Join us for Mother's Day brunch!
Sunday, May 13, 2018
I lost track of this restaurant a year ago much to my chagrin, and found it again. The grilled brussels sprouts with lime/fish sauce is a revelation, and my husband and I have tried to recreate several times.
Aside from the fantastic brussels sprouts, this was a wonderful overall experience -Great interior, easy seating, fantastic food, and not too loud, could hold an ordinary conversation. Not too crowded on a Friday evening, and efficient staff. I'd highly recommend the restaurant, and I'm planning on making it an easy go-to in San Francisco.
Would go back
This is always an enjoyable experience from start to finish.
Came here with a couple of friends at night time (8pm). The decor and aesthetic of the area was very nice, small lights hung from the windows. Service was great, servers were very polite, showed concern over allergies etc. The food came out a little slower than expected but the quality was certainly there. The beef tartare was very nice, as was the risotto and soup shots! Would not recommend the breaded chicken, try another dish instead! Cod was excellent.
Great food and great service. Server knew we ordered too much, waited toward the end to re-confirm our last item and saved us from wasting $30 on an extra entre we wouldn't eat.
My husband and I had a perfect Easter brunch. Innovative food and attention to every detail. Fantastic sommelier and wonderful servers. We highly recommend!
Went on a Tuesday evening. It was deserted when we arrived. The ambience was very modern and generic in that hip Bay Area way. The service was slow. There was a long wait between the second and third courses.
Theses my notes about the food that I jotted down whole eating.
Scallops - lukewarm and overkooked
Cod - dry. Not tasty
Crispy chicken - dry over cooked flavorless
French fries in truffle oil - excellent!
Uni pasta - tasty but not much uni flavor
Mischroom risotto - good. Not great but ok
Our meal at 1760 was disappointing. Although I have not dined there in over year, it has been one of my favorites since it opened. The dishes always had an extra unexpected spark with multiple layers of flavor. We tried several dishes last night. None were bad, just average. When compared to prior visits, they rated fair.
I hope the kitchen can recapture it's past glory.
3 of is. Two new to the restaurant. Good food great service.
Simply sublime. Great ambience, carefully curated wine list, great service and the food just wow! Great modern fusion
I really enjoyed the food. Portions are not big, but everything was tasty. Pasta with Uni and burrata and fried rice with crab meat were outstanding . The beef tartar was innovative too. Not cheap - 2 drinks, 2 starters and 2 mains run $150. but this is San Francisco. It was a rainy Wednesday, so it wasn't crowded. But cocktail scene is usually cool . Just stools along the bar, but classy with a neighborhood feel.
Had a great experience. Our waiter, Mackenzie, was awesome and the music was on-point.
We had a great experience.
Absolutely fabulous, as usual! Leisurely divine meal.
Food is pretty salty and there was an overhead light that flickered the entire time. Mildly annoying.
8pm reservations but the hostess forgot to get us at the bar until I approached her at 8:30. Dessert comped thanks but dinner significantly delayed with such late seating
Wonderful experience. We loved the food!
The Filipino-inspired dishes we ordered were disappointing. The lamb lumpia was so-so and the fried olives were just that. Where’s the longanisa? We didn’t taste them at all. The frozen leche flan was too sweet. Next time we’ll try the other dishes on the menu.
My partner and I had eaten here several years ago, and as his daughter has moved into the neighborhood we wanted to celebrate her arrival. We had a mainly excellent meal - particularly enjoyed the "pastrami" trout, english peas, burrata, and duck sandwich. But the pacing was odd (serving the risotto and fries together, with no other course, was carb-heavy even for me; the last dish, the duck, was so late the waitress apologized and we debated just cancelling as we were stuffed). One dish was awful (the uni bucatini) and the waitress noticed we hadn't eaten it, asked why, and then took it off the bill -- good service. So we'd return but be more deliberate in instructions.
We are regular customer in this restaurant, and this time we were really disappointed.We waited more than one hour to be seated!!
Very nice moment with some friends. Food excellent!
Our waitress seemed annoyed by us, other than that, the food and drinks were quite fabulous
Great service, but the food was just ok.
Great! As always
Best place to pair food with champagne in San Francisco! 1760 has a purist devotion to wine and champagne with a deep list spanning from big houses to boutiques. The menu is perfect for nibbling. Despite my reservations about cooked Uni, the Uni pasta was magical. The Monday night special is a deal.
Great Small Plates, had the Burrata, Fried Chicken and Branzino, Desserts were good too
Had a wonderful dinner at 1760 Saturday night enjoying the last part of happy hour then our full dining experience. Service was excellent (Kimkei) and the food could not have been more pleasing. We started with opening a bottle of wine and three appetizers from their happy hour menu. They included fried chicken bites, french fries and pork taco's....they will all be ordered again at our next visit. For our main courses the two standouts were the octopus and duck burger but all were very creatively prepared. This restaurant is a keeper.....
Delicious food !!!
What delicious food. I am looking froward to brussels sprout and a glass of white wine for my next meal there.
We tried a number of dishes and thought everything was great!
We’ve been dining at 1760 since it opened 3 years ago. Always superb! Service, wine, cocktails & expert preparation of food makes it a regular gem for us. Many business dinners there as well. All sorts of taste preference friends who all love the food & experience. Great staff & careful chef oversight with superb food-friendly cocktails & wine come together consistently at 1760 to make it a terrific value.
Sleek modern restaurant with great bar. I would define the food as modern American. The food is a little bit overdone for my liking (a lot happens on the plate with very strong flavors and sauces prevailing), but generally good.
Overall this is a very good place, with good cocktails, a good wine cart and nice service. I would definitely go back
Interesting small plates, some better than others, risotto and scallops were very good. Nice change from other places.
creative cooking. go early-quiet yummy great place
too expensive for what you get
$27 for 3 little scallops...wow!!!
I perused the menu prior to dining there, so I already had some idea of what I wanted to order. Definitely go with the steak tartare and uni bucatini. The tartare was prepared with aromatic herbs - it was so delicious that my husband and I ordered this TWICE. The uni bucatini was delicious as well but very rich, so you'll want to share this dish. Am looking forward to my next visit!
Innovative menu and a fun environment, with a well-curated wine list and a knowledgeable, friendly staff. Portions are generous and intended to be shared family-style, and the dishes were served with perfect timing for our table of five - which was a nice change from the irritating trickle of dishes that happens at typical tapas-styled restaurants. The food is very tasty, with the lamb steak and the spicy pork ribs being particularly memorable. The uni pasta was also well-liked by those of us with more adventurous tastes. The price points are on the higher side, but we found it reasonable for a San Francisco restaurant and the good quality of the food and service. Overall, it was the perfect choice for our post-holiday reunion of friends.
We had a really nice meal here. Interesting, well executed dishes with lots of flavorful veggies. The brussel sprouts were amazing! So was the uni pasta dish! I also had a great cocktail with compari ice cubes! It’s a bit dark and hipsterish but the service was really nice and welcoming. Would recommend and go back.
Food is terrific. Nice salad, verygood octopus, and really flavorful mushroom risotto. On the other hand, our bottle of wine was WAY too cold, even after decanting, even after 30 minutes. Might have been close to 50 degrees at the beginning -- should have been 55 minimum or better at 58-60 to serve. The wine was terrific after it warmed up, but they clearly have a wine storage issue. [Don't think that is true with wines by the glass, which the sommelier serves from a table with multiple bottles awaiting opening.]
I love this place. I brought my niece her husband and her children. They absolutely loved it, the food, drinks and desserts. We had a wonderful experience.