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- 55%Family Travelers
Member Reviews (69)
- Tartine BakeryMember ofFamily TravelersFoodiesWellness+ 5Jan 02, 2014
Tartine is a great place for brunch, but only if you have the energy to wait a bit in line. Delicious--tarts (of course). Cookies are only okay. The quiche is very yummy, as are many of their sandwiches. They are a good sized portion, and you will not be hungry afterward. Coffee is also good here.Recommended for:Trendsters
- Tartine BakeryMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jan 16, 2014
One of my favorite bakeries! Highly recommended, especially for those new to the city. All of the baked goods I've tried so far have been extremely delicious! Every time I eat something from this place, it feels like all my worries just melt away. The only thing keeping me from trying every delicious thing they have here are the lines. Also, if you're coming with friends, be sure to have one of them look out for tables while the others wait in line. Even if you make it through the line, there's no guarantee you'll have a place to sit down enjoy your goods.
- Tartine BakeryMember ofFoodiesMar 26, 2013
Cozy little pastry and coffee shop, constantly busy throughout the day. I was a little sad they didn't make any banana cream tart that day, I mean that's why I came here! I had to settle for the Frangapine Tart. It wasn't the same but still a real treat. Soft flaky outside topped with a fresh fruit spread and nuts. The Tres Leche cake was very moist and not too sweet, but I didn't care too much for it. I'll have to stop by on another day to catch the morning buns and banana cream tarts! A bit pricey though so 3.5 stars.
- Tartine BakeryMember ofFoodiesTrendstersArt & Design LoversOct 06, 2012
Tartine is arguably the best bakery in San Francisco. The quality of their goods is superb. The only reason I'm not giving it five stars is its accessibility. First, parking in the area is terrible. Second, the line is ridiculous and doesn't move quickly. Third, they are expensive. It's definitely a treat. With that said, it's worth trying, just for the sheer quality, but it's not somewhere I can go all of the time.
- Tartine BakeryOct 04, 2012
Tartine Bakery has the best bread in the country, and IMO is a must visit for any San Francisco tourist. Call three days ahead to reserve a loaf or a half loaf of bread (Country, Walnut, or Sesame) or just go there and order one of their delicious sandwiches or tartines. Their pastries - especially their croissants, gougères, and rochers - are also very good. There will most likely be a line out the door, but don't worry it moves quickly!
- Tartine BakeryMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Sep 20, 2012
Real chunks of banana in the banana cream tart! Loved it. I also enjoyed the layer of dark chocolate at the bottom of the tart crust. The price was on the high side at $7 a tart, but it was big enough to share between two people. Highly recommended for dessert to-go or dine-in!
- Tartine BakerySep 11, 2012
Almond Croissant oh my. It was so soft and sweet, but not like ridiculously sweet, with that hint of almond flavor. Also had a chocolate croissant here and the chocolate was warm and gooey inside. And it smells absolutely amazing inside.
Parking is super annoying here though...such is San Francisco!