In mybookFood Collection (edit)
Added to your food collection.
Removed From mybook!

We took this business out of your food collection.

Fish & Farm

Add to mybook

This listing has been
added to mybook.

This listing has been
removed from mybook.

Business Details



in Business


Regular Hours

Sponsored Links
Payment method:
amex, master card, visa, all major credit cards
Tenderloin, Northeast San Francisco

Fish and Farm Sf

Seafood Restaurants, American Restaurants, Bar & Grills, Bars, Night Clubs, Restaurants
Other Information:

Good For Groups: Yes

Cuisines: American, Seafood, Californian

Alcohol: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

More »

Less »


Review this business:Click to Rate
Share Review

Like this review? Share it on your social network to get the word out!

very disappointing

We recently spent 6 days in San Francisco, and overall had excellent dining experiences. Fish & Farm was the exception. It was recommended by the concierge at our hotel, and we did manage to get seated despite no reservations. Cocktails were OK, not great. The waiter was snooty (we are well dressed professionals who fit in with the image), and as soon as our order was taken disappeared altogether. No vegetarian options on the menu, and when I asked the waiter for choices he unenth...view moreusiastically suggested one thing. (Most restaurants will gladly offer up something for vegetarians if asked). I ended up having the salmon, which was average, not as good as what I'd make at home. The accompanying potatoes, however, were delicious. My husband had the steak, which was a special for the evening. After accidentally eating a gob of fat, he began the laborious process of trimming his meat. Ended up with a large (large!) pile at the side of his plate. A good quarter of his meat was fat. Eww. Our water glasses were refilled only once, at the very end of our meal. Unfortunately, the gratuity is included in the price of the meal, which means we ended up ""tipping"" 20% for this expensive and unpleasant evening.view less

Like this review?YesFlag Abuse
Provided by Citysearch
A very disappointing experience

This was indeed a very disappointing dining experience for all six members of our party. Them menu was very limited. The portions served were inconsistent, and the quality of the food was mediocre to acceptable. While there was a Dining About Town set menu, none of the items that appeared there were availble on the regular menu. ""Chicken and Dumplings"" consisted of one very small chicken leg and gnocchi. The salmon served to another member of our party was so small that ""there w...view moreas no room to print 42 cents on THAT postage stamp"". The short ribs were tasty, according to the member of our party who ordered them. ""Fish and Chips"" were served with an enormous mound of oily, soggy French Fries. The service, while timely and efficient, was rather cold. The dessert menu was disappointing as well, and when we inquired about ice cream (Which appeared on the Dine About Town menu), we were told that there was absolutley no possibility that we could order it. Six potential orders of simple vanilla ice cream, at $8.00 each, were lost at that pont. The total bill for six was $330, which while certainly not exorbitant, was certainly very expensive for the selection and quality of our meals. While I love the idea of a restaurant that seeks to use local products, sustainable and seasonal, it can most definitely be achieved in a more tasty, client-friendly way. It is a shame...we had heard such good things about this restaurant. We were with good friends, and were eagerly looking forward to a delightful dinner before the theater.view less

Like this review?YesFlag Abuse
Provided by Citysearch
Best everything

I love this place, best food between Montreal and San Francisco!!! Recommended to all everyday of the week. \r

Like this review?YesFlag Abuse
Provided by Citysearch
Like Arnold say's ""I'll be back"".

Well I drove all the ways from El Dorado Hills, California after hearing about this 5 star restaurant. The drive was well worth it. The food was out standing. The service was second to none! I hope they expand to the foothills next. This was one of the best sea food restaurants I have ever tried. Two thumbs up. I can not say enough good about this restaurant. Like the Arnold say's ""I'll be back"".

Like this review?YesFlag Abuse
Provided by Citysearch
I love me some cocktails!

My bf and I were staying at the hotel mark twain which is where the restaurant is located. We had had prior dinner plans so we went for a few before we had a few more if you know what I mean. The young bartender (male) was so sweet, very engaging, great conversation. I loved the bar set up. Great inventive cocktails. Check this place out.

Like this review?YesFlag Abuse
Provided by Citysearch
More Ordinary Than Not

As a foodie, I wanted to try this concept restaurant involving locally produced ingredients and largely organic fare. It was good, ordinary but good. Think of giving your grandma an organic piece of beef and she makes a stew--but that she was just a mediocre cook. A breaded sole was dry and not particularly flavorful. Halibut was good, but could have been better. A beef stew that was part of special combo of steak and stew (they had a cooler name for it) was virtually inedible--...view morejust the kind grandma must have loved--cause it's just like hers tasted! There was a mediocre wine list of over-priced largely organic options. The wait staff was pleasant, and helpful, though obviously "in on the joke" that the food was relatively ordinary, but they'd pretend it was the prelude to the second coming.view less

Like this review?YesFlag Abuse
Can be loud.

Dinner on 1-26-07. Attentive service. Lamb was incredibly tender. oysters fresh. Great wine list and glassware. This place was full until closing time. I would go back anytime. Great vibe. And, if you can make these dishes at home, you should open your own restaurant.

Like this review?YesFlag Abuse
Provided by Citysearch
you could cook it the same at home

Went here the other night and with high expectations - unfortunately it did not live up to standard. Food quality was average, taste was average - but nothing was exciting about it. I could make the dishes at home and they would taste the same. Very hard to recommend this place to anyone - I don't forsee it lasting too much longer in the SF dining scene.

Like this review?YesFlag Abuse
Provided by Citysearch
Great quality foods, professional wait staff and relaxing atmosphere!

Being a native, and not a fan of ""Foo-Foo-Trendy"" food, I was more than pleasantly surprised with the dining experience I received when my family dined here one evening. We arrived around 6:00 and were greeted immediately by a young woman who welcomed us into the restaurant . She seated our pary at a rear corner booth, just a short distance from the kitchen, usually not he best seat in the house, but in this case it wasn't noticeable. It didn't take me long to settle into the mood,...view more as a few moments later a young waitress approached and asked if we would care for a cocktail. Within a few minutes a smooth Belevdere over was quenching my thirst. It seems that within five-minutes of being seated, we had received beverages, of various type, outstanding French bread & creamed butter, as well a listing of that evenings spepcials. I selected the bone-in Rib Eye steak with mashed potatoes and sauteed vegetables. My wife opted for the Fish & Chips. I ordered a tray of appetizers, which were quickly delivered, by a knowledgable, no-nonsense, friendly(and really cute) waitress.\r
These were soon devoured and were quickly followed by another order. There were four equally delicious items on the platter, two fish & two meat. I also ordered a special ""Pork belly"" appertizer with beans which was also delicious. A wine recommedation was made which was perfect with our meal. When our entrees arrived, they looked fabulous, reminding me of a Gourment magazine cover. My steak, done medium rare as ordered, was one of the best steaks I've eaten in years. The potatoes and vegetables were perfect accompanyment. My wifes fish was also perfectly cooked and lightly battered. Some little homemade breadstick things drove us wild! We were brought more as soon as I commented on them. There is also a small bar which was packed when I left. We had a great meal, in a friendly enviornment with great staff at a very reasonable price. Small & comfortable, I can't wait to return!
view less

Like this review?YesFlag Abuse
Provided by Citysearch

With no reservations and a bit of a late start (around 8PM) we had read reviews for Fish and Farm and thought to give it a try. I was a little skeptical as it is attached (very peripherally) to a not so fancy hotel. Anyway we got lucky with street parking and walked up -it was packed. The host and hostess were very friendly and suggested to go to the bar where we could also order food. We walked through a bustling cozy restaurant and went to the bar area. Everyone of the employe...view morees was friendly and helpful,. Also- the food was GREAT! We will absolutely be back and most likely in the next two weeks. We had the fava beans (you can eat the whole thing) squid and fish and chips and asparagus. Really really great. Oh and the wine and rink list is good. I should be paid for this review- but It is sincere AND we are picky about good food and service. We were happily surprised and will absolutely go back.view less

Like this review?YesFlag Abuse
Provided by Citysearch
Sponsored Links
Map & Directions
People Also Viewed
Send to Phone
Fish & Farm

339 Taylor StSan FranciscoCA 94102

(415) 474-3474

Send this business listing as a text message to a mobile phone.


Your text message was sent.

To opt out at anytime, send the word STOP to YP411.

To get a help message, send the word HELP to YP411.

There was an error sending your text.

Please try again.

Terms: The recipient of this text message may incur charges depending on their wireless carrier. Not all carriers are currently supported.

Message Business

What would you like to know?



We were unable to send your message. Please try again later.

Add a Photo
Fish & Farm

339 Taylor StSan FranciscoCA 94102

(415) 474-3474

  • Photos should be clear and in focus
  • Photos should be of the business, product or service, not an illustration or clip art
  • Photos should not be an advertisment or include contact information
Add a New Collection
Oops! There was a problem saving the new custom collection.
Please try again.
Collection Name cannot be empty
Upload a Photo

Remaining Characters: 100

Remaining Characters: 500

We just redesigned! Do you like it?
× Not a Fan

× Thank You!