In Situ / San Francisco

SFMOMA 151 3rd St San Francisco 94103
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 16:00
average 1417 votes
Critic Reviews @ In Situ
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Tips from the Net @ In Situ
Bar S en
Michelin 1 star, good to come back for their new menu. This mash potato with the squid ink balance the flavour. Very delicious. Foursquare - December 2017
Wilson Favre-Delerue en
Successful - and fun! - experiment in having a great kitchen brigade recreate the dishes of legendary chefs. On our visit the apocalypse burger and sea urchin in lobster jell-o particularly delish. Foursquare - December 2017
Dev Park en
Oy. What an awesome concept, marred by milquetoast execution. Michelin prices accompanied by amateurish service. Delicious recreations of the finest dishes in the world, on a menu that's poorly balanced. Exquisitely designed furniture and ambiance, in cold, clinical lighting and bland tabling. I still think this could be the hottest restaurant in the city, but right now it still feels like Tim Cook's Apple. GooglePlace - December 2017
Tang Hanpei en
It will be more appropriate to define this restaurant as an experimental tapas restaurant. The price is fair conserving the size and the quality. Up to this level, dining here is more of appreciating art than meeting basic needs. Octopus, with heavy seasoning, must be eaten with the sweety soup that comes with it. Cooked perfectly with interesting seasoning. The dessert is molted Chocolate cake with bubbles on top, the cake is made perfectly. Visually enjoyable dishes! GooglePlace - November 2017
Donald Dewar en
Lovely food, but comically small portions. The impeccably polite waiter said the "Apocalypse burger" probably wasn't a good choice for sharing. Indeed. I wasn't sure if it was a joke when it arrived because the burger was exactly one inch across. Not so much unsuitable for sharing as gone in a single mouthful. A delicious mouthful, I admit, but there's a line between edgy, concept food and taking your customers for a ride. At $14 for the mouthful, I went home hungry, and feeling I had been scammed. Other dishes were similarly tasty-but-tiny, except the exquisite desserts, which rather showed up the rest of the menu. I loved the food, but couldn't get over the bitter aftertaste of feeling exploited. I won't be going back. GooglePlace - September 2017