A five-star recommended western restaurant, the environment is particularly good, although the price is small, but really not. The dishes are prepared with great care, the presentation is the same as the artwork, and the Western-style service is really good
A formal, delicate and stunning restaurant. A menu elaborated by one of the best, a massive chart of wines to choose from and one of a kind attending. 3 star Michelin with plenty to serve.
We can't even explain how good the meal we had here is. Everything is perfect, service, food, wine. The final meal cost exceeded our expectations, but it was well worth it. You may only go there once, but enjoy the dining experience here. We enjoy every minute here
Nothing, it's too delicate to sit, I can't bear to eat it. It's delicious.
Originally, I didn't catch a cold with Italian cuisine. Whether it is a street restaurant or a three-star Michelin, it is inevitable that cheese is piled up. However, QUINCE, the leader in Italian cuisine in San Francisco, overturned my three views. Not only is Totelli not greasy and the gravy is delicious, the cream content in the sauce from a set of tasting menu is also moderate and refreshing. Vegetables picked from our own farms run through the whole process. The white asparagus soaked in the herbs juice is full of the soup. The sweetness of the asparagus and the taste of the layers of herbs collide in the mouth. It is the white asparagus dishes that have been looking for in the past few years. A rare experience. The wine pairing is very special, the sommelier is very attentive and professional, not to mention the perfect service, and a glass of cinnamon is delivered before going out to relieve the inexplicable cold in San Francisco in July.
Filet Mignon, the meat is smooth and tender, the meat is very thick and delicious