New American
$ $
1001 Guerrero St (at 22nd St)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 875-9810
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
10:30am - 2:00pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
10:30am - 2:00pm


  • Everything we had was really delicious! Highlights were the Green Garlic Soup and the Potato-Black Pepper Dumplings. Delta Asparagus and the sourdough bread were also quite good.
  • My chef friends tell me you are doing it wrong if you don't try all the desserts.
  • Chef Brett Copper is a master of sophisticated vegetable preparations. Dishes like "young kale with pickled beet, carrot, dill, and grain mustard" are greater than the sum of their parts.
  • Aster is a declaration that chef Brett Cooper is ready to be a mainstay in modern San Francisco cuisine. The food is great, but remember, prices are inclusive of service. No need to tip.
  • Everything is delicious but in very small portions.
  • Everything I had was very good but the delta asparagus and green garlic soup were great dishes. Each taste was unique, vibrant, and showed off its thoughtful composition.
  • Our favorite new restaurant. Their 4-course meal is a great deal for amazing food. Get the soft-cooked egg dish and the lamb!
  • 4-course menu didn't live up to the hype and the service really left something to be desired
  • Aster's dessert menu is full of surprises, melding ingredients like coconut coffee tart with bright fall squash, or infusing savory hints of sorrel and basil into his milk chocolate custard.
  • Memorable mirror arrangement
  • What an amazing value! 4 course tasting menu for only $65! Wine pairings for an additional $45. Food was outstanding, and ambiance delightful.
  • Very small plates packed with flavor. Awesome wine list. Great for a culinary adventure that doesn't feel stuffy.
  • If you enjoy duck, they know how to do it up right. The breast was perfectly cooked, juicy with crisp skin, and the confit was well seasoned with crunchy, browned bits.
  • Brett Cooper offers dishes a la carte, as well as a very reasonably priced four-course tasting menu at $65; brunch is another easy point of entry, offering a selection of house-baked breads and more.
  • Tasty Sunday brunch. Very delicate flavors.
  • overpriced and bad service
  • Every thing is great! Try the tasting menue.
  • Great tasting menu concept. Very good value and wonderful service.
  • 1st and 2nd courses were outstanding and outshined meat mains. I suspect veggie or fish main options were better but will have to return to confirm! Wine pairings were delightful.
  • We ordered 2 dishes each, shared bread, and a dessert. Everything was spectacular: summer squash, market greens, potato dumplings, duck, and peach melba. Left satisfied and happy. Eat here!

Nearby places

3394 22nd St (at Guerrero St.)
3692 18th St (at Dolores St)
1199 Valencia St (at 23rd St)