La Taza Latin Bistro
4230 18th St.
San Francisco, CA 94103Neighborhood:
Latin AmericanPrice: $30 and under
La Taza Latin Bistro
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.cafelataza.com/
- Phone: (415) 806-7853
- Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 7:00am - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 7:00am - 10:00pm, Sunday: 7:00am - 3:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Latin American, American, Peruvian
- Executive Chef: Jerry Mendoza
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Beer, Cafe, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine, Wine Bar
- Private Party Facilities: Sun Room available for private parties.
- Private Party Contact: General Manager 4155254921
- Cross Street: Diamond
- Public Transit: MUNI bus lines which serve the area include 24-Divisadero, the 33-Stanyan, and the 48-Quintara/24th Street. BART service which serve the area include 16th Street station and transfer to the #33 bus line, or get off at the 24th Street station and transfer to the #48 bus line.
- Parking: Street Parking
- Parking Details: Street Parking
A word from La Taza Latin Bistro
With a home like atmosphere, plain tables and brighter-than-average lighting, we are proud to announce the appointment of Executive Chef, Jerry Mendoza (formerly of Elite Cafe). Our menu of Latin-American influenced epicurean fare distinguishes this location from of our other coffeehouses that have served San Franciscans since 1997. At La Taza Latin Bistro, you"ll find many of the staples that make our loyal customers return time and time again for thrilling new dishes.Continued
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La Taza Latin Bistro reviews from OpenTable diners
6 reviews since July 31, 2014
- Ambiance3.2Noise LevelModerate
neighborhood gem (4)great for brunch (3)fit for foodies (3)good for groups (2)great for lunch (2)hot spot (1)Show More
- It Has PotentialsorpresivoDined on 8/28/2014This review is for the full-service, seated dinner on the top floor. The menu features a variety of affordable appetizers / small plates and entrees. The various ceviches stood out as being particularly flavorful and tasty. Entree-wise, the halibut looks good on the menu -- but in a city where upscale halibut dishes are creatively presented and more importantly spot-on flavor-wise, this one just didn't match up. The wine list offers some nice varietals that aren't easily found elsewhere. The service was pleasant.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- best hidden secretcircuitdDined on 8/25/2014Brunch is amazing, until you try their dinners. I love this place. Food is perfect every time.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent Servicemtf419VIPDined on 8/10/2014I have never had bad service at LaTaza. The food is much better than the building and menu would suggest, with fresh ingredients prepared expertly and generous portions at a reasonable price. It's easy to locate the cafe downstairs/dining upstairs on a bustling stretch of 18th Street just past Castro Street.Special Features:
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- Very GoodAndrewVIPDined on 7/11/2014There are several places in SF that serve Peruvian cuisine and La Taza holds its own against any of them. The preparations are more rustic and probably closer to the original than what you will find elsewhere. Full service only happens on the top floor of three. It's attentive and perhaps a bit more than you would like. Even then, the whole experience is just fine. On sunny days choose the balcony. For those that eschew mini-chains, La Taza is actually not one of them; though their website implies otherwise. It's the only restaurant of their three "cafe" locations. Good food in somewhat spartan atmosphere makes you feel like you are are getting the real thing. It all works and it tastes great.Special Features: