Aster / San Francisco

1001 Guerrero St at 22nd St San Francisco 94110
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 10:30 - 14:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 17:30 - 22:00
Fri 17:30 - 22:30
average 1609 votes
2.9
Critic Reviews @ Aster
Brett Cooper reaches for the stars at Aster
Brett Cooper reaches for the stars at Aster Dinner at Aster Image 1 of 15 Caption Close Image 1 of 15 | Dinner at Aster The four course dinner ($59) begins with local halibut with cucumbers and pickled plums ($16 a la carte). ... continue SFGate
First Look: Aster Opens in the Mission
First Look: Aster Opens in the Mission Daniel Patterson Group's (DPG) long-awaited Aster is here, just open yesterday on the cozy corner of Guerrero and 22nd in the Mission and headed up by Brett Cooper, whose cooking we ... continue Zagat
Inside Aster, Brett Cooper and Daniel Patterson's Intimate Mission Retreat
Inside Aster, Brett Cooper and Daniel Patterson's Intimate Mission Retreat View this gallery here. ... continue Eater SF
Tips from the Net @ Aster
Susannah Smith en
Beautiful food, fantastic flavors, friendly staff. The pick your own course option was very reasonably priced for what we received. Made my birthday very memorable. GooglePlace - July 2017
Prashanth K en
Really loved the place and food was a culinary treat. Ricky guided us through the food experience. Calm and comfortable place. Looks like they prepare different fixed menus for the dinner and I loved through it. Will recommend for anyone who would like to have a nice gastronomic feast. GooglePlace - June 2017
Anna Stephens en
This place has thought through everything. The presentation of the food was beautiful and the servers would explain each dish to each individual person as they were served (which was a lot out of a 4 course meal). Every component of the dishes was carefully crafted and extremely high quality. Definitely recommend this place for special occasions or a nice dinner out! GooglePlace - May 2017
Jonah Kowall en
Two of us came in for a Sunday dinner. We made reservations in advance. We were seated at the communal table, which is fine, but not ideal. The restaurant is small and well appointed. Tasting menu looked fantastic, and we could choose different dishes each. Everything was fantastic. Also a great wine list both by the glass and bottle. Everything about the meal was perfection. The pricing wasn't as crazy as it could have been, but it's not inexpensive by any means. GooglePlace - May 2017
Eater en
Aster's dessert menu is full of surprises, melding ingredients like coconut coffee tart with bright fall squash, or infusing savory hints of sorrel and basil into his milk chocolate custard. Foursquare - April 2017