San Francisco, CA 94133
SF Weekly's Description
Coi is the home of gifted, adventurous chef Daniel Patterson, who showcases his refined and sophisticated California-French cooking in two nightly prix-fixe dinners, a multi-course tasting menu and a four-course meal with several choices per course. The dining room is calm, windowless, suffused with golden light. Expensive and worth it. The adjacent lounge has a separate, much less pricey, list of about a dozen simpler dishes.
Tips from foursquare
On a lonely stretch of Broadway, Daniel Patterson combines modern technique with the best ingredients from local farms to create a four-star restaurant. [Eater 38 Member]
While certainly not an affordable wine list, there are quality wines. A relative value, Sardegna’s Capichera (‘dry floral whites’) is renowned for its top-flight, full-bodied vermentino. A real treat.
Opt to sit in the formal dining room for an inventive, gastropub-esque chef's tasting menu and active participation of all five senses, or relax in the lounge with hearty, delicious comfort food.
Enjoy outstanding cuisine, featuring one of the best Fine Dining experiences (Tasting Menu with 11 courses at $135) in the city! Reservations needed for Dining Room...
SF Weekly's Best of Winner 2010 - Editorial Pick - BEST HIGH-END STEAL
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