In Situ / San Francisco

SFMOMA 151 3rd St San Francisco 94103
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 15:30
Sun, Thu, Fri, Sat 17:00 - 21:00
average 678 votes
2.6
Critic Reviews @ In Situ
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Tips from the Net @ In Situ
David Caruso-Radin en
3.7 stars is inappropriate. This is 5 stars. Really amazing dishes invisioned by the top chefs around the world prepared impeccably. GooglePlace - June 2017
P K en
I've been here 4 times now, and while I enjoyed the experience, this place ranks low on value. Four little dishes at the bar + tax + SF mandates + mandatory 20% tip came to $59 for two people, without drinks! I would gladly pay for excellent service but it was absent when the place got busy. Perhaps the staff knows they'll get 20% tip anyway so there was little motivation to give top notch service. Also, you can't order food from the bar at the dining room and vice versa. If you're with a large group, and you want to experience the whole menu, you basically have to start at the bar and move into the dining room. It is a bizarre policy that I can't grasp. I like the concept of best dishes from around the world, and I would like to patronize more, but the reasons mentioned give me little reason to. GooglePlace - May 2017
Kathryn Phillips en
The food was indeed inventive but probably the worst value for the money I've had in awhile - and I eat at a lot of good restaurants. Portions were tiny and there were no options to add sides or bread to fill you up. Drinks and wine pours were also meager. Over $200 later for 2 people, we left hungry. And the ambiance is so industrial that it doesn't match the quality of the food. GooglePlace - May 2017
K Chesebro en
Delicious food, beautiful venue BUT portions are very, very small. I mean smaller than the average appetizers. I mean ridiculously tiny. Think minuscule. And expensive!!!! Five of us had lunch for $220 including one drink apiece. We left hungry. Wont be back GooglePlace - April 2017
Chad Horner en
really fun and original concept - the restaurant is truly part of the museum, offering replicates of world-famous dishes from years past Foursquare - April 2017