E&O Asian Kitchen / San Francisco

314 Sutter St at Grant San Francisco 94108
Opening Hours
Sun 17:00 - 21:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:30 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 11:30 - 23:00

Executive Chef Sharon Nahm creates exciting and bold flavors in modern Asian dishes. A sleek lounge offers guests a chance to enjoy shareable savory bites and creative cocktails. Spanning three floors, the restaurant offers numerous function rooms for private events. Easy off-site parking is available at the Sutter-Stockton garage across the street. “We want our guests to feel comfortable creating their own experience, whether shared plates, light bites or a full meal, while complementing our energetic new lounge and bar program with savory bites and creative cocktails.”- Chef Sharon Nahm

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Critic Reviews @ E&O Asian Kitchen
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Tips from the Net @ E&O Asian Kitchen
Vaibhav Natu en
Helpful service. Interesting twists on traditional Asian/Indian cuisine. Nice ambience. Five minutes walk from Union Square. Fair pricing. GooglePlace - December 2017
Matt Hooper en
Went for happy hour. Great service. Comfortable hip ambience. Menu selections very good. Try the dollar oysters and chicken satay. Definitely going back. GooglePlace - December 2017
Jay Masunaga en
I really like the variety of upscale Asian foods offered here. The bar is superb. It's highly recommended to make reservations. Parking can be found at the Sutter Stockton garage next door. GooglePlace - December 2017
Blake Burch en
When I went to E&O, my group ordered multiple items off the menu, family style. After trying multiple things off the menu, I can confidently say that the corn fritters are the best thing about this place. I'm still craving them weeks later. Everything else on the menu was good as well, although all of the deserts (except the ginger spice cookies) were a miss for our group. That said, you won't be disappointed with your experience here. GooglePlace - November 2017
Nuria Spijker en
Limited menu, but what they do have to offer is excellent. I had the prawn satay, which was wonderful and an interesting twist on traditional nutty satay. I had the silky chocolate cake for dessert which was sinfully delicious and worth a visit all on its own. The service was phenomenal from the moment I stepped in the door to the last bite of dessert. Nice ambience too, both for dining alone (as I was) as well as with a group. GooglePlace - November 2017