What creates a memorable fine dining experience? As a San Francisco resident and connoisseur of all things food, I have noted three essential ingredients. First, and probably the most obvious, is the food. I have had too many experiences with second-rate restaurants that serve second-rate "food "then I care to remember. To me cuisine is an art. I need to see every dish as the creation of a master chef, not as the end result of a mass production assembly line. I recommended you choose a restaurant that views your dinner plate as a canvas of opportunity. This doesn't mean dining that will break the bank, just go somewhere where they care. |
The second part is the atmosphere. There is a wide a range of San Francisco restaurants. Each one has a distinct feeling to it. So decide if you want a vibrant, energized restaurant, where vital sparks are flying, or a subtler, quieter expression of creation. It's an import choice. Choosing a busy, bustling restaurant when you want to be more introspective, can ruin an otherwise perfect experience.
Last, look for restaurants with flavor. Try to find that little extra something that makes a restaurant special. For me, I need a something to look at. I love to see the bay and the bridge lighting up at night. Which means San Francisco restaurants with a view, are on my priority list of places to try. For you it may be any number of things. Find it for that extra memorable dining experience.
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