The tasting menu of 3, 4, or 5 courses (your choice) is the way to go. You can have this paired with wine for an additional cost. Mix and match the courses to create your perfect meal. Portions are smaller so you have more leeway with the choices.
The whole pan seared foie gras over lentils was fantastic, and inspired when paired with a muscat. Halibut over ratatouille, beef tenderloin, also standouts, as was the cheese plate.
The service is attentive but not smothering and the restaurant itself is very elegant. A wonderful setting for a date, a group outing, really anything.
Pros: Food, Wine, Setting
Cons: In Sonoma, not San Francisco (where I live)