Scoma's Sausalito is a delightful waterfront treasure. Floating out over the bay, Scoma's is an enchanting and romantic destination for both locals ... More
Scoma's Sausalito is a delightful waterfront treasure. Floating out over the bay, Scoma's is an enchanting and romantic destination for both locals and visitors, serving up the freshest seafood available in the San Francisco Bay Area, for lunch and dinner.
My first clue about what to expect was having to walk through the congested waiter's corridor past a bunch of dirty dishes, half eaten food and crab shells to get to our table in the dining area. Then the waiter, who clearly hates his job, screwed up on our order and had the audacity to cop an attitude. His attitude became nicer about the time he brought our tab hoping for an outrageous tourist tip. He got a good tip, but now thinking about it, I should have left him 2 cents. I knew the menu was pricey so I can't complain about that, but I really did expect the food to be better. Oh well, live and learn.
I was anxious to try this location because I am a long time fan of Scoma's in SF. I made reservations for my husband's bday 4 weeks ahead, checked in with the hostess 4 hrs before our reservation to ensure a nice table...and the matradee just overode the hostess and gave our table away to another party and then asked us to cram into the corner table...not happy...Angelino's across the street was wonderful!!
Ate here on our last night in the Bay Area. Superb views of the bay, bay bridge, alcatraz etc. Food was better than average, portions a little on the small size for men if you don't take an appetizer, but I just polished off what my wife left. Pasta was properly cooked (apparently a rarity in my experience) and correctly seasoned. However, service was abysmal, she really didn't want a tip; slow and rude. Shame, because it has everything going for it. Would get 4 stars if not for the service.
Had dinner here with my visiting NYC family. They wanted to eat here despite my protests and recommendations for other places. Well, I guess we all had our expectations fulfilled. They thought the dinner was good. I was pretty disappointed by everything that I ate. Nothing was fresh tasting. My salmon filet was big but flat flavored. Probably was Atlantic farm salmon complete with artificial red dye to add some color. Sides: pasty starches, flavorless potatoes. Mediocre dressing on Safeway quality Mesclun greens. I buried my sorrow with the overpriced supermarket level Napa valley wines. Service staff tries hard. It was a slow mid-week night and we were a 10-top who looked like we could afford a generous tip. My cousins gave them one. You come here for the waterfront view - No other reason.
took my bf there for his birthday on president's day weekend. even with reservations we had to get there early (5pm) to ensure a table w/a view. our table had an amazing view of the bay & the sf skyline. even though it's a bit early for dinner, the time was perfect. we saw the bay both during the day & night through the course of our meal. the food was *amazing.* i had never been there before & chose that restaurant based on online reviews. i didnt expect too much out of the food since i figured we were paying for the view & the ambience. the crabcakes were to die for. the clam chowder was excellent as well. both our entrees were delicious. we had the cioppino & the chicken pasta w/a marinara cream sauce. the tiramisu was a bit too sweet for my taste, but overall, the food was excellent. we didn't have one thing we didn't like. the meal came out to be $85 which was not bad at all. the one thing that could ve been better was the service. the waitress that served us was not very friendly or helpful. should she have been nicer, it would ve enhanced our experience. overall, it was a wonderful experience. i strongly recommend getting there early for a window seat. honestly, there's no point paying that price if you dont have a view.
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