Kokkari Estiatorio

Row 1

Details
200 Jackson St (at Front St)
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 981-0983
Greek, Cocktail, Mediterranean
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • After a cathartic Greek meal, enjoy a Greek coffee cooked over hot sand, but leave that last sip for the gods. Oh, and you could probably stand up in that fireplace, but dont try it. - Inspector
  • The best galaktoboureko
  • Reservations - the useful tip
  • Try the Special Meyer Lemon Custard wrapped in Filo & House Made Pistachio Ice Cream
  • It's hard to deny its appealing meld of Cal-Greek fare, a wood-burning hearth, and urban vibe. The zucchini cakes, hearth-grilled lamb chops, and baklava ice cream are all perennials.[Eater 38 Member]
  • Get the Greek foods!
  • Get the octopus salad! You won't regret it!
  • Lamb chops!!!
  • Get the Greek food!
  • Taste and service is top but porsions are small compared to any restaurant in greek islands..
  • finally found a restaurant in SF worthy of being called Greek. excellent. don't leave without trying the pistachio ice cream and Greek coffee.
  • Grilled whole fish specials are delicious!
  • The lamb chops - it's worth it. One of the fanceh places on this list, but it's just fine dining without fuss - good sourced ingredients, well salted and expansive flavors.
  • Best Greek restaurant in SF. Try the octopus and the real moussaka
  • They have amazing fish her!!
  • Try the Fava Beans - Early season fava beans, not on the menu. Get them if you can: tender and tasty!
  • Holy moly! Consistently delicious and perfectly crisp, thick, Zucchini cakes with a dollop of Tziatziki. A must to start your dining experience :)
  • The flat bread with a trio of dips is amazing! Lamb is to die for!
  • Overrated.
  • Start with the Gigantes, followed by Moussaka and a glass or three of Chateau Julia, Merlot. Try to have enough room left for Sokolatina for dessert!