Aziza / San Francisco

5800 Geary Blvd at 22nd Ave San Francisco 94121
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 17:30 - 22:00
average 3144 votes
3.2
Critic Reviews @ Aziza
Aziza to Temporarily Close for Renovations
Aziza to Temporarily Close for Renovations The refresh begins Sunday, May 22 It’s been 15 years of Mourad Lahlou’s exceptional Moroccan food at Aziza over in the Outer Richmond, which Lahlou thinks is time enough for its cur ... continue Eater SF
Pastry chef Melissa Chou has left Aziza/Mourad for new project
Pastry chef Melissa Chou has left Aziza/Mourad for new project Melissa Chou of Aziza and Mourad (center) plating dishes with other chefs at the James Beard Foundation’s Taste America benefit dinner at the St. Regis back in 2013. Related Links M ... continue SFGate
Tips from the Net @ Aziza
Alice Jn en
It is always a fantastic experience to visit the Presidio Social Club. The aged cocktails are a fantastic fallback for the rare occasion when the special cocktails don't tickle our fancy. Every main dish I've tried has been delicious, but I am quite partial to the Bone in Ribeye for two! GooglePlace - March 2017
Jon Madrigal en
The food was great, and the atmosphere and service were very good. GooglePlace - September 2016
Beau Jones en
Best meal I have had, by far. Can't come up with bad thing to say about this place. This may sound silly but don't ignore the olives. They were out of this world. GooglePlace - March 2016
Leighann Breeze en
For a restaurant that is Michelin star-rated, with an iron chef winner chef, and rotating tasting menu Aziza is impressively affordable. We came at a time when the restaurant was between tasting menus so but we still asked for that option and they were accommodating: giving us a sampling from the regular menu. And when we asked for a substitution on one of the main courses: no problem! The cocktails were well-matched to the food (and creatively named)! Everything was enjoyable but our favorites were the lamb & basteeya. GooglePlace - March 2016
Eli Anders en
Outstanding, high quality Moroccan-Californian fare. The aesthetics, flavor, and attention to detail are all incredible. Things not to miss: lentil soup, duck basteeya, dips and spreads, short ribs, and COUSCOUS (which is to die for). Also a lovely cocktail program, with absolutely unique, herb-driven delights. GooglePlace - November 2015