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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
Member Reviews (7)
- QuinceMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 2Aug 03, 2013
Food is SO good! If you're able, do a 5-course chef's menu; you're welcome. I think the seafood dishes are probably the most memorable, but it's hard to find fault with this place. It's a little on the quiet side as far as dinner chatter goes...who cares? You'll be too engrossed in the gastronomy to notice. It's mostly couples if you look around, but you will see the occasional group or two. Admittedly, it's the kind of place that makes you feel like you should be on your best behavior and mind your manners, prim and proper.
- QuinceMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Jul 22, 2013
Housed in an elegant 100-year-old classic San Francisco brick-and-timber building, the relative newcomer on our favorite luxury restaurant list is Quince. The restaurant offers four-course dinners as well as eight-course tasting menus and you'll often see opulent ingredients like caviar, black truffle, or Maine lobster on the list. However, Quince has a Californian twist: the restaurant sources many of its ingredients from local and organic farms, and much of its seafood and meats come from sustainable operations.
- QuinceJul 04, 2012
came here for by birthday 2 years back, lovely restaurant with impeccable food and service. the Chef is a James Beard award winner. they have 4 course and 8 course tasting menu options. i believe we went with the course, which was a ton of food by the end of the night. everything is as you'd expect from a high end restaurant. though nothing was extremely unusual or outlandish, the food was all on point. one of the better fancy italian dinner's i've had.Recommended for:Luxury Travelers
- QuinceJul 04, 2012
Chef Michael Tusk is amazing in the kitchen. This is probably one of the best Italian restaurants in San Francisco! The portions are nicely sized (a total must in Italian cuisine) and every pasta dish is delicately hand-made. The Raviolo is melt-in-your-mouth amazing.
The restaurant itself is very elegant but modern, too. If you want that rustic, casual flair, head to Cotogna next door. The restaurant opens up to a nice lounge ambiance at the front, and as you make your way into the dining room, you'll meet these gorgeous brick walls with high ceilings and nice neutral color tones surrounding the restaurant.
The tasting menu is $105, and a la carte appetizers are in the $20s, with first course/second course in the $30s.