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State Bird Provisions



1529 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA 94115

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(415) 795-1272

Hours

  • Sunday: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Monday: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 5:30 am - 11:00 pm
  • Saturday: 5:30 am - 11:00 pm

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Cuisine: American Restaurants


4.7 of 5.0 from 191 reviews


price range:more than $50

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State Bird Provisions Reviews

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  • Jon B.The chantarelle-yuba 'all'amatriciana' with jowl bacon, pecorino and basil is still one of the best dishes I have ever had.

    55555 by Jon B.


  • Victoria BVery nice concept with half of the menu written and the other half just offered to people by waiters just walking by. Interesting taste combinations. too pricey what it is. It is not Michelin level.

    33333 by Victoria B


  • Nathan L.My favorite restaurant in San Francisco! I prefer going with a bigger group to try more things but it is tough to get a table.

    55555 by Nathan L.


  • Bikash M.Some great dishes, some ok ones. It didn't live up to the hype but does have some tasty food.

    55555 by Bikash M.


  • Wilson JThere is a lovely pleasure in eating modern American food dim sum style: say yes to anything coming off those carts, and have EVERY quail (the CA state bird) dish.

    55555 by Wilson J


  • Cody HardA+ overall. I loved the pork belly & ice cream sandwich. Girlfriend loved the state bird & smoked avocado. Both of us were big fans of the cheese/squash toast, sauerkraut pancakes & peanut milk shot.

    55555 by Cody Hard


  • Rebecca MaldonadoEverything we ordered was excellent!

    55555 by Rebecca Maldonado


  • EaterWith a selection of items like black mission fig granita drizzled in noyaux cream and dappled with fennel, you'll do well to not get too full during dinner.

    55555 by Eater


  • Jiafang SRecomend: Uni pancake, ricotta pancake, ice cream sandwich. Garlic bread is AMAZING. Good: duck liver, trout and avocado dips, rose mousse, pork belly, sausage. So-so: all vegetables. Oyster is meh.

    55555 by Jiafang S


  • Jeff M.Everything is amazing! You can have a fantastic meal off of the dim sum style offering, but the menu also has some fantastic items.

    55555 by Jeff M.


  • Tim SArrive hungry; Try everything! The friendly team were super helpful in helping choose the best dishes.

    55555 by Tim S


  • Rob DInnovative format, with both off the menu and dim sum options. Everything is fairly small, so if it looks good just go for it

    55555 by Rob D


  • Jules HJust go with the flow. And grab the garlic bread. 🤤

    55555 by Jules H


  • Marta T.I honestly expected more. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable. Some plates are unique such as the mousse foie. However other ones are just good, not exceptional. Price is acceptable. No cocktails.

    55555 by Marta T.


  • joahnnaEverything is delicious. Cool concept - small servings so you get to try different dishes. Personally prefer this over the progress next door.

    55555 by joahnna


  • sheela t.Amazing meal- state bird quail

    55555 by sheela t.


  • sheela t.Grilled Octopus

    55555 by sheela t.


  • Asahi, pls.At this dim sum style restaurant, everything they bring is tempting but you must ask for dumpling if they didn't come around. $3 but it's 100 times satisfaction guaranteed.

    55555 by Asahi, pls.


  • Arjun ModakFantastic concept and amazing food!! Must visit!!

    55555 by Arjun Modak


  • PureWowThe "World Peace" peanut muscovado milk shot, a creamy shot of peanut milk with a pinch of black muscovado (dark, unrefined sugar), might actually save the world.

    33333 by PureWow


  • Suzanne L.American small plates served dim sum style (imagine dinner party/dim sum mashup).

    55555 by Suzanne L.


  • Mike W.Extraordinarily popular and has managed to cross dim sum format with New Californian cuisine. It can get pricey, but it ultimately lives up to all of the hype. Read all about it on WinstonWanders.com

    55555 by Mike W.


  • Jessica TaylorThe atmosphere was more causal than expected. Food was good and just enough.

    55555 by Jessica Taylor


  • Mike D.A crazy, hectic & fun atmosphere. Sit at the 2 top drink bar and watch everything swirl around you. Just trust whatever is on the menu that night will be delicious

    55555 by Mike D.


  • Mark TTrendy spot with some of the best eats in SF. The quail potsticker with broth and the tartare are favorites along with the four barrel coffee panna cotta.

    55555 by Mark T


  • Bon Appetit MagazineOrder any and all pancakes, such as sourdough with ricotta, sauerkraut, and Pecorino, and always get the “state bird,” a.k.a. fried quail. Desserts are straightforward and lovely.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • Bommy ChaA decent number of vegetarian dishes. Almond biscuits with duck liver mousse, garlic bread with burrata, and state bird quail are absolute gems. Definitely a must-try once kind of restaurant.

    55555 by Bommy Cha


  • Jo AI completely and totally LOVED everything about this place! Especially the sourdough, sauerkraut, ricotta pancake. So good! Great ethos and idea behind the restaurant too and good value for money :)

    55555 by Jo A


  • Kait GaissPretty much one of the most exciting restaurants out there. Must-do experience if you can somehow land a table.

    55555 by Kait Gaiss


  • Jose P.Try the CA state bird with provisions

    55555 by Jose P.


  • Jamie PEverything is good here!! Can't go wrong with any of the choices they have here.

    55555 by Jamie P


  • Michael S.Interesting array of foods.

    55555 by Michael S.


  • EaterWhether it's savory pancakes stacked with local cheese, delicious crudos, or a new take on tofu skin, the flavor profiles are always eye-opening.

    55555 by Eater


  • Kim O.Sit at the chef's counter and enjoy the behind-the-scenes action of the food preparation. The dim sum dishes are all great. I suggest ending with a savory dessert of duck liver mousse.

    55555 by Kim O.


  • Lisette A.The foie gras: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    55555 by Lisette A.


  • Jim EEverything we had here was excellent. That said, we will probably visit their sister restaurant first when we come back. Both are fun, great atmospheres, fab service, and totally enjoyable.

    55555 by Jim E


  • Roberto CosenzaTry the pink trout

    55555 by Roberto Cosenza


  • Chris H.Of the maybe ten dishes I tried, all were forgettable. Not worth the hype or the two month reservation at all.

    33333 by Chris H.


  • Jess BState bird with provisions

    33333 by Jess B


  • Vi TranProbably one of the best meals I've had. It's a Michelin star restaurant with a casual vibe - no pretentious atmosphere.

    55555 by Vi Tran


  • Adi RLoved the trout, the garlic bread with burrata, the duck liver mousse, and more and more 😋

    55555 by Adi R


  • H K.Besides the menu, they have dim sum style menu where they bring out small dishes to your table. Everything tasted great. Notable items were the state bird (quail) with provisions, garlic bread

    55555 by H K.


  • Hannah G.Grab whatever looks good as it comes around (trout croquettes, clams and quinoa, pork belly, etc) and be sure to order some pancakes and state bird from the commandables!

    55555 by Hannah G.


  • Emily KaneTreat yo self and say yes to everything once, but say yes to the state bird dumplings twice. Make sure to save the tiniest bit of stomach space for one of the many life-changing desserts.

    55555 by Emily Kane


  • Lana MThe dumplings! The world peace shot!

    55555 by Lana M


  • joahnnaGlad to see they have good veg options: the porcini is to die for! Lots of flavor! The squash Bochi was also quite good.

    55555 by joahnna


  • GQ Magazine“Kinako, roasted-soybean powder, is used for sweets in Japan—it has this extraordinary nutty flavor. We use it to make ice cream for Kyoto Rye Crepes and Fig Jam.” Chef Stuart Brioza

    55555 by GQ Magazine


  • Meah BCrazy spot to get reservations but so worth it once you manage to stop by. Unique selection of dishes - the CA State Bird is amazing and you can never go wrong with the pork belly.

    55555 by Meah B


  • Craig V.It's different all the time. It's all good. Experiment!

    55555 by Craig V.


  • MarvinGet the duck liver mouse with almond biscuit.

    33333 by Marvin


  • Laurence B.The toast is actually quite good, but the important thing is to save room for dessert.

    55555 by Laurence B.


  • Tyler SzaboWestern dim sum. Make a reservation as walk-ins will wait a long time and might not get in. Check the address, as there is no sign. Food is delicious and hard to stop :P. Staff are really friendly.

    55555 by Tyler Szabo


  • nils j.You MUST try the toast. Sounds boring but isn't.

    55555 by nils j.


  • Nik ITrendy! Good drinks, nice wine, awesome food, pig-eat-fries,

    55555 by Nik I


  • Jon P.Don't say no to anything! It is all incredible. Figure $75 per person with a couple drinks

    55555 by Jon P.


  • Rucha Everything! Menu changes

    55555 by Rucha


  • Runqiu CaiGot a taskrabbit to wait 1.5 hours before opening. Get the State Bird (fried quail). Dimsum style. Good service.

    33333 by Runqiu Cai


  • Ben ChenLove the dim sum serving style! Most of the food is French/American though, not Asian.

    55555 by Ben Chen


  • Sherry L.Underwhelming and overhyped. Had to think hard for a favorite dish. Liked the fregola summer salad, pork belly, and sweetbreads. Ice cream sandwich was good too.

    55555 by Sherry L.


  • Doug d.The fried quail, aka CA state bird with provisions, and anchovy-tomato toast were our favorites of the night, highly recommended.

    55555 by Doug d.


  • Kelly WongAmazing food! Delicious but the portion size is small for the price they charge. Best is a group of 4 to try everything on their menu.

    55555 by Kelly Wong


  • Paul FarrellStuart Brioza running an interesting concept & still not losing sight of the food and service. Very hands on and great to see. Chat to the staff and choose wisely as there is so much choice

    55555 by Paul Farrell


  • Nancy KWhat a great little Michelin gem. It's very difficult to get reservations but worth it.

    55555 by Nancy K


  • Vivian C😍😍 if you are still up at midnight just make a reservation for 60 days later. You won't regret it. Don't get too many things from the menu because everything they bring out in trays is amazing.

    55555 by Vivian C


  • Vivian CGet the ice cream sandwich and world peace for dessert. And get some of the pancakes from the menu.

    55555 by Vivian C


  • Katie REverything was delicious, both from the menu and the trays & carts passing by - but the dessert milk was the absolute best part!

    55555 by Katie R


  • Don O.If they sent this food to the Middle East, there would be no more war in the Middle East.

    22222 by Don O.


  • Don O.Everything on the menu is dank af.

    55555 by Don O.


  • Ashley K.Go. Go now. Sit at the bar. Talk to the chefs. Eat it all. Leave happy. Repeat.

    55555 by Ashley K.


  • Christopher rThe garlic bread burrata will change your life.

    55555 by Christopher r


  • Laurent DThe steak tartare with garlic oil was amazing. The fresh burratta was excellent. It is worth the wait and make reservations.

    55555 by Laurent D


  • Dan A.Phenomenal in every way

    55555 by Dan A.


  • Paul R(Timeout best)

    55555 by Paul R


  • Ting T.Not worth the wait or the price. Half the dishes were great but other half were mediocre. They did have an excellent sparkling rose which was poured at the table out of a magnum bottle.

    33333 by Ting T.


  • Amy YDim sum style concept with food from all around the world. Almost impossible to get a reservation, but you can wait in line for walk-ins. They do seatings at 5:30, 7:30, 8:45

    33333 by Amy Y


  • Allison Y.The duck fried rice, mushroom toast, and garlic bread with burrata were my favorites.

    55555 by Allison Y.


  • Dylan BoudraaThe charred broccoli and the burrata have crazy flavor!

    55555 by Dylan Boudraa


  • SGet: Duck liver mousse. Farro. Mushroom toast. Ice cream sandwich.

    55555 by S


  • LukaA signature SF restaurant serving inventive contemporary American food with lines starting at 4pm. Pork Belly Citrus Salad ($7) is a must

    55555 by Luka


  • Tiffany T.The guinea hen dumplings were fantastic. We couldn't resist ordering two rounds!

    55555 by Tiffany T.


  • The Tastes that Make the CityThe CA state bird w/ provisions is the best quail in SF, making our list of "The Tastes That Make the City: SF Edition."

    55555 by The Tastes that Make the City


  • Carsten RoehrCreative and good food.. but not worth the hype for me! There's more way better in SF!

    33333 by Carsten Roehr


  • Omer Z.Amazing and absurdly creative dim sum-style dishes. Not cheap but not too expensive either ($50–80/person for food). Don't worry about reservations: come by at 5 or 5:15 on a weeknight and you're set.

    55555 by Omer Z.


  • Brian S.Love to make a meal by going both al carte and with dim sum.

    55555 by Brian S.


  • Calvin T.Start with the chanterelle toast ($3) and end with the shot of peanut milk ($2). Unique, tasty, and practically free relative to the rest of your bill.

    55555 by Calvin T.


  • Susan H.Always get the burrata... and when it's available, the maitake & duck ‘fried rice’ a la plancha. Actually, say yes to just about anything. You won't regret it.

    55555 by Susan H.


  • ClareTry everything

    55555 by Clare


  • Frances JamesExcellent. Some of the best food in the city. American cuisine done Dim Sum style. Walk up at 5pm with only 2 of you and you might get a seat at the bar.

    55555 by Frances James


  • Anthony P.Tables are bookable 60 days ahead of time (that's the best time to make a reservation). The food is phenomenal; only downside is the amount of time you'll spend figuring out what you want to eat.

    55555 by Anthony P.


  • Brendan CurranThere's a reason for the wait. Don't pass up the quail eggs!

    55555 by Brendan Curran


  • Stephanie L.Go with friends so you can try lots of different dishes - they are all amazing!!

    55555 by Stephanie L.


  • Alex PlutzerEverything. This is the best restaurant in San Francisco. Also try THE "state bird"

    55555 by Alex Plutzer


  • Jorge JSimple y sencillamente un concepto de cocina diferente. Excepcional

    55555 by Jorge J


  • the.Salongot in line at 4:30 on a Sunday for a party of three and had my choice of either the 5:30 or 7:30 seating.

    33333 by the.Salon


  • Kyle M.Eat here as much as your pant size will allow. Hen and mushroom dumplings are ace.

    55555 by Kyle M.


  • Sarah L.Truly one of the best damn meals you'll have in SF. Sample everything.

    55555 by Sarah L.


  • joanneexpect a wait, even with reservations. and then expect insanely territorial fellow diners.

    33333 by joanne


  • Constantine V.Chanterelle toast. Omg.

    55555 by Constantine V.


  • Michael CPork belly, chawanmushi, sweetbreads, and everything else!

    55555 by Michael C


  • Stephanie LWorth the wait to try and get reservations. Garlic bread burrata: don't share!

    55555 by Stephanie L


  • AFAR MediaChef Stuart Brioza prepares beautifully executed California cuisine such as pork-fried farro and boquerones on sesame pancakes. Each night, diners can choose from 12 to 15 seasonally inspired dishes.

    55555 by AFAR Media


  • Julia K.Everything was amazing. Can't go wrong with getting dishes as they come around versus ordering from the menu.

    55555 by Julia K.


  • Kyle R.The trout dish

    33333 by Kyle R.


  • David K.Best restaurant in SF. Try the marrow dish.

    55555 by David K.


  • Jiashu W.Say yes to everything they offer. If you want to try walk-in, be there before 4:30 PM.

    55555 by Jiashu W.


  • tablehopperOf course you have to try the namesake, the state bird with provisions.

    55555 by tablehopper


  • tablehopperBe sure to get any of the pancakes, and especially if you see one with sturgeon.

    55555 by tablehopper


  • tablehopperYour server will present you with a list of cooked-to-order options from the kitchen, but I recommend sitting tight & seeing what comes to your table first (like the trout roe chip and dip).

    55555 by tablehopper


  • SFGateThe quail is deep-fried in a buttermilk batter and served on a tangle of lemon-stewed tomatoes soft enough to be spread on toast. It's a brilliant combination.

    55555 by SFGate


  • Sarah S.Whether you’ve waited 2 months since you made your reservation or 3 hours since you put your name down, one thing is certain, your experience at Nicole Krasinski and Stuart Brioza’s will be worth it.

    33333 by Sarah S.


  • Daniel BouludI really love the energy of this place. I had rabbit and tuna fish dumplings, fantastic curried rabbit, bone marrow with chanterelle mushrooms and more.

    55555 by Daniel Boulud


  • Elyse E.Get a group of 8 and explore the most eccentric tasting menu ranging from giant burrata filled garlic knots to yellow watermelon chili salad to pork belly and beyond. So much deliciousness!

    55555 by Elyse E.


  • JonThere are lots of walk-in spots, but I tried arriving at 4:45pm on a Monday and missed out on the 5:30 sitting. Suggest 4:30pm, or you may have to wait till 9pm or later to be seated.

    33333 by Jon


  • Katherine M.Absolutely delightful, creative American cuisine served a la carte on trays. So fun. Get in line 30+ min before it opens if you don't have a reservation. As Andrew says, "Get the pancakes."

    55555 by Katherine M.


  • KylieWise Andrew recommended all the pancakes, and we were not misled. The multigrain pancake with smoked duck and maple glaze was out of this world. If possible, sit at the counter, you won't regret it.

    55555 by Kylie


  • Steve K.Plan for the wait! Throw your name down just before 7 then catch a movie across the street at Sundance. Just let them know you don't want to be seated early ;)

    33333 by Steve K.


  • Jonathan PepinskiGo late if no reservation. Wont have so much wait!

    33333 by Jonathan Pepinski


  • jonathan g.The Sourdough and Sauerkraut Pancakes at State Bird Provisions

    55555 by jonathan g.


  • Tara Z.Just eat all the things. So amazing!

    55555 by Tara Z.


  • Jonathan W.Most everything is a hit (esp. Glazed Pork Ribs and Nori cracker w/hamachi/avocado) but here are some misses (things to pass on): Choc. Cake w/Brown Butter, Caesar Asparagus, & pastrami beef tongue.

    55555 by Jonathan W.


  • Lili B.You can book a reservation in advance to avoid waiting in line (minimum 8 people) and get the prix fix menu: you will be served with more than a dozen of delicious small dishes... absolutely worth it!

    55555 by Lili B.


  • Sara ACome hungry!!

    55555 by Sara A


  • Wendy OuyangAwesome! One of my fav restaurant in SF. Wanna come back sooooooon.

    55555 by Wendy Ouyang


  • norm p.Show up an half an hour to an hour before opening. Half of the place is reserved for walk ins. No res necessary!

    22222 by norm p.


  • Adam F.Without a reservation, you'll need to start lining up at 30 min before the doors open.

    22222 by Adam F.


  • Serious EatsLively, exciting, and flavorful, the nouveau dim sum-style dinner at State Bird is as high energy as it is delicious.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • ryanLOrder the Paul Mathew Russian River Valley Pinot to go with your dinner. Fairly priced and quite tasty.

    55555 by ryanL


  • G W.This place is awesome

    55555 by G W.


  • Tiffany N.Hands down one of my favorite restaurants in the US and the world…!

    55555 by Tiffany N.


  • Karelia VargasThe wait is too long and the reservation system really sucks. The food is just ok, I would say not worth the wait.

    22222 by Karelia Vargas


  • Jacob G.Get: guinea hen dumpling, hamachi on nori cracker and state bird. MUST get: spicy Dungeness crab with kimchi, brandade with smoked sturgeon and spiced cocoa nib ice cream sandwich.

    55555 by Jacob G.


  • SIce cream sandwich. On point. Save room for it.

    55555 by S


  • SOmg. Best meal in SF

    55555 by S


  • La Dolce VitaOne Michelin star

    55555 by La Dolce Vita


  • David S.If you're planning to walk-in, go early (5) to put your name down. Come back after a movie and a drink and you should be in time for a 9pm dinner!

    33333 by David S.


  • Michelin Travel & LifestyleDim sum-style dishes are delicious fun. Order off the menu for "state bird" (chicken-fried quail) or fried pork belly. – Green Guide Editor

    55555 by Michelin Travel & Lifestyle


  • Michael G.Ice cream sandwich!

    55555 by Michael G.


  • Danielle C.It's so good Ive bookmarked their res page hoping for an opening. Recommend skipping menu ordering all together. Perfect to go as a group of 4 so you can try a bite everything the cart comes by with!

    55555 by Danielle C.


  • Ajay P.The garlic bread burrata was a stunner.

    55555 by Ajay P.


  • Iris W.Quail, lobster salad, octopus, burrata garlic bread and birdseed dessert were delish!

    55555 by Iris W.


  • Agatha Y.Try everything and enjoy the foodgasm.

    55555 by Agatha Y.


  • Travel + LeisureWaiters roam the room serving innovative small bites from dim-sum-style carts. The seafood selections are particularly worth flagging down for delicacies like black-garlic aioli on a fried nori chip.

    55555 by Travel + Leisure


  • Seth B.Never been but want to go.

    55555 by Seth B.


  • Scott ICLOSED (maybe just for renovations). Check before heading over.

    33333 by Scott I


  • Ben F.Just say yes.

    33333 by Ben F.


  • Billy V.Go with 3 other people so you can try EVERYTHING

    55555 by Billy V.


  • Agatha Y.Duck pâté mousse with almond biscuit, hamachi nori graffiti, anchovy sesame pancake and quinoa tahini corn salad. Amazing service despite the crazy line (came at 5:30pm for 9pm seating?)

    55555 by Agatha Y.


  • Adamnot dimsum as listed. "american" food in dimsum portions. basically american tapas. resos required, have to go a while in advance.

    55555 by Adam


  • Valarie A.Don't get the table closest to back of the restaurant on the left side- you will freeze! #believeme

    33333 by Valarie A.


  • John T.Everything is delicious, but if you get nothing else, get these: Garlic Bread with BurrataPork Belly Plum SaladSweet Corn & Mt Tam 'Shortstack'Duck Liver Mousse w/ Almond Biscotti

    55555 by John T.


  • YaleCorn pancakes

    55555 by Yale


  • Akaash A.Just... Yes. Yes to all of the things. ALL OF THE THINGS.

    55555 by Akaash A.


  • Katherine C.Want a prime-time reservation? Wake up at around 4 AM 60 days before your date of choice. It's worth it!

    55555 by Katherine C.


  • TiziaPork belly + state bird.

    55555 by Tizia


  • Carlos B.Great atmosphere! Pork Belly citrus salad and the garlic bread with cheese was the best! Make sure you get a reservation.

    55555 by Carlos B.


  • Heather SPork belly w citrus. Liver mousse w almond biscuits. Chicory ice cream sandwich. Etc... LOVE!

    55555 by Heather S


  • Line A.It's gotta be one of the most fun restaurants I've ever visited! Long lineups, impossible te reserve, but so worth it!

    55555 by Line A.


  • Ty A.Just the best meal in SF.

    55555 by Ty A.


  • Sam S.Eat here as soon as you can. Build up an appetite and then eat everything.

    55555 by Sam S.


  • Daniela SGet the State Bird (fried quail) it's delicious! Menu does change weekly based on seasonal items but if its available get it.

    55555 by Daniela S


  • Hugo B.Zagat 27, recommended by SF Magazine

    55555 by Hugo B.


  • Shirley L.Def get the sturgeon pancake, hamachi, state bird, duck, and ice cream sandwiches! Get a reservation or show up and wait in line at 5pm for 530 seating.

    55555 by Shirley L.


  • Anton S.California state bird is on 7x7's Big Eat 2013.

    55555 by Anton S.


  • Adam F.Good god...@immaculateinfat get on this

    55555 by Adam F.


  • Adam F.It's worth the wait... Stand in the "sweet spot" to get seated faster and bond with the awesome chefs.

    55555 by Adam F.


  • Dhruv B.Must try: Ricotta dumplings w pumpkin soubise, duck liver mousse w almond biscuit, & hamachi avocado seaweed crostini.

    55555 by Dhruv B.


  • Joel A.California state bird

    55555 by Joel A.


  • James G.Trust me on the duck liver mousse.

    55555 by James G.


  • Dhruv B.Great date spot. Can't miss: Quail eggs, state bird with provisions (best fried poultry in SF), burrata, tuna tartare & ice cream sandwich. Skip the hibiscus and horchata. Decent pancakes & dumplings.

    55555 by Dhruv B.


  • Jessica C.Delicious! Sit at the chef's counter if you can. Amazing service and recommendations. Plus the food comes out hot! The chefs are adorable ;)

    55555 by Jessica C.


  • Jack U.Ask for the extinct menu. 10k will get you 5oz of bald eagle. Worth every penny.

    55555 by Jack U.


  • Jen K.You can order the signature dishes you're looking forward to without waiting for the cart to come around

    55555 by Jen K.


  • Jia JiaEven late reservation are fine -- the dim sum style means there is food on your table just seconds after you sit down, and you won't be hungry for long.

    33333 by Jia Jia


  • J H.Reservations are worth it.

    55555 by J H.


  • Exclusive Resorts"The food is 'dim sum'. Order a few hot items off the menu but also try the items brought around on carts or trays. It was all universally delicious and novel. It's worth a visit if you're in town."

    55555 by Exclusive Resorts


  • BenBon Appetit's 2012 winner 'Best New Restaurant in America' - Congrats! Well deserved!

    55555 by Ben


  • Samantha tSit down and have a chat with Mark Twain, then enjoy the prime rib :)

    55555 by Samantha t


  • Jaime R.You can't miss with the fish. Stuart, Katie and team do wonders with red trout.

    55555 by Jaime R.


  • Natalie L.Try the Sweet Corn & Green Chive Shortstack With Mt. Tam Cheese

    55555 by Natalie L.


  • jonathan g.Not an Asian restaurant yet they offer dim sum style service with a few items offered on menu. gets food in your belly quickly.

    55555 by jonathan g.


  • Taylor C.Oh my god. Get the burrata.

    55555 by Taylor C.


  • Steve SGreat stuff up and down the menu, but the State Bird (quail) was the best.

    55555 by Steve S


  • Tasting TableOrder the quail, deep-fried and set on a tangle of soft, lemony onions, then topped with shavings of Parmesan cheese.

    33333 by Tasting Table


  • Lauren H.Loved the quinoa fluke and yuba miso!

    55555 by Lauren H.


  • Alex D.Say yes to everything.

    55555 by Alex D.


  • Beau S.Request the server choose desserts for you; yes, more than one.

    55555 by Beau S.


  • Beau S.Slip the food runner a $20 and you'll eat very well.

    33333 by Beau S.


  • Beau S.Don't order, just take the dishes offered to you until you're satiated. Also, here's a photo of the olive oil ice cream with rhubarb…

    33333 by Beau S.


  • Rachael C.Must try the glazed pork ribs!

    55555 by Rachael C.


  • AskMenThey serve good things like sourdough kraut ricotta & pecorino pancakes until midnight. And there is quail on the menu, served with lemon stewed onions.

    55555 by AskMen


  • KateAll but one table is reservation only. Book Early! Ps no bar area but fat angel and social study are nearby

    55555 by Kate


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