The reviews suggest that this would be better value than other places. In practice it was very disappointing. The wine is overpriced and the fish stew was small and thin.
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Small Italian restaurant within the Belden St alley. Very small place - cozy, for sure. Good wines, and a dinner menu of beef, seafood and some pasta dishes. My pasta dish featured some (apparently) fresh made pasta with a well cooked beef-tomato sauce that was...More
The service is spot on right at the entrance when you're welcomed, then they'll offer you very warm and tasty bread and definitely enjoy some nice wine under the sun outdoors. Their food is amazing: fresh raw oysters, delicious and scrumptious tuna carppacio and an...More
Late dinner (9pm) with a friend on a Saturday eve. They weren't very eager to seat us for some reason but agreed to, outside in the alley. Chilly evening, but fine with heat lamps going. We had burrata with bruschetta to start, and I had...More
Food is very good! really taste and delicous. The clams as an appetizer were really good,yummi. And the angels hair (pasta with shrimps) too. Service is excellent. Nothing bad to say about. Price is also ok. Don't be afraid just because it is not a...More
Belden Place has many restaurants to choose from. Check the menus and decide which one is right for you, then try another one next time. Today was a magnificent day to eat lunch outside, so we did. The menu is not extensive, but the seafood...More
We receeived a warm and friendly welcome at the Brindiisi. We both opted for pasta and were not disappointed. Normally we can't finish a full plate but had no problem with the tasty food here!! With a limoncello mojito to start and a complimentary limoncello...More
It wasn't too busy at our early dinner, and we had excellent food and am efficient waiter who never left us waiting or wanting. The table had various pasta dishes and one had the salmon. All were quite tasty and the oyster appetizers were small,...More
We live in Denver and good ethnic food is not that easy to find. This is a charming small authentically good Italian restaurant. The carbonara and spaghetti with meatballs did not disappoint. My husband ordered the cioppino which was chock full of seafood. The Italian...More
This is a favorite where I meet friends in the business district of San Francisco. The food is always very fresh and good and the people that run the place are really nice. If you're into desserts, you'll definitely want to order one here.