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  • New Michelin Guide San Francisco 2012

    New Michelin Guide San Francisco 2012

    Posted by Foodnut.com

    Reviewer: Foodnut.com

    Michelin Guide San Francisco 2012: Restaurants & Hotels (Michelin Red Guide San Francisco)

    New 2012 Foodie bible Michelin San Francisco Bay Area & Wine Country Restaurants 2012 was just released.  $12 at Amazon.

    There are omissions as usual..!  Our commentary is below with Links to Foodnut.com reviews when possible. (Boy we’ve dined out a lot haven’t we?)

    They forgot to include these restaurants in their lists starred or bib gourmand categories:
    Alexander’s Steakhouse
    Asian Pearl Peninsula
    Baker and Banker
    Bourbon Steak
    Donato Enoteca
    Fifth Floor
    Koi Palace
    La Ciccia

    Mission Chinese
    RN74 R&G Lounge
    The House
    Wayfare Tavern
    Zuni Cafe

    Michelin Star rated San Francisco restaurants for 2012:

    3 STARS (Exceptional cuisine and worth the journey)
    The French Laundry – Yountville
    The Restaurant at Meadowood – St. Helena

    2 STARS (Excellent cooking and worth a detour)
    Baumé - Palo Alto – 1 star in our opinion
    Benu – San Francisco
    Coi – San Francisco
    Cyrus – Healsburg
    Manresa – Los Gatos
    Saison- San Francisco

    1 STAR (Very good restaurant in its category)
    Acquerello – San Francisco
    Alexander’s Steakhouse – About time!
    Ame – San Francisco
    Applewood – Guerneville
    Atelier Crenn – San Francisco
    Auberge du Soleil – Rutherford
    Aziza- San Francisco
    Bouchon – Yountville
    Boulevard – San Francisco
    Campton Place
    Chez TJ – Mountain View
    Commis – Oakland
    Dio Deka – Los Gatos
    etoile – Yountville
    Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant – Forestville
    Fleur de Lys – San Francisco – Hmm – Bib Gourmand with us
    Frances – San Francisco
    Gary Danko – San Francisco
    La Costanera – Half Moon Bay – Shocking!
    La Folie – San Francisco
    La Toque – Napa
    Luce - San Francisco
    Madera - Palo Alto
    Madrona Manor – Healdsburg
    Masa’s – San Francisco
    Michael Mina – San Francisco
    Mirepoix – Windsor
    One Market – San Francisco
    Plumed Horse – Saratoga
    Quince – San Francisco
    Redd – Yountville
    Santé – Sonoma
    Solbar - Calistoga
    Sons & Daughters – San Francisco – Shockingly new too!
    Spruce – San Francisco
    Terra - St. Helena
    Terrapin Creek – Bodega Bay – Shocker
    Ubuntu – Napa
    The Village Pub – Woodside
    Wakuriya – San Mateo

    Wow. Chez Panisse dropped off the list due to being inconsistent. Our last meal at Chez Panisse Cafe was very good and a classic farm to table meal. No modern innovation though..

    Michelin 2012 Bib Gourmand San Francisco restaurants (two dishes and a glass of wine or dessert) for $40 or less, otherwise known as “Inspectors’ Favorites for Good Value”

    Missing from Bib Gourmand list in our opinion: AsianPearl PeninsulaNopaSakae – Burlingame – Yuzu is their cheaper sister restaurant – Una Pizza Napoletana

    A 16 – San Francisco
    Artisan Bistro – Lafayette
    Bar Bambino – San Francisco
    Bar Tartine – San Francisco
    BarBersQ – Napa
    Bay Wolf – Oakland
    Bellanico – Oakland
    Betelnut Pejiu Wu – San Francisco
    Bistro Aix – San Francisco
    Bistro Jeanty – Yountville
    Bistro 29 – Santa Rosa
    Bottega – Yountville
    Boon Eat + Drink – Sonoma County
    Burma Superstar – SF, Oakland
    C Casa – Napa
    Chapeau! – We’d consider it for one star.
    Chevalier – Lafayette
    Chu – Oakland
    Colibrí – San Francisco
    Contigo – San Francisco
    Cook – St. Helena
    Corso – Berkeley
    Cotogna - San Francisco
    Crouching Tiger – Redwood City – Not that great!
    Cucina Paradiso – Petaluma
    Delarosa – How about sister restaurant Beretta?
    Delfina – San Francisco – One star in our book
    Domo – San Francisco
    Dosa – San Francisco
    eVe – Berkeley
    Fish Story – Napa Valley
    FIVE – Berkeley
    flour + water – San Francisco
    Fringale – San Francisco
    Gather – Berkeley
    Hachi Ju Hachi – Saratoga
    Hibiscus – Oakland
    Hot Box Grill – Sonoma County
    Incanto – San Francisco
    Insalata’s – San Anselmo
    Ippuku – Berkeley
    Kappou Gomi – San Francisco
    Kabab & Curry’s – Santa Clara
    Kitchen (The) – Millbrae
    K & L Bistro – Sebastopol
    Kokkari Estiatorio – San Francisco
    LaSalette – Sonoma County
    Laurus – Danville
    Le Charm – San Francisco
    Le Garage – Sausalito
    Mamacita – San Francisco
    Marinitas – San Anselmo
    Monti’s Rotisserie – Santa Rosa
    Namu – San Francisco – Overrated
    Oenotri - Napa
    Osteria Coppa – San Mateo – Damn good pasta tasting menu
    Perbacco – Deserves 1 star. Add Barbacco to Bib Gourmand.
    Picán – Oakland
    Plum – Oakland
    Risibisi – Petaluma
    Rivoli – Berkeley
    Sazón – Sonoma County
    Scopa – Sonoma County
    Slanted Door (The) – Deserves 1 star.
    Slow Club – San Francisco
    Sociale – San Francisco
    SPQR – San Francisco
    Starbelly – San Francisco
    Sumika – Los Altos – Nice but not stellar.
    Sushi Ran – Sausalito – Deserves 1 star?
    Thai House – Danville
    the girl & the fig – Sonoma
    Troya – San Francisco
    Willi’s Wine Bar – Santa Rosa
    Wood Tavern – Oakland
    Yank Sing – San Francisco – How about R&G Lounge?
    Zero Zero – San Francisco

    Lost Stars:

    Murray Circle – Sausalito, The Dining Room at the Ritz Carlton – San Francisco

    Posted on October 26th, 2011
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