Roasted Sunchoke SoupCaramelized Apple and Toasted Sunflower Seeds
Roasted Stone Fruit SaladToasted Almonts, Herb Yogurt, Caramelized Honey and Thai Chili Vinaigrette
Wild Mushroom and Leek RisottoWith Mushroom Truffle Broth
Choice of Dessert
Russian Osetra Caviar
Russian Osetra CaviarServed with Lobster Potato Blinis and Crème Fraiche
Frog Legs and Trumpet Royale Mushroom RagoutWith Garlic Crème Parsley Foam. Wine Pairing: Clos Selène "La Folie 25th Anniversary" Roussanne, Passot Robles, California, 2011
Butter Poached LobsterParsnip Ravioli, Autumn Salad with Almonds, Truffled Beurre Fondue. Wine Pairing: Domaine Begue-Mathiot, Chablis, France, 2011
Certified Angus Pan Seared Beef TenderloinBearnaise Croquette, Bone Marrow Custard, Bordelaise Sauce. Wine Pairing: Sommelier's Nightly Selection
ComteThis semi hard cow's milk cheese is an AOC cheese that is aged for 18 months. It has a firm, subtle paste with a sweet and nutty flavor - the salt is present but balanced. Wine Pairing: Sommelier's Nightly Selection
Fuji Apple Tart TatinRum Raisin Ice Cream and Spiced Apple Consommé. Wine Pairing: Château Haut-Mouleyre, Cadillac, France, 2009
Petit FoursWine Pairing Available - $80
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Fancy french restaurant. The portions are small but the flavor is fantastic. Ideal for a fancy night.GooglePlace - August 2017
One thing to love about french restaurants is that you are assured not to be served excessively large portions. Thus, we could confidently try several items without fear of overindulgence. Exquisite foie gras, beef filet, baked Alaska. Goldilocks service....not too much or too little, but "just right." Friendly, welcoming staff. Festive decor for Bastille Day. Excluding wine, the bill was $400 for two people.....clearly a special occasion venue, but well worth it.GooglePlace - July 2017
Do yourself a favor and don't waste your money on hyped up greasy French food.
For the price of highly overpriced dinner and wine you could actually go to France.
This place is ideal for those who've never been to Europe and think they're being sophisticated
by being fleeced by some overpriced French fare.
Don't do it.
I've talked to many who regretted going there and walked out hungry.GooglePlace - June 2017
Phenomenal. We came in around 5:15 and needed to get on our way to the airport by 7. The staff didn't miss a beat, perfectly timing our 4 course meal and had us out the door by 6:55 without feeling rushed at all. Food was superb and creative and our waiter was fantastic. Would definitely come back when in the SF area again.GooglePlace - June 2017
I went to their bar lounge that was next door to the restaurant. I ordered Dark and Stormy, which I enjoyed very much. I also tried Johnny Walker blue and that was real smooth. I shared an order of their Mac n cheese with lobster that I found tasty and not so heavy. It's not gooey stringy cheese if that's what you were expecting. I will definitely come back again.GooglePlace - January 2017
Gary Rulli, chef of Emporio Rulli, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Huckleberry Baked Alaska.Foursquare - August 2014
The chef's menu with the wine paring is hard to beat. I mourn the loss of the foie gras though.Foursquare - October 2013
The reviews don't lie - this is THE best restaurant in SF. From lobster to duck to quail to souffles, the dishes are fantastic, both in taste and presentation. And chef pops in a few dishes for free!Foursquare - October 2013
Industry types pop in to this richly decorated Russian Hill hideaway for table-service, well-done cocktails and gussied up bar bites, like truffled popcorn.Foursquare - April 2013
Get the "secret appetizer". Trust me on this one.Foursquare - January 2013
La Dolce Vita
One Michelin star.Foursquare - December 2011
This unintimidating, cozy French restaurant is one of the city’s best dining experiences. Chef Roland Passot is in the kitchen every night. As recommended by Travel Channel host, Anthony Bourdain.Foursquare - December 2011
La Folie Factoid: Anessa = unicorns and cotton candy and rainbows. Enjoy her radiance with your cocktail!Foursquare - September 2011
Anessa = unicorns and cotton candy and rainbows!Foursquare - September 2011
OH, fancy pantsFoursquare - May 2011
SF Weekly's Best Of 2011 Winner - Reader's Poll - BEST FRENCH RESTAURANTFoursquare - May 2011
Just ask for my favorite dish -it's not on the menu and if your nice they will make it :) but it will cost you $$$Foursquare - April 2011
Try the Chocolate Bread PuddingFoursquare - November 2010
Foie gras is enough for 2 people. Although I would order one portion for myself it's so good.Foursquare - October 2010
Try one of Shayna's "Mystery" wines on the bottle list. Awesome values.Foursquare - October 2010