826 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410737.781611 -122.401921
Neighborhoods: SoMa (South of Market), Central East, SoMa
Azie is wonderful! – Take the time to visit this fantastic SoMa restaurant. The food is innovative and tasty, the cocktails are to die for, and the service is outstanding. And definitely save room for dessert.
I'm surprised to hear that anyone would disagree (and am appalled that anyone would name names...) but this is no place to rush through a meal anyway if you do it right. Enjoy!
Excellent Food! – We had the salmon and the halibut for dinner, and both were amazing! The flavor was perfect, and very innnovative. I'm not sure why people complain about the portion size, because we had plenty of food for two people with just two entrees and a starter. The restaurant design is very nice as well, and great for a large group or a romantic dinner.
Amazing food in an incredible space – Had dinner at Azie last week and had a great experience. The beef short ribs were amazing as were the tempura fish rolls we had for appetizers.
The service was very efficient and the restaurant is beautiful. Lots of dark wood and clean lines - very modern with an Asian influence.
I'd recommend Azie for a romantic evening out. It would also be good for a business dinner since it's quiet enough to carry on a civilized conversation.
Good Ambiance....um....that's about it. – Azie has a wonderful looking dining area. Professional look staff and a very unique menu.
I love to eat out and tried out this restaurant with some friends.
The Service : Awful. The staff will provide you with min. b/c they get the 20% forced tip.
The food: small portions. Chicken was too salty. Desserts were tiny.
Overall: I would never eat there again. The SERVICE was so AWFUL, and the staff were unaccomadating. Try other places.
Creative surroundings, food,and great service – Go here at least once. The interior is somethingto see. the food we ordered was almost too pretty to eat but who could resist. Try their desserts as well.
User review by sol705 – Went there with 3 of my girlfriends this past Saturday. I agree that the best place to be seated is in the booths which we got. The food was pretty decent for the most part. I thought that the iron skillet spicy shrimp and the fried rice were bit on the salty side. We had the spring rolls, the steamed alaskan halibut, the crispy chicken, short ribs and the green beans, which were all pretty good. We all thought the crispy chicken was the best, it had some unique flavors that makes it pretty good. It is true the desserts are on the small side, but they were yummy. I thought the wine prices by the glass were a bit on the pricy side considering you don't get much, but the wine was good. There is valet parking, but my friend and I were both able to find street parking.
falls a bit short – I looked forward to going with some anticipation given previous reviews and expected it to be stellar. Instead, my salmon was only slightly warm and not that flavorful (sounded more interesting than it tasted). The fried rice was ok (also nothing amazing). I "recommend" it only because the food is somewhat above average and the ambience was nice. Service was cordial, but a bit slow and the guy was very busy running around upstairs (maybe too many tables?). Overall value - eh, a bit overpriced considering everything.
A Must Eat at Restaurant – Azie has constantly amazed me with it's incredible food. Though it is classified as French it has moved more toward French-Asian fusion.
The restaurant itself is gorgeous. That in and of itself is something to go for, even if you just go to the bar and have one of their great drinks.
The new chef has added young vibrance to the restaurant, and I've found myself wanting to go eat there almost every week now. I highly recommend checking this restaurant out.
Dine About Town Somewhere Else – Dine About Town is a great opportunity to try out restaurants. Azie was disappointing. The hostess ignored our requests made ahead of time - gave us regular menus (had to wait 10 minutes to get a waiter to get us DAT menus) and ignored our seating requests. Water was "on its way," but never made it to our table. Food was below average. Saving grace was the mussels - delicious! After that, the food went downhill. My girlfriend ordered the soy glazed salmon that was TOO SALTY (too salty, no water) and not cooked properly. i had the beef which i ordered medium, came out medium well. the dessert was bland. Service needs improvement. The table next to us repeatedly asked for their check and like our water, it never came. The man got up, with credit card in hand and chased down the waiter. Absolutley horrible!
Well worth a visit – We were surprised to find Azie packed on our last visit (a Tuesday night) since their business had seemed a little slow for a while. I love their tandoori steak and warm starter salad and their very interesting spin on family-style dishes. The meats are beautifully prepared (especially the steak and the chicken), and the sauces and garnishes are wonderful but truly compliment the meats they accompany, and never overwhelm. Good wine list, too- and DEFINITELY try the peanut butter and chocolate panna cotta!
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