The money centered wine pairing descriptions turned us off. Beautiful platings.
Wonderful place for special occasions. Food was great except the A5 waygu beef was a bit chewy. The wine selection was just right. You can randomly pick a wine and it will matched the food very well. I recommend this place if you can handle the price.
Perfection. Keiko à Nob Hill is the best restaurant in San Francisco every night it is open. Truly an extraordinary treat.
It was excellent.
Don't know where to start, the service was very bad; we have been seated and left alone for 20 minutes after arriving. When politely asking for certain items and information from the menu we were met with an attitude that does not belong in the service industry. The sommelier was inexperienced and arrogant. He didn't know what wines were paired with each courses. He never brought the wine bottles to the table and when asked, he told us bringing the bottles won't be affecting the taste of the wines. We didn't get the wine pairing until the third course was served and the the pour was barely enough to fill a shot glass; definitely not worth paying 148 dollars for the quality of the wines and the barely there pours. The foods of mixed quality and didn't deliver any culinary experience worth noting. The attitude of the staff was clear: customers are not right and the staff know it all.
We have dined in the best Michelin star restaurants across the globe and this place makes us seriously question the credibility of the Michelin guide. We experienced a better service at the DMV with a better attitude - We are never going back.
Excellent food and wine in understated, elegant, comfortable, friendly, and nicely quiet environment
Always an amazing meal. Each course is delicious and beautifully presented. The Magnifique wine pairing includes rare wines and really enhances the food experience. The restaurant is a little jewel box, and a wonderful place to celebrate a special occasion.
The meticulous art of each dish was matched by the fusion of subtle flavors - every course was a delight. The reception and service throughout the evening was warm and inviting, and culturally informative. The owner was gracious in spending time with us to explain the origins of the unusual ingredients.
Our only negative was finding a $16 charge for the two single cups of coffee offered at the end of the evening.
Amazing and beautiful food...friendly service...we will definitely go back!
2nd time visiting this restaurant and brought 2 guests from Japan. Everyone was overwhelmed by the food and service. Been to a dozen restaurants on the CNN top 50 lost. Keiko a Nob Hill is right up there with all of them