State Bird Provisions / San Francisco

1529 Fillmore St btwn Geary & O'Farrell San Francisco 94115
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 17:30 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 17:30 - 23:00

....state bird provisions started as a recipe for serving quail, it has slowly evolved into a restaurant without any programmed elements.....

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Tips from the Net @ State Bird Provisions
Matt Ivester en
For the price, and for how difficult it was to get a reservation, I just didn't love the food or the experience. Don't get me wrong, the food was very good. It just wasn't amazing. And the nature of the dining experience just felt rushed. If I'm going to spend this much, I'd rather go somewhere and enjoy a longer meal. GooglePlace - September 2017
Brandon Dixon en
One of my favorite restaurants in the city. A dimsum-like style where you select small dishes from a cart that change on a regular basis. A great place to take friends and family visiting the city. If you don't score reservations, you can line up outside for a walk in, but be prepared to get their at least a half hour before they open otherwise you won't be seated. GooglePlace - August 2017
Eric Chappell en
My favorite dining experience in SF. Excellent atmosphere and fun device style with a great take on the dim sum cart. Try to get a seat at the counter so you can watch the chefs work. Try the burrata, dumplings, Korean ribs and obviously, the state bird, which is fried and served with a sour lemon sauce. GooglePlace - August 2017
Alejandro Sanchez en
STELLAR! The food is to die for and its all served dim-sum style. My GF and I were able to reserve a table for the night by visiting them in person during the evening. Would definitely return to try the variety of dishes. Expect to pay $100 per person for a complete and satisfying dinner. GooglePlace - July 2017
Celina Tousignant en
Our favorite restaurant in San Francisco! We have a hard time getting reservations, as they book up early, but our fail-safe trick is to wait in line starting around 4:30 or 5:00 PM (maybe with a roadie, liquor store is a few doors down), and get a seat for that same night. Come hungry - and don't assume a dish will pass around twice, get it the first time if you're interested. Food is ordered off the menu (try the pancakes and the toasts!) or Dim-Sum style on trays. We recommend eating 80-90% dim-sum and 10-20% off the menu for groups of 2-4. GooglePlace - June 2017