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Restaurant Gary Danko

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  • American (New), Californian, Wild Game
  • 800 N Point St, San Francisco CA94109 37.805828 -122.420182
  • (At Hyde St)
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  • (415) 749-2060
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Courses Menu

(3) $79 / (4) $96 / (5) $114.

Caviar Service

(1oz). With Buckwheat Blini

Black Sea Osetra    95.00
Golden Osetra    125.00

Appetizers

Crispy Farm Egg with grits, royal trumpet mushrooms, frisée and pancetta   
French Red Pumpkin Soup with butternut squash, apples, saba and chestnuts   
Dungeness Crab Salad with avocado, citrus, quinoa and mustard-tarragon vinaigrette   
Lobster Salad with chestnut mousse, persimmon, pomegranate and honey-vanilla vinaigrette   
Treviso And Romaine Salad with olives, anchovies, banyuls vinaigrette and parmigiano-reggiano   
Risotto With Gulf Shrimp dungeness crab, shimeji mushrooms and roasted butternut squash   
Seared Ahi Tuna with avocado, nori, enoki mushrooms and lemon soy dressing   
Quail Salad with rosemary potato cake, maitake mushrooms and pomegranate   
Glazed Oysters with osetra caviar, zucchini pearls and lettuce cream   

Fish And Seafood

Branzini with fennel purée, niçoise olives and saffron-orange emulsion   
Roast Maine Lobster with potato purée, chanterelle mushrooms, edamame and tarragon   
Coconut Thai Curry with shrimp, calamari, lobster, scallops, scallions and shiitake mushrooms   
Coriander black pepper and rosemary crusted tuna with spaghetti squash, piperade and anchovy-garlic essence   
Seared Sea Scallops with zucchini-basil purée, beech mushrooms, melted leeks and sauce maréchal   
Pan Seared Bass with israeli couscous, pumpkin, preserved meyer lemon and sage   
Horseradish Crusted Salmon Medallion with dilled cucumbers and mustard sauce   

Meat And Game Birds

Seared Filet Of Beef with swiss chard, potatoes, shallot marmalade and bordelaise butter   
Juniper Crusted Bison with king trumpet mushrooms, cipollini onions and herbed spätzle   
Guinea Hen Breast with roasted baby beets, goat cheese mousse and champagne braised savoy cabbage   
Lemon Pepper Duck Breast with duck hash, celery root garlic purée, spinach and cardamom poached pears   
Herb Crusted Loin Of Lamb with farroto, medjool dates, rainbow carrots, and green chermoula   
Roasted Pork Tenderloin with pork belly, squash, brussels sprouts, apples and chestnuts   
Moroccan Spiced Squab with raisins, almonds, chermoula and orange-cumin carrots   

 

Cheese a selection of farmhouse and artisanal cheeses presented tableside   

Dessert

Seasonal Sorbet Sampler with cookies   
Trio Of Crème Brûlée with assorted cookies   
Strawberry Soufflé with strawberry sauce and strawberry sorbet   
Chocolate Praline Parfait with bourbon sauce and salted caramel ice cream   
Warm Louisiana Butter Cake with apples, huckleberry compote and vanilla bean ice cream   
Crème Fraîche Cheesecake with cranberry compote, spiced pecans and cranberry ice cream   
Lemon Soufflé Cake with crème fraîche panna cotta and raspberry sorbet   
French Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches with three sauces   
Roasted Pears with gingerbread and nutmeg ice cream   
Baked Chocolate Soufflé with two sauces   

Prepared Tableside

Flambéed Bananas with mascarpone filled crèpes, graham cracker-macadamia nut streusel and vanilla ice cream   
An Additional $6 Per Person

 

Cow's Milk Cheeses

Saint Agur one of our house favorites. this double cream blue cheese from the auvergne region of france offers great depth of flavor and spiciness of the blueing. you are left with a creamy finish that leaves you wanting more.   
Tête De Moine this cheese from switzerland has a similar flavor profile to a young gruyère. what sets this cheese apart is the way it is served. we place the small wheel on a girolle and shave thin ribbons of cheese off the top. the ribbons look similar to a chanterelle mushroom and the thin shavings allow the cheese to melt on the palate releasing its vast and compelling complex flavors.   
Maroilles a french, aoc approved cow's milk cheese made in maroilles, a small village in the nord-pas-de-calais region of northern france. a recipe born at the hands of the monks, maroilles is one of the oldest cheeses produced in france. this cow's milk, washed rind flavor becomes robust with age. it is a full flavored cheese with a pungent aroma and earthy palate.   
Great Hill Blue a raw milk, non-homogenized cow milk blue cheese that is fabulously creamy, rich and slightly piquant from marion, mass.   
Morbier raw cow’s milk aged between one and two months, full of flavor and one of our favorite "stories" on the cart. the shepard’s of the franche-comté hiking up the steep terrain would separate the morning milk from the evening milk with a tasteless layer of ash to avoid the possibility of wasting the excess curd. an oft-requested cheese, morbier will always have a home on our cart.   
Affidelice from burgundy, france and produced by berthaut, a name synonymous with epoisses. berthaut makes this wonderful, lesser known washed rind, raw cow's milk cheese with all of the same traits as its famed epoisses, with the exception of the wash. affidelice is washed with chablis wine which creates a slightly sweet, more gentle palate in the finish that delights all "stinky" cheese lovers and lures those that dare to taste what the smell questions.   
Durrus this washed rind, raw milk cheese from west cork, ireland is an incredibly flavorful cheese that surrounds the palate with the strong flavors inherent to the washed rind characteristic. the cheese also surprises our palate with an unusual sweetness and saltiness all at the same time. the cheese maker jeffa gill offers us a "well rounded" cheese with intense character. a surprising feat for someone with a background in fashion design.   
Brillat Savarin from normandy, france, not more than 2 to 3 weeks old, we call this the "ice cream cheese". it is made by adding hot cream straight into the curd in order to raise the fat content to a whopping 78% (75% being the minimum requirement for a triple crã¨me)!! named after the famed chemist and author of the ' physiology of taste', it is a favorite of all decadent food lovers.   
Pleasant Ridge Gruyere produced with milk provided from cows living in a rotating pasture routine, grazing on fresh grass of the spring and living a great life! this raw milk reserve is aged about one year. deep layers of long lasting flavor, and a natural honey-comb color helped convince the panel members of the american cheese society to name this the best of show for 2001.   
Morbier cow/ raw milk/ between one and two months old, usually - full of flavor and great stories to entertain us - from the morning and evening milk being separated by the notorious layer of ash in the center to the possibility of excess curd being saved from waste in the making of comte by turning it into morbier. an often requested cheese by name, morbier will alway have a home on the cheese cart.   

Sheep's Milk Cheeses

Lamb Chopper created by cypress grove in arcata, ca. this cheese is made in a gouda style. cypress grove actually travels to the land of gouda, the netherland to make this cheese. aged in wax, the cheese retains its moisture with sweet, salty, nutty flavors; it does not last long on our carts.   
Pecorino Sardo only sardinian sheep milk coming from the island of sardinia off the coast of italy are used in the production of this cheese. the wild selection of wild flowers, grasses, herbs and flora of sardinia sweeten the milk with a very distinctive island flavor. made in the style of a centuries old tradition, it opens a gateway to a much simpler and more personal approach to cheese making.   

Goat's Milk Cheeses

Humboldt Fog arguably the most well known goat cheese produced in california. this young (usually 1 and 2 months) snow white cheese has a distinctive layer of ash running through the middle of its form. from mckinleyville, california in humboldt county this award winning cheese inspires even non-goat cheese lovers to taste and enjoy!   
Herbiette produced in the bordeaux region by an incredible affineur named jean d'alos and aged for about three months. this semi-soft creation is given a wondrous coat of herbs, much like brin d'amour from corsica. the herbs of the region on the coat of herbiette include: thyme, savory, juniper, coriander, fennel and cayenne. delicious!   
Garrotxa from catalonia, spain. this semi-hard cheese is full of herbaceous flavors resulting from the wild herbs the goats feed on. this complex herbaceous palate pairs with a delicate creaminess that delights the palate. though usually not more than 6 months old at most, this drier style cheese has intense depth of character that offers layer upon layer of flavors on the palate. let it linger to enjoy the after taste.   

Chef Gary Danko's Tasting Menu

(5 Course) Tasting Menu $114 / Wine Pairing $85.

Glazed Oysters with osetra caviar, zucchini pearls and lettuce cream   
gruner valtiner, nigl, freiheit, kremstal, austria 2013   
Horseradish Crusted Salmon Medallion with dilled cucumbers and mustard sauce   
traminer, domaine andre et mireille tissot, arbois, jura, france 20885   
Seared Filet Of Beef with swiss chard, potatoes, shallot marmalade and bordelaise butter   
cabernet sauvignon, pied a terre, napa valley, california 2010   
A Selection Of Farmhouse And Artisanal Cheese    
lacrima di morra d'alba passito, luciano landi, marche, italy 2009   
Roasted Pears with gingerbread and nutmeg ice cream   
pedro ximenez, alvear, solera 1927, montilla-moriles, spain mv   

All Natural Dry Soda $6

Rhubarb    
Lemon Grass    
Lavender    

Bionade Organic Beverage $6

Ginger Orange    
Elderberry    
Herbs    

Navarro Grape Juice $7

Gewürztraminer    
Pinot Noir    

Sparkling Cider

Duché De Longueville france   8.00

Waters $8

San Pellegrino italy (sparkling)   
Panna italy (still)   

Soft Drinks

Coca Cola diet coke, sprite, ginger ale   4.00
Red Bull    6.00

Non-Alcoholic Cocktails $7

Sparkling Ginger Limeade lemongrass dry soda, lime juice, ginger   
Ginger Wonder ginger orange bionade, lime, orange   
Strawberry Orange Lemonade ginger orange bionade, lemon juice, strawberries   
Vernon's Refresher lime juice, house made ginger syrup, fentiman's ginger beer, seasonal berries   
Lavender Daiquiri lavender dry soda, grapefruit juice, house made lavender honey water   
Tropical Punch orange juice, pineapple juice, lime juice, grenadine   

Wines By The Glass

Champagne & Sparkling

(6oz)

Alice prosecco, tajad, veneto, italy mv   14.00
Schramsberg blanc de blancs, north coast, california, brut 2011   19.00
J. Lassalle cachet or, chigny-les-roses, premier cru, champagne, france, brut mv   22.00
Ruinart rosé, reims, champagne, france, brut mv   34.00

White

(5oz)

Riesling karthäuserhof, eitelsbacher karthäuserhofberg, kabinett, mosel, germany 2010   16.00
Sauvignon Blanc lucien crochet, sancerre, loire valley, france 2012   17.00
Grüner Veltliner nigl, freiheit, kremstal, austria 2013   16.00
Chenin Blanc françois pinon, les trois argiles, vouvray, loire valley, france 2011   14.00
Kerner aristos, valle isarco, alto adige, italy 2012   16.00
Chardonnay, Les Héritiers Du Comte Lafon les maranches, mâcon-uchizy, burgundy, france 2009   20.00
Chardonnay, Paul Hobbs russian river valley, california 2012   24.00

Rosé

Rosé Of Pinot Noir vin gris by littorai, anderson valley, california 2013  (5oz) 15.00

Red

(5oz).

Pinot Noir, Atsina Cellars attila, sonoma mountain, california 2011   18.00
Pinot Noir, Miura garys' vineyard, gary danko barrel selection, santa lucia highlands, california 2008   24.00
Nebbiolo giacomo fenocchio, villero, barolo, piedmont, italy 2009   26.00
Syrah alain graillot, crozes-hermitage, rhône valley, france 2012   18.00
Zinfandel brown estate, rosemary's block, napa valley, california 2011   18.00
Tempranillo numanthia, termes, toro, spain 2010   17.00
Cabernet Sauvignon pied à terre, napa, california 2010   20.00

 

Restaurant Gary Danko
800 N Point St
At Hyde St
(415) 749-2060
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