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Service was great. Food was pretty tasty as well. Prices were a little high for what you got, but was in line with what you expect from a restaurant within its area.
The restaurant was really pretty and had a great ambiance. Noise level wasn’t too high, which made it great for a double date. Overall, had a pleasant experience and would return.
We had a very attentive and professional waiter.
We decided to have a light dinner and ordered ricotta gnocchi which was excellent.
We also had delicious gelato for dessert.
All in all we were very pleased with the restaurant and will certainly return.
We loved this restaurant! Chef Steve has some amazing dishes on the menu, and the 3 we tried were all excellent. Our waiter Geary (sp?) was from Ireland and was very friendly, and attentive. It seems that all the employees get along very well, and are there to make your dining experience enjoyable. Prices are reasonable, and the chocolate mousse we had for dessert was delicious!
We were visiting from out of town, and will definitely go out of our way to dine here again, on our next visit.
Food was good but somewhat basic, maybe if the price point was better I wouldn’t complain. Great service
Aliment has been a favorite for a long time but I feel like the prices have gone up and the quality has dipped, unfortunately. My fried chicken tonight was very overcooked and tough, and the $14 cauliflower was bland. Time to look elsewhere, sad to say. Going here had been a cherished ritual. :-/
The food is always great here. Great service too.
Went here after work one day since I work in the square and thought this was a cute little spot! However I was very disappointed with the service and food. Our server seemed brand new to the job and it seemed unprofessional to me to see her long fingernails working in the food industry. Throughout the 1.5 hour dinner, I cannot count how many times she came to ask if she could take our plates!!! There was still food on the plates but I do not know why she kept asking even when I was very straightforward and said we are still working on it. I said it probably 5-7 times (not kidding). That was a bit ridiculous....and it wasn't as if there was a line of people wanting to get seated. The food came and we ordered the charcuterie plate and Brussels sprouts which were decent. But the main entrees were very disappointing. I had the ricotta gnocchi which was not amazing and my friends had the fried chicken (their most famous but SUPER DRY and you're better off going to Hops and Hominy). My other friend ordered the wild boar and it was not at all tender and hard to chew. Overall, will not be back!
I have always had a good experience here. The service is great, food is delicious, and the drinks are strong. Get the brussel sprouts!
Such a great spot. My wife and I go back all the time!
The first bite I picked up with my fork had hair wrapped all in the food. My 2nd cocktail also had hair inside the glass. The waiter was super nice about it, but still unacceptable.
Remarkably good food. The menu pleases our vegetarian friends and meat lovers alike. We ordered a big salad, cauliflower, fried chicken sandwich and a burger. Everyone was happy. In addition, the service was quite attentive. A bit hidden but a great find for the neighborhood.
the food changed. We enjoyed the food in the past. this visit the brussel spouts were overly sweet. The gnocchi with Gorgonzola sauce had an off taste. The fish was bland. Kitchen ran out of deserts. Maybe an off night for the kitchen? We were told a new chef is coming soon.
Food is always good. Had the mussels and baramundi. Both were delicious.
One of my best expierences in 8 yrs in SF!!!!! Highly recommend!
Went here for drinks and a lite dinner with my bestfriend. The bartender and servers were super friendly! The atmosphere was perfect for a girls night. Quiet and cute and cozy!
Aliment was great, nice table upstairs. They have a very fun menu, we had squash soup and roasted brussels sprouts as appetizers and Barramundi and a pasta dish for entrees. Service is great and they were very aware of our time constraint, for concert tickets. The team is very impresssive. The cocktails were great , one standout was the Smoke (something).
The food was very “meh.” But the service and drinks were great! I would return for drinks and maybe the charcuterie dish (which I didn’t have, but it looked interesting). Don’t think I’d go back there for any other food, though.
This should have been much better.
Best thing we ate were the brussel sprouts. Well seasoned and tasty. Downhill from there.
My wife and in-laws ordered the soup. It had a nice smokey flavor which they enjoyed, but was not seasoned at all.
The boar was ok. The Korean fried chicken... was weird. The sauce just wasn't quite right - left you feeling a little ill after. It wasn't spicy enough and the sweetness was off. The two pieces of breast meat were over cooked and the thigh and leg were under cooked. The ricotta gnocchi with Gorgonzola sauce was not good at all. You would expect something that to be rich and unctuous. The texture of the gnocchi was meh at best and the sauce was awful. It was acid forward and had no Gorgonzola flavor at all. Food was horribly disappointing.
Atmosphere and service were good though.
We loved Rachel the fantastic craft cocktail-ist! She was lovely ... warm, kind, knowledgeable and just an overall cool person. I think there was a large party going on in the back so the staff seemed slightly divided but Rachel was incredibly helpful and attentive. Definitely will go back for her lovely spirit and delicious turmeric cocktail! Thank you!
This place is confused about what it is. Sports bar? $14 cocktail bar?
Fantastic! I’ll definitely go back again! Get the wings
Sat in the window seats for Happy Hour. Rachel, our server, was spectacular... down to earth, super friendly, very accommodating as we balanced Happy Hour with our dinner reservation (Happy Hour items/prices only apply in the bar area, so wanted to take advantage before moving to our table upstairs). Yummy appetizers on the Happy Hour menu, especially the chickpea "meat balls" and the piquillo peppers.
Place seemed a little short staffed when we got there but nothing too bad. Turns out, it was bad. While we loved our server and felt terrible for him due to the large, loud drunk group behind us, the kitchen at Ailment is obviously not equipped to handle a large party + whole rest of the restaurant. They also ran out of nearly the whole entree menu before we had finished our meal (arrived at 7:15pm.)
Food came out about an hour after we sat, over cooked and cold. The medium steak came out well done, my boar was so tough it was inedible and had to send it back. The burgers were delivered to a different table, which delayed the meal even further. The burger meat was unevenly cooked, like parts were still frozen, one of the buns obviously came from a bodega or something, it was hard as a rock, the other burger had a completely different, wonder bread kind of bun. We did get mussels as an appetizer, and those were phenomenal. Really really good sauce, but could have used some bread to sop up the juice.
Ailment, figure your stuff out. Your menu looked great but without a chef overseeing the cooking, nothing came to our table right. The only good thing about our experience was our server’s attitude and the wine.
Too loud for my taste but the food was great
I love the food here. GET THE BRUSSEL SPROUTS! My only issue is that I sat next to some super load people. They actually paid for my dinner bec/they were so loud. I asked them to be quiet, and they apologized. Just wish the restaurant would have spoken to them or not sat me next to them.
Place was really loud. We were seated in the upper area where the temperature seemed to vary from comfortable to unbearably hot. Food was good, not great. The menu was very small and featured Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and charcuterie… as do 50 other places within walking distance. Nothing was bad, nothing would make me come back.
Food was fantastic! We were pleasantly surprised at how creative and fun the menu was. Waiter was friendly and helpful.
The menu was limited probably due to the lack of a real kitchen but only a food prep area behind the counter. The food was adequate as was the service but not outstanding. Food arrival was on the slow side. There was a $4.00 charge for an order of bread (4 slices) -- petty and a $1.00 charge for tonic for my gin -- really petty.
LOVE this place. It was my first time and the service was off the chain great. The servers were so cool and had great personalities. You could tell they all loved working there and had pride in their establishment. I will be back the next chance I get.
Went on a Saturday night around 7:30PM. There was a good crowd but not overly crowded. We started with the brussel sprouts and the cheese board. Both were excellent especially the brussel sprouts. For entrees we had the New York strip steak and the spicy Korean fried chicken. The chicken was very good and it was a good portion size. The steak was mediocre at best, extremely fatty and not much flavor.
Overall the food and service were good. We would definitely come back.
Food was delicious and had a beautiful presentation. The staff were friendly and attentive. Even though we were seated in the loft which feels a bit far away from the kitchen and main bar area we felt very well taken care of. We would definitely eat here again. Be sure to try the popcorn infused creme brulee!
Food average to good. Service very slow and always looking for waiter.
Everything was noteworthy here—in a town where it is hard to stand out. We loved the Pine Street micro brewery selections—pale ale and an IPA—and one in our party had a excellent margarita type cocktail. We shared the brussell sprouts and the cauliflower sides to start—very tasty and singularly delicious. Not overly fried. Thanks! Then some of us had the korean style fried chicken and others had the steak (cooked rare, just like I asked for) covered in oven fried/roasted sweet potato cubes, thankfully not too oily. Sprinkled with lovely greens. The chicken was crispy and tender. The korean sauce was sweet and spicy. Yum. We shared the chocolate and creme brulee desserts. The ambiance was fun and comfortable. We four sat downstairs with 2 bench seats and could view the food and cocktail prep. Fun and great meal. We’re coming back.
Great food and great service. We went here for my and my wife's 1 year anniversary because it was close by and landed on a Monday. We loved everything about it. Good quality and great portions. Cool vibe too. Nour server was very attentive.
We ate at the bar. The bartenders are amazing, very knowledgeable and entertaining. The food is amazing. We eat here every time we visit San Francisco.
We were at a memorial service a few blocks away and spontaneously wanted to grab dinner afterwards. I did a search and this came up and the menu looked great. We sat upstairs which was cool - downstairs is nice too but probably a bit louder so it was nice upstairs, a bit quieter but we could see all the action over the balcony. We split our meal - app, main and dessert - because we'd eaten a bit prior to dinner - and it was a great. Loved the burger with bacon jam, split the curry soup - very good. Chocolate cake was a little dry / bland but overall a great spot and I'd go again.
The service was great and better yet the food was so tasty.
Love the Brussels sprouts
Terrible service and attitude of staff. Food was over cooked.
Wonderful meal! I started with their fantastic rendition of a Bloody Mary (a wonderful surprise delivered in a copper vessel) - and the food was splendidly prepared as well. I particularly recommend their Brussels Sprouts, certainly the best I've eaten and I'm a fan of that strange little cabbage.