With every new year comes new resolutions. If healthier eating is on your 2016 to-do list, Reserve has you covered. From fresh salads and fish dishes to vegetarian options and sweet treats, here’s what a few of San Francisco’s best restaurants have to offer.
Bisou (French for “kiss”) serves French cuisine with a California twist. Featuring organic and locally grown produce, the menus — including a five-course tasting and incredible brunch — offer fresh takes on classic dishes, like this Napa-inspired salad. The casual dining room is the perfect setting for enjoying the rustic, beautifully presented bistro fare, varied wines and refreshing drinks.
At Maruya, Chef Shinichi Kawaguchi presents his interpretation of pristine Edomae sushi. While the chef’s choice omakase menu is the cornerstone of the restaurant’s culinary offerings, an a la carte menu is also available. The clean, modern setting features black walnut tables and a handcrafted cyprus sushi bar.
E&O Kitchen and Bar is a lively, modern eatery offering shareable Asian plates. Boasting a sleek dining room and downstairs lounge, the restaurant pairs its bold fusion flavors with a creative cocktail menu. E&O spans three floors, and features function rooms for private dining, parties, and special events.
Mochica is a contemporary Peruvian restaurant with regional tapas and bold entrees. An approachable wine list complements the locally sourced, sustainable dishes and traditional recipes highlighted in the colorful menu. In the lively space, a simple and streamlined decor allows the specialty cocktails to take center stage. Reward yourself with a deliciously light vanilla bean panna cotta.