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Saha Arabic Fusion Restaurant - San Francisco, CA - Reviews page 1 - Judysbook

Saha Arabic Fusion Restaurant

1075 Sutter St (at Larkin Street)
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 345-9547
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Saha Arabic Fusion Restaurant - San Francisco, CA


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I really enjoyed my experience at Saha and "felt" like I loved the food, but in retrospect, I was somewhat let down to realize that almost every di...


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This restaurant deserves your attention! 8/13/2005

Going to Saha has provided us some of the most memorable and intimate evenings of 2004. From red-colored dancing to moving plates around the feels exotic and refreshing. Mohammed is the chef of chefs....he opened a fine French red after a Xmas work party. mmmmm good! His wife, Marmee is featured in the art work on the walls and en vivo fills the room with warmth and serenity. Go! Go alone or a deux! Did we mention the food??? It rocks! more
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  • The Scene
    Beyond the hotel lobby is an elegant, rectangular-shaped dining room dominated by cherry red chairs, leather banquettes and candles flickering atop cream-clothed tables. A four-seat bar is tucked into a far corner. Middle Eastern music tiptoes through the space as light pours through a stained glass section of the ceiling, illuminating framed photos of Yemen and Tibet. Bubbly waitresses sport head-to-toe black with colorful waist wraps.

    The Food
    Chef Mohamed Aboghanem prepares the Yemeni cuisine of his childhood with a subtle Cal-European accent. Expect dishes that are simultaneously sweet and savory. Layers of flaky phyllo support an artichoke-spread pizza loaded with goat cheese, roasted figs and eggplant, while shredded phyllo is sprinkled atop sushi-grade ahi that's lightly breaded and complemented by a walnut relish. Enticing entrees include the "yemmy chicken" and the braised lamb shank that's intricately spiced with saffron, ginger and cinnamon. This gigantic on-the-bone offering looks like something Frd Flintstone would wolf down.

  • 4/11/2005 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Sat 7am-11pm
  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Northeast, Downtown

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