Petit Crenn

Row 1

609 Hayes St (at Laguna St)
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 864-1744
$ $ $
Tue–Sat: 11:00 AM–2:00 PM

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  • Go sooner rather than later. Dominique Crenn herself is overseeing the opening and serving patrons! If you go with the a la carte menu, you can't miss the Abalone.
  • The Petit Crenn omelette is amazing, so fluffy and light but pack a punch of flavor. The entire family style menu was pretty close to perfect. The trout, abalone and mussels were also highlights.
  • Everything was so good! $72/person for the epic family-style prix fixe including tip. We ate mousse inside an orange.
  • dominique crenn's new spot - pre fixe or sit at the bar
  • Very nice staff, delicious ingredients, it was nice to sit at the bar to see the food being prepared.
  • Dinner was delicious! Service was excellent as well.
  • Desde a msica, ambiente e comida tudo perfeito!
  • the Whole Fire-Roasted Trout with Beurre Blanc was fantastic
  • Omelette is delicious
  • Loved everything. The atmosphere, the service and the food of course. We had the tasting menu, every single dish was amazing. Choose the bar sitting !
  • The wine pairings are spot on for each course
  • Absolutely loved every dish and how they brought out the fish and told all the guests about it! Excellent dining experience
  • A wonderful five-course dinner menu of seafood and vegetable! Every plate brought out was delicious.
  • Beautiful prix fixe menu
  • I love this grill fish!
  • The menu rotates nightly, but you can likely count on gnocchi a la Parisienne, pan-friend and golden, arranged with vegetables! Also try one of the five or six seafood and vegetable-based courses.
  • Inspired by the cuisine of Brittany, chef Dominique Crenn's neighborhood spot offers a dinner party vibe, with impeccable, family-style dishes.
  • A flawless dining experience. Meet your fish before you eat it, and get a better wine pairing than you thought possible from one of the many friendly sommeliers disguised as normals.
  • Crenn hails from Brittany, so there are always oysters and gougres to start. The ensuing vegetable and seafood dishes entwine French classics with pristine NorCal ingredients and inspiration.
  • Crenn, in its petit form, strips the tasting menu of its overbearing gravitas and allows you to experience instead the pleasure of being in a chef's hands.