Caprice Restaurant in Tiburon offers the ultimate in classic Euro-American l dining in Marin County. The world renowned Caprice sits on the water with ... More
Caprice Restaurant in Tiburon offers the ultimate in classic Euro-American l dining in Marin County. The world renowned Caprice sits on the water with panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, and Angel Island.
Imagine you and your lover seated in plush luxury sipping very dry martinis and watching the lights twinkle on slowly as The City and spirit of Herb Cain both awaken slowly. To top that off, if at all possible, the Caprice serves fresh seafood with impeccable service and has been doing so for many many years. Parking is a bit tight here so you may have to walk a bit to reach this gem. Special Occasion dinners are the house specialty and do try the fresh catch of the day. Always different and delicious.
For Christmas Eve dinner, I brought my family from out of town to this restaurant. The menu had very few selections and the food was nothing to rave about. The miniscule portions were absolutely ridiculous and the service was horrible. Our waiter had one of the driest personalities I have ever come across. I honestly feel like I could have had a much more enjoyable experience had I dined at a low-end franchise.
My wife and I decided to go to Caprice for our 10th wedding anniversary. We made a reservation for a Sat evening at 7:30pm through OpenTable. Left specific instructions that this is a special night for us and I wanted a secluded table with unobstructed view on time. To our utter dissatisfaction, they did not have a table waiting for us in spite of the fact that we made a reservation. They made us wait for half an hour and it was only after I complained that they actually got us a table. What was completely dissatisfying was the fact that they did have a table available (a four person table) that they could have given to us but they were holding it for a bigger group even though I saw other couples in the restaurant sitting on a four person table. I was very dissatisfied with their service even though we made a reservation in advance to make this evening special. They did not do anything to make it special inspite of the instruction which they were aware of.
i went here w/my boyfriend last friday & it was great. the view of the golden gate & the bay was very nice, though i would recommend going earlier (5pm) to see both the day view & the night view. i had the lobster bisque to start & that was excellent & my bf had the trio of soups. they made an error of not bringing out our 2nd course & went straight to the entree but as soon as we let them know, they were extremely apologetic & fixed the problem. our waiter even told us he would not charge us for it. the filet mignon & the lamb were both excellent. the 2nd course (which came during our entree) - the prawns- was not as good as everything else i tasted there. perhaps we were full already by then & couldnt enjoy it? we had the gelato & dessert wine to close & both were delicious. overall, it was a great dining experience. the small restaurant is very cozy, feel free to dress up or down. the service is beyond excellent. even though both my bf & i looked relatively young, the waiter did not give us attitude & treated us just as well as any other older wealthier patrons. our meal came out to be $150 (including a bottle of $36 wine) & we left a $50 tip since he didnt charge us for the prawns. my only recommendation is to definitely ask for a window table when making reservations for this place. we didnt get a window table upon arrival even though i had requested one the day before, but they moved us after our 1st course when someone left. very good place to impress a date or celebrate an anniversary, but be prepared to spend quite a bit. =)
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