Saha offers Arabic Fusion cuisine which is a blend of traditional Middle Eastern dishes and California cuisine with an Arabic influence. The menu is ... More
Saha offers Arabic Fusion cuisine which is a blend of traditional Middle Eastern dishes and California cuisine with an Arabic influence. The menu is extensive with a large selection of small plates, entrees and a three course prix fixe option. Chef Mohamed Aboghanem is the only one in San Francisco who gives equal rights to vegans and omnivores by creating a menu with many options for any diet. An ever-changing and select list of wine and beer compliment the savory, sweet, and spicy flavors in our food. Please come join us for a culinary adventure!
I went here on a whim using a coupon found in an Entertainment book. I had no idea what I was walking into. This was quite honestly the best meal I have ever eaten in my life and that is not an exaggeration. The meal starts with a delicious fennel-flavored bread and a spiced olive-oil dip. My companion, being a traditionalist when it comes to dining, asked that we order a green elated with the mixture of greens, gorgonzola, walnuts, roasted pears and beets. We were huge fans of the chefs home-made blueberry vinaigrette. Quite a unique salad. For my entree I ordered the Saha Red Curry. To be honest, this thing should just be called heaven on a plate. Each element of the dish was cooked to perfection and the sauce was like nothing I had ever tasted. My companion ordered the orange chicken. She was also elated and agreed that this was the best meal that she has had in a long time.
Not only was the food great, but the atmosphere was spectacular. The wait-staff was pleasant and was there whenever you needed them (without having to ask). If I lived in San Francisco I would go at least once a week. Unfortunately, I do not. I would honestly think of going back to San Francisco just for this restaurant.
The food is very tasty and flavorful. The are a lots of options in the small plates and the phyllo pizza was especially very good. There is some room for improvement in the service dept - they forgot one of our orders but when we reminded them - they got it immdlty and didn't even charge us for it. I was amazed by the number of vegetarian and vegan dishes. So if you are vegetarian looking for a good middle-eastern restuarant with a nice ambiance - check them out. I would definitely go back to Saha.
We've eaten here about 5 or 6 times in the past couple years. The food is delicious. So many unique flavors. I recommend the fattoush salad and the vegetarian island entree, which is a phyllo wrap. But really everything we've gotten is delicious. Even the simple sesame dipping sauce for bread is tasty.
The crowd is a mixture of tourists staying in the hotel and local downtown hipsters.
No full bar, but a good beer and wine selection.
So many middle eastern restaurants provide just the typical kebabs, falafels, and baklava. Saha is a breath of fresh air for its creativity and atypical dishes. I'm vegetarian, though I split many small plates that featured meats and seafood. The vegan kibbeh and pumpkin curry were divine. Don't forget to leave room for their chocolate fondue dessert and an Arabic tea!
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