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600 Stockton Street
San Francisco 94108
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Category:  5 Star Fine Dining
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The Dining Room - Profile

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Dinner at the Ritz is a formal occasion, suitable for deal brokering, marriage proposals and all matters that require impressive surroundings. The city’s only five-star restaurant is known for service with a quiet flourish amid lavish trimmings like shining silver carts carrying champagne, desserts or cheese. Every dish created by chef Ron Siegel is a shining, unique little jewel. He’s known for haute French cuisine with Japanese touches—most evident in pairing subtle flavors like shiso and yuzu, and his delicate way with seafood. In the beautifully crafted nine-course tasting menu, a different meal is served to every other person at the table. An innovative recent menu played with the concept of “salt and pepper,” using flavored salts (vanilla, ginger) and peppers (alepepo, Szechuan pepper) to set off abalone, foie gras and sorbet, among other ingredients. Spring for the wine pairing; the 12,000-bottle cellar is nothing short of astonishing.

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Dinner at the Ritz is a formal occasion, suitable for deal brokering, marriage proposals and all matters that require impressive surroundings. The city’s only five-star restaurant is known for service with a quiet flourish amid lavish trimmings like shining silver carts carrying champagne, desserts or cheese. Every dish created by chef Ron Siegel is a shining, unique little jewel. He’s known for haute French cuisine with Japanese touches—most evident in pairing subtle flavors like shiso and yuzu, and his delicate way with seafood. In the beautifully crafted nine-course tasting menu, a different meal is served to every other person at the table. An innovative recent menu played with the concept of “salt and pepper,” using flavored salts (vanilla, ginger) and peppers (alepepo, Szechuan pepper) to set off abalone, foie gras and sorbet, among other ingredients. Spring for the wine pairing; the 12,000-bottle cellar is nothing short of astonishing.

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