Caffe Museo

★★★☆☆
  • 151 Third St

    San Francisco, CA 94103

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  • 415-357-4500

About Caffe Museo

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  • Restaurants
  • Californian Restaurants
  • Italian Restaurants
Details
  • $
  • Carry Out
  • Family-Friendly Dining
  • Group Dining
  • Local Favorite
  • Outdoor Dining
  • People Watching

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not sure what the other two reviewers were talking about, but i had a salad and it was excellent!!! it was 2:00 in the afternoon on a thursday and i thought for sure the place would have slowed down by then, but it was still jumping from lunch. i was VERY impressed with the vegetable salad! it was pricey, but what do you expect from a museum cafe?!?!?! i knew my salad would at least be $10. oh, and although a couple of the floors of the museum were closed for construction (will re-open oct. 8th, 07), the floors that were left open were well worth it!

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★★★★★

not sure what the other two reviewers were talking about, but i had a salad and it was excellent!!! it was 2:00 in the afternoon on a thursday and i thought for sure the place would have slowed down by then, but it was still jumping from lunch. i was VERY impressed with the vegetable salad! it was pricey, but what do you expect from a museum cafe?!?!?! i knew my salad would at least be $10. oh, and although a couple of the floors of the museum were closed for construction (will re-open oct. 8th, 07), the floors that were left open were well worth it!

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Deplorable service, often not merely inadequate, but actually insulting. Not up to the standards of even the most basic cafe, and it purports to serve an upwardly mobile and/or tourist clientele. This is no way to represent out city to out-of-towners. Food is merely adequate, and dramatically overpriced for the neighborhood. Serving personnel have obviously been told to treat the customers like street-people. Perhaps because that's what THEY were before they were mysteriously hired by one of our leading cultural institutions. Thumbs WAY down, and no stars for this disaster.

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★☆☆☆☆

Deplorable service, often not merely inadequate, but actually insulting. Not up to the standards of even the most basic cafe, and it purports to serve an upwardly mobile and/or tourist clientele. This is no way to represent out city to out-of-towners. Food is merely adequate, and dramatically overpriced for the neighborhood. Serving personnel have obviously been told to treat the customers like street-people. Perhaps because that's what THEY were before they were mysteriously hired by one of our leading cultural institutions. Thumbs WAY down, and no stars for this disaster.

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I had lunch with friends and I ordered the chicken panini. While my friend waited for her ham panini to be grilled, they quickly produced my order - I looked at the plate and observed that it was cold. When I inquired, they said it is a "grilled chicken" panini; so the chicken is grilled, not the sandwich. Is it me, or did they just serve me a grilled chicken sandwich? When it says panini, doesn't one assume that the bread and the fillings are grilled? Anyway, I ended up eating my lukewarm grilled chicken within two slices of cold bread and almost no dressing. It was quite dry. I didn't even touch the oil soaked potato chips and the single slice of limp pickle. I would have had a much more satisfying lunch if I walked over to Chevy's next door. Oh well.

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★★☆☆☆

I had lunch with friends and I ordered the chicken panini. While my friend waited for her ham panini to be grilled, they quickly produced my order - I looked at the plate and observed that it was cold. When I inquired, they said it is a "grilled chicken" panini; so the chicken is grilled, not the sandwich. Is it me, or did they just serve me a grilled chicken sandwich? When it says panini, doesn't one assume that the bread and the fillings are grilled? Anyway, I ended up eating my lukewarm grilled chicken within two slices of cold bread and almost no dressing. It was quite dry. I didn't even touch the oil soaked potato chips and the single slice of limp pickle. I would have had a much more satisfying lunch if I walked over to Chevy's next door. Oh well.

Pros: Location, Quick

Cons: Overpriced, mediocre food

 

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