Aziza

Row 1

Details
5800 Geary Blvd (at 22nd Ave)
San Francisco, CA 94121
(415) 752-2222
Moroccan
$ $ $
Hours
Mon, Wed–Sun: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Try the Basteeya
  • Pastry chef Melissa Chou balances 3 diverse culinary traditions in her dessertsAmerican, Chinese & Moroccan. Must order: burnt vanilla ice cream w/huckleberry, brioche French toast, & almond.
  • Mourad Lahlou is a chef that should/will soon be on the national radar. His Cal-Moroccan cuisine is only getting better with three-star chef Louis Maldonado aboard. [Eater 38 Member]
  • LAMB SHANK
  • OMG; http://aziza-sf.com/; this is one of the BEST restaurants I've ever visited. They've gotten 1 Michelin star for 2010; am I really that brain dead? Try this restaurant. You won't be disappointed
  • One of our reviewers, DK Eyewitness, says, "Exotic Moroccan specialties, from a fragrant couscous to quail with huckleberry, are brought to the table, as diners lounge on luxurious cushioned seats."
  • Try the wagyu beef with harissa foam
  • Perfect wine to match the food: Puffeney's 2006 poulsard (indigenous, thin-skinned grape) from France's Jura delivers sour cherry & currant flavors, with distinctive earth & mineral notes. Excellent!
  • Fantastic restaurant! Salmon Roe and Meatballs are great starters.
  • Try the Beet Salad
  • Try the Harissa Rolls
  • I heard Aziza was fantastic. Morocco in SF, here I come!
  • The meatball appetizer was yummy. The lamb shank was fall-off-the-bone delicious!
  • Strange but delicious: meatballs with grapes...it's #63 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010.
  • try the lamb shank. can't go wrong
  • Original handcrafted cocktails at this cozy bar are well worth waiting for.
  • Chicken basteeya
  • Get a side of the Harissa sauce. Amazing!
  • Get your wine by the bottle; the by the glass pours are just sad.
  • Excellent cocktails, I recommend the cantaloupe, peppercorn, and chartreuse pisco. Lamb shank is tender and huge in portion. Couscous is delicate!