Plouf

Plouf

Seafood. Plouf is the Financial District’s very own French Seafood bistro. Featuring specialties such as Poulette, Mussel Bisque, and oysters on the half shell, this San Francisco restaurant is a favorite in any sea-lover’s heart. Plouf is open for lunch and dinner and offers prix fix menus.

Plouf is known for its French influenced seafood. The mussels are a must, so once you've settled in, select a plate. The mussels, with garlic & parsley, served on a bed on mashed potatoes are particularly good and complimentary to bread and wine. If you're not so big on mussels, the warm spinach salad also makes a good starter. For the main course, try the sea bass; flaky, moist, firm and generously adorned with a mushroom saute. If not the sea bass, be sure to decide on a fish dish; and you would be wise to inquire about the daily specials. Desert? The Tart Tartin, served with a dollop of ice cream, is a little sweet but the ice creams and sorbets are very good; especially the mango and passion fruit, which are almost perfect in their ice/sweet/tart ratio.

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