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French: Consistently regarded as one of the city's best bistros, Fringale has a reputation as a noisy, crowded place that offers sensational Basque-inspired cuisine. Within the neutral-toned space, diners are treated to unique, flavor-packed dishes and a broad array of Californian and French wines. Among the temptations you'll encounter are pan-roasted salmon, rack of lamb, confit of duck leg, steamed mussels, and a Black Angus rib-eye. It can be tough to secure a reservation, but doing so ensures an unforgettable culinary feast. Originally opened in 1991, the owners made sure to pass on the restaurant in 2005 to Jean-Marie Legendre, one of the original workers.

Lunch: Consistently regarded as one of the city's best bistros, Fringale has a reputation as a noisy, crowded place that offers sensational Basque-inspired cuisine. Within the neutral-toned space, diners are treated to unique, flavor-packed dishes and a broad array of Californian and French wines. Among the temptations you'll encounter are pan-roasted salmon, rack of lamb, confit of duck leg, steamed mussels, and a Black Angus rib-eye. It can be tough to secure a reservation, but doing so ensures an unforgettable culinary feast.

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Local Expert Tom Molanphy Says:

French: "The Prix Fix (3 courses, $45) is served every night."

Best for French Because: Fringale has been a French favorite of San Francisco locals since it's opening in 1991.

Lunch Menu

Les Entrées
Les Plats
On the Side

Dinner Menu

Les Plats
On The Side

Dessert Menu

Desserts
Plateau De Fromages

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