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- $49 for a prix fixe dinner for two ($80 value)
- $98 for a prix fixe dinner for four ($160 value)
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The word "casual" rarely applies to a French restaurant, but Ducroix embraces it, proudly serving rustic French cuisine designed to make you feel as if you're dining at someone's home in the Alsatian countryside. Lunch is quite low key, with dishes such as tuna sandwiches and boeuf bourguignon pasta, as well as small plates filled with gratin-style potatoes and cassoulet. Dinners, on the other hand, might start off with a creamy potato-leek soup or parsley-dotted escargot before proceeding to duck ravioli or lamb a la Provençal.
Chef Etienne, who grew up in the central part of France, prepares all the meals at Ducroix. He and his brother Remi opened the restaurant a few years after moving to San Francisco in 2003. They drew inspiration from their parents' bed and breakfast in France, Le Pont Neuf.