Top 10 Steakhouse in Financial District – No.8 – Tadich Grill – US

Top 10 Steakhouse in Financial District – No.8 – Tadich Grill – US


Top 10 Steakhouse in Financial District – No.8 – Tadich Grill – US

 

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Categories: SeafoodAmerican (Traditional)

240 California St
(between Front St & Battery St)
San Francisco, CA 94111
Neighborhood: Financial District

(415) 391-1849

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Health Score: 
89 out of 100
Hours:
Mon-Fri 11 am – 9:30 pm

Sat 11:30 am – 9:30 pm

Good for Kids:

 

No
Accepts Credit Cards:

 

Yes
Parking:

 

Street
Attire:

 

Casual
Good for Groups:

 

Yes
Price Range:

 

$$$ 
Takes Reservations:

 

No
Delivery:

 

No
Take-out:

 

Yes
Waiter Service:

 

Yes
Outdoor Seating:

 

No
Wi-Fi:

 

No
Good For:

 

Lunch, Dinner
Alcohol:

 

Full Bar
Noise Level:

 

Average
Ambience:

 

Classy
Has TV:

 

No
Caters:

 

No
Wheelchair Accessible:

 

Yes
About  Tadich Grill
First opened as a coffee stand during California’s famed Gold Rush, Tadich Grill has established a tradition as one of the Bay Area’s top restaurants.

Our menu features the freshest Seafood, Meats, Poultry and Produce with a focus on quality, consistency and value.

The Tadich Grill experience is like no other. Ours is a high energy, busy place. Whether you’re a regular or a first time visitor, the service is always the same: professional, no-nonsense and efficient. Come see for yourself.

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HEAD CHEFS

Since the 1920’s, there have been only seven Head Chefs at Tadich Grill. Mitch Buich became Head Chef in 1924. His brother Louie shared chef duties with Mitch until 1953. Mitch retired in 1961 and was followed by Dominic Ivelich, who began working for John Tadich in 1912. Dominic retired on January 21, 1966, and was succeeded by David “Garo" Sokitch, who remained until the same date in 1982. “Garo" Sokitch’s successor was John Canepa. When John retired in 1996, Fritz Braker took the position as Head Chef until 2003. Rajko Marin has been the Head Chef since 2003 after working as Sous Chef since 1981 for Chef’s Sokitch, Canepa, and Braker. Chef Marin has clearly brought the best of all previous Tadich Grill Chef’s to the plate, carrying a tenure of 32 years with the restaurant. 

Menu for Tadich Grill

Appetizers

 

Fried Calamari, Tartar And Cocktail Sauce

  • 14.95

Manila Clams, Steamed Or Garlic Butter

One Dozen 10.95
Two Dozen 21.95

Smoked Trout Filet, Garnish

  • 11.25

Smoked King Salmon, Garnish

  • 12.95

Tadich Platter

Medley of crab legs, oysters*, prawns, marinated herring, smoked, salmon, smoked trout, calamari salad, tomatoes, anchovies, capers, garnish

For Two 24.75

Soups

 

Black Bean

Cup 6.50
Bowl 8.50
Cup 7.50
Bowl 9.00

Clam Chowder

Boston or coney island

Cup 6.50
Bowl 8.50

Clam Chowders

Clam broth

Cup 6.50
Bowl 7.00

Salads – Small

choice of dressing: italian vinaigrette, louie, house creamy french or bleu cheese

Sliced Tomato, Anchovies, Vinaigrette

  • 9.95

Sliced Tomato, Bay Shrimp

  • 14.75

Sliced Tomato, Dungeness Crab Or Prawns

  • 17.95

Sliced Tomato Quartet

Prawn, crab, shrimp, anchovy

  • 17.95

Lettuce With Sliced Avocado

  • 8.95

Hearts Of Lettuce Or Romaine

  • 8.95

Seafood – Charcoal Broiled

seafood cooked rare by request only bones, and high levels of mercury, may be found in all seafood. eat at your own risk. served with steak fries, vegetable of the day, and tartar sauce

Rex Sole

Boned on request

  • 23.75

Fresh Alaskan Wild Halibut Steak

  • 32.75

Vegetables

 

Asparagus

Hot or cold

  • 8.95

Artichoke

Hot or cold

  • 8.95

Mushroom Saute

  • 8.25

Spinach

Plain, creamed or sauteed with garlic

  • 8.95

Blue Lake String Beans

Plain or sauteed with garlic

  • 8.25

Green Peas Or Vegetable Of The Day

  • 8.25

Pasta

 

Saut

in white wine and mushrooms, with rice and vegetable of the day

Desserts

 

Chocolate Mousse Torte

  • 8.50

Cheese Cake

  • 7.50

Apple Galette

Served warm or cold

  • 7.50

Black Magic Layer

  • 8.50

Baked Apple

Served chilled

  • 6.50

What’s Popular Here?

Clam Chowder

John M. This is as good as it gets for seafood in San Francisco. No reservations, so people wait. We… Read more

Scallops

V R. Was recommended that if we eat at one place in San Francisco that this should be it. I was glad we… Read more

Prawn

Michael U. Items selected: Tadich Sourdough Loaf Seafood Cioppino with Garlic Bread – daily preparation… Read more

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