Located on the corner of Bush and Mason, we are a friendly neighborhood restaurant serving chef driven cuisine in a cozy atmosphere. We strive to source our ingredients locally, make everything in house, and change our menu with the seasons so our diners always have new interesting dishes to look forward to. Join us for dinner and try a beer from our rotating taps and bottle list, or a glass of wine from our dynamic wine menu. We’re sure you’ll enjoy our unique and creative twist on classic American dishes.
San Francisco, CA 94108
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Sat 5:00 am–7:00 am
Mon–Sat 5:30 pm–11:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate outing, Aliment can accommodate all your special event needs.
Aliment Ratings and Reviews
The menu was limited probably due to the lack of a real kitchen but only a food prep area behind the counter. The food was adequate as was the service but not outstanding. Food arrival was on the slow side. There was a $4.00 charge for an order of bread (4 slices) -- petty and a $1.00 charge for tonic for my gin -- really petty.
Went on a Saturday night around 7:30PM. There was a good crowd but not overly crowded. We started with the brussel sprouts and the cheese board. Both were excellent especially the brussel sprouts. For entrees we had the New York strip steak and the spicy Korean fried chicken. The chicken was very good and it was a good portion size. The steak was mediocre at best, extremely fatty and not much flavor.
Overall the food and service were good. We would definitely come back.
Food was delicious and had a beautiful presentation. The staff were friendly and attentive. Even though we were seated in the loft which feels a bit far away from the kitchen and main bar area we felt very well taken care of. We would definitely eat here again. Be sure to try the popcorn infused creme brulee!
Everything was noteworthy here—in a town where it is hard to stand out. We loved the Pine Street micro brewery selections—pale ale and an IPA—and one in our party had a excellent margarita type cocktail. We shared the brussell sprouts and the cauliflower sides to start—very tasty and singularly delicious. Not overly fried. Thanks! Then some of us had the korean style fried chicken and others had the steak (cooked rare, just like I asked for) covered in oven fried/roasted sweet potato cubes, thankfully not too oily. Sprinkled with lovely greens. The chicken was crispy and tender. The korean sauce was sweet and spicy. Yum. We shared the chocolate and creme brulee desserts. The ambiance was fun and comfortable. We four sat downstairs with 2 bench seats and could view the food and cocktail prep. Fun and great meal. We’re coming back.
We were at a memorial service a few blocks away and spontaneously wanted to grab dinner afterwards. I did a search and this came up and the menu looked great. We sat upstairs which was cool - downstairs is nice too but probably a bit louder so it was nice upstairs, a bit quieter but we could see all the action over the balcony. We split our meal - app, main and dessert - because we'd eaten a bit prior to dinner - and it was a great. Loved the burger with bacon jam, split the curry soup - very good. Chocolate cake was a little dry / bland but overall a great spot and I'd go again.
Wonderful meal! I started with their fantastic rendition of a Bloody Mary (a wonderful surprise delivered in a copper vessel) - and the food was splendidly prepared as well. I particularly recommend their Brussels Sprouts, certainly the best I've eaten and I'm a fan of that strange little cabbage.
The food was really good but most entrees seemed to be smaller portions. The waiters were all nice but they were not attentive. They checked in about 4 times within the first five minutes to get our drink orders (a bit too frequent). But then didn't check in on our food once it arrived, and we had to ask for water, the check, and track them down a few times.
Fantastic service, but our meal (both main courses) were incredibly salty, like accidentally spilled the salt shaker salty. Dish concepts were good but poorly executed. Might come back for happy hour but probably not dinner...
Thank you for making my birthday dinner so special! It was all of our first time at Aliment and it left a great impression and start to our night. We shared appetizers and really enjoyed all - so fresh and well crafted. Each of us ordered different entrées and loved them. The caipirinha was so good! And thank you for the generous dessert - you guys really went above and beyond for us. Our server was incredibly sweet and efficient. Thanks and see you next time!
This restaurant is very consistent with their quality service and food. The décor is chic and simple. The location is great as well. Their cocktails are some of the best that I've had in the city and well worth the price.
Ordered a burger, medium well, which arrived medium rare. The kitchen replaced it but it didn't arrive until the companion's meal was completely eaten. They offered an apology but given the time delay, some accommodation (dessert/drink/discount) would have been appropriate. Our server was also pretty inattentive.
Aliment was perfect for a casual dinner on a sweltering SF evening. Lots of great choices-- especially salads and lighter fare, though the pork chop at the next table looked amazing! Service was attentive and friendly. Would definitely recommend to friends and will be back. BTW I dined alone this time and was treated extremely well-- this isn't always the case at some restaurants, so thanks Aliment for a terrific evening!
When introduced to the menu (nice menu with 6-8 options per course) we were told some options no longer available. This was a surprise on a Monday, but can happen. Then after we'd ordered the waitress returned to inform the wine and some food we ordered were also no longer available. To top it all the NY strip we ordered was served on a stone cold plate, making the sauce inedible and the meat cold when eating. Despite the multiple recommendations etc. a disappointing experience.
Our last night in San Francisco and such a disappointment...Second floor ambiance was non-existent and stifling. Very limited menu and they were already out of what we wanted by 6:45pm which is inexcuseable. My fish was overcooked and presentation average. Would never go back - San Fran has so many phenomenal restaurants - this was not one of them.
This restaurant greets you with a bright and modern entry filled with lively conversation. The staff are friendly and fun, make sure you are having a good meal and a good experience. The menu features healthy along with hearty. All ingredients were fresh and beautiful. Very interesting and tasty drink menu with a wine list that fit the offerings very well. I had a steak while there and it was done perfectly enough to make me think I'd love to go back there again just for that item. I shared a citrus salad with my visiting friend that was yummy - and enough for two. And my friend enjoyed her dinner which featured an Australian fish and herbs. This is definitely a good find and convenient to Union Square if you are in the area. Nearby garage parking that was inexpensive also made this an easy winner.
Awesome. Sat down for dinner at 6:00 p.m. So many food options so many beer options. Took our time and ate and drank slowly. Left at 9:30 p.m. Never got rushed. Staff happy to let us try a sip of a few beers before we selected what we want. PLUS, they have Moonlight Brewing beer on tap (not available in a bottle) and this Santa Rosa brewer is one of the absolute best brewers in the country! The pork was fantastic. Finger licking good. Must go back!
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