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561 Valencia St (btwn 16th & 17th St)
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States
(map) (415) 487-1600
  • 89.6
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his burger, offered medium rare, well done, or with bone marrow, brought me to a place of burger nirvana that I won't forget about anytime soon.
Lauren Sloss
Serious eats

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  • "
    Many dishes on the 15-item savory menu are pure and exciting, but working my way through most of them I left slightly perplexed and unsatisfied.

    SFGate

    84
  • "
    Each dish feels as if it was gathered from top Eastern European chefs, but interpreted thorough a keen California eye.

    San Francisco Chronicle

    91
  • "
    his burger, offered medium rare, well done, or with bone marrow, brought me to a place of burger nirvana that I won't forget about anytime soon.

    Serious eats
    93
  • "
    Chef Kronner’s contemporary Northern Californian cuisine, combined with those heavenly slices of Tartine bread, is an unstoppable force that will enthrall your palate and leave you completely devoid of any self-control.

    kelseats.com
    93
  • "
    the menu is very adventurous and original, mostly focused on fresh, seasonal vegetables

    testerfoodblog
    91
  • "
    His Hungarian roots may be what you first notice upon reading the menu, but Balla's imagination is what lingers long after the meal is done.

    sfweekly.com
    92