Nine-Ten

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N.º 5 de 13381 sitios para comer en San Diego
Abierto ahora 06:30 - 22:00
Americana, Nueva cocina americana, Opciones vegetarianas
$$$$ Precio medio: $31-60
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910 Prospect St
San Diego, California, Estados Unidos
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Girard Avenue and Prospect Street es algo que no puedes perderte antes de disfrutar de una comida estupenda en este restaurante. Nine-Ten te garantiza una famosa ensalada de langosta, unas extraordinarias vieiras y unas exquisitas costillas de ternera. Degusta su bien trabajado pastel de chocolate, su casero helado de vainilla o su sabrosa tostada francesa. No dejes pasar la oportunidad de tomar un sorprendente chardonnay, una sensacional cerveza de grifo o un espectacular champán. Su excelente frappé de chocolate, su magnífico té helado o su delicioso zumo harán que tu comida esté incluso más deliciosa, lo que, seguramente, te hará volver.

Lo único que necesitas para tus vacaciones con la familia es un lugar acogedor con un hermoso interior. El personal en este lugar es increíble y siempre está dispuesto a resolver cualquier duda sobre la carta. Su divino servicio es algo que estos restauradores saben cuidar. Este lugar te ofrece manjares a unos precios justos. La valoración que ha conseguido en Frommer es de 3 estrellas, lo que hace de este restaurante un establecimiento excepcional.

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Es un lugar acojedor, muy amables y la comida es 9 de 10 pedimos la merced del chef de 6 tiempos con maridaje estubo exquisito, recomenndado.
Muy rico y la atmósfera del lugar súper agradable. Linda terraza y excelente servicio.
My first experience with NINE-TEN Restaurant & Bar was when I had a staycation at The Grand Colonial in La Jolla. We went to the restaurant for their happy hour and had a wonderful experience. They also provide room service for the hotel so that's what we opted for the next morning. And let me tell you - their french toast was unlike no other. It felt like a first kiss you with your childhood crush. I've visited NINE-TEN a few times now but unfortunately their breakfast & brunch failed to impress. 1st visit (Happy Hour): CHARCUTERIE BOARD: - generous portion and wonderful selection of meat/cheeses SHORT RIB PANINI: - meat was tender and juicy SHISHITO PEPPERS: - deep fried and nicely salted 2nd visit (ROOM SERVICE): OMELETTE: - nothing memorable FRENCH TOAST: - We had asked for all the components to be on the side (I think nuts and whipped cream). The french toast didn't need much though. It was the most decadent french toast I've EVER had. It must have been soaked in a bath of cream and eggs as the toast tasted almost like custard. It was so creamy, heavenly, and pure bliss. Not overly sweet. Truly one of the best dishes I've eaten all year. 3rd visit (MID WEEK BREAKFAST): BENEDICT: - The benedict wasn't very good. The hollandaise sauce was lukewarm and tasted too sour. SIDE OF SAUSAGE PATTIES: - We ordered a side of sausage patties and they were terrible. It was overcooked and almost impossible to cut through. We took one bite and that was it. FRENCH TOAST: - We again asked for the toppings to be on the side so we could add to our liking. Unfortunately, the french toast tasted nothing like the room service version. It tasted dry and condensed. There was no pudding or custard-like feeling to this version. It was disappointing to say the least. The entire breakfast tasted like it was cooked by line cooks. Just amateur and without much thought. I've read such fantastic reviews about the head chef here at NINE-TEN so I must assume he didn't work that morning we visited. 4TH & FINAL VISIT (EASTER BRUNCH): I don't like doing Easter brunch as it's always a chaotic, mass produced food, kinda day. I wanted to treat my girlfriend to brunch after church and decided to give NINE-TEN another try. They had a 3 course meal for only $35pp. Plus, bottomless mimosas for $16pp. NINE-TEN was incredibly disorganized that Easter Sunday. Especially with a set menu. Our first dish didn't arrive until almost one hour after we sat down. Other patrons felt the same frustrations. We ordered: FRENCH TOAST: - This french toast had a scoop of chocolate ganache. The french toast again was dry and deflated. The ganache was fine but very sweet. AVOCADO TOAST: - The toast was burnt. The avocado spread needed more salt. We didn't eat more than two bites of this small toast. HUEVOS RANCHEROS: - Girlfriend said the huevo rancheros were good. LOBSTER BENEDICT: - The eggs were poached nicely. The hollandaise sauce was runny. I wasn't sure if the lobster was fresh or canned. my blog has more detailed review and pics We were at NINE-TEN for almost 2.5 hours at this point. The food was that slow. We weren't really hungry for dessert after the disappointing courses. Nine-Ten set the expectation so high with an amazing first experience however they've been unable to approximate the first kiss. We gave the relationship a try though with four visits. Ultimately the breakup was sad but with no hard feelings.
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910 Prospect St, San Diego, California, Estados Unidos
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Asientos al aire libre Reserva Tarjetas de crédito aceptadas Wifi Estacionamiento Acceso para discapacitados Para llevar TV
Horario
LunesLun 06:30-21:30
MartesMar 06:30-21:30
MiércolesMié 06:30-21:30
JuevesJue 06:30-21:30
ViernesVie 06:30-22:00
SábadoSáb 06:30-22:00
DomingoDom 07:30-21:30
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