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Zuni Café
European Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
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1658 Market St San Francisco, CA 94102
1658 Market StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94102
$$$European Restaurant, Wine BarToday 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:30 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Judy Rogers' bustling Market Street bistro serving famous roast chicken & other wood-fired eats.- Google
"Love the roasted chicken & warm bread salad."
"I also highly recommend getting the Caesar salad and shoestring potatoes."
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lila Rose
3 weeks 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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Alexander Sjöholm
2 months ago
The place looks really nice from the outside. The atmosphere in the entrance is great with live piano music and lovely interior. The service was alright. I had a Halibut and my fiancée had the gnocchi. Both dishes were very small, like something you have when you are already full. Like desert but with main-course content. The Halibut didn't really taste anything, it was cooked plain and served with vegetables all without any seasoning whatsoever. And it was quite expensive. We landed at $90 for the two dishes and two almost empty glasses of wine. I think the place aims at being exclusive and extraordinary, but failed to convince me. It was perhaps to complicated for me to understand. I'm sorry.
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Charles Dexter Lim
5 months ago
Your waiter will probably ask you if you want the roasted chicken. Just say "Yes" as it is one of the meals it is known for and it takes an hour to prepare it (and it is well worth the wait). My friends and I ordered some wine and appetizers and the hour long wait was not really that long given the excellent company. Reservations are recommended if not essential given how busy this place this. Enjoy!
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Farzad Sharif
8 months ago
Underwhelming and overpriced. The dishes we had (anchovies starter; arugula salad; lamb shanks) were uninspired, and the decor was equally unremarkable. Service was attentive, however. Overall, seems like an OK place for an older crowd (avg. age looked ~60), but with so many great options in SF, not much reason to come back here.
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Patrick Au-Yeung
3 months ago
Their famous rotisserie chicken was dry. I was full of expectations and perhaps that was a mistake. Wasn't all that impressed. Good service and nice vibe, but the food didnt live up to the hype, unfortunately.
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Neeharika Sinha
4 months ago
Perfect ambience! The staff is really friendly. The fried full chicken is a must try. I really liked their cocktail menu as well. Booking in advance helps but not necessary.
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Mathieu Stemmelen
7 months ago
"Like the Golden Gate Bridge", this venerable Hayes Valley Mediterranean “mainstay” defines San Francisco for many who fondly recall its "timeless” marquee dishes: the “peerless” brick-oven chicken for two, the "famous" burger and the "superb oyster selection"; “polished” service and a “warm” double-decker setting further burnish its “classic” reputation, made somewhat bittersweet following the recent passing of longtime chef Judy Rodgers. Learn more about Zuni Cafe. What to order Roast chicken with bread salad (pictured) Bellwether Farm ricotta gnocchi Shoestring fries Insider tip: For a more intimate perch gazing down over fellow diners, ask for an upstairs table upon making a reservation.
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Yoni Mayeri
9 months ago
A landmark restaurant right on Market Street, they have been going strong since 1979! Zuni is central to many neighborhoods and a short cab away from most parts of town. Parking is tough around here so better to take public or uber. Fresh oysters are a must, The menu changes daily, and they are open late, make a rez to be guaranteed a seat, but you can drop in too.