Le Charm – A Charming Little Bistro

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June 4, 2008 by  
Filed under Date, San Francisco, Valentine

I stumbled upon this amazing restaurant through a friend’s recommendation. This small yet elegant French Bistro provides a cozy dining experience. The decor shows the French charm, deemed-lights on the light reddish The candle and the flower on the table add a touch of romance. The dining area is lit with a deemed-lights on the wall. The entrance bears a chandelier with lace curtains over the window.

Dinner entree is reasonable at around $20 although the best deal in the house is the three-course Prix Fixe menu at $30 a person that includes an appetizer, an entree, and a dessert. They have a good wine selection as well. The garlic-buttered escargot was splendid. It took me a while to let go of the plate even after I have finished it because the garlic sauce makes a good dipping for the bread. The main course, ribeye steak, was a bit too fatty for my taste. But its tenderness more than makes up for it. The dessert is a bit challenging because everything sounds so good. I ended up selecting the Orange Creme Brulee. It is now my most favorite dessert in town.

The wait staff is so friendly. She never rushed us and was attentive throughout. It ended up being a 3-hour dinner for us. Time flies when you enjoy the experience so much. I would have preferred to dine in the backyard patio; but it’s only open during the weekend or when it is necessary to do so to accommodate diners. I will be back to experience the patio dining.

Le Charm, 315 5th St, San Francisco, CA 94107
+1 (415) 546-6128

Le Charm San Francisco

Le Charm Dining area


Le Charm San Francisco

Garlic-buttered Escargot


Le Charm San Francisco

Ribeye Steak


Le Charm San Francisco

Orange Creme Brulee


4 Responses to “Le Charm – A Charming Little Bistro”
  1. Gray says:

    This place sounds terrific, Joey–gotta love those prices! Would you say this is appropriate just for couples, or would a solo traveler feel comfortable there, too?

  2. Joey Rosario says:

    Gray, it is an awesome little place. I would definitely feel comfortable dine in here by myself during the week. Weekend however is a judgement call.


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