Seasonal Italian fare in a former chapel
Italian · Polk Gulch · $$$$
The Zagat Review
"The total package" for "a special night out" , this "world-class" Polk Gulch Italian combines chef Suzette Gresham’s "divinely inspired" , "decadent" prix fixe menus with a "top-notch wine list" , all presented by an "impeccable" staff displaying "unmatched professionalism" ; despite the "substantial checks" , it's an "excellent value" , with a "beautifully serene" , "intimate" setting "in what was once a chapel" adding to the "sophisticated treat."
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5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
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5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
location 1722 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94109, USA phone +1 415-567-5432 website directions Get Directions
What To Order
Tasting menus only
Cheese cart
Insider Tip
Acquerello's Italian-only wine list is 100 pages thick, featuring wines from every single region of Italy.
Known For
Special occasions
Zagat Mentions of Acquerello
Google Reviews
Stunning from start to finish. Michael was extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic in every description. Chef bites were impeccable surprises as course interludes. Neither my husband nor I could pick a favorite dish, but anything that was offered off-menu absolutely delighted us besides the uniformly strong Prix fixe menu. Chef Suzette made effortless accommodations for my dietary requirements. Each staffer on the floor made our entire dining experience smooth as butter. Wholeheartedly recommend for a truly elegant, informed dinner in SF.
Suzy Cincinnati · January 12, 2018
My wife and I love this place. One of the most consistent fine dining experiences we have had. Been coming here every year on our anniversary for the past 10 years and it never disappoints. Amazing wine list and the food is incredible. Do yourself a favor, if you have never been please make it a point to go.
Bryce Doyle · January 17, 2018
(Dec 2015) Food quality was great and price was decent. You get to choose your own prix fixe for 3,4, or 5 dishes. We got the beef tartar which was mediocre. The pork belly was great and the balance between fatty and non fatty was good. For pasta we had to gnocchi which was an interesting dish with complicated flavored. The sweet bread pasta was good but a little too salty. The flavor was great though. We also had the rigid pasta with foie gras, their signature. The flavors were a little on the sweet side. For entree we got the swordfish and venison. The swordfish was lean, fish was mediocre. The venison was amazing, cooked at rare was perfect. 2 people 4 course each came out to be $300
Enya Lee · January 22, 2018