French Restaurants in Daly City, CA

Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner at Whispers Cafe & Creperie (Up to 60% Off). Two Options Available.

Whispers Cafe & Creperie

Whispers Cafe & Crepeie - Belmont

Crepes made with chicken apple sausage and shrimp, grilled portobello sandwiches, salmon burgers, and other light eats at a popular cafe

$25 $15

$49 for a Prix-Fixe Dinner for Two at Cafe Bastille ($70 Value)

Cafe Bastille


Three-course dinner for two includes soup or salad, a French special, and a dessert

$70 $49

Three-Course California Cuisine Dinner with Champagne for Two or Four at Bijou Restaurant & Bar (Up to 59% Off)

Bijou Restaurant & Bar

Downtown Hayward

Morroccan sand dab, beef bourguignon, and chicken fricassee with orzo and wild mushrooms take center stage in this fusion culinary fete

$92 $39

Brazilian Rodizio Dinner for Two or Four at Cleo's Brazilian Steak House (Up to 37% Off)

Cleo's Brazilian Steak House

Cleo's Steakhouse

All-you-can eat Brazilian meats carved at your table, plus a buffet of salads and sides

$30 $19

Food and Drink at Deli King (Up to 40% Off)

Deli King

Central Sunset

Breakfasts of bagel sandwiches and fruit-topped waffles precede lunch dishes such as falafel and shawarma wraps or pastrami sandwichest

$5 $3

$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza at Papa John's

Papa John's

Multiple Locations

Hand-tossed pizzas slathered with sauce made from vine-ripened, California-grown tomatoes

$20 $12

Asian Fusion Barbecue for Two or More at Ke’s Seafood BBQ (40% Off)

Ke’s Seafood BBQ

San Francisco

This Asian fusion barbecue restaurant specializes in seafood including clams, oysters, and prawns, that guests cook on tabletop grills

$20 $12

$12 for $20 Worth of Cajun Seafood at Hot Crab

Hot Crab


Fresh seafood stars in dishes such as fried cod and chips, Cajun-spiced shrimp, and king crab legs

$20 $12

Build-Your-Own Pizza and Drinks at Take One Pizza (Up to 40% Off)

Take One Pizza

Take One Pizza

Build your own pizza before chefs fire it in an 800-degree brick oven or choose a chef-created combination

$25 $15

$30 for $50 Worth of Steakhouse and Seafood Cuisine for Two at The Van's "Restaurant On The Hill"

The Van's "Restaurant On The Hill"


100 year-old steakhouse serves mesquite-broiled steaks, prime rib of beef, lobster, and daily fish dishes overlooking the San Francisco Bay

$50 $30

Up to 40% Off Tapas at Seville Tapas

Seville Tapas

El Granada

Dig into savory tapas such as sautéed garlic shrimp or chorizo-and-brie pepitos made with freshly baked bread, perfect for sharing

$20 $12

Mediterranean Food for Two or Four for Dine-In at Goood Frikin Chicken (Up to 42% Off)

Goood Frikin Chicken


Chefs marinate chicken in herbs before roasting or grilling it, as well as prepare falafel sandwiches and other Mediterranean dishes

$30 $19

$15 or $25 Worth of Gourmet Pizza from Little Super Pizza (Up to 40% Off)

Little Super Pizza

San Bruno

Specialty pizzas include pesto-chicken, mexican, and spicy-and-sweet varieties; also serves wings, jalapeño poppers, and cake

$15 $9

Pizza and Italian Food or Take-Out at Gaspare's Pizza House & Italian Restaurant (Up to 28% Off)

Gaspare's Pizza House & Italian Restaurant

Richmond District

Native Sicilian smothers thin-crust pizzas with mozzarella and pairs those with classic Italian pastas

$40 $29

$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza or Large, Four-Topping Pizza and Extremely Twisted Sticks at Extreme Pizza

Extreme Pizza

Extreme Pizza

Vegan, gluten-free, and healthy pizzas alongside signature pies with inventive flavor combinations, such as the Mexican-inspired Baja 1000

$20 $12

$25 for $40 Worth of Roman–Italian Cuisine for Two or More at PantaRei


North Beach

Traditional Roman recipes and other Italian specialities paired with prosecco, wine, or specialty cocktails

$40 $25

Italian Cuisine for Dinner, Lunch, or Brunch at Aperto (40% Off)



Seasonal, organic ingredients from local vendors fill omelets, pancakes, paninis, pastas, and salads

$50 $30

Italian Dinner for Two or Four or More at Pasta Pelican (38% Off). Four Options Available.

Pasta Pelican


Fettuccine alfredo, pan-seared chicken, and pepperoni pizza served in a waterfront restaurant with views of the Oakland–Alameda Estuary

$40 $30

Italian Cuisine at Mangia Ristorante Pizzeria (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

Mangia Ristorante Pizzeria


Traditional Italian dishes such as risotto and penne puttanesca, as well as pizza made with hand-tossed dough

$40 $20

Mediterranean Cuisine at Arabian Nights Restaurant (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Arabian Nights Restaurant


Romantic restaurant recalls the Mediterranean with beaded wall sconces and traditional Lebanese dishes

$30 $18

Cafe Food for Dinner at Lama Beans (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Lama Beans

Ocean View

Chefs grill free-range pork chops, roast free-range chicken, braise beef brisket in red wine, and pair opah or ahi tuna with a wasabi sauce

$30 $18

$15 for $25 Worth of Italian Cuisine and Drinks for Two or More at Luigi's Fine Italian Ristorante

Luigi's Fine Italian Ristorante

Linda Mar

Italian entrees combine all walks of pasta with meat sauce, alfredo, or marinara; stuffed manicotti and cannelloni come out bubbling hot

$25 $15

Italian Dinner Cuisine at Il Pescatore Ristorante (Up to 39% Off). Four Options Available.

Il Pescatore Ristorante

Produce and Waterfront

Diners can dig into a variety of authentic Italian dishes, such as veal T-bone with rosemary and housemade gelato with fresh fruit

$40 $25

$25 for $40 Worth of Authentic Sicilian Cuisine for Two at Dopo


Piedmont Avenue

Contemporary trattoria introduces diners to an all-Sicilian menu, with handmade pastas, pizzas, and constantly changing antipasti

$40 $25

$24 for $40 Worth of Hibachi-Style Food and Drinks at Kobe Steak & Seafood

Kobe Steak & Seafood


Chefs dish out hibachi-style dinners with proteins such as chicken, salmon, new york steak, scallops, filet mignon, and shrimp

$40 $24

$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza or Large, Four-Topping Pizza and Extremely Twisted Sticks at Extreme Pizza

Extreme Pizza

Extreme Pizza

Pizzeria whips up inventive pies such as the Peace in The Middle East topped with hummus, mozzarella, fresh basil, and kalamata olives

$20 $12

$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Pasta, and Sandwiches at Three Guys Pies 

Three Guys Pies

Three Guys Pies

New York–style pies ranging from the philly cheesesteak to the barbecue to the spicy veggie to the butterfly shrimp alongside hot subs

$20 $12

Homestyle Food at Hayward Ranch (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Hayward Ranch

Downtown Hayward

Down-home fare served for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including USDA Choice beef steaks in the evening

$20 $12

Dinner for Two or Four at Izzy's Steaks and Chops (Up to 31% Off)

Izzys Steaks and Chops

Izzys Steaks and Chops, now in Oakland

Dinner menu features new york sirloin steaks, slow-roasted prime rib, and filet mignon medallions au poivre with pepper cream sauce

$98.40 $69

Specialty-, Vegan-, and Gluten-Free Pizza at Extreme Pizza (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

Extreme Pizza

Extreme Pizza

Pizzeria whips up inventive pies such as the Peace in The Middle East topped with hummus, mozzarella, fresh basil, and kalamata olives

$20 $12

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  • Star Box Food
    At Star Box Food, finish your meal with traditional creme brulee — this French restaurant is a fine establishment in Brisbane's Central Brisbane district. Having trouble finding that family-friendly restaurant everyone will love? This restaurant serves all ages, so little ones are welcome to come along, too. Outdoor dining doesn't get much better than the beautiful patio at Star Box Food. You can also have Star Box Food cater your next event. Choose wisely. Wait at home for delivery or come into this restaurant for carryout. With a host of nearby parking options, many choose to drive to dinner. Star Box Food offers safe bike parking outside. For a night out with great food that won't break the budget, head to Star Box Food. Star Box Food is a cash-only restaurant. When French cuisine is calling your name, head on over to the highly-rated Star Box Food.
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    Brisbane, CA US
  • Taj Campton Place
    Property Location A stay at Taj Campton Place places you in the heart of San Francisco, steps from Xanadu Gallery and Union Square. This 4.5-star hotel is close to Academy of Art University and Lombard Street. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 110 guestrooms featuring minibars and CD players. Premium TV channels provides entertainment, and wired and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Bathrooms have makeup/shaving mirrors and designer toiletries. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as multi-line phones with voice mail. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a health club, or other amenities including wireless Internet access (surcharge) and a concierge desk. Dining Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include high-speed (wired) Internet access (surcharge), limo/town car service, and business services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms and small meeting rooms. Parking (subject to charges) is available onsite, and additional parking (subject to charges) can be found nearby.
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    San Francisco, CA US
  • Le Central Bistro
    Le Central Bistro: A User’s Guide City’s Oldest Bistro | French Comfort Food | Signature Cassoulet | Quaint Atmosphere Sample Menu Appetizer: fried tofu sprinkled with bonito flakes Sushi: Mexican roll flavored with tempura sweet potato, crab meat, avocado, baked scallop, mozzarella cheese, and chili pepper Entree: chicken katsu curry with locally sourced natural chicken and organic greens Dessert: black sesame mochi ice cream Where to Sit: at the sushi bar to get a front-row seat when chefs prepare your food, or in the garden dining room amid hanging kimonos, obi, and hand fans. Vibe: bright and airy, with exposed brick walls that compliment rich red hues and traditional Japanese art work. Hanging paper lanterns complete the Asian-inspired look, illuminating wall-length booths. Sample Menu Appetizer: escargots de bourgogne—snails with garlic butter and Pernod Specialty: cassoulet—white bean stew with duck confit, Toulouse sausage, and lamb Entree: rack of lamb persillé Dessert: crème brulee Fun Facts Le Central Bistro opened in 1974, a year that, according to the restaurant, makes it the oldest French bistro in San Francisco. The restaurant’s signature cassoulet, a slow-cooked stew, owes its rich flavor to a unique cooking process: the previous day’s remnants are used as the base for the next batch. Currently, Le Central Bistro’s cassoulet has been cooking for over 14,000 days. Where to Sit: at a white-spread table or at the brass-topped bar, which was shipped overseas from France. Inside Tip The bistro is a popular spot for power lunches, so try making a reservation for dinner to avoid the crowds. Vocab Lesson Confit: a French term used to describe food that has been cooked in oil, syrup, or—in the case of some meat—its own fat, and then preserved. Tarte tatin: an upside-down French dessert that features fruit—usually apples—caramelized in butter and sugar. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Browse vintage jewelry and fine furnishings at Lang Antique & Estate Jewelry (309 Sutter St.) After: Sip on inventive cocktails, such as the Rye Maple Fizz, at the liquor-focused bar Rickhouse (246 Kearny St.).
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    San Francisco, CA US
  • Atelier Crenn
    Atelier Crenn: A User’s Guide Michelin-Rated Restaurant | Seasonal French Cuisine | Locally Sourced Ingredients | Tasting Menus When to Go: The signature tasting menu, which can include as many as 25 courses, is served Tuesday through Saturday. Of course, they also offer a shorter and less expensive 7–10 course tasting menu Tuesday through Thursday. How to Navigate the Menu: Think of it as a poem rather than an outline of dishes and ingredients. For instance, a menu description such as “mellow serenades of colors licorice and orange” is rendered on the plate as sea urchin torchon with caviar and yuzu. Ask your server or a nearby English professor to help you translate. The Gist: The seasonal French dishes here are as far reaching as they are inventive. Chefs combine locally sourced, seasonal produce with a dash of molecular gastronomy and a generous smattering of artful presentation. Who’s Cooking: Versailles-native Dominique Crenn views the culinary arts as exactly that—an art. Her expressive flair has paid off—she won Iron Chef America, earned the title of Esquire’s “chef of the year” in 2008, and secured a place in history as Indonesia’s first-ever female executive chef. Fun Facts: Like many restaurants, Atelier Crenn makes some of its ingredients—such as butter and bread—in-house. But unlike many, Atelier Crenn also makes its own plates, which they use to create singular presentations for each dish. Artistry runs through the Crenn family’s veins—Chef Crenn’s father created the paintings hanging in the dining room. This hereditary trait clearly surfaces in the chef’s dishes and poetic, off-beat menu. Inside Tips: Turn your phone off. Ateller Crenn asks that all patrons enjoy their meal and conversations unhindered by electronic devices. Don’t worry—Instagram will still be there when you leave. If you have dietary restrictions, let your server know. Though there are no guarantees, the kitchen staff will do their best to accommodate you. While You’re In the Neighborhood Before: Pick up a pair of vintage-inspired earrings to debut at dinner at Fawn(3108 Fillmore Street), a quaint women’s boutique. After: Cut a rug or two at Comet Club (3111 Fillmore Street) before commemorating the evening with pictures in their photo booth.
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    San Francisco, CA US
  • Cafe De La Presse
    Café de la Presse: A User’s Guide French Bistro Cuisine | Vintage Parisian Atmosphere | International Newsstand | Sunny Outdoor Patio Sample Menu Breakfast: omelette au fromage et aux herbes, or omelet with goat cheese and herbs Dinner: confit de canard maison, or confit of duck leg made with “Hudson Valley” Mallard Dessert: a selection of fine artisan cheeses with garnish What to drink: the café’s own signature rosé wine blend (part parelleda, part cabernet sauvignon) The Vibe: The atmosphere echoes back to a Parisian bistro from the 1930s—with a horseshoe-shaped bar, vintage posters, and period light fixtures that hang over TVs playing archival news features and movies. Where to Sit: On the sunny outdoor patio, where the corner of Grant Avenue and Bush Street almost seems like Paris. While You’re Waiting: Browse the newsstand. Café de la Presse stocks and sells more than 200 foreign magazines and newspapers, including many French titles. Press and Praise Summing up what makes the café great, Huffington Post says “The menu (lunch and dinner) is small, but features dishes of great complexity and taste. The wine list is large, mostly French, all excellent.” SFGate calls this “the cornerstone of what many regard as our own little French Quarter…” Vocab Lesson Confit: a French term used to describe food that has been cooked in oil, syrup, or—in the case of some meat—its own fat, and then preserved. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Take home a kite, parafoil, or windwheel from Chinatown Kite Shop, which has been putting things in the sky since 1969. After: Works from LEGO, Nike, and others fill the more than 20 exhibits at the Autodesk Gallery (One Market Street). If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Dig into the coq au vin at Café Claude (7 Claude Lane).
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    San Francisco, CA US
  • Garcon
    Garçon!: A User’s Guide French Bistro Cuisine | Rotating Wine List | Locally Sourced Ingredients| Parisian Decor | Daily-Changing Prix Fixe Menu Sample Menu Appetizer: oysters with pink peppercorn mignonette Entree: coq au vin Dessert: beignets and an espresso-hazelnut milkshake Drink: Wake up Call cocktail made with cucumber, lime, vodka, gin, and green chartreuse The Ingredients: Executive Chef Arthur Wall hunts down the freshest in-season and local ingredients he can find, including oysters and cheeses. The everchanging selection of available items inspires Mr. Wall to constantly update his menu, as well as prepare a new prix fixe offering every day. When to Go: On Tuesday, when the restaurant lets patrons bring in bottles of wine with no corkage fee. Inside Tips Ask your server about his or her favorite new wine; the globe-spanning list of bottles changes regularly Don’t plan on stopping by to cure the beginning-of-the-workweek blues—it’s closed on Mondays. If you’re planning a special event or 20-person ouija-board session, ask about reserving the private lounge. Vibe: Paul Reidinger of the San Francisco Bay Guardian wrote “Garçon! might be one of the most Parisian-looking restaurants in the city, with its vintage Dubonnet posters and individual lamps on each table.” Vocab Lesson Coq au vin: Traditional french dish of chicken cooked in red wine. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Take in the aromas of more than 400 herbs, essential oils, and flower essences at The Scarlet Sage Herb Company (1173 Valencia St). After: See some live theatre at The Marsh (1062 Valencia St). If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Gaspar Brasserie (185 Sutter St), where you can dine on French cuisine beneath a crystal chandalier.
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    San Francisco, CA US