The Michelin-starred restaurant is the biggest draw at this recently renovated luxury hotel in Union Square, just steps from some of the best shopping and eating in San Francisco.
The hotel's two-Michelin-starred eatery is one of the best restaurants in San Francisco. Chef Srihith’s California-Indian cuisine is inventive and absolutely delicious. The restaurant only offers a tasting menu, but that’s a good thing, as Chef takes diners on a culinary journey unlike anything they’ve ever experienced. There’s also a bar and bistro for those looking for something more casual. The rooms and suites were all recently renovated and from the eighth floor up, there are only three to four on each floor in order to provide privacy.
The hotel is located in Union Square, a handsome plaza surrounded by upscale hotels and department stores; shoppers gather on its benches and lawns for retail respite. Just east of Union Square, Maiden Lane, once a notorious red-light district, is now a decoratively gated alleyway lined with designer boutiques.
Time Out tip: The least expensive rooms at the hotel are very small. Those who can afford it should pay to upgrade.