Fleur de Lys is one of the finest restaurants in San Francisco. Lose yourself in an opulent dining room and an outstanding meal. Chef Keller never ... More
Fleur De Lys
Fleur de Lys is one of the finest restaurants in San Francisco. Lose yourself in an opulent dining room and an outstanding meal. Chef Keller never repeats the menu. Full dinner is available at the bar without reservations. ***For guests with reservations, PLEASE CALL TO CONFIRM YOUR RESERVATION AT LEAST TWO DAYS PRIOR TO DINING.***
Awesome food, decoration, service, and oh did I mention FOOD? French but not as fussy as you'll find in France, our meal was outstanding. Probably the best filet mignon I've ever had, and I've had a lot of them. Not everything was as amazing as you might find in some 5-star european restaurants, but on the whole, still pretty mind-numbingly good. We did the 5-course menu with wine pairings, and while the pairings were reasonable, they were a bit pedestrian... but easy, since no more choices need be made and that's nice in my book.
Will absolutely go back for another special occasion!
My husband took me to Fleur De Lys for my birthday and I loved the restaurant as soon as I walked in- the bar is small but has beutiful candles, teh main restaurant has a beautiful canopy- try and sit in that area if possible. The service was great- the only complaint I had was that we were running late for our play and had to skip dessert- which we were charged for since you have to pay for a certain number of courses. I woudl love to go back there and try some of the wonderfully french sounding dishes. Food presentation was original and everything came with a little twist that made it different from the usual preparation.
Classic Alcasian restaurant with subtle San Francisco touches. The dining room in quiet and you sit at tables much larger than other restaurants might give you for your party size under a tented roof. The 6 course vegetarian tasting menu is, by far, the best I have ever tasted or seen -- it is an hommage to truffles (think white bean and truffle soup with a chanterelle mousse). The 5-course tasting menu (don't even think about not getting the full tasting menu, each course is so wonderful, you need to try as much as possible) changes seasonally and based upon what is fresh and it is sublime. Great dishes I've had include lobster on artichoke pesto and braised veal tenderloin(?). The desserts are among the best in the city, although they don't blow away their competition in quite the same way as the appetizers or fish or main courses (or vegetarian courses). The staff explians each course as it is served and will accomidate any request they physically can. The wine list is long, though not a novel, and it has some very good deals for a restaurant of this caliber (2000 Dirler Grand Cru Sommerberg Tokay Pinot Gris or Riesling for $80 the last time I was there) and some less good deals. Corkage is nominally $35 (less than the other restaurants in this price range in town) and diners may bring wines already on the wine list, if they so chose. Corkage is frequently waived for special (rare) bottles and for diners who also purchase a bottle from the wine list.
All in all, this is the best restaurant in San Francisco and the only one which, if in Europe, would deffinitely garner 1, and would likely garner 2 stars from the Michelin. It is very romantic but not to the extent that I would feel uncomfortable going there with a larger group.
At the last visit the 6-course Vegetarian tasting menu (plus petit fours) was $70, the 5-course tasting menu (plus amuse bouche, sorbet between courses, and petit fours) was $85. Other than osetra caviar as an appetizer there were no additional fees for any of the options.
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