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151 Noe St, San Francisco, CA | Directions   94114

37.766661 -122.433313

Open Hours

Closed Monday. Tues.-Sun. 5:00pm - 10:00pm

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Neighborhoods: Central, Duboce Triangle (Deco Ghetto), Duboce Triangle

Soup Du Jour, Fresh Butter Lettuce Salad With Smoked Olive Oil Vinaigrette And Marinated White Anchovies, Tiger Prawn Ravioles With Sauce Vierge And Fresh Mixed Herbs, Charcuterie Plate With Housemade Pates, Haricot Vert Salad With Goat Cheese, Sundried Tomatoes, Almonds, Balsamic Reduction, Escargots En Gueusaille (In Fried Potato Cups) With Garlic And Parsley Cream Sauce, Warm Sonoma Goat Cheese On Baked Apple Crouton, Mixed Lettuces & Walnut Vinaigrette, Pan Seared Black Angus Filet Mignon With Pommes Landaises And White Truffle Oil, Pan Seared Black Angus Hanger Steak With Pommes Frites And St Emilion Sauce, Bistro Coq Au Vin In Red Wine Sauce, Potato PuréE, Bacon And Pearl Onions... more

Reviews for L'ardoise


The quarters may be cramped, but that just amplifies the cozy bistro atmosphere. Definitely the closest to Paris you'll get in the boundaries of SF.

over a year ago

Cozy & French – Cozy little neighborhood spot. French cuisine (and French service -- just fair, no hate comments please). Great place for a quiet date, very romantic, soft lighting.

- Heirloom tomato soup was yummy

- Goat cheese crostini with baked apple would have been better with crispy apples, but still good.

- Mushroom risotto was the only thing vegetarian on the menu and I was fine with that. It was terrific, but making out after dinner is prohibited after all those truffles.

- Very few wines by the glass, but the ones I tried were very good.

Doubt I will make another trip -- but I definitely recommend it.

over a year ago

A cozy French bistro in Noe Valley serving up daily specials of traditional French cuisine. – In Short
Tucked away on a tree-lined corner of Noe Valley is this restaurant no bigger than a cafe. Waiters in suits mill about the rustic interior, which is filled with whimsical lamps, dark draperies and seating in full-table setting. Displayed wines are the focus as well as the chalkboard--the restaurant's namesake--which can be filled with specials or silly sayings. The meal choices offer just a handful of appetizers, entrees and sides yet pack a powerful punch with options such as escargots in garlic parsley sauce or almond-crusted barramundi with trumpet mushroom in a lobster reduction.


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