Located in the historic Pacific Bell building in San Francisco’s South of Market and Financial Districts. The contemporary design seamlessly blends the Art Deco building with steel accents for a setting that is both modern and inviting.View Private Dining Details
Another wonderful Moroccan meal--this time, lunch. Had dinner several times, but never lunch. The lunch menu isn't as extensive as dinner, but fun and imaginative, with plenty of ideas to make mid-day great. Greeting & service impeccable--as good as, or better than, the best restaurants in San Francisco--kind, thoughtful and smart. You think you've had an avocado toast appetizer until you've had Mourad's--first layer is albacore--stacks of avocado over it--amazing! We ordered the smoked salmon & the couscous (with veggies) entrees--and shared them. Couscous yummy & flavorful, and the smoked salmon was thick and seared, and perfectly (yes!) prepared--totally delicious. Dessert was called "chocolate", but was indescribable--that's saying a lot from chocolate lovers. Perfect lunch--thank you, Mourad.
Excellent restaurant, service a bit indifferent
Of the Michelin restaurants I’ve been to in SF, probably a dozen, this is one of my favorites. The food is incredible as is the service. Great flavors, highly innovative, presentation is impeccable. If you can get a seat at the glass upstairs and watch the kitchen it’s a masterpiece. Overall exceptional.
Very enjoyable family style dinner
We had a great time. The restaurant layout is nice, and we had a great table overlooking the kitchen. The service is very attentive and friendly, really top notch. We got the tasting menu and beverage pairing which was almost all outstanding. The only things I didn’t love were the duck from the tasting menu (just not wild about that style of preparing it), and the ribeye which I felt was a bit over sauced. This is just my opinion of course. But we had a wonderful time and would recommend it to others for a special occasion.
Think the bloom is a bit off the rose at Mourad. My husband and I first went here a couple of times when it opened - a very "happening" place, great service, pricey food but unique and delicious enough to be worth it. We took out of town friends there for dinner on Friday night and it was a bit of a disappointment. The decor still stuns but we were able to change our reservation at the last minute from 8 to 6:15 on a Friday night - our first sign that it wasn't the impossible reservation it used to be. We were seated at a table for four in the middle of the DR with two empty large booths on either side. We asked to be seated there (for more comfy seating and a bit more quiet), the waitress had to ask her manager (really?) and came back and said they were reserved for special occasions. I said we had a reservation . . . but to no avail. About an hour later, two young men very casually dressed sat in one of these large booths and the other had a family with a small child. Special occasions? Uh, no. The service was fine but the prices are extraordinary for what you get. The menu has such a large selection of foods you've never heard of, we found it hard to even choose one appetizer we thought we'd eat. Wound up sharing the whole chicken ($75!!!!) and the short ribs ($145???) with the sides. Dinner was certainly yummy but for these prices, I'd pick Boulevard every time. We won't be going back to Mourad any time soon.
The Valentines Day tasting menu and wine pairing were sublime! Service exceptional.
Fantastic food and ambiance!
We look forward to coming back and recommend Mourad to friends
Amazing food and service! The ambience was perfect.
They did great, as always. It was nice that they put us in a booth. Waiters and servers were excellent. Food was great as well.