901 Cole St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9411737.765679 -122.450075
Neighborhoods: Ashbury Heights, Central
Cute inside, great food too! – This place is a hidden little gem. I bought a Groupon for EOS and was excited to try it out. We ordered a few of the dishes to share, my favorites were the brussel sprouts, artichoke (grilled), and the ahi tuna. The portions were typical of tapas style portions... definitely not substantial enough for a one-person meal but perfect for sampling a few. The ambiance was charming, and the wine list definitely on the pricier side. The highlight was the panna cotta.. creamy coffee infused deliciousness... a great way to top off the meal. I would come back to EOS for sure.
EOS has been one of the best dining experiences I have had In a long time. The wine is extraordinarily superb. Keep it up, you guys are doing great. I would recommend this place to any one or any couple, when you want to have a great and unforgettable dining experience.
BEST TUNA EVER! – Is it just me or is it impossible to find good tuna lately in SF? Anyways where was I...this place has the best tuna ever! Mango rolls are to die for; they are served crispy and hot with yummy FRESH tuna inside! The tuna tower has ruby red color to it and makes me feel like singing! It all comes at a price, but you'll forget about the check soon and only the melt in your mouth tuna will remain! Come here on a date w/ someone you never wanna see again and ruthlessly stuff your face with the food!
Yummy wine! – My boyfriend and I went there on a Tuesday night, so it wasn't very crowded, and we loved it! The wine selection was quite large and reasonably priced, and the dessert (Vietnamese coffee profiteroles) and the cheese (the blue) we ordered were both great. The service was very friendly, if a little absent-minded. They forgot our dessert wine, but when they did remember, they apologized profusely and didn't charge us for it. All in all, a very pleasant experience.
Cole Valley Gem! – I just recently celebrated my 30th birthday at EOS. Not only did the GM email me several times and accept my many changes, but she was polite, thorough and everything went smooth from the planning stages to the execution. I was shocked at the personal attention I received-in a good way. Not only was the food amazing (the flavors were intense, all so different and mind blowing) but the service was superb. Our servers were so friendly, but not cheesy idiots. They were present, but not hovering. We had over 20 people at the table (upstairs) and everyone was pleased with their experience. We had a prixe fixe menu in place at a great price w/ an array of the chef's dishes. Everyone got to try a bit of everything which I think ensured happiness in my party. The GM had printed up personalized invitations for me, which was so great. The planning of the menu, printing of the menu and reservation of the upstairs table cost me NOTHING. I couldn't believe it. The meal was $35 per person not including gratuity or alcohol. Unbelievable. I will be back. My personal faves: The shitaake dumplings and scallops. Yummy. If you aren't fortunate to live in walking distance like I do, be sure to take the Muni. N drops off right in front of the restaurant at Carl and Cole. Happy Eating!
GREAT PLACE!! – All I'm going to say is that I love eating here. Try to sit up stairs less traffic. And hey, if you're early stop by the wine bar next door!
This Cole Valley gem fuses fine wine and intriguing Asian fusion into pure dining excitement. – The Scene
Storefront surroundings give way to a minimalist, contemporary decor inside this popular restaurant and wine bar. The soft green walls and intricate bamboo window treatments frame a distinguished wraparound bar in jet black, while the semi-open kitchen entices patrons with sophisticated spicy aromas.
EOS was one of the first Asian-fusion joints in town, creating interesting Pan-Asian food with a California twist. Start with the Thai spiced chopped salad. Then move on to the ahi tuna and mango rolls. Many dishes are infused with a sugary accent, but be sure to save room for the "bananamisu" dessert.
Rude Staff and not knowledgable on wines – This was my third time at EOS and my experience has been consistent:
-Staff does not know the wines-not a good thing for a wine bar
-I reserved a table, called the same day to confirm and still had to wait to be seated
-Poor wine list- cheap foreign wines and very poor selection of Californian wines
-Food and ambience is still good but with so many wonderful restaurants in the city I will not be rushing to EOS again and will certainly not recommend it.
My friend had a simliar experience a week ago.
Bottom line: consistently bad service
Great Spot!! – My girlfriend and I came here and I thought everything was just perfect!! The food and wine were absolutely delicious (especially the tuna tartare) and service was decent as well. Overall, a wonderful dining experience and I will definitely return here again!!
Overrated Asian fusion – We made reservations and got a table at the worse location, nearest the entrance where it was cold. Fortunately, they also own a wine bar next door with the same menu, which we ended up getting a table relatively quickly. The service was fine but the food was terrible. Thai soup, special for the night, was awful. The other dishes (short ribs, beef filet) were mediocre and very small portions. The mussels were the only that we liked. Wine selection was decent.
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