I really had a great authentic french bistro breakfast here. Absolutely loved the Oeufs en Meurette dish, very original and so tasty. I had a big café au lait and enjoyed watching the diverse crowd converse with each other.
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As France is a place I visit twice a year, I can easily compare this cafe to the ones there. I was expecting a higher quality of food especially because it was really pricey. Had the croque madame that came with fries that were clearly...More
We ate breakfast in this French-style cafe during a recent trip to San Francisco and enjoyed the food. Our eggs were poached perfectly and the tasty potatoes were nicely prepared. My husband's pancakes (American-style) were light and delicious. I had a Pain au chocolat that...More
This is a centrally located tourist French cafe situated at the gateway to Chinatown on the corner of Bush St. & Grant Ave. My wife and I decided to give it a try as we've walked pass it many times without having tried it. Unfortunately,...More
A very French ambiance not far from Chinatown. The style is bistro- excellent food, nice wine selection and great looking desserts. The prix fixe menu looks great and the specials are creative- the couscous was spicy and very tasty. Service was great.
I often visit this place for breakfast when I’m in San Fran. On this occasion it felt like something has gone wrong. The espresso was as good as ever but my choice of food seemed to challenge the kitchen. I ordered boiled eggs and they...More
Located right at the Chinatown gate, the decor of Cafe D La Presse oozes frenchiness and the promise of delicious breakfast. Alas. Alas. My poached eggs arrived shriveled and smelling strongly of vinegar water that they were boiled in. This indicates that they a) can't...More
Now I know where a Frenchman can go in San Francisco ( and there are many...it remains a favorite tourist destination for the French) when he or she gets homesick. Cafe de la Presse has managed to carve out a very authentic corner of France...More
This cafe is an easy walk from Union Square, located right next to the Dragon's Gate in Chinatown. My husband truly enjoyed his Egg's Benedict remarking that the Hollandaise sauce was one of the best he'd ever tasted. I tried the croissant sandwich, which was...More