by Dave on February 28, 2010

Baker Street Bistro has been San Francisco’s favorite neighborhood French restaurant since 1991. We invite you to enjoy a romantic dinner in our recently redecorated dining room or take advantage of the great San Francisco weather by having lunch/brunch on our sunny patio. From Moules Provençale (“the best mussels in town”) to Pain Perdu (our famous soft and fluffy cinnamon French Toast), Chef Danel from Biarritz serves up authentic French cuisine from his homeland.

We are located in the Cow Hollow/Marina neighborhood, just down the hill from Pacific Heights and close to the entrance of the Presidio and Palace of Fine Arts.

Take a look at the our menus and call us at 415.931.1475 to make a reservation. Stay in touch by becoming our fan on Facebook and following us on twitter.

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Doriane March 6, 2010 at 5:43 am

David, the website looks great !

Brian McGowan March 6, 2010 at 1:56 pm

Just wanted to say how much I enjoy eating breakfast at your restaurant.

I had the “Pain Perdu” again and, as always, it was “très magnifique”. You really need to make your slogan: “Baker Street Bistro ~ where the ‘Pain Perdu’ is always a ‘très bon’ find!”

Thanks again!

Madjid April 13, 2010 at 1:38 am

Zorionak zuri, happy birthday, joyeux anniversaire Mr Danel


madjid & co

Kathleen July 19, 2010 at 10:22 pm

My daughter and I have dined at the Bistro only twice, since I live in Davis, but both times we have absolutely loved our experience at the Baker Street Bistro. Since my daughter lives nearby in the Presidio, this is the perfect spot for us to go. Also, we love the ambiance at your restaurant. The last time we were there we had the special of leek soup, pork chop and lentil side, plus a side salad and a delicious chocolate cake for dessert. We were so full we had to take some of our meal home, but that was fine because I enjoyed it again the next day just as much!
We will be back and I will tell everyone I know how wonderful your little gem of a place is. By the way, if you ever get to Sacramento, there is a fabulous little French restaurant open only for lunch from 11 am to 2 pm called Bonne Soup. You must give it a try. Just one French chef does everything so you must wait but it’s worth it! Thank you again for making my dinner and for all the wonderful staff too who make the experienceat the Baker St. Bistro Z best!

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