Prospect

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  • Beautifully excuted and presented. Highly recommend.…

  • Really good food. I had the crab and avocado mousse salad and the pork chops. I think that the pork was the best I ever had - cooked perfectly. Servic…

  • Great evening. Lovely room with great service and a helpful sommelier. Fiddlehead pasta, swordfish and a cheese course were all excellent. Highly reco…


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Prospect is open for Casual Dining. Prospect serves California dishes. Incorrect or missing information? Make a report, or claim the restaurant if you own it!

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5 Reviews on “Prospect”

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  • Christina Dashiell

    Beautifully excuted and presented. Highly recommend.

  • Epicurious George

    Really good food. I had the crab and avocado mousse salad and the pork chops. I think that the pork was the best I ever had – cooked perfectly. Service was great, too. I definitely recommend.

  • Kirsten

    Great evening. Lovely room with great service and a helpful sommelier. Fiddlehead pasta, swordfish and a cheese course were all excellent. Highly recommend.

  • California3

    Where’s the beef. Wow. What a disappointment. Heard so much about the burger. It’s a very small burger. Meat itself tastes good and is cooked to temperature desired. But the burger is dominated by the roll and tomato. Not much tastier than a nice home cooked burger on the grill. Hard to get a table. Call to be sure they will serve you the burger at a dinner table. Loved the fries. Desert was not memorable.

  • David G

    Striking Gold in the Dining Mine. These guys seem like they’ve been around for a cool little minute, so it was nice to see that they are still going about it like they have something to prove. The bar setting is impressive…high ceilings, big glass, good light fixtures and plenty of Match.com first drink dates. Fortunately, the cocktail program makes the crowd watching a bit less painful…I know, welcome to happy hour in the financial district. The dining room is massive yet still welcomes you. I couldn’t see a bad table in it. While the room felt sleek but warm, the food also follows that dichotomy. Metroyeoman?.. Rustichic?.. Farm to Finance? Whatever term you drop it all works. Serious plates that don’t get lost by trying too hard or lack of balance. The Head to Hoof feature was obscene elegance-crispy trotter croquette with shaved ear and arugula. The menu is well inspired but don’t fight the feeling if your entree selection is a toss-up between the pork or chicken. Service was friendly, smart, efficient, professional, with just the right manager touches (thanks Sarah) to deliver a complete and memorable experience.

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300 Spear Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

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