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.
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...
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.
SF Weekly's Best of Winner 2010 - Editorial Pick - BEST HIGH-END STEAL
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