About 3SIXTY Bar / Bistro / Market
Burlingame, CA 94010
Dine at our new restaurant, 3SIXTY. An all-in-one dining experience, it incorporates quick food for the traveler on the go in 3SIXTY Market, 3SIXTY Bistro for those wishing to dine on delicious and creative cuisine, and 3SIXTY Bar for those looking for a more social environment. Without sacrificing flavor, 3SIXTY focuses on health-conscious food that blends local ingredients from the San Francisco Bay Area that are sure to please any palate. You can choose the way you want to dine based on your mood and schedule at 3SIXTY.
Californian, Bistro, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast is available daily from 6:00am - 11:00am; The Ala Carte menu is offered until 10:00am and the breakfast buffet until 11:00am. Lunch begins daily at 11:00am and served until 3:00pm. Dinner service begins at 5:00pm and ends at 10:00pm daily ;
It's important to note that the breakfast buffet will be subject to closure due to business volume when applicable. Please check for specific lunch or dinner availability by making an advanced reservation.
The Bar offers daily service from 2:00pm - 1:30am. A late night menu is offered from
10:00pm - 12:00am daily.
3 SIXTY MARKET
The Market offers daily service from 5:00am - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
We offer complimentary self-parking validation for up to 4 hours.
Free Shuttle from San Francisco Airport to the Hyatt.
Private Party Facilities:
Our private dining room provides a beautiful wooden communal table and stunning chandelier. The room has sliding doors which provide privacy for comfortable dining experience.
Private Party Contact:
Amanda He: (650) 347-1234 ext. 2753
Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
3SIXTY Bar / Bistro / Market Ratings and Reviews
Well prepared and presented food, quality ingredients (ahi was perfect), Very friendly wait staff. They didn't have my 1000 point reservation but said they'd fix that. (I will check that next). Some wines were crazy expensive ($22 for 5 oz.!), but less expensive options were pretty decent vintages.
Celebrated Christmas lunch at noon. There weren't many patrons. Our waiter did not check on us and it literally took an hour to get our meal out. The soup and salad did not come before the meal. The food was cold - including the soup, and the prime rib was overdone. I understand it was a holiday, but The Hyatt standard was not met all. Very disappointing as this should have been a celebratory and memorable part of the day.
Late night dinner in a hotel near the airport usually isn't a good thing, but this meal was remarkable! The four of us each found something different and unique from fish tacos (a little fishy), veggie hamburger-- whoa--so good, Salad and Chicken. I'll certainly stay at his hotel again!
My table was a party of 10. I wish i knew it was a hotel in advance so I wouldn't have gone but that is my fault. The service was mediocre . The lady helping us had a face of dissatisfaction. The food I guess was a mixed batch. My brother in law and I ordered the ahí tuna sandwich. That sandwich was drier than the Sahara desert . It is ok for regular dinning but if you are looking for ambiance and a place for a younger crowd than this is not the place. I'll keep trying new places.
The service needs lots of improvement. Our server seems to not remember the order while he was taking it. Didn't check on us enough so we had to call other servers to assist us. Service was very, very slow. Food is just ordinary. My boyfriend had the burger & the patty is not as generous as expected. The salad dressing for my salad was quite salty that I requested they replace it. Then it just took forever to get the replacement that I ended up not eating it. My salmon that came as an add-on with my salad was bland - not seasoned. Will have to think about going back. I feel it's an awful value for our money. The place got a nicer look but the food is so much less to be desired.
This is a new add to Hyatt Regency near SFO airport. The receptionist seems to be a little bit cold. I would prefer they do a better job welcoming diners. The bar area is right next to dining tables, which can be crowded/loud at times. My first time experience is average. If you are looking for a convenient location within the hotel for a quick bite/drink, you are at the right place.
Super disappointed in this dining experience. For the amount of money spent there you would think it was a hot spot with EXCELLENT service. I experienced the exact opposite. We were greeted by a really friendly and customer service oriented hostess who immediately took us to our table and said that a server would be with us immediately. The server that was in our area walked by us 5-6 times and even looked at us 2 or 3 of those times. But NEVER stopped to say, " I will be right with you, or someone will be with you", she just looked and kept walking. This was a 9:45pm reservation, we saw more people come to sit down who were immediately being served by this waitress who continued to walk by us. Finally I turned around to flag down another server and that server either didn't hear me or wasn't acknowledging me BUT the 15 year old girl who was at the table she was helping let the server know to come and help us. I thanked her for the help but WHY does a 15 year old have to let an adult server (which is their job) know that a family of 3 is sitting there for 15 minutes without water, or even ONE server coming by to acknowledge us. Finally after 18 minutes of sitting there and the helpful 15 year old Erika came to the rescue. I would of left if we weren't trapped at the hotel and it was so late. The food was typical hotel food and the rest of the service was fine, but the 18 minutes from the minute we sat down to when we were finally helped left a bad taste in my mouth. Completely unacceptable of a restaurant at a Hyatt hotel.
The next morning I had met a childhood friend at a Denny's (which I NEVER go to) and had WAY better service there than this establishment and the bill was 5x's more at 3Sixty.
We had a wonderful waiter named Drew. He was friendly, and really went the distance to insure our gluten-free food requirements were handled with utmost care by alerting the manager and kitchen staff, and following up. He made our dining experience very pleasurable. The kitchen staff seemed to be very conscientious about our food prep and provided great substitutions to replace gluten items with non-gluten ones. We enjoyed our lunch very much. We'll probably return for that chocolate decadence cake that we were too stuffed to order this time around. (Smile)
Brunch was cancelled on the morning of the day of the reservation without explanation. Nice birthday present for my wife. And we paid $6 for parking for the 15 minutes it took us to find out. They left a message on the phone ... but I am not looking at my cell phone all the time. It would take a lot to get me back to Hyatt anything.
Nice, quiet setting for lunch in the atrium. My only complaint is that they need to do some cleaning. The cloth chairs need a good steam cleaning as it looks like they haven't been cleaned in quite some time. But nice place to go when you want a peaceful atmosphere and quiet enough that you can easily hold a conversation during your meal (something that is sorely lacking in so many restaurants). Good food and good service as well.
Brunch was our one exposure. Meet's my bang over buck test. Nice inside dome. It's a cross current of convention people staying at the hotel and locals with large parties. You can fit in, but make a reservation. Wait staff has been handling this crush for so long they seemed mechanical, but you shouldn't expect it to be an elite restaurant of downtown SF. That said, I will go back when I have guests.
The lunch menu here is diverse and contains many great ingredients, including a nice selection of meat, fish, fowl and salads. Each item is equally delicious. Wait service by Drew is very professional - nicely done. He is extremely knowledgeable about menu items and his suggestions were spot on.
We got there at 3, they couldn't find a suitable table and when they did a waiter came over and told us that it wa closed and they did not have more food and to leave. Felt unwelcome, never coming back , it almost ruined the Mohher day reunion . We end up going to Mancora Cebicheria in San Mateo and we are glad we did , excellent service, good food and less money .
We've come for Sunday brunch, which is good, but for Mother's Day they get it all just right! It seems as if every staff member is on the floor, smiling and very happy to help in any way!
A small example of great service: our daughter asked for rootbeer, but they carry Pepsi products. After ordering and receiving a lemonade for her, another staff member came up with a small bottle of rootbeer. I know, small thing, but for a picky eater, that meant a very pleasurable experience for her.
Starting from the chaos in the parking area & valet service in total disarray to asking where the restaurant & being told it was unavailable to waiting in line 20 minutes to check in when we already had reservations maybe it was my error to even try your restaurant. I must have hit the trays at the wrong time because the offerings for warm breakfast food were bare & the omelet station was probably a 20 min wait. There was plenty of meat at the carving station & sweets for an army but the salad bar was sparse. Worst of all, the price advertised online was $50pp, I was charged $70pp and had little choices for breakfast food.
There was a lot of variety on the buffet, but unfortunately much of the food was overcooked and not very appealing looking. When we first sat down, it smelled like bleach or detergent for some reason, so we had to move. The prime rib was decent, but the man slicing the beef seemed very stingy with it, and I had to ask for a second microscopic slice, twice. The waitstaff was attentive, but asked about filling my coffee cup dozens of times and I had to keep saying no. We were told that most of the people there were using a restaurant.com coupon, and I'm not surprised. It's overpriced for the quality, even with the coupon. We've had better meals at The Crown Plaza and will probably go there next time.
Visited on March 8th for brunch. There were six in our party. The staff is very welcoming and friendly and were very attentive to all of our needs. If this review was about staff and service alone - it would be a 5 star rating.
The food on the other hand leaves a lot to be desired. The seafood station had only mussels and boiled shrimp, which lacked freshness. Sushi rolls were quite basic and had little to do with fresh seafood. The smoked salmon and trout placed on the same table were good though. There was a cook to order omelette station which was good and the blueberry pancakes were tasty with homemade whipped cream. There was an asian station which had very unappetizing dim sum piled together into a single container, as well as a chicken and pork dishes, none of which looked good enough to eat.
Overall, the selection and quality of food reminded me more of something out of a 3 star all inclusive resort rather than a $50 hotel brunch.
There was one line.. for the cashier or hostess? Unclear. Then seemed the two women working were competing or not getting along as hostesses? Waiter was barely present but bus boy great.
Never told where or when to start, where plates were etc.
The layout of the brunch was not organized... want scrambled eggs? Have to get them made, next to the cold waffle station. But the pancakes, carvery, bacon etc on another station. We were there
at 10am .. and food was already cold ( Asian station). No bread or crackers by the cheese options nor anywhere else. Would not go back. Diner across the road from hotel couldn't be worse and probably no $40.00/plate price tag. ( Nice Jazz music though).
We met here for Christmas dinner. The food was fine for a buffey--great variety and abundance of most items but two things concerned us: we were seated a full 30-40 minutes after our reservation time, and they ran out of prime rib for about 30 minutes and nobody seemed to know what to do or when it would be replenished. I love this place and would not hesitate to go again but for this visit I was slightly disappointed.
The host that greeted us unfortunately went into panic mode when there she discovered that the other guest didn't leave at there estimated time for the next group. We waited for 45 minutes and later seated us at a last minute make sift table next to the kitchen entrance. Not exactly what I expected on a Christmas Day with my family. The servers were doing the best they could but now with the over load they couldn't handle the crowd. We have eaten Sunday brunches about once or twice a month, but this is a first for us.
This our favorite place to enjoy a delicious brunch in a wonderful setting indoors with trees, plants, and water fall. On Christmas day there was live entertainment from a talented jazz band! We saw Channel 7 morning news anchor, Kristen Sze, enjoying the brunch on Christmas day too!
I enjoyed the mimosas and the service--they kept filling up our glasses. The variety of food was great, overall the food was tasty. There were some loud kids running around without supervision. Its a bright place with a ceiling of glass. Its in the middle of the hotel, very pretty place. Would I go back? Maybe
I took my mom and uncle here for my uncle's birthday and they really enjoyed themselves. They loved the beauty of the atrium area and they really liked the jazz singer. The food was fantastic also. We definitely ate too much! It is a great place to take family and friends.
This is a hotel restaurant. Lovely setting in a large atrium. The food is more due to being in a hotel. My ceasar salad was fine. Server forgot to bring my companion's drink with the sandwich as he'd requested. We were "forgotten" by staff longer than should happen given the place was not packed. An adequate luncheon experience as we had to eat in the hotel that day.
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