Looking to make the ultimate impression on your Bay Area sweetie this Valentine’s Day? Then head over to Masa’s Restaurant Friday through Sunday Valentine’s weekend where you’ll be offered a tasty prix fixe menu handpicked by Executive Chef Gregory Short that’s sure to wow.
For over 25 years and continuing in the tradition of legendary founder Masataki Kobayashi, Masa’s Restaurant has made its reputation with a succession of world-renowned chefs that have deftly walked the line between culinary adventure and classicism. Chef Short and Master Sommelier Alan Murray delight in presenting nightly five and nine-course fine dining menus highlighting the best of the season and region, the restaurant’s 800-strong wine list and luxe cocktails at the exclusive bar perfect for romantic nights out.
With their warm chocolate brown walls, subdued lighting and fresh roses on every table, Masa’s provides the perfect backdrop for a Valentine’s evening for two. Adjacent to Executive Hotel Vintage Court on the boarder of San Francisco’s Union Square and Nob Hill, Masa’s offers superlative fine dining service and exquisite California French cuisine elevated to new heights with no detail left behind.
This Valentine’s Day, start the luxurious seven-course meal with some Siberian Osetra Caviar and pickled oysters, and move on to their signature Pad Thai served with Hawaiian hearts of palm, toasted peanuts, garden cilantro and kanzuri vinaigrette. You’ll be dazzled with the butter-poached Maine lobster swimming in a braised spring green garlic and chanterelle mushroom emulsion and the local grass-fed roasted beef rib-eye with perigord truffles and “bordelaise” syrup screams perfection.
648 Bush St., San Francisco; (415) 989-7154; Valentine’s Day Menu