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Cafe Jacqueline

Map & Directions 1454 Grant
San Francisco, CA 94133
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415-981-5565
  • French
  • Sun, Wed-Sat 5:30pm-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Private Party
  • Dinner
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted
  • Street

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SF Weekly's Description

The reason that this quirky little French restaurant still shows up in most-romantic-restaurant lists isn't the fact that Jacqueline Margulis makes each of the savory and sweet soufflés on her short menu for two people. It's that diners are there for the evening, spending a few hours splitting a bottle of wine and waiting for their soufflés to be made to order, the conversation becoming as intimate as their familiarity with the North Beach cafe's weathered wood floorboards and pale blue-green walls. Breach the golden dome of Margulis's airy savory soufflés - gruyere, mushroom, seafood - and they take an eon to collapse. (It takes several bites, in fact, to realize how rich they are.) And the lemon, chocolate, and Grand Marnier soufflés, even more ethereal, are the stuff to inspire envy in molecular gastronomists.

 
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  • James Y. on 03/29/09

    Order a souffle, any souffle. They are sublime. Start with a savory and end with a sweet one. You can't go wrong. Be prepared to eat for at least one hour, so avoid awkward dates.

  • Shadi M. on 07/23/09

    Every course is a souffle! Love it...want to try it..but I heard it can take a while

  • Kevin H. on 05/14/10

    The crab souffle cannot be beat

  • baris a. on 12/14/09

    Great souffles with a glass of Sauternes!

  • Serious Eats on 04/21/14

    Cafe Jacqueline is a tiny all-souffle restaurant made for a romantic night out. Your meal will be bookended with one savory and one sweet souffle.

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