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Eater SF Reviews

A Big, Beautiful Space Is the Draw at Radhaus, San Francisco’s New German Beer Hall

A Middle Eastern Feast Lights Up Oakland’s Waterfront

Mid-Market’s Kantine Brings a Taste of Scandinavian Charm to San Francisco 

Pearl Brings the Art of Neighborhood Dining Back to San Francisco

Sorrel Brings Beautiful, If Unsurprising, Food to Pacific Heights

Henry’s, a Berkeley Classic, Still Has Room to Improve

In a Tasting Menu Town, Youthful Avery Isn’t Yet Living Up to Its Potential

Che Fico Is SF’s Most Exciting New Place to Eat Right Now

Nyum Bai’s Dreamy Cambodian Cooking Is a Hit

Dominique Crenn’s Parisian Salon Stuns, Starting With the Price

Cassava Rightfully Draws Diners to the Richmond From Morning to Night

Despite the Alembic’s Ambitious Menu, Cocktails Remain the Star 

Kaya Not Yet the Caribbean Destination It’s Aiming For

Juanita & Maude Gives a Neighborhood the Restaurant It Longed For

Two stars for Eater’s first East Bay review

Tapas Are Worth a Wait at Divisadero’s Newest Hot Spot

There’s Smoke But Little Fire at Ayesha Curry’s New Restaurant

Review: A Glutton’s Notes From the Gluten-Free Frontlines of As Quoted

Review: The Best $7 Burger in San Francisco

Ingleside classic Beep’s is thriving under new ownership

Three Stars for Chinatown’s Private Chateau

Eight Tables is the crown jewel of China Live

Octavia Serves Three-Star Food in a Hallowed Location

Namu Stonepot Needs More Time to Simmer

The Morris Outshines Its Signature Dish

Two stars for a neighborhood spot packed with personal touches

Review: Hook Fish Has an Outer Sunset Scene and Tacos to Match

Cocktails Eclipse the Paella at SF’s Newest Spanish Restaurant

One star for the Absinthe Group's Hayes Valley tapas place

Two Stars for Duna, Where the Food Is Too Fine for Fast-Casual

The only thing missing is the service

Three Stars for Robin's New-School Sushi 

It seamlessly connects San Francisco and Japan

Alta, the Kind of Chain San Franciscans Should Get Behind

Two stars for Daniel Patterson’s new Dogpatch project

City Counter Gives the Sandwich Its Proper Due

The perfect middle ground between power lunch and sad desk lunch

Walzwerk's Hearty Food Is a Steady Presence in a Changing San Francisco

Two stars for the 18 year-old German restaurant, standing the test of time

The Price Is Right but the Pasta Is So-So at A Mano

Eater critic Rachel Levin gives one star to empire builder Adriano Paganini’s new pasta outfit