Welcome! We invite you to join us for a fabulous food, wine and cocktail experience like no other. Enjoy a relaxed fine dining atmosphere in Union ... More
Welcome! We invite you to join us for a fabulous food, wine and cocktail experience like no other. Enjoy a relaxed fine dining atmosphere in Union Square in Downtown San Francisco, featuring New American food by Executive Chef David Bazirgan, contemporary cocktails and an extensive global wine list. Fifth Floor's prestigious team collaborates to create memorable dining experiences of exceptional quality at all times. The adjacent bar and lounge offers a more casual atmosphere featuring a bar menu and seasonal cocktails inspired by the classics. Executive Chef Bazirgan's New American menu draws from Mediterranean and global influences, which mingle seamlessly in a skillfully straightforward presentation of flavors. Utilizing San Francisco's farmer's markets for seasonal inspiration and Fifth Floor's rooftop garden to source fresh herbs, Chef Bazirgan carefully crafts his menus, which change daily. In addition to a full dinner menu, a tasting and lounge menu are a
I have dined at all the major pricey place in SF and this would be in the top 5. It is pretty consistence in food quality, taste, and services. I called in last minute on my aniversary, and the chef made for us an aniversary cake. Table 1 and 2 is very private. For business function, there are plenty of private rooms that they can put together as they are in a hotel. You can't go wrong with Fifth floor food and services.
For my 40th Birthday, my husband and I chose this restaurant to celebrate. We were extremely under whelmed by the service.
First, my husband called to make a reservation. The person taking the reservation asked if this was for a special event, he said it was for a birthday, yet it was not acknowledged in any way once we arrived at the restaurant.
Next, it has been chilly in the city and most people are wearing coats. Most fine dining restaurants in the city have a coat check, yet as I slung my long coat over the back of the chair, no one offered to take my coat. Another diner behind us also has his coat thrown over the back of his chair. This seems to be a basic service they should consider.
And lastly, the wait time to order and get our dishes was long. We noticed other tables around us being served faster even though they arrived after us. We understand that this isn
I took my husband here for his 34th birthday. At first it seemed strange to walk out of the hotel elevator onto the 5th floor of the Hotel Palomar and be inside the restaurant's hip lounge. But once inside the restaurant itself we quickly forgot that we were in a hotel. The ambience is very warm with the use of eye pleasing colors - sage and purple. The food was excellent.
The menu included so many interesting flavor combinations that it was difficult to make a decision regarding appetizer and entree selection. The emphasis is on the quality of the fresh ingredients and while the portions may be small for some, the richness of the flavors is very satisfying.
I had the crab salad followed by the grilled turbot. Both were excellent. The saffron sauce for the turbot was delicate and not overpowering. My husband had the mussel chowder followed by the venison. I had a bite of the venison and it literally melted in my mouth.
The desserts were equally impressive. I had the chocolate mousse cake and my husband had the goat's milk cheesecake. The chocolate mousse cake is every chocolate lover's dream. It came with a banana icecream that I feared I wouldn't enjoy because banana can be overpowering, but the icecream had just the essence of banana and was delicious.
Last year we went to Gary Danko for my birthday and I would say that the Fifth Floor ranks right up there in food experience. Not to mention that the service was impeccable.
A wonderful experience all the way around.
If you want to spend a lot of money and get very little in return, this is your place. Besides the fact that our waiter independently brought out a $50 half glass (Yes, glass not bottle) of wine for one of my guests without even so much as informing me until the bill came, the food portions should have been brought out under a microscope. The food was very good, plenty of butter to keep up your cholesteral count but by the time I arrived home, I was hungry and ate a real dinner. Guess where you won't catch me again.
I've eaten at Fifth Floor several times. The food is inspired, the wine list extensive and the service exemplary. The only downside is that the noise level was high once when there was a large party at a nearby table, but that's nit picking. I highly recommend this restaurant.
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