Scoma's Restaurant / San Francisco

1 Al Scoma Way Jefferson San Francisco 94133
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:30 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 11:30 - 22:30
Description

Scoma's is a San Francisco icon and the only restaurant located in Fisherman's Wharf with a working 46 foot fishing boat. Freshness and high quality are the main reasons the restaurant has been succes

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GiGi The Hedgehog en
This was the place that was recommended to us over and over. It didn't disappoint. The waiter explained what on the menu was wild caught. The calamari and crab were both very good. They make their own grenadine, which makes for a unique and very delicious Shirley Temple. Their Bloody Marys are also fantastic. GooglePlace - September 2017
r.e. connolly en
We had been looking forward to this dinner for a long time. It was disappointing. Sat us in a small room that was over lit. Way to bright. Food was okay okay at best. I had the mixed grill and it was small with a lot of filler vegetables. The fish itself was tasty but very small pieces. For the price of 190 for two of us I wouldn't recommend it. Go somewhere else. GooglePlace - September 2017
Kevin Grim en
Before going on our honeymoon, we were told by several people that all the places to eat at or around fisherman's wharf are essentially the same...while that isn't a bad thing, the sole exception is Scoma's. While all the seafood around the wharf is likely fresh, at Scoma's not only do you know it is but the service and preparation they put into each meal is unmatched. Our server dutifully told us exactly which dishes were locally caught and prepared fresh vs frozen. I started with the clam chowder and can honestly say it was one of the best I ever had. For entrees, my wife and I had the locally caught, fresh blackened cod. Perfectly cooked and spiced, it was so good, I had to slow myself down to enjoy it more...as well as stop myself from just going caveman on it and eating it with my bare hands. Also, as a bonus, our awesome waiter (who had previously asked what brought us to San Fran after learning that we lived in NJ) brought us some incredible sorbet and ice cream to congratulate us on our marriage/honeymoon. This added an entire new level to our experience. When we are in San Fran again, we will definitely be returning! GooglePlace - September 2017
Jacqui Farnham en
We found this famous gem of an eatery tucked away behind the gaudier offerings on the main drag. It lived up to its reputation. This was some of the best food we had had on our vacation. There are no chowders in bread bowls here. Only delicious, no-nonsense local fish dishes. The children’s meal was fantastic since it included not just fish and fries but also greens and carrots! And, what’s more, it was served on an actual plate! (Unlike many children's meals.) It’s not cheap but it’s much better value than some other local restaurants. Would very highly recommend. GooglePlace - August 2017
Priscilla Magdaleno en
My open faced albacore was delish even though it could have been a bit hotter. The green salad that came with it was tasty and I liked the kind off greens they used not your average ice Berg. It came with French fries with the skin. We were there for lunch so they offered lunch specials which I really at appreciated. They weren't skimpy in their servings either. Although the I've tea was a bit expensive $3 and it came in a small glass. It's the cheapest easiest drink to make. I was a bit irritated but then I remembered we had about 4 baskets of their yummy sourdough bread so I calmed down 😁 overall it was a nice dining experience for me. The service was great. GooglePlace - August 2017