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Rue Lepic - 1 Reviews - 900 Pine St, San Francisco, CA - French Restaurants Reviews - Phone (415) 474-6070

Rue Lepic

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900 Pine St
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(415) 474-6070
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This is a scrupulously classical French restaurant run by a Japanese chef. They offer an excellent five-course menu for $38 that would pass muster with the crustiest of French tra...

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Hidden gem on Nob Hill 10/13/2006

This is a scrupulously classical French restaurant run by a Japanese chef. They offer an excellent five-course menu for $38 that would pass muster with the crustiest of French traditionalists. Very small dining room, though, reserve ahead of time. more
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Owner Message

  • Rue Lepic has been voted one of the best French restaurants in San Francisco and there is no question as to why. Michiko, Japanese-born French chef, creates a blissful dining experience through her mastery of cooking and perfected skills in hospitality. The flavorful sauces, delicate spices and beautiful presentation create delicious French cuisine. Noteworthy menu items include: salad of prawns flambeed with Pernod; escargots sauteed in garlic butter, parsley and tomato sauce; roasted veal with a truffle and mushroom sauce; and roasted rack of lamb with a garlic and fresh mint beurre rouge. A complete wine list is available along with a dessert menu to die for. Try the chocolate mousse with creme anglaise or passion fruit mousse with a strawberry and kiwi sauce. As tables fill up fast, reservations are recommended.

Editorial

  • The Scene
    In a city of "French-inspired" bistros, this old-fashioned white-tablecloth restaurant is the real deal. No matter that the owners are Japanese born--the menu and ambience are authentic. Two waiters preside over a tiny white dining room brightened by large, streetside windows and mirrored pillars. Creamy aromas from an open kitchen fill the quiet space. Framed autographs from celebrity diners subtly grace one wall. Dining is hushed and sophisticated, attracting a quiet crowd with more European sensibilities.

    The Food

    Traditional delicacies include escargots sauteed in a cream sauce of garlic, tomato and fine herbs, and prawns flambeed with Pernod. Ris de veau meuniere is a favorite Old-World dish of sweetbreads in lemon, garlic and white wine. An inexpensive prix-fixe option offers a five-course experience, including delicate pasta, rich soup, salad and an entree of your choice including lamb duck, or a fresh fish of the day served with traditional sauces.

  • 9/21/2005 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 5:30pm-10pm
  • Payments:

    Visa, Discover, American Express, Master Card, Diner's Club
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Northeast