The Campton Place Restaurant, Bistro and Bar has been a landmark dining destination for over two decades.

Continuing the culinary journey, a legend is rejuvenated with a new and exciting adventure by Chef Srijith who has masterfully created new menus bringing a distinctive palette to San Francisco embodying Indian inspirations with local California Cuisine and gentle Spice Route overtones.

Chef Sri’s sophisticated style of Cal-Indian cuisine combines French classical cooking techniques with local, seasonal ingredients and global flavors, particularly those from South Asia. His exciting cuisine has won acclaim not only from local diners and visitors, but also the Michelin Guide, which has awarded Campton Place a coveted one star for four years in a row. A treat for the senses awaits diners.

 

Special Occations

Campton Place Debuts New Sunday Jazz Brunch

Starting Sunday April 13Campton Place Restaurant’s new Sunday brunch seamlessly melds warm spices with cool jazz for the perfect weekend indulgence.

The elegant brunch, offered on from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., features a range of uniquetreats Chef Srijith’s from Appam, a tender South Indian pancake topped with a gently cooked egg and coastal curry sauce ,to more traditional offerings such as our famous Crab cake Benedict & Malted Walnut Waffles

Then, sit back with a glass of champagne or brunch cocktail and enjoy the illustrious George Lacson trio, which will perform every Sunday from noon to 2:30 p.m. The Bay Area group, which combines traditional jazz, funk, R&B and modern influences, is led by George Lacson, who has performed with such renowned artists as John Lee Hooker Jr.

For more information contact us at dine@camptonplacesf.com or on 4157815555