Michelin eateries worth a visit

In October, the 2017 Michelin stars were awarded, and six San Francisco restaurants received three stars, a tie with our fair city’s gastronomical competitor, New York City. And like NYC, we have a great public transit system to get you to these starred destinations. We picked a variety of places with flexible dining options, all less than a ten minute walk from BART. For a full list of Michelin-recognized restaurants in San Francisco, visit Michelin’s interactive map.

Campton Place

Two-starred Campton Place inside the Taj Hotel is a lovely and quiet oasis from the hustle and bustle of Union Square.

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Campton Place

Powell St. (SF)
Kin Khao

Almost three years ago, food blogger Pim Techamuanvivit opened her Thai restaurant, Kin Khao, inside the Parc 55 hotel. 

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Kin Khao

Powell St. (SF)
Al’s Place

Al’s Place looks like your friendly neighborhood cafe on the outside, but once inside and seated, you’ll see why everyone’s buzzing about this place. 

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Al’s Place

24th St. Mission (SF)
Aster

Aster, part of the Daniel Patterson Group, received its first Michelin star after only six months of being open.

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Aster

24th St. Mission (SF)
Mourad

Fans of Mourad Lahlou’s Outer Richmond restaurant, Aziza, finally have a transit-friendly option to enjoy the chef’s iconic Moroccan and North African cuisine.

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Mourad

Montgomery St. (SF)
Mister Jiu’s

The Michelin guide describes Mister Jui’s as bringing “the sparkle back to Chinatown with this contemporary treasure, which puts a modern California spin on Cantonese classics.” 

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Mister Jiu’s

Montgomery St. (SF)

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