Saison is a unique restaurant in the Bay area. Only the freshest ingredients find a place in the menu, which changes seasonally. The space is very earthy, with a lot of wood and metal. An open concept kitchen allows guests to observe the activities inside. Some courses are served and presented by the chefs working in the kitchen. The menu flows seamlessly and is mainly based on fish, starting with sashimi, and followed by several cooked dishes. Every course of the savory portion of the menu is amazing! However, this is another San Francisco restaurant where desserts left a lot to be desired. A negative aspect of the experience is that the menu starts with burning hot tea, and concludes with tea of similar temperature, making it very possible that you will burn your tongue and lose appreciation of the rest of the courses. Service was generally slow.
2 Michelin stars