Entries can be pricey--the tamarind beef tenderloin costs $22.95, but the food has earned raves from critics.6 W.
The San Francisco Chronicle raves that chef Kamio "...miraculously blends all these elements---fine dining, artistic preparations and live music." Check out the online calendar for upcoming performers, too.
Times raves "it's updated Vietnamese made with the same quality of ingredients top French or Italian restaurants might buy." Chef Charles Phan utilizes the best Bay Area produce, meat and poultry and cooks authentic and updated Vietnamese classics.
Sanfrancisco.com raves about designer Philippe Stark's stunning renovations, including Venetian Murano glass vases, rich velvet curtains, and mahogany and leather banquettes.
Seattle Weekly raves about Boat Street Café's "mouthfilling textures, brainy contrasts, and Provencal flavors." The eclectic, whitewashed decor is romantic and relaxing, just right for a special evening.