Alamo Square: A Seafood Grill

803 Fillmore St, San Francisco , CA
(415) 440-2828
Alamo Square: A Seafood Grill Website
Restaurants, Seafood Restaurant
Mon-Sat (5:30-9:30pm)
Sun (5-9:30pm)
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The entree menu consists both of tourist pleasing chicken and steak dishes and a more traditional fish plate. In Chinese menu style (column a, b, c) fish dishes you pick a fish (sole, snapper, tuna, salmon), a cooking method (grilling, baking, poaching) and a sauce (Beurre Blanc, Beurre Rouge, Provencal, Bernaise) and allow yourself to personalize your entree. Of course, not all the fish, sauces, and methods will go together, but Andre is more than willing to help and will tell you if your choice of sauce might be better suited to another fish. The entrees come with a basic rice mold and vegetable pair which, if not inspired, are simple and comfortable.

After years of eating in the Bay Area's overpriced fusion cuisine showrooms, it's nice to have a place where I can come 'home' and enjoy simple fish and traditional (but not haute-y) preparation. Nothing gilded and nothing extreme, it's the simple neighborhood restaurant Hayes Valley has been lacking.


  • Something Fishy

    Alamo Square is French done simple and sublime
    12/13/2000 by Tracie Broom

    When guests pop in from out of town full of stories and craving French, call André at Alamo Square. You just might be able to pull off a last-minute reservation. The ambiance in this tiny room set aro...  More »