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#3 of 9709 places to eat in San Francisco
ClosedOpens at 17:00
Italian, French, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $75-150
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470 Pacific Ave
San Francisco, California, USA
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Enjoy Jackson Square by default, the clients' piece of advice is to visit this restaurant as well. Dishes of French and Italian cuisines can be ordered at Quince. Have a good time here and share mouthwatering caviar, lamb and truffle risotto with your friends. Order tasty lemon pie, chocolate cakes and panna cotta. Delicious chardonnay, champagne or martinis are among the most popular drinks at this place. Come here and order great hot chocolate, espresso or white tea.

Come to this spot to organize any event or party. Many guests mark that the staff is appealing at this restaurant. Visitors say that the service is fabulous here. Quince offers you attractive prices for yummy meals. The divine decor and exotic ambiance let clients feel relaxed here. It's a three-star Michelin restaurant that deserves a special journey.

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If anyone looks for a 3 star Michelin restaurant in San Francisco, Quince in our opinion ranks at the very top. Our special request on the menu, a particular wine selection for one of our attendees who is a connoisseur, the table's location and of course, the attentive staffs, all A+. One of our guests enjoyed the experience so much that he is coming back with a group of 10 to celebrate his daughter's birthday. Well done Quince.
My girlfriend and I ate at Quince, our first Michelin three-star restaurant experience.  Service was fantastic at every step.  They called a week in advance to ask about dietary restrictions.  We received a menu with a happy birthday greeting for her printed on it.  Each course arrived at the appropriate time.  Wait staff were all very friendly and knowledgable about the food, attentive but not overly so.  On the way out the door, I was handed a hot chocolate and my girlfriend--who had reported a chocolate intolerance--received a chai tea. Ambience was elegant and understated in dark tones.  Music was quiet and varied (including some hip hop!).  Dining room was moderately private, with other parties seated close by. Food was delicious.  Every bite had a unique flavor.  But some entrees were little more than one bite.  I anticipated small portion size but a couple of these were laughably so.  Three thumbnail-sized paper-thin chips of something delicious might have been twice that many.  The meat entree was five bitesize pieces of lamb.  My favorite dish of the evening was a wonderful cold tomato soup, served creatively in frozen ice bowls.  Though the bowls were small, they could have easily held double the minuscule amount we received.  Wanting to ask for another two ounces of soup made me feel like Oliver Twist. I spent over $1,000 with tip and valet parking and could have easily spent more.  We purchased the $85 caviar upgrade but ordered only a half-bottle of wine and no aperitifs.  I left the restaurant a bit hungry, which was a bit disappointing.  I recommend Quince for its high-level experience as long as diners know what to expect.  My five-foot-two girlfriend left sated.  Six-foot-plus males with big appetites, like me, should have a little snack before dinner.
Great food, kind knowledgeable and friendly staff, good decor, cant ask for much more. Came here with my wife for anniversary/honeymoon just days after the French Laundry. We liked Quince better in almost every way.
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470 Pacific Ave, San Francisco, California, USA
Сredit cards accepted No delivery No takeaway Parking Booking No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 17:30-21:00
TuesdayTue 17:30-21:00
WednesdayWed 17:30-21:00
ThursdayThu 17:30-21:00
FridayFri 17:00-21:30
SaturdaySat 17:00-21:30

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