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Rich Table
Californian Restaurant$$$
Today 5:30–10PM
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199 Gough St San Francisco, CA 94102
199 Gough StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94102
(415) 355-9085richtablesf.com
$$$Californian Restaurant, American Restaurant
Californian Restaurant
American Restaurant
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Today 5:30–10PM
Thursday 5:30–10PMFriday 5:30–10:30PMSaturday 5:30–10:30PMSunday 5:30–10PMMonday 5:30–10PMTuesday 5:30–10PMWednesday 5:30–10PM
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Californian fare from local ingredients, served in a salvaged-barn-wood space with an open kitchen.- Google
"You gotta try the sardine chips (the right combination of salty and creamy."
"Burrata with beets and the chicken liver mousse were absolute standouts."
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Simon Gensowski
2 months ago
Worth the wait for truly remarkable, extraordinary food. Everything is so good! Welcoming service. Can't wait to go back.
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Eugene Park
2 months ago
It's hard to describe succinctly (in a good way) — given its extremely creative, innovative Californian fare. The mains are great, but I could eat (and have eaten) a meal comprised entirely of their small plates; the porcini dusted doughnuts with raclette sauce and sardine chips are signature standouts. Just viewing the results of a Google image search on "rich table" is advertisement enough for this unassuming little gem.
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Adrian Sanchez
8 months ago
A true culinary experience. Do the chef's picks menu and try many small plates. Staff tops the food making you feel welcomed and at home, an authentic neighborhood place. Did I mention how much attention they pay to design, from furniture to unique Californian plates? Best restaurant in SF, hands down.
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Kevin Broomell
7 months ago
If I could give this place an 11, I would. One of the best restaurants I have ever had the pleasure to visit. Everything from service, to ambiance to food execution fires on all cylinders. We sampled most things on the menu and all I can say is, wow. From the halibut tartare, to the sardine chips, to the steak, sole, tagliatelle, pork belly - everything was perfect. Additionally, the service is fine dining quality with neighborhood hospitality. You felt right at home. We talked to our server a bit about where we were from and he eventually brought the Chef out to us. You never needed to look for service, it just happened. I have worked in restaurants for 10 years and eaten at many wonderful establishments - this goes into my top 10. Hands down a must have. Delicious. Can't say enough.
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Bruce Hammerstrom
3 months ago
Great selection of California natural wines, including some nice 1/2 bottles and food that compliments it. Split a pasta for an appetizer or order a cheese plate to go with the wine. We had a rib eye steak cooked perfectly and roasted cauliflower . Professional service helpful byt not hovering. Don't forget the housemade butter and bread. Worth it!
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Christoffer Klemming
a month ago
Rating this five stars means I have to go and lower all other five star ratings I've given to three. It simply is that good.
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Sam Fung
2 months ago
I went for full on tasting menu which offered a lot dishes. Each dish is very unique. I would say the biggest let down was the main entree. It was still good but it's just that all dishes before that were too good.
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Joe LaPenna
7 months ago
Trip one: Two solid courses (fois gras, octopus) followed by an incredibly disappointing ribeye along with a forgotten dish make for a disappointing reveal of a place ive been looking forward to for some time. Trip two: chefs picks. Solid array of small plates followed by a series of larger but not as enjoyable mains The steak and sole entrees were both disappointing but the pasta was a strong mid course plate.