- Payment method:
- amex, visa, all major credit cards
- Southeast San Francisco, Potrero Hill
- French Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: No
Drive Through: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Burgers, American, French, Hot Dogs, Fast Food, European, Continental
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
07/25/2007Provided by Citysearch -
My favorite day of the week looks something like this, I make an appointment for my amazing hot rock massage at In-Symmetry (other side of the hill- different review) at 10:30 a.m., saunter to my car around 11:45, take a quick scenic drive up and over the hill to find a ton of parking and slowly eat my amazingly fantastic lunch.
It is the best day a girl could ask for. The server is always friendly with an amazingly attractive accent and the food is even better. Everything from the fries to the salads are a winner. Right now I seem to be stuck on the prosciutto paninis. Worth each and every calorie!!!!
07/18/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The reason why I love this place is that I get to watch someone do something they love so well it hurts. Each dish is exquisite and is always perfectly presented. The endive salad is superb, the hamburger decadent, the broccoli soup dreamy, the steak frites amazing. If you need a late night bite and don't feel like a burrito or slice, they will feed your gourmet need.
08/02/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Happened by this on a weekday for lunch and it was really, quite lovely. The service was a little bit brusque, but the food was absolutely incredible. Me and my partner split a Endives Salad with Roquefort and toasted walnuts that was fantastic. He had Mahi Mahi - which was well prepared. My shrimp and gruyere quesadilla (which, I admit, I was a bit hesitant about) was delightful.
11/07/2005Provided by Citysearch -
The hamburger is extremely rich. When that's what you're after, I haven't had a more decadent burger than the roquefort burger. Their fries are fantastic; thinly cut and tossed in garlic and salt. They also serve a good Hefeweizen that matches the burger well (at least during the summer). The seating is not the most comfortable (counter seating except for two tables (and possibly three more outside, at a noticeable slant). There have also been a few times when counter seating was overheated (mostly because the seats are only a couple of feet from the grill).
06/27/2004Provided by Citysearch -
Great neighborhood place, excellent food and value. Have had both the hamburger and the merguez sausage. Each one a winner. I only wish there were more small high quality restaurants like this around. Some may complain that it can be too crowded, but use your head and go at the right times and should be okay.
04/17/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Chez Maman is a much better value than it's pricier neighboor - Chez Papa.
If you're looking for a scene, go to Chez Papa, if you're looking for good quality food and great french ambience at a reasonable price, check out Chez Maman.
Two of my favorites are the chicken and mustard crepe and the seabass.
Also, if there's a vegetable soup, get it, it's always good.