Every dish is meticulous and memorable, from the cool and silky spiced eggplant soup with preserved lemons and minty nepitella to a souffle-like corn brioche bread pudding with frothy coconut milk and earthy gray morels. - Michael Bauer
The 11-course tasting menu at Coi consumes more than three hours, but not a moment is ill-spent. Working closer to the realm of art than craft, Daniel Patterson executes high-minded concepts that never show the slightest sign of strain.
FANTASTIC!!! I had one afternoon & night in San Fran and this is where we were recommended to go for dinner.
The staff was quite attentive and very nice. Thankfully we started the dinner early...it was a lovely lingering meal... we weren't rushed at all. It started with the Amuse Bouche and went on from there - YUM! Everything was divine including the wine!! Really, a great meal in such a comfortable setting. I'd go again in a heart beat next time I'm in SF!