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When we finish the dinner, we have a cup of tea in paper cup which is complimentary . I feel it’s kind of wired. Usually in Michelin star restaurants, they will give a small box of treats to their clients, not a cup of tea in a blank paper cup.
Everything worked out in the end and was good! I really liked the meat and seafood, but wasn’t a huge fan of the vegetables. I also really liked the in house cocktail at the end of the meal.
Great restaurant with great service
Simply unbelievable. Thank you 100 times.
The food was excellent the service was friendly and efficient. Another patron was loud crude and made for a slight interruption in the dining experience After having been to Quince multiple times before that was a first. Most patrons enjoy but try not bother others
El precio es altísimo y no paga la comida,’es muy buena,
Pero un plato por ejemplo es solo 1 espárrago 🙄🙄🙄
La carne que fue cordero no eran ni 60 gramos
Beautiful and very special dining experience. Service was impeccable with nothing left to be desired. Food presentation was meaningful and well done with all of the courses providing a good variety of taste for what is currently in season. Thank you for our experience, it was a night to remember!
Another delightful meal from this beautiful and charming restaurant. The dinner comprises many courses, ranging from good to excellent to superb. I’ll discuss three in particular.
An extraordinary dish of white asparagus poached at table side in a transparent glass pot was crispy and delicate, just superb. It was accompanied by mushrooms stuffed with green garlic. This dish definitely epitomizes Quince: fun, memorable, beautiful presentation, great ingredients exquisitely prepared.
The dessert was easily the best I’ve had in years. Perfect, sweet strawberries with a very light, airy meringue and shortcake, with coriander cooled with liquid nitrogen to give a fresh but cool, crispy counterbalance. Apparently there is a new pastry chef and the pastries, this and some great mignardises, were really wonderful. The strawberries I’m told were from the restaurant’s private farm and were great.
I’d have thought it was too early for tomato salad but a salad with fresh cherry tomatoes and supercooled cucumber granita.
This is the kind of meal that I and my companion will probably talk about for months. Lots of very complex dishes with extremely fresh ingredients.
Service and ambience are top notch.
Very disappointed for 3 star restaurant. I went to Saison the same week and was much more impressed. Food was okay. Our main server was consistent but half of the other servers seem like they hated their job. I expected a more consistency coming from a 3 Michelin star restaurant. I rather spend my money at Saison.
Would not recommend or go back.
Went here with a few friends while visiting SF. Hands down one of the best experiences of my life. The food was phenomenal. Our waitress Laila and waiter Juan made the evening so personal. There was a bartender named Michael that is a true savant and created drinks that were just as interesting and tasty as the meal. Unlike other high end places, we were full at the end of the meal. There wasn’t a single moment that wasn’t exceptional. I’d give it a 4th star if I could. Thank you Quince!!!
This is my 5th visit to quince. Must say was very disappointing.
The menu was very monotone, and at the end not interesting.
The portions: microscopic, don’t recall ever leaving quince hungry, well we did! And my wife eats little and she left hungry. Guys took it too far.
We missed the bigger portions and more traditional pasta dishes. The lamb I was served was, one byte... the pasta was super small... but plenty of bread! Thanks God we had all that bread.
Yesterday serving was clearly giving an homage to greens , peas, etc however lacked contrast, something to break it up.
The desert tray, serving microscopic deserts, felt like when you get the business class United desert tray. Not trying to be funny, felt very similar.
And because the wine pairing was generous on top you get a big drunk too quickly. Not a great balance to have that much drinks and so little food.
The bread was great.
Service was 5 stars, and all of that was great.
Not worth going.
Quince was an extraordinary experience , in food service and ambience . Eating a course in the kitchen while the the chefs went about their work was a treat .
Just a complete satisfactory experience as always at Quince. Worthy to be a 3 michelin restaurant.
Amazing experience, food and service are excellent.
I highly recommend it!
World class on every level. This is an experience you’ll cherish.
This is the best restaurant in the US I have eaten at from every perspective. Quince is more than worthy of three stars from Michelin. Thank you Quince for making our 40th anniversary a memorable one.
I was disappointed in two things for a 3 star restaurant:
—my reservation was for 5:30 and since I was hosting I got there at 5:25 pm to be able to greet my guests. They told me that they were not open yet and to wait outside. I can understand that but a more graceful solution would be for them to ask me to wait inside their air conditioned room instead of in the 94 degree heat outside. Or, to ask people NOT to arrive before 5:30.
—the server asked my guest to my left if he wanted the Wine List. I said I would like it instead since I was hosting. Instead of her walking behind my guest and give it to me, she handed it to me across from him, sort of shoveling it by his nose. A major faux pas!
Quince is a once in a lifetime experience. The ambiance was majestically set, the food, exquisitely prepared and service was excellent. We were thrilled to find out there was so much more in the "flower pot" where the appetizer was presented and there were at least 4 items that was presented to our delight. When I found my drink too bitter, I commented on this to Dominic, and he immediately changed it as a courtesy. Our menu was personalized to say "Happy Birthday Richard" and that was a nice touch. The experience was so unique we could not believe it actually took a total of over 3 hours for all 10 courses to get served and enjoyed. All dishes were served and explained by different staff; however, when we had a question about a certain dish, we asked just any server and to our surprise, they knew the contents of each dish. That was very impressive. The dessert rolling tray was fun, but I thought they would leave it for a little longer in case we decided which ones we wanted seconds for.
Perhaps it would be better if there were at least two main meat courses to choose from rather than having to pay an additional cost, or at least lower the price to do so. On the evening we went, lamb was the only option so I chose to upgrade. I did the same with the caviar. I don't feel it was necessary to charge so much either. Overall, it was quite a memorable dinner. The menus were saved for us at the exit as well as hot strawberry chamomile for the drive back. Thank you!
Excellent food and service as always. We were a party of three with two young adults that were fairly new to the fine dining scene. Everything about Quince blew their minds and it will be a birthday celebration to be remembered for many years to come. Thank you to the entire staff for making such a memorable evening for us all.
Overall a very nice dinner. At times servers were difficult to understand when describing the dishes and wine pairing. Barolo wine served was referred to as being a 2010 when it was a 2011 and was advised it was from Barolo rather then La Morra. Would expect a perfect understanding of wines being served from a 3 star restaurant.
Very satisfied. We celebrated a birthday and got complimentary birthday cake!
Delicious food and nice service
What can I say? Perfect in all ways
Amazing dinner. Wine pairings were excellent. Loved the thoughtfulness that went into each course Service completely on point for the level of restaurant. Each star is deserved!
They deserve all three of those stars. Brilliant service, superlative food.
Easily the most amazing dining experience I’ve ever had. Every detail of the restaurant is beautifully curated and well-executed and the staff is both knowledgeable and attentive. Each course and paired wine is perfectly balanced, thoughtfully presented and absolutely delicious. And I will talk about the bar’s vintage amari offering and, specifically, the “1970s Negroni” for the rest of my life.
Loved it! Service was impeccable and food was creative and delicious.
Wonderful atmosphere. Excellent service. Food was beautifully prepared and presented. Creative and delicious menu. Only drawback, the pasta dishes were below par.
our first time back since having been awarded its ***. and well deserved! Here from NYC so arrived 5:30 given the time difference and restaurant already buzzing. escorted graciously to a requested side by side corner table, the decor is subtle, soothing, and quite upscale. we began with rose champagne while perusing the prix fixe menu which was patiently explained in detail. began with several delicious and creative amuse bouches and enjoyed our caviar first course with our champagne. Bottle of red Morey St. Denis was chosen with the help of sommelier Aaron Babcock, was within our price range, complex, with lovely bouquet and TOO easy to drink. Helas! our favorite dishes were green and white asparagus w morel mushrooms, peas in their pod (fresh, complex yet able to deconstruct on the palate) and Sonoma duck.
We were celebrating our anniversary, and we were asked if we wanted to tour the kitchen.
We were escorted in and to our surprise a small table was set up, our wine was brought along, and we were able to enjoy our pasta course while seated in the bustling cuisine, working with total precision. where we were introduced to the chef, whom we congratulated, comparing our experience to my birthday celebration 6 months earlier in Paris with the world acclaimed Guy Savoy. Later, when we returned to the dining room, the charming owner, Michael Tusk, came to our table and spent a good 5-10 mins discussing SF and other restaurants we might enjoy.
the service was world class and the entire team deserves a mention.
in summary, the definition of a three star is "worth the trip". We will keep an eye on airfares and hope to
return to re-experience this magnificent dining extravaganza
Unbelievable sequence of exquisite small plates. Fantastic experience!!
We celebrated my husbands birthday here. It was a special birthday as my husband had open heart surgery 6 months ago and has recovered. We previously had a reservation last November to celebrate my birthday at Quince, but needed to cancel because of my husbands surgery. So, this celebration was truly meaningful as a dual celebration.
Food and service was excellent. I loved all the dishes and the service was impeccable. Highly recommend everyone try this restaurant - it was truly a special, special meal. Presentation and food were excellent. In my opinion, worth the splurge.
A truly wonderful experience, and a gem in San Francisco. Very friendly staff, a quiet and sophisticated ambiance, exceptional service, and outstanding dishes. Quite a treat.
Absolutely one of the best restaurants in the world! Loved it!!
Overall generally satisfied with the dinner, but there were a few disappointing aspects I felt compelled to write about given the level of status of this restaurant. The tasting menu was highly vegetable (if not vegetarian) focused, which is fine. However, I would have liked to see a specific seafood dish. While the first course did include caviar and another included one oyster, it would have been nice to see the execution of a fish plating. Two, while the service staff was attentive and nice, when asked about cooking technique and ingredients their responses fell flat. When eating at a restaurant of this status you want to hear the story behind the dish. Why and how was it created? Give a bit of meaning behind it and be an extension of the chef and the kitchen staff. They were a little off in that circumstance. Finally, the sommelier was absolutely awful and the corresponding wine pairing was outrageously expensive. At $275 for the wine pairing, you are completely undermining the value and work behind the $285 tasting menu. Most guests do not care you are pouring a 1994 Burgundy or 1996 chardonnay or 2009 Cristal. Any sommelier can open an expensive bottle and serve it. The sommelier was unbelievably impersonal. Did not introduce himself, did not explain WHY he chose these pairings and what we should be tasting, just came over poured the first pairing and gave a very canned and generalized description of the wine to every table assuming we knew exactly what he was talking about. Very disappointing experience and absolutely not worth the cost! Highlights were the exceptional bartender who was the exact opposite of the sommelier. Explained why, what, how, with flawless execution of the drinks. My girlfriend also did not want the squab dish and they kindly replaced it with an magical ravioli (although once again a vegetarian dish). Overall a good experience but not three star Michelin. With so many other fine dining options in SF, you expect the best. It fell flat
Quince is always a great experience. Highly professional and attentive staff. Presentation, quality and taste of the food is top notch.
A lot of courses and food. Plan 2-3 hours but yummy!
Awesome experience! So glad we spent the night with such a great staff.
Dining at Quince is truly an unforgettable experience. Every course is utterly delectable and expertly crafted by a truly talented kitchen team. We were lucky enough to be invited into the kitchen, where we were served an additional course: suckling pig ravioli 😋 needless to say, it was fantastic. We will definitely be back. Quince is something special.