COI Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 373 Broadway

    San Francisco, CA 94133

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  • 415-393-9000

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Intriguing combination of flavors and ingredients. I absolutely loved the inverted cherry tomato tart. The presentation of the dishes were beautiful. Complimentary valet parking is available.

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Intriguing combination of flavors and ingredients. I absolutely loved the inverted cherry tomato tart. The presentation of the dishes were beautiful. Complimentary valet parking is available.

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Diverse ingredients, powerful flavor combinations, excellent food. Hats off to Daniel Patterson for providing a truly memorable meal.

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Diverse ingredients, powerful flavor combinations, excellent food. Hats off to Daniel Patterson for providing a truly memorable meal.

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We were so excited to finally try this place, but we were seriously let down by both the food and service. The wine took an unbelivable amount of time to arrive to the table and when it finally did, they still needed to chill it.

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We were so excited to finally try this place, but we were seriously let down by both the food and service. The wine took an unbelivable amount of time to arrive to the table and when it finally did, they still needed to chill it.

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We were all extremely excited to try Coi based on the phenomenal reviews that it has received. From start to finish, we were underwhelmed by all 11 courses. For $115, every course should be memorable. There is no way that this

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We were all extremely excited to try Coi based on the phenomenal reviews that it has received. From start to finish, we were underwhelmed by all 11 courses. For $115, every course should be memorable. There is no way that this

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I had an incredible experience at Coi. The beet amuse bouche was breathtaking and set the standard for the rest of the meal. Sommelier Paul Einbund offered us an innovative cocktail at the start of the evening that added a terrific

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I had an incredible experience at Coi. The beet amuse bouche was breathtaking and set the standard for the rest of the meal. Sommelier Paul Einbund offered us an innovative cocktail at the start of the evening that added a terrific

Pros: Food, Service

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I had an incredible experience at Coi. I received VIP treatment from the time I arrived until the time I left. I chose the 10-course tasting menu and the food was very well paced with the staff extremely attentive yet not intrusive. My

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I had an incredible experience at Coi. I received VIP treatment from the time I arrived until the time I left. I chose the 10-course tasting menu and the food was very well paced with the staff extremely attentive yet not intrusive. My

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This was by far one of the worst dining experiences in the City. I have ate at all the best and at Patterson's prior two restaurants. At Coi (which they quickly remind you is pronounced "quio") the portions were small given the $105.00

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This was by far one of the worst dining experiences in the City. I have ate at all the best and at Patterson's prior two restaurants. At Coi (which they quickly remind you is pronounced "quio") the portions were small given the $105.00

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The restaurant is decorated very nicely and has a nice look. The service was also very good. Unfortunately that's where my compliments end. I had the tasting menu, at $105 for aprrox. 9 courses. I am not new to small portions on a

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The restaurant is decorated very nicely and has a nice look. The service was also very good. Unfortunately that's where my compliments end. I had the tasting menu, at $105 for aprrox. 9 courses. I am not new to small portions on a

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We were excited to try Coi. We've loved the food at Elizabeth Daniel and enjoyed going out to Frisson so I looked forward to dining at Daniel Patterson's latest venue. While it's a good looking space, and the service was attentive, at

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We were excited to try Coi. We've loved the food at Elizabeth Daniel and enjoyed going out to Frisson so I looked forward to dining at Daniel Patterson's latest venue. While it's a good looking space, and the service was attentive, at

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Ordered the tasting menu a few nights ago and it was one of the most memorable meals ever. The kitchen's obviously in sync. Stand out courses were the suckling pig, the soup and the cod.\r
Wine list is quite reasonably priced as well.

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Ordered the tasting menu a few nights ago and it was one of the most memorable meals ever. The kitchen's obviously in sync. Stand out courses were the suckling pig, the soup and the cod.\r
Wine list is quite reasonably priced as well.

Pros: Food, flavors, inventive

Cons: On weekends this neighborhood can have a bit of a cheesy crowd

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Coi is a treat. Daniel Patterson whips up delicious, original creations (try the crisp pigs feet -- I swear, they'll change your life) served in the mellow, secluded dining area. To top off the tastiness of the fare, the staff are all

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Coi is a treat. Daniel Patterson whips up delicious, original creations (try the crisp pigs feet -- I swear, they'll change your life) served in the mellow, secluded dining area. To top off the tastiness of the fare, the staff are all

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Simply put, Coi was one of the most incredible dining experiences. Destined to be a success among the Business/Professional Elite or the sophisticated epicures within San Francisco.

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Simply put, Coi was one of the most incredible dining experiences. Destined to be a success among the Business/Professional Elite or the sophisticated epicures within San Francisco.

Pros: Setting, Food, Service

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We ordered the 9 course tasting menu and it is one of the best meals I have ever had. The flavors were interesting and creative. It is worth every penny. The service is outstanding. Coi will exceed your expectations.

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We ordered the 9 course tasting menu and it is one of the best meals I have ever had. The flavors were interesting and creative. It is worth every penny. The service is outstanding. Coi will exceed your expectations.

Pros: creative food, service

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Coi is an intimate new spot in town. The food is a treat for your mouth. The staff is friendly and aproachable. Everything about Coi puts a new spin on fine dining. It's a must try for restaurant goers.

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Coi is an intimate new spot in town. The food is a treat for your mouth. The staff is friendly and aproachable. Everything about Coi puts a new spin on fine dining. It's a must try for restaurant goers.

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Service: slow, unfriendly, outstandingly poor, unprofessional
Champagne: warm
Food: overpriced, not tasty
Interior: boring, have seen this already 1000x
Advice: please don't go. Spend your money somewhere else.

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Service: slow, unfriendly, outstandingly poor, unprofessional
Champagne: warm
Food: overpriced, not tasty
Interior: boring, have seen this already 1000x
Advice: please don't go. Spend your money somewhere else.

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Restaurant ReviewGASTRONOMIC TRANQUILITY COMES TO BROADWAYBy Carol PetersonAs Telegraph Hill/North Beach people, we are used to the casual and raucous dining environments that characterize favorite eateries as diverse as Tommasos and

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When we called Coi last month just to see if they were open yet, we found out that the first night they were open to the public was that Saturday (April 14), so we decided to go on a whim (even though first nights can sometimes be iffy).

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When we called Coi last month just to see if they were open yet, we found out that the first night they were open to the public was that Saturday (April 14), so we decided to go on a whim (even though first nights can sometimes be iffy).

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When I first saw mention of Coi in the Gayot SF News section, I was intrigued. Daniel Patterson (of Frisson and Elisabeth Daniel) had thrown down the gauntlet that California Cuisine hadn't fully evolved past what Alice Waters was doing

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When I first saw mention of Coi in the Gayot SF News section, I was intrigued. Daniel Patterson (of Frisson and Elisabeth Daniel) had thrown down the gauntlet that California Cuisine hadn't fully evolved past what Alice Waters was doing

 

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