South Park was constructed in 1855, by George Gordon an English entrepreneur. The oval shaped park in the SoMa neighborhood of the city, is at the ... More
South Park was constructed in 1855, by George Gordon an English entrepreneur. The oval shaped park in the SoMa neighborhood of the city, is at the center of a residential area with mansions and town houses surrounding it. It once had a windmill in the center which pumped water for the houses around it. South Park was the first park in San Francisco having paved streets and sidewalks. Just a few blocks away from AT&T stadium, several cafes offering French, Italian and Mexican fare encircle the small park.
I've eaten here so many times over the years, because the food is always excellent and consistent. The name is South Park Cafe though. He makes the boudin noir by hand, which i've never seen done anywhere else, and i've spent a lot of time in France and way too much time in restaurants. Every once in a while he has this incredible saffron mussel soup, if it's on the menu have it. I could eat the steak frite daily, but try to have other dishes too. You cannot get rabbit served like this anymore in SF, delish. What else? Basically he makes everything by hand, including the profiteroles, which is my main reason for always returning. start with a lillet. try the pig salad, excellent. basically the whole menu is. though i'm not a fan of the vegetable cous cous, which he knows, but there are vegans out there, so he keeps it coming.
i love it!
oh yeah, perfect date restaurant...
In a surprising part of Soma (South Park looks a bit like the south end of Boston), you will find this good French restaurant. I enjoyed the wine sauce steak and the boudin noir (bllod sausage) seemed pretty good too. I was too full for real desert, so had to go for the ornage sorbet to complete my $32 fixed price three course meal: a good deal for the quality.
great prix fixe menu - good value, quality food, nice atmosphere -- and you get dessert! good/value-priced wine selection (my favorite is their $25 sancerre/loire). organic/locally-raised produce used.
The modest menu features bistro classics that are very well executed. The tucked away location adds to the cozy, neighborhood feel of the place, especially when South Park gets really quiet in the evening.
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