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About Seven Hills
Welcome to Seven Hills. We are a rustic neighborhood bistro offering great Italian food, located in the Russian Hill Neighborhood of San Francisco. We serve great fresh affordable food. Our emphasis is on homemade pastas. Our wine list is small but extremely well thought out and complements our cooking style. We look forward to taking care of you and your guests. If you can't find what you are looking for online please call us directly at the restaurant. See you soon!
San Francisco, CA 94109
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm
$31 to $50
We can cater your next event, pleas email us with your requirements.
Parking can be found at "The Jug Shop"on the corner of Pacific Avenue and Polk Street, which is approximately one and a half blocks from the restaurant.
On the Hyde street cable car stop at Pacific. Muni lines 10 & 12 run on pacific avenue and stop half a block from us
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Seven Hills is available for private parties as well as buyouts. We will cater the menu to meet your needs.
Seven Hills Ratings and Reviews
Probably one of the best meals I've had in a very long time. We were staying down the street and with the great reviews thought we'd give this a try. Both my hubby and I had the specials, shared a pork tartare style app that was amazing, followed by a rabbit dish wrapped in prosciutto and served with wilted greens and garlic - beyond delicious! My husband had a special pasta with squid ink and loved it too. The wine list is very nice. I started with a glass of the Vermentino di Gallura - just lucious!! I'd never had it before and the complex flavors were a real treat from the pedestrian whites at most italian restaurants.
Overall, I would highly recommend this place. Service was spot on, atmosphere was welcoming. I just wish I lived closer and could visit more often!
I was so terribly excited for this dining experience. Unfortunately, The establishment was over-hyped. At first very appealing, but in the end a massive disappointment. Tired menu, missing the stellar offerings described on Check Please 10/12/17. Specials? Not available or “meh.” Waitstaff? Non-communicative to surly; surprisingly, too many for too small a floor plan. The beet salad really was delicious, bravo! Ultimately, the entrées were unexpectedly not good enough for this fussily touted SF restaurant.
Pastas were creative and tasty. Restaurant set up could be considered cozy.
That’s where my positives end
Service was lacking. Very slow to get appetizers. Server didn’t seem to care about us at all. In fact she messed up our order so that 3 of us had to wait until the proper 4th meal arrived before we could politley eat our entrees
Noise level was high primarily due too one table that must have just learned the F word
We have loved Seven Hills since it opened but my wife and I came for her birthday this weekend and it simply didn’t pop. Though the wine was excellent (as always), the food was, well, bland. Nothing terrible, just... meh...
Maybe a new, substitute chef was on duty. We’ll try again sometime, but if it’s a repeat boring performance I’m sure we’ll move on. Too many great things happening in SF to celebrate at a restaurant that’s grown too comfortable to try hard.
Outstanding pasta dishes in a charming SF setting. Truffled pasta dish and squid ink pasta w/spot prawns were the superstars of the night, followed closely by the panna cotta. The waiter was friendly but seemed a bit stretched thin and we waited quite a long time for drinks and our order to be taken. Quite expensive @ $100 pp before tip.
Dunes here with another couple and all 4 of us thought this was easily the best meal we had during our long weekend in San Fran. Our server, William, was excellent and gladly described each entree in detail. Great friends, great food and great wine. A wonderful experience!
Seven Hills was much more than we expected. It’s a very small intimate restaurant maybe sits 40. Excellent game food in a non-rushes atmosphere. The servings are quite generous so sharing is a good thing to think about. We had several dishes and appetizers all were excellent. This is a keeper but reservations need to be made far in advance
This dinner was amazing. It was our last night in San Francisco and this quaint little Italian Eatery was perfect.
Many "Fancy" Italian restaurants add too many frills to the dishes that take away from the beauty of the simplicity of Italian Cooking. Perfectly executed pasta and service that exemplified Italian cooking.
We ordered the Carpaccio, Baby Greens Salad, and Both Pasta Specials... Absolutely delicious.
Mathew our server was attentive without being annoying and described every dish perfectly. I only wish Fernet was available post pasta. However, apparently there is a law on Hyde Street that doesn't allow hard liquor. Wine and beer acceptable though.
seven hills was a great restaurant. the wait staff was exceptional and the food was very good. the portions are pretty small which is a little disappointing since the prices are fairly steep. the flavors of the food are very good though and definitely worth trying at least once. it is a small restaurant so it did get uncomfortably hot at one point.
Seven Hills was very good, but not as expected. It was more trendy and small plate Italian than a true Italian restaurant. The plates were small but very flavorful. I was with two picky diners so it was perhaps difficult to find something that each of them liked as everything was very intricately seasoned or prepared, but I enjoyed my meal immensely.
Great service with a knowledgable waiter who was attentive without being overbearing. The food was phenomenal. The bean crostone with roasted red peppers was a perfect appetizer with a great crunch to the bread and a surprisingly smooth and slightly spiced flavor. The corn tortellini was amazing! They were seemingly Italian versions of small soup dumplings that popped with a sweet, smooth corn flavor when eaten.
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