good service. bread and salad were excellent but the main plates (sea bass & scallops) were just average.
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When you walk into a restaurant your body has a first impression, good or bad, that is usually born out by the experience. My sister-in-law chose this restaurant based on a previous positive impression. All four of us were disappointed with this visit from the...More
it's snug in there, but if you go early it's lovely. Inventive bar and pleasing wine list. And guaranteed you will get a visit from the chef-owner. Classic French cuisine, nothing experimental. Truly entertaining desserts.
Went to Chapeau for our anniversary. The Check Please! proved out to be right on. Guillem is a first-rate service person and helped us fine tune our selections. My with had Halibut with Fennel Sauce and I had Duck 2 Ways. Everything was flavorful, service...More
Chapeau is a cozy French restaurant in the inner Richmond district. The meals are consistently good and the portion is generous, especially for French food. I have tried seafood, chicken, filet, duck etc and love them all. The dessert is huge and yummy. Each meal...More
This French Bistro is a classic find. Located on Clement Street in San Francisco. You can miss it if you don't know it's there. Very understated BUT the food is superb. Call in advance for reservations as this is a well kept secret but well...More
On our first evening in SF we dined at Chapeau mainly because they serve cassoulet. We were seated promptly by a friendly host and our order was taken by a friendly server who also made recommendations. The wine was delicious, the cassoulet and lamb were...More