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Not just one of San Francisco's best restaurants, but world-class. Everything on Zuni Cafe's short menu is reliably superb, from the oysters to the homey desserts. Judy Rodgers' Mediterranean-influenced, New American menu is hearty, and well-flavored food varies from the simplest dishes to ones with complex, layered flavors. Her signature dish at this Civic Center restaurant is a plump, juicy roasted chicken, served on a bed of warm bread salad, for two.
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Here's some good news from the food desk: Starting July 16, author/editor/good person Anna Roth will take over the role of S.F. Weekly's lead food writer, restaurant critic, and SFoodie blog wran... More »
Everyone likes a good revenge movie. They are tops on my list, especially old samurai flicks. The best ones take place after the warrior system has broken down, when the ronin (masterless soldiers) are wandering aimlessly through Japan trying to... More »
Zuni Tunes It's been more than 20 years since Zuni began orchestrating its classic San Francisco symphony of clinking glasses, buzzing bar, and diners singing the praises of its legendary roasted chicken and Caesar salad. But the restaurant will... More »
We can think of no better way to while away a weekend morning-into-early-afternoon than seated at a table, either within sight of Market Street or tucked away in one of Zuni's many corners (up a few stairs, around an angle, down a few steps), enjoying iced oysters, a seafood platter, a divine Caesar salad, a pizza, a stellar burger on focaccia, cereallike soft polenta topped with mascarpone, or chef Judy Rodger's signature roast chicken for two, not to mention brunchy egg dishes (Sundays... More »
There's so much other good stuff on the menu at Zuni that we tend to forget that the place makes the juiciest, most delicious hamburger around: 6 ounces of Niman Ranch beef, ground in-house, served on rosemary focaccia with garden lettuces, garlicky aioli, and the restaurant's own famous pickles. The basic burger is $11.50, and you can customize it with Gruyère ($1.50), Gorgonzola ($1.50), portobello mushroom ($1.50), or grilled onions (75 cents). What the hell, throw in an order of... More »
It's the simplest thing on the menu at the wonderful Zuni Café, just a bowlful of creamy, corny polenta topped with a drizzle of mascarpone or shards of sharp Parmesan, but it's one of the most satisfying dishes we've ever had. We always order one for the table, and it disappears with alacrity. More »
Zuni is all about oysters -- well, and roasted chicken and people-watching, too -- the shucking of oysters, the slurping of them, the absolute Zen of them. The venue provides the classic setting in which to consume a platter: The battered zinc bar is present and accounted for, a long and fetching array of iced mollusks is displayed behind it, the varieties are noted on a chalkboard hanging above, and there's a chattering, hungry crowd enjoying draft beers and icy martinis along with their... More »
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