmosphere are equally impeccable.
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