great meat-centric restaurant. Would prefer if they gave some bread/starch along with the meat. Very unique and different restaurant, highly recommendedGooglePlace - June 2017
Definitely worth making time for. I can't name another restaurant that's as bold as Cockscomb. The grilled cheese was exceptional and the burger was great. GooglePlace - June 2017
I had the impossible burger, that actually does not taste like meat but it does look like it. The flavor of the patty itself was not so good, but along with the bread, spread and pickles was fine. The gnocchi was superb!! Deviled eggs were alright. The reason why I give it 3 starts is because, besides the fact that it's not a family friendly restaurant, the staff also could not facilitate a space for me to change my baby's diaper(restrooms don't have changing tables). There was a room that was not being used and they could've easily let me change her there. GooglePlace - May 2017
Try the Impossible burger. It's way different than any veggie burger I've had before. I think it was worth it.Foursquare - May 2017
Went for dinner, had an Cockscomb,!The dim sum platter was the best of our meal. 12 pieces, about $10.95 --all yummy.The chow mein was not so good--totally not what we expected and very dry. Would not order again.They made my long island ice-t super strong, so that was a plus!The mango "pudding" shaped like fish was fun to eat, and the best of the 3 jello-like desserts that we ordered. The rainbow "cake" was a favorite of my toddler.Very attentive and friendly staff.GooglePlace - April 2017
Food +3: Delicious and impressive Impossible Burger (sadly only available for lunch weekdays, dinner soon maybe?) As week as fantastic dinner potatoes, great beer, and had a great cocktail and espresso also.
Service: +2 bartender was very nice, had great suggestions, and was very attentive.
Space: +1 very pretty inside, close to convention center (10 minute walk).
Price: -1 more expensive location, probably better value elsewhere (Public house has a cheaper, but not as thich and delicious impossible burger).
Total price with tip = $73
Total score= 5/5GooglePlace - March 2017
Smoked salmon was off the chainz! Also, have the Pine Ridge Chenin Blanc with it😍Foursquare - February 2017
This place is amazing. They have the exclusive license to sell the Impossible Burger (vegetarian or vegan) at lunch in San Francisco. All there salads are out of this world.Foursquare - January 2017
A true meat party. If they have crab, get the crab!Foursquare - December 2016
The chef spent years researching how to make the perfect vegan burger. It's called the Impossible Burger.Foursquare - December 2016
Impossible burger! So goodFoursquare - November 2016
Beef heart tartare, foie gras deviled eggs with chicken skin, and an entire roasted pig head with a gold leaf-adorned snout are just a few of the memorable dishes here, backed up by solid cocktails.Foursquare - October 2016
The smoke salmon and roe sandwich is a delicious lunchFoursquare - August 2016
Ask for a place on the bar and watch the open kitchen. They do an amazing work.Foursquare - May 2016
Grilled cheese with duck eggFoursquare - May 2015
Groups should go for the pin-bone steak ($110 for four), a generous and stunning platter that feels like a Viking banquet. If you’re not a Viking, there’s a culotte—that was juicy and so tender.Foursquare - May 2015
Get the pig headFoursquare - April 2015
Pig parts! Offal Tartare! Sit at bar and watch and feel the wood fire oven. Best resto in SF.Foursquare - April 2015
Come here for some fun twists on classic SF dishes, including a great Celery Victory, and some unpretentious meaty goodness.Foursquare - April 2015
The hamburger is a burger out of ground ham and topped with butter lettuce, grilled onions, dijon mustard and gruyere.Foursquare - April 2015