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Scoma's
Seafood Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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Al Scoma Way San Francisco, CA 94133
Al Scoma WayUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94133
(415) 771-4383scomas.com
$$$Seafood Restaurant, BarToday 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 10:30 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 10:30 pmSunday 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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Spacious waterfront restaurant serving seafood pulled straight off the boat.- Google
"Gotta try the lobster bisque and their sourdough."
"Best clam chowder we have ever had."
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Zinovia Kefalopoulou
2 weeks ago
An elegant, yet with a pleasantly low-key atmosphere. A star choice if you are looking for good quality fresh sea-food with a twist. Charmingly located by San Francisco quay. Beyond the main dishes displayed a good selection of wines and nice deserts. A bit pricey but totally worth it.
Lisa Alderson
3 months ago
We have a tradition of eating lunch at Scoma's when we fly in to San Fran from the east coast. It's our first stop. It's always been great but this past Friday night (dinner for the first time), it was a major disappointment. Not one of the five of us enjoyed our meal. Dry, tasteless fish and blah-broth, lazy man's cioppino. Small portions of bland, dry fish for $40.00! I don't think so. The staff is great and the atmosphere is cozy and fun. Major help needed in the kitchen. There are too many places to eat in San Fran that are excellent and unfortunately, there is little excitement or interest in eating at Scoma's again.
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Francis Jimenez
a week ago
Just one word define this place... "Amazing", do the entree the lobster soup it's the best and for main course the wild salmon with ravioli and lobster... Unbelievable!!!
fefi fofum
6 months ago
Do NOW take some dinner resys.(Famous for decades for "No reservations". ) Famous seafood, because of the way they handle the fish. I use to sell fish for the big grocery chain and you don't want to know. Several years ago when Way Overpriced A.Sabella's closed, this fine casual restaurant went linen and tuxedos upscale with a big jump in price. I never ate the old waxed cloth tablecovers. Still one of the best Fisherman's Wharf restaurants.
Trone Law
2 months ago
We love Scoma's. It's great old school service and awesome food. There were at least 20 people milling around inside and out hoping to get a table, and it looked sketchy for our reservation, but we were seated at our table immediately. Yes, they knew how to both take and keep a reservation. We'll be back.
Yael Rootberg
5 months ago
I visited in June of 2014. It took me a bit to get past the dated decor... It was a little hard for a first timer to San Francisco to find, but turned out to be a hidden gem. The food was absolutely out of this world. Dishes were spot on. Some of the best and freshest seafood I have tasted anywhere. Pasta was cooked perfectly (not over done like most places will serve). Sauces tasted fresh. This was the first restaurant I visited on my first visit to San Francisco, and it set the bar high for my expectations of the quality of seafood for the area. Some restaurants came close but none matched. I would highly recommend this restaurant!
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Ray Essick
5 months ago
I've visited San Francisco twice in my life, and both times Scoma's has been a must-eat location during the trip. Most recently I had the "Lazy" Cioppino (tomato stew with all sorts of seafood), which was delicious and enough for two meals! The service is excellent as well - the server gave an impromptu description for a risotto for my wife (a vegetarian) and the chef delivered a wonderful result.
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Hazel Carpenter-King
7 months ago
My husband & I just by chance found out about this "fabulous" place to eat. O'my is it ever wonderful, the food is spot on and the service is great. Seating can be a little tight, but since we had no reservations we couldn't complain. We had the "clams & pasta" clams braised in butter, olive oil, garlic & white wine, the roasted beet salad, and Denver Sole lightly sauteed. White wine and some yummy hot bread. Each course was served separately...we rolled out because the portions were ample enough to share. AND WE WILL RETURN!!!
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