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Zuni Café.
Today 11:30AM–12AM
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1658 Market St San Francisco, CA 94102
1658 Market StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94102
$$$Restaurant, Wine Bar
Wine Bar
European Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–12AM
Saturday 11:30AM–12AMSunday 11AM–11PMMonday ClosedTuesday 11:30AM–11PMWednesday 11:30AM–11PMThursday 11:30AM–11PMFriday 11:30AM–12AM
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Judy Rogers' bustling Market Street bistro serving famous roast chicken & other wood-fired eats.- Google
"The roast chicken, caesar salad, and gnocchi were all amazing!"
"Sunday brunch for 1, 2,3, or 4 Bloody Mary, while waiting to be seated 1 doz."
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Leon Lin
a week ago
Food was ordinary, service average. Had the hamburger on focaccia. Cheese was good, bread and burger tasted ordinary. Bread and butter that came for the taste was good. Expensive for a meal.
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Samantha Berg
3 months ago
I'm not sure if Zuni's gone downhill, or if I've just found other places I like better in the time since I was here last. Came the other night on a whim with a girlfriend and ate at the bar. I remembered the roast chicken being incredible, especially with the bread salad, and I was excited for her to try it for the first time. That said, the entire experience was disappointing. The chicken took about an hour and a half to come out, and when it did, it just wasn't as special as I remembered. I much prefer the chicken at Limon or Tosca, and those chickens are half the price! We did have a burrata starter that was tasty, but stingy on the burrata. The redeeming factor was the service - our bartender was very nice and comped us a drink for how long the chicken took. He chatted us up throughout the night and recommended drinks for us. He definitely made the experience.
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Kit Lau
5 months ago
Good brunch spot, went there on Sunday around 1 and got seated right away, a rare phenomenon in the city. The place is a little expensive because it's a more posh joint. But their food is worth it because it is well thought out and put together. Everything is beautifully plated with creative ingredients. Portion is small so don't go there starving for a huge heavy brunch. Go there if you want something light. Good ambiance and service is good.
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Chris J. Tow
in the last week
So good. The roast chicken and the caesar salad are great.
Sherry Thompson
a month ago
Our party of 6 "que prima" on a mid week plop into this eatery. No call ahead or reservations; yet we were treated with the utmost service and care. Our waiter was a true professional, as I had seen only in the quarter New Orleans. The menu was a stretch for us Southern folk. But we each selected an extraordinary selection off the dinner menu and shared bites. Everything was a delight. Squab, pork, fish and veg came out perfect. Mid-meal, a true SF phenom came rapping on the bay window by our table, screaming intelligeably at some make believe someone. Chalk it up to the atmosphere that makes SFO the utterly uniquely off bubble locale that it is!
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Sean Mintz
2 months ago
Cute spot with delicious food. I would have appreciated more vegetarian entree options, but the gnocchi I had was excellent. Don't miss their pepper-infused Tito's.
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lila Rose
7 months ago
I really enjoyed the condescending looks I got from the host and all the servers as I first walked in. They choose to finally seat us under a pretentious 10,000 dollar paintings that resembled a child's' collage. The price and total was absolutely outrageous and did not match the quality nor the presentation. For instance we ordered the yellow fin tuna which was suppose to be seared but was well done. It was priced at 30 dollars and only came with the a 4 ounce piece of fish, and it was cooked wrong. Our fries were over cooked as well. The busser was polite and oysters were fresh other than that In and Out is way way way cheaper and way better service and at least they can cook food right to order. I will never come back to this establishment... U should go somewhere else..
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Andy vague
2 months ago
Not a bad spot service was friendly I had a lot of fries they are tasty recommended