The Slanted Door Restaurant – San Francisco

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2010 should go down as the most exciting year of Bay Area dining in more than a quarter century.
That’s a bold statement, but one easily supported considering some of the new places that have opened since the last Top 100 list was published a year ago.
The bar/restaurant scene has been redefined with Bar Agricole. The “pop up restaurant” craze found firm footing at Mission Chinese Food. Places such as Saison and Commonwealth have introduced a generation of chefs who don’t carry all the financial baggage once required for fine dining. Corey Lee, a protege of Thomas Keller at the French Laundry, has practically reinvented fine dining at his minimalist, Asian-infused Benu.
The last year was truly a time for reinvention and reinvigoration: Michael Mina moved his top-rated eponymous restaurant in the Westin St. Francis over to the Aqua space where he got his start. He’s created a menu that’s very 2011, with Asian-inspired combinations; replaced Bernardaud china with handmade porcelain; and jettisoned thick tablecloths for finely polished wood tables.
Hiro Sone did much the same at his 23-year-old Terra in St. Helena. He and his wife and partner, Lissa Doumani, split the space in two and turned the other half into Bar Terra.


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APPETIZERS

  • Wood Oven Roasted Manila Clams – black bean, shallot, ginger, chili, scallion
  • Prather Ranch Beef Carpaccio – lime juice, rau ram, roasted peanut, toasted sesame rice cracker (Request Without Rice Cracker)
  • Branzino & Tamarind – ginger, cilantro, pineapple, bean sprout

POULTRY AND GAME

  • Organic Chicken Claypot – caramel sauce, thai chili, fresh ginger
  • Wood Oven Roasted Lemongrass­garlic Dinner – bell farms pastured half chicken ginger citrus sauce, extra virgin olive oil, cilantro

SEAFOOD

  • Pan­seared Day Boat Scallops – braised frisée, chili­lime butter sauce, rau ram
  • Banana Leaf Braised Branzino – cilantro, lime, green garlic, spring onion
  • Stir Fried Wild Gulf Shrimp – dinner bell farm shishito pepper, chili, ginger
  • Spicy Monterey Squid – pineapple, sweet red pepper, jalapeño, thai basil
  • Wood Oven Roasted Arctic Char – jicama, grapefruit, cucumber­lime dipping sauce

VEGETABLES

  • Hodo Soy Beanery Organic Tofu – braised tofu, sweet roasted chili sauce, lemongrass
  • Star Route Farm Baby Spinach – garlic, caramelized shallot
  • Chue Farm Baby Bok Choy – baby shiitake, garlic
  • Allstar Organic Curly Kale – garlic, rice wine
  • Catalan Farm Spicy Broccoli – braised tofu, lion’s mane mushroom
  • Rodoni Farm Brussels’ Sprouts – pioppini mushroom

RAW BAR

  • Louisiana Gulf Shrimp – spicy cocktail sauce, thai basil aioli
  • Half Dozen Oysters – zen (bc), chelsea gem (wa), cortes island (bc), chatham (ma)
  • Live Atlantic Sea Scallop – black tobiko, lime­cilantro vinaigrette, sea salt
  • California Yellowtail – crispy shallot, thai basil
  • Wild California Uni – black tobiko, avocado, cucumber

MEAT

  • Grass­fed Estancia Shaking Beef – cubed filet mignon, watercress, red onion, lime sauce (Request Without Butter)
  • Grilled Grass­fed Anderson Ranch Lamb Rack – crispy potatoes, tamarind sauce (Request Without Butter Or Potatoes)

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