Welcome to Cioppino's, located on the corner of Jefferson and Leavenworth Street (across from the Cannery) on Fisherman's Wharf. Cioppino's offers a ... More
Cioppino's on the Wharf
Welcome to Cioppino's, located on the corner of Jefferson and Leavenworth Street (across from the Cannery) on Fisherman's Wharf. Cioppino's offers a reasonably priced menu of fresh seafood, pasta and pizza, along with a full bar. Relax in our spacious dining room or soak up the sun on our sidewalk patio as you watch the pedestrians stroll by. Whether you bring the family or dine alone, you are always welcome at Cioppino's On The Wharf. (Price reflects the average cost of dinner, including one drink and tip: $18 and below.)
Was great 2 years ago!! I was at this place 2 years ago and got the cioppino and let me tell you it was amazing. My wife and I could not stop eating it. The crustini bread was crisp and sour and the combination was amazing. We moved out the the bay area this year and had been craving the cioppino ever since we landed in SFO. This time however the cioppino was very fishy and had a fishy after taste. The broth wasn't as thick and hearty and the seafood in it tasted like frozen items thrown in. Even the bread was soggy and tasted bad. My second experience just turned me off and I can't see myself going back. I don't what happened in 2 years where this establishment went from a 5 star to a 2 star in my book!
I'm not sure what happened on our visit but it appears most other people enjoyed their meals. Our meal tasted like it was previously frozen and then defrosted in a microwave. I would not recommend this establishment to anybody looking for a good Italian dinner. On the upside, the glass of Chianti I had with dinner was good.
Great place to take your family. Choose from seafood, pasta and pizza. Several of us had pasta dishes and shared. I love their shrimp & pasta dishes. They serve a load of shrimp and the prices are extremely reasonable! We'll certainly go back on our next trip to the city.
I love Cioppino's. The food is excellent as is the service. A nice bonus is that the prices are very reasonable. It's definitely a laid-back place where you can relax and enjoy some good food and maybe a little wine. The staff is very attentive and makes you feel very welcome. This is definitely a place you'll want to go every time you're in San Francisco.
My friend and I were drawn in to this restaurant by the scent of the cioppino (fisherman's stew). The server was friendly and efficient. I had the cioppino, which was absolutely delicious. The molten chocolate cake was a decadent ending to the meal. He had the seafood linguine, and the sauce was not as described in the menu. His dessert made up for the pasta, as the triple layer mousse was delicious. The coffee was quite good. I would absolutely take visitors back to this restaurant!
Took our doggie to Fishermen's Wharf for a walk, then, was looking for a dog friendly restaurant.
Came to Cioppino's and had a wonderful lunch. I had one of the specialties pasta with crab out-of-the-shell. It was yummy and the service was great!
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