Come prepared with a ravenous appetite.
The tasting menu isn't cheap, but it's well worth it and is actually good value for what you get. The food was creative, and everything was delicious.
The whey cheesecake is delicious and unlike anything I've ever had
Everything was great. Dont miss the croquettes.
Soups are flavorful. Setting is laid back. Bread, as expected, excellent.
Everything is good here! You can't go wrong!
Smoked potatoes? Delicious
Everything is amazing. The bread, best ever.
The Friends and Family (tasting) menu costs about twice as much as you would normally spend. You also get twice as much food as you would normally eat.
Black garlic smoked potatoes are amazing.
The black cod is delicious
Best brunch in the city. When they had their sand which bar, they had some really stellar sammies, hope they bring it back!
Always full of people, but it's worth the wait. The cakes are yummy
Thoughtful food paired with sauces that pleasantly wow. You can't go wrong with any tries at dinner. Beef tartare on toast is a stand out as are the potatoes (which usually wouldn't interest me).
Everything is phenomenal. In particular, don't miss the beef tartare and potatoes.
Everything was fantastic except the mushroom dumplings, which were kind of stodgy. But the rest of the meal more than compensated, particularly the steak tartare.
Very inventive and tasty middle eastern european-inspired food. Excellent crusty SF bread (from the associated Tartine bakery)
Service was slow but f*** ! That was so good !
One of the best restaurants in SF. Their soju infusions are sublime--especially the gooseberry and marigold concoction.
Oh my god those smoky potatoes with BBQ sauce....
Tasty small plates and great wine list. Can't go wrong with this spot in the Mission.
Vegetarian friendly. Attentive service. Amazing food.
The country bread and cultured butter are mandatory.
The most amazing bread and kefir butter. Chilled plum soup for brunch-you have to try it.
The kale salad with sesame tahini and yogurt is super yummy. Also, trendy.
Sigh. Back in the city I love. Amazing food, as always!
One of the best restaurants in SF! They make everything in house and from scratch, even the bread and butter!
All the dinner food! Lunch sandwiches!!!
Black garlic potatoes
Don’t miss the Smoked Potatoes, Lentil Croquettes, Cheese Dumpling in Mushroom Broth, or the Kale with Sunflower Tahini!
Nick Balla and Cortney Burns are our HEROS! The creative dishes on their menu feature ingredients the 2 make in house. They blend their own spices, make their own cheese, and cure their own bottarga.
Smoked potatoes with black garlic is a must.
Kale and yogurt smørrebrød - $13 http://www.bartartine.com/menus/
Cranky waiter + 1.5 hrs to get food...yikes! After the waiter picked up our check he said, "can they just leave now". Disappointing service food was good though.
There are lots of unordinary things the the menu. Don't worry, everything is good
Manufactured Wait list for the bar when half the place is empty on a Tuesday ... Give me a break ... Skip this one ...
The Lentil Croquettes at Bar Tartine For a sort of Hungarian/Indian take on falafel, chef Nicolaus Balla fries bright green balls of sprouted lentils that are then paired with house-cultured kefir.
Favorite brunch in SF. Smoked potatoes and avocado toast set the bar in my brunch dish hall of fame.
The potato flatbread was the best savory dish I have ever eaten. Ever. Also recommend the kale and the lentil croquettes!!
The large sharable plate was neither large nor sharable. Disappointing.