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Anjou Restaurant Union Square

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Anjou Restaurant Union Square

spicetart | Dec 15, 2004 08:30 PM

I had no idea this place existed, but we stumbled upon it shopping last night and had a great, traditional French meal.

Carrot Ginger soup (of the day)
Not sweet or too spicy like it sometimes is, very fresh, I could have eaten a gallon of it.

French Onion Soup Gratinee
OMG the best I have ever had, not sweet and thick, but a nice clean broth with onions and great cheese and bread on top.

Seafood Cassoulet of Lingo Beans, Lobster, and Monkfish Served with a Crayfish Sauce
Rich, perfectly cooked, and not mushy beans like I have had other times.

Sautéed Medallions of Veal with House-made Linguini
I don't eat much veal but this dish really showcases why veal is so loved. Wonderful reduction sauce and housemade noodles.

Also a nice French wine by the glass list and friendly service and GREAT bread from Crepe & Brioche bakery.

Check it out.

Anjou Restaurant
44 Campton Place
San Francisco, CA 94108
(415) 392-5373

Link: http://www.anjou-sf.com/

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