MICHELIN Guide 2019

Campton Place

  • 340 Stockton St., San Francisco
  • 75 - 150 USD
  • Indian
MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View

The breadth and complexity of Indian cuisine gets its due at this tasteful retreat, tucked into a posh hotel just steps from the luxury boutiques of Union Square. Attired in a soft palette of cream and white, with a striking central glass light fixture, it's a smooth showcase for the freewheeling, colorful food from Chef Srijith Gopinathan. Diners have a choice of vegetarian or omnivorous dishes from the six-course tasting—with an extravagant add-on of white truffle naan for the high rollers in the room. Either way, you’ll be sent on a riotous journey through different textures, flavors and temperatures, along with some truly whimsical plating. Whether it’s a pea-shoot “flowerpot” with quinoa soil or a frozen stone bearing persimmon-kulfi popsicles, the chef's panache is sure to garner wide smiles. That's not to discount this kitchen's exceptional use of flavors as relished in the butter-poached lobster dressed with a coastal curry derived from the chef's grandmother's recipe, or the crisp dosa matched perfectly with a filling of sweet day boat scallops. Cauliflower roasted on charcoal with tomato tokku, kohlrabi and yogurt paired with fluffy kallappam makes for yet another high point.


Two Stars • Excellent cooking, worth a detour


Very comfortable


75 - 150 USD

  • K Valet parking
  • { Private dining rooms
  • E Establishment totally or partly reserved for non-smokers
  • a Wheelchair accessible
  • N Notable wine list

Campton Place

+1 415-955-5555
Opening hours
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