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Incanto

Map & Directions 1550 Church
San Francisco, CA 94131
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415-641-4500
  • Italian
  • Sun 10am-9:30pm, Mon 5:30pm-9:30pm, Wed-Sat 5:30pm-10pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, American Express
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Banquet Facilities
  • Dinner
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted, Online Reservations Available
  • Street

Description

SF Weekly's Description

Charming Noe Valley restaurant offers simple, often flawlessly executed Cal-Italian fare. Fine starters on the ever-changing menu may include yellow pepper and eggplant crostini with arugula salad, sardines with salsa verde, and white bean soup with yellow tomato. Entrées could run from simple pastas such as penne with arugula, cherry tomatoes, and pancetta to pork scaloppine with red corn and gypsy peppers. Extensive Italian wine list.

 
Member Reviews

  • SeanB2021 wrote a review for Incanto
    on 06/24/08
    4

    Featuring traditional dishes favoring the whole animal (head cheese, beef cheeks, lamb tail, etc), accented with fresh greens from the roof garden, Chris Cosintino's menu changes almost daily and offers everything from luscious and familiar meatballs to adventurous northern Italian delights.

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Tips from foursquare

  • ZAGAT on 04/21/10

    Make a special occasion extra carnivorous with a three-course “Leg of Beast” dinner for 6–10 people ($49 per person).

  • Eater on 12/01/10

    Chris Cosentino has revolutionized the way that American chefs treat offal with his work at Incanto, but the restaurant is so much more. [Eater 38 Member]

  • Bravo on 01/27/10

    Italian inspired, with the best and most uniquely prepared offals in the world. -Mike Isabella, Top Chef

  • Travel Channel on 11/30/10

    Chef Chris Cosentino is a high priest of guts. Once a year he sets aside two nights to do a special 5-course, all-gut menu. – Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations

  • Travel Channel on 11/12/12

    One of Incanto's more popular dishes is the bone marrow and beef tongue plate. You will not be disappointed with this order! As seen on Travel Channel’s Food Paradise: Manliest Restaurants 2.

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