San Francisco Restaurants ?Exploring the variety

Posted by sffoodtour on September 11th, 2017

What are you really in the mood for? A delicious spice-rubbed beef or some fresh fish? Perhaps some interesting blend food is more your style? Whatever food tickles your fancy, you will find it in bustling San Francisco food tours.


Harris's Restaurant has a well-deserved reputation. This elegant dining establishment specializes in legumes which are cooked to perfection. It's thought to be one of the most "best of the best," and the support is out of the world. You will feel as though you're being spoiled as you cut into a house-aged beef and revel in decadent scalloped potatoes. Somewhat expensive, but worth every cent.

Boboquivari's Steak the Crab could be seen at 1450 Lombard Street. It is more relaxed than the typical steakhouse, with its fabulous decor and adapting service. Most of all, you will be raving about the steaks for ages. Try out the bone-in filet mignon and the twice-baked curry, and you'll never return.

Creative Fusion Food

SF can be home to pleasure fusion restaurants which combine two unique cuisines. One of the finest is Saha Arabic Fusion Restaurant, which may be seen at 1075 Sutter Street. The ambiance is lavish with a lot of cushions and glowing candles. The portions are ample, and the dishes meld traditional Arabic food with imaginative touches. Saha also has excellent vegetarian and vegetarian options such as the yummy vegetarian Bastilla.

You will find Roy's restaurant at the heart of SoMa at 575 Mission Street.

This San Francisco restaurant provides Hawaiian fusion cuisine and fun cocktails. Order the mango mojito or the Hawaiian martini (a mix of pineapples with vanilla and vanilla vodka). The macadamia nut crusted Mahi Mahi, and the ponzu drizzle salmon will have you begging for more. And nobody must leave Roy's without wanting the caramel macadamia tart dessert!

Scrumptious and fresh seafood

It is not surprising that being near the sea makes San Francisco restaurants excellent options for fish. Make Sure to check out the Swan Oyster Deport, at 1517 Polk Street. The service is excellent, and you're going to love the happy atmosphere. The portions are generous and more efficiently priced. The food is remarkable! Order the chowder along with the new oysters, and you are going to have a treat.

The restaurant is cozy and will find a little loud when it is packed, but the food is what speaks volumes. The lobster ravioli are so packed that they almost explode with meat and develop with a tasty cream sauce.

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