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January 5, 2005
The restaurant specializes in seafood, but there are a few selections of beef, poultry, and lamb. Excellent wine selection.
On a Thursday night, it was hardly crowded. Service was attentive. I enjoyed the lobster with filet mignon and the chocolate profiteroles for dessert. The main course was very tasty, but the dessert left much to be desired. The vanilla-bean ice cream could not make up for the fact that the profiteroles did not have much taste on their own.
I highly recommend A. Sabella's based on the quality seafood, absence of a "touristy" feel on the wharf, and the romantic setting.
From journal San Francisco on a Time Budget
December 3, 2004
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From journal SFO
March 3, 2004
The food was divine. It's a type of restaurant where you want to partake of a multi-course meal (appetizer, main dish, and dessert) as the portions are adequate, but meant to be enjoyed for full-course dining. I'd definitely recommend the Mahi Mahi and for a dessert the cup of molten chocolate (I've never had anything quite like that).
The one downside and perhaps this was because we were at a private table away from the main activity of diners, was that our waiter was slow. The bus boy was great and always refilling our water; while I didn't want to overburden him with requests that the waiter should have taken care of, he was at our table more often then the waiter. However, that didn't diminish our enjoyment of the meal or the restaurant.
From journal Quick San Francisco Weekend
September 29, 2003
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