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Tartine bakery
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Today 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
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600 Guerrero St San Francisco, CA 94110
600 Guerrero StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94110
(415) 487-2600tartinebakery.com
$$Bakery, CafeToday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 7:30 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 7:30 am – 7:00 pmThursday 7:30 am – 8:00 pmFriday 7:30 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
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Organic ingredients provide the makings for breakfast pastries, hot pressed sandwiches & coffee.- Google
"Had the Brioche, a morning bun, an almond croissant and the lemon meringue."
"The coconut cream tart is a winner, and so is the BREAD PUDDING!"
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STEVEN VONG
a month ago
In my opinion, the place does not live up to its hype. I came on a Sunday afternoon and wait was about 20-30 minutes. The environment inside is pretty hectic. Tons of people in line, running around, and it was difficult to get a table for 4. Not a very relaxing environment. I got to try the lemon tart, chocolate cake, some mango mousse, and a little bit of the cappuccino. None of these desserts were particularly spectacular. I came again another time and got the almond croissant which was really good, perfect texture and flavor. 4 stars (not 5 because it is quite expensive). They have a big variety so maybe I didn't try the right pastries. I recommend grabbing the pastry to go and eating it at the park, probably makes for a better experience than staying at the bakery.
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Dianna Chou
3 weeks ago
Food: - chocolate croissant - deliciously buttery and super flaky croissant. The chocolate is a nice dark chocolate and just the right amount. The best I've tasted so far - gougere - large hollow baked gruyère cheese ball - very yummy and chessy - fruit tart - basically a very nice crumb cake with some blueberry preserves on top. Pretty good - frangipane tart - a nice thick flaky pastry with blueberry, almonds, and powdered sugar - it was pretty good too Savory sandwiches - Spicy turkey - medium sliced turkey, slightly spicy and the right amount of provolone cheese, and nice broccoli rabe pesto which wasn't too strong. This was on olive oil coated slices of baguette and press toasted. Very delicious and rich. There was also a slightly spicy picked carrot on the side. - Pastrami - medium sliced, not too much spices on the pastrami, with gruyère. The horseradish mustard sauce is on the stronger side. Same bread deal and carrot on the side. Tea cakes: - Lemon poppy - on the sweeter side, and very moist with a sugar glaze on outside - Zucchini walnut - with some large pieces of orange peel (didn't it was needed, but it added some extra pockets of random sweetness and moisture), it was tasty but a little drier. - Double chocolate Ordered 5pm on a weekday and had it for breakfast the next couples mornings and it was still good. Ambiance: - a 15-20 minute wait on a Sunday at noon; if you get there before noon, it's probably more like 10 min - 5pm on a weekday no wait, but no pan au chocolat either; there were plenty of regular croissants though Service - friendly and speedy - you order baked goods first and get it immediately - sandwiches are ordered next at the cashier and they bring it to your table Went: 3 times
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Victoria P.
4 months ago
I went here with my sister on an unusual sunny winter day last year. After having a fabulous lunch at Mission Cheese, I walked over to Tartine to get dessert. We ordered a lemon tart and bread pudding to go. We headed over to Dolores Park to enjoy our desserts overlooking the SF skyline. And they were absolutely delicious! The lemon tart wasn't heavy, and fully showcased the fruit. The bread pudding was moist and rich. And the fact that I still remembered them is truly a reflection on how amazing this bakery is. The line is infamous for being long and you'll most likely start to stare subconsciously at the patrons who are dining .. To save yourself from looking creepy, get there early.
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Jackie Roewe
3 weeks ago
If you're going to go, and you should, get there early to avoid the lines. The sourdough loaf is amazing. The bread pudding is amazing. The cakes are decadent. The sandwiches are heavenly.
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Denise Dang
a month ago
Morning bun, croissant, and/or fresh bread = The only 3 things you need to have each time you come here. Everything else is delicious, I'm sure, but I have never ventured away from these 3 items... They also have cakes and cookies, and hot-pressed sandwiches. And fresh loaves of bread at 4:30pm! Expect a line around the block, even on a random Tuesday morning. It's worth the wait for sure. Turn around for seating is usually fast too. There's also some patio seating on the side too.
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Diane Y
4 months ago
Oh Tartine, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. No seriously. As much as it is hipster-hyped, beneath it all, Tartine is the pastry and baked good cotillion. Yes, only the most elite, gorgeous, rich and tasty morsels are presented here. I've tried tarts, bread, croissants (filled and unfilled), open-faced sandwiches, buns, even the bread pudding. Not a single complaint. About the food, anyway. The lines are a different story. Don't come hungry - you'll wait about half an hour before you even get a taste.
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Jiann Mok
3 months ago
Pros: - coconut cream tart (fresh and creamy without being heavy; chocolate and caramel are nice indulgent touches) - banana cream tart (perfectly sweet without artificial banana flavor) - lemon cream tart (tart and sweetly lemony) - olive walnut loaf (OH. MY. GOODNESS. perfectly dense yet fluffy. ideal chewiness. thin-ish crust.) Cons: - long line - a single tart is ~$7 but it's actually HUGE and very filling Bottom line: the bread, toasted, and smeared with avocado, is one of my favorite things in the world. You need to visit and make sure you get one of the beautiful tarts.
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Francisco Hanson
3 months ago
A tourist trap at best. Espresso was super bitter. Even the worst Starbucks have better espressos. They clearly use their water at too high a temperature. Scones and other pastries were hard as rocks. I went early in the morning and they still tasted several days old. Super over-priced, super over-hyped, long lines. Go somewhere better. You deserve it.