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Sabrosa's kitchen offers guests the opportunity to enjoy recipes rooted in culture and brimming with authentic Mexican flavors. Influenced by Jose's experience growing up on his family’s farm in Guanajuato, Mexico, each dish is prepared with ingredients derived from the organic and sustainable agricultural bounty of Northern California.
From the bar guests can indulge in simple and seasonal cocktails made to compliment Jose's dishes. Sabrosa's bar program is lead by mixology veteran Matt Stanton, and offers a variety of hand crafted cocktails and margaritas, an expansive beer and wine list, and over 24 thoughtfully selected tequilas and mezcals.
San Francisco, CA 94123
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday-Friday, 12pm to 3:30pm
Limited Menu: Monday-Sunday, 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Dinner: Sunday-Thursday, 5:30pm to 10:00pm
Dinner: Friday and & Saturday, 5:30pm to 11pm
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday, 11am to 3:30pm
Bar: Monday, 4pm to 2am & Tuesday-Sunday, 12pm to 2am
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Plenty of street parking available. Parking garage located off Webster and Lombard enter off Webster.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Sabrosa Ratings and Reviews
The food is overpriced and terrible. $12 for guac and SOGGY chips and you only get one scoop of guac, I don't understand how they can get away with charging $12 for one smashed up avocado and soggy chips. We also ordered the breakfast burrito and it was disgusting and oily. Yes, chorizo is oily but this was like dripping with oil and the only other thing that came in the burrito were eggs. No onion, no tomato, no potatoes, no beans... just oily chorizo and eggs. The Enchiladas were tiny and the sauce was way too salty. The bus boy hit on my friend asking her if her boobs were real. I will never come here again and will also make an effort to deter friends from coming here.
We decided to celebrate our birthdays here since one of us had been there before. The food was over priced and lacked authenticity considering what it claimed to be. The environment went from cozy brunch to wild party—with loud music, obnoxious patrons and the service disappeared.WE WILL NEVER RETURN. Waste of money
Went here for dinner. Food was very good, cocktails were great too. The thing that does not make this a good dining experience is that the music in this place is so LOUD, me and my date had to yell at each other to converse. It was really distracting and hard to enjoy dinner. At about 10:15p, the servers started turning the tables over I guess to turn it into the bar-only place this becomes. Seemed a bit early to kick diners out and make room for the bar crowd, but whatever. Although the food was quite good, the noise level was too much. I wouldn't come back here for dinner, maybe just for drinks.
We wanted to try this neighborhood spot and were looking forward to it. There were 3 of us for an early dinner. The place was empty but service was still slow throughout. As for the food, we started with guacamole and well, like no other. Cucumbers?? The tacos were wet and sloppy made to look like street food with little flavor. I had the fajitas and once again, little flavor. We had really wanted to like this place as we love Mexican food. We dine at the sister restaurant, Belga, and we love it! We took their recommendation to try it and I will say, back to Belga!
The music and drunk crowd were so loud, we had to yell to each other across a 4-person table to be heard. The guacamole portion is tiny and is full of cucumbers, which is odd and not on the menu. The food is decent, but not anything amazing - not worth dealing with that environment.
Made a reservation at Sabrosa for Cinco De Mayo. Upon arrival the entire restaurant had been turned into a bar with very loud music and dancing in the middle. There were a few dinner tables pushed to the sides that were reserved. One of these tables was ours (right next to a loud speaker). This made for a terrible experience of having to yell across the dinner table to friends, feeling rushed, and being ran into by drunk people dancing. It would have been nice to know when calling to make the reservation that they had plans to turn the restaurant into a full on bar/dance party by 745pm. I would have never gone there had I known.
We have dined here before and had a delicious dinner. This time however the food was slow to arrive, not very tasty and the service was sporadic. We were a party of six so the gratuity was automatically added to the bill. Maybe that is why the server didn't feel the need to be attentive to us.
I think they are more intere$ted with the cocktail crowd than the dinners. :-(
The cocktails were good and the food was okay but service ruined the experience for us. My friend ordered a gin martini and ended up with vodka. We ordered guac as an app, which never showed up. And when my fajitas came, I got a side dish of rice and beans dumped all over me. And throughout this whole process our server was super inattentive and we had to ask at the end he comp a couple things because of everything that happened.
We were very disappointed given open table ratings. While our server was super nice and friendly, the food just wasn't very good. The steak tacos were just plain bad. This is more a bar that serves food, evidenced by the huge tv that towers over all the seating.
At least they have a happy hour menu though dinner for 4 was still $100 including 1 beer. It didn't help that guac and chips was $11.
The food we were able to get was great, but I was looking forward to several dishes from the menu on their website. I wad told every dish I wanted was from LAST season. IF they're a seasonal restaurant they should update their website menu when seasonal menu changes.
We had high hopes for this place given the reviews but the veggie food we ordered was very ordinary and that's being generous. The service was good and the drinks were good but lack of complementary chips and salsa at a.restaurant in.this price range is unexpected. We did order chips and guacamole but nothing to write home about. The only saving grace was a well made house margarita and friendly service. We won't be repeating when there are so many better options.available.
I made a reservation for Friday afternoon at 1 PM for a graduation lunch for a large group of 14 people. I even spoke to a restaurant hostess about the reservation but at no time did anyone tell me that Sabrosa doesn't even open until 3 PM on Fridays!!! We arrived as a huge group to closed doors and had to improvise a new option.
Sabrosa definitely dropped the ball on that, they should keep their reservation info AND employees better informed!! Very disappointed.
Overall good experience. We walked into the restaurant with a big party and a reservation at 8:30PM. Our table was set and ready. However, the music inside was SO loud. For reference, I am 28 years old... and it was way too loud even for me! We asked if they could turn it down, and they said they could not. Rubbed us the wrong way BUT they set up a beautiful table for us outside and we really enjoyed the dinner.
This particular Sunday, it was not a good place to bring kids. There was a DJ and the noise level was deafening. I had even called ahead asking if they had a childrens' menu. I could have used a warning.
Otherwise, I've been here on several other occasions and it's always been a relaxed, comfortable environment. The food is satisfying although on the pricey end. My son was disappointed that we had to purchase chips and salsa for $6.
I will be back - great location, good food, (typically) relaxing environment and friendly staff.
Sabrosa was fine. There was nothing exceptional there and I had expected more out of the experience. The one real detractor was the club music blaring. Okay, this is Sunday brunch, it might be 11:00am, but people are still waking up and don't want to feel like they're trapped in a club. The service was definitely the high point and I have no complaints there.
And when I say "lazy" I'm referring to the service, which was lackluster. The omelet de queso was perfectly nice, with chile verde salsa whisked in with the egg mixture. The trouble was the distracted servers, plagued with the ennui that comes from tumbling out of a bed to wait on mere mortals on a quiet Sunday morning. As is typical in the area, the cocktail list was long but reasonably priced.
First of all, my margarita and my friends' drinks were delicious. However, I ordered the pollo and chorizo tacos and was not impressed. I can handle somewhat spicy foods and I order chorizo often...but these tacos were so spicy! I couldn't even finish my meal. The atmosphere was cute and we were seated on time for our reservation.
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