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- Scoma's RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness TravelersFoodiesNov 05, 2013
Pricey spot but worth the money. Came here with an out of towner friend and had a half lobster/half shrimp salad. The portion was HUGE and I couldn't finish it. Nice view of the Bay from wherever you sit.
- Scoma's RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 6Jul 04, 2013
One of the best seafood restaurants in San Francisco in my opinion. Can't go wrong with anything that's on the menu, gorgeous view outside of the restaurant, and complimentary valet parking! Very friendly staff as well!!
- Scoma's RestaurantMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversFeb 08, 2013
Headed here upon a unanimous decision for Dine About Town since we thought their menu was the most appealing. Had the 2 course lunch with clam chowder and Pasta Garibaldi. The soup was chock full of clam. Loved it. Had close to high expectations for the 2nd course, but unfortunately had to lower them. The pasta consisted of linguine, mussels, salmon and sun dried tomato. Fantastic combination, however, the more appropriate name for the entree would have been Salmon Garibaldi. The ratio of fish to pasta was way off. I soon found myself playing hide n seek for the noodles after a few bites. My friend had ordered the same thing and she had way more pasta in hers than I did. Whomp whomp whomp! Probably won't be back unless I'm willing to throw down on a meal here because their regular menu is a bit pricey.
- Scoma's RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 2Aug 10, 2012
Tucked in in an alley off the touristy wharf, Scoma's offers classic seafood with an italian flair. My favorite is the saute sec, especially during winter crab season - chunks of dungeness crab meat and other sea delectables in a light butter white wine sauce.
- Scoma's RestaurantJul 09, 2012
The best fresh seafood on the Wharf in the old school restaurant away from the hustle and bustle of the Tourist places. Try the Dungeness crab and whatever they have as a special of the day. Just make your reservations in advance, it can be hard to get a table!