La Ciccia

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N.º 40 de 9782 sitios para comer en San Francisco
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$$$$ Precio medio: $50-74
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291 30th St
San Francisco, California, Estados Unidos
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Seguro que vas a visitar Harry Steps: la recomendación de sus clientes es que te acerques también a este restaurante. Los estupendos sabores de las cocinas italiana y mediterránea atraen a muchos comensales. Ven a por un atrayente pulpo asado, un famoso estofado de pulpo o un tierno calamar con limón si tienes hambre. Prueba los perfectamente elaborados helados, el bien preparado semifrío o la generosa tarta de azafrán que te ofrece La Ciccia.

La carta de vinos es muy amplia, para que todos los visitantes puedan encontrar alguno que satisfaga su gusto. Es estupendo degustar su excelente café espresso, su sorprendente café americano o su delicioso . Muchos comensales aseguran que el personal es extraordinario. Su divino servicio es un bien conocido añadido. Los justos precios de este lugar siempre son una buena noticia para sus invitados. No hay duda de que vas a agradecer su encantador ambiente y su interesante decoración. Este lugar ha sido seleccionado por Michelin y ha recibido 2 símbolos negros del cuchillo y el tenedor: los inspectores consideran que este restaurante ofrece un óptimo nivel de confort.

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Highly recommend Plan to go back soon Must Order their signature pasta, lamb, flatbread
The dining room is small but intimately so.  It's the kind of place where if you leaned in, you might just catch some conversation but more likely a good glimpse of what your neighbors are savoring.   It was my second visit and the food was as excellent as I remembered.  The pastas, mostly housemade are noteworthy.  We shared three different pastas:   short pasta with tuna heart, a fresh spaghetti with garlic and bottarga,  the special with olives in a sugo.  I don't remember the details and they discourage cell phone use at the table so there's no photographic evidence of the menu or the food.  But what I do recall is the wonderful and unobtrusive service, the chef who came out of the kitchen (twice) to give us a sampling of two kinds of bottarga and a liquor made of berries from Sardina, and good food that doesn't seek to dazzle but somehow plants itself in your subconscious making you nostalgic until you can once again dine at La Ciccia.   Those are the kind of fuzzy memories of warmth and hospitality that you can't quite capture on Instagram.
I have been waiting to try this place for the longest time. I finally went there with 2 other friends yesterday (Wednesday 4/17/19) at around 6:15pm hoping we could get a table without a reservation. Upon arrival, the restaurant was packed already. We were greeted and welcomed but the lady (I wish I could remember her name) told us it would be an hour wait. We decided to wait and strolled around the neighborhood. The lady called me an hour later saying that the table was ready. I was very impressed by their customer service and that they could accommodate us. So, I advice if you can't get a reservation, go there as soon as they open. Or go with a reservation(which is super hard to make ) Anyways, on to the food. We ordered the following - Sardinian flat bread: this is simple but the herbs aroma elevated the flavor - Spaghetti w/lemon zest squid ink - this dish is originally made with a shorter type of pasta but we asked if they could changed to spaghetti instead. The spaghetti is cooked perfectly al dente. The sauce tasted realllyyyy good. My fav dish of the night. My friend even ordered it to-go for lunch tomorrow. - Sardinian macaroni w/ sea urchin tomato and grated tuna - this one is ok. I would not come back for it. - Spaghetti with spicy garlic oil and salt cured fish roe. - if you ever had Japanese mentaiko pasta, they are basically the same. Tasted good. Pasta cooked perfectly. The interior is very homey. I felt like I was at a friend's house and her mom was cooking for me. Overall, I had very good experience. Both food and customer service were great. Would love to come back to try other seafood dishes (shrimp and squid dishes look amazing!)
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291 30th St, San Francisco, California, Estados Unidos
Características
Reserva Tarjetas de crédito aceptadas Sin asientos al aire libre Acceso para discapacitados No hay entrega No wifi Estacionamiento TV
Horario
LunesLun Cerrado
MartesMar 17:30-22:00
MiércolesMié 17:30-22:00
JuevesJue 17:30-22:00
ViernesVie 17:30-22:00
SábadoSáb 17:30-22:00
DomingoDom Cerrado

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