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Delicious, sophisticated fare served in an urban setting South of Market. Chef Ola Fendert prepares fresh, seasonal, mostly organic food, new American cooking with French and Italian accents: We love the deceptively simple fish, flesh, and fowl, roasted, seared, or grilled, served atop well-thought-out vegetables. A bar runs the length of the place. And a definite plus is that the kitchen is open late.
Sweet little loungy place in SOMA. The food is good, the mini baked apple pie even better. Bartenders are great, so eating at the bar is totally cool. Dark setting with booths that seat a good amount of people. Probably a fun place after work. I would frequent this place if I lived in San Fran.
It was eerie, the other morning, waking up to news of Susan Sontag's death, when I had had a gastronomic memory of her only the night before, sitting alongside the exposed-brick wall in Oola, South of Market, which reminded me of one of my... More »
Too many salads served under the proud name of Caesar don't fulfill the mandate of this dish: The lettuce is neither romaine nor served in whole leaves, the eggless dressing is watery, there's a timid hand with the garlic, and all too often the anchovies have gone entirely missing. Not so at Oola, where you'll find a sublime Caesar salad, a stack of crisp romaine leaves drenched in a brave dressing, pungent with garlic, sharp with anchovies, and salty with Parmesan, topped with more silky... More »
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