image description February 27, 2017

One of the Most Unique Dining Experiences in the World

San Francisco, California, USA
One of the Most Unique Dining Experiences in the World

San Francisco’s In Situ

By Bob & Sue

By offering the signature recipes of many of the world’s greatest chefs, Michelin 3-star chef Corey Lee of Benu and his executive chef Brandon Rodgers have made In Situ, located in the renovated Museum of Modern Art, one of the most unique dining experiences in the world. The courses were a progression of pleasant surprises with deeply
satisfying flavors. We tried 9 of the 13 innovative courses currently on the menu:


Tim Raue
Wasabi Lobster with mango jelly, Thai vinaigrette, wasabi marshmallow (Tim Raue, Restaurant Tim Raue, Berlin, Germany, 2013)


Anthony Myint
Apocalypse Burger, crispy charcoal cracker with cheese, caper aioli and lettuce (Anthony Myint, Mission Street Food, San Francisco, 2016)


Hiroshi Sasaki

Glazed Chicken Thigh,onsen egg, lettuce, sansho, teriyaki (Hiroshi Sasaki, Gion Sasaki, Kyoto, Japan, 2015)


Virgilio Martinez

Octopus and the Coral, braised octopus and seaweed (Virgilio Martinez, Central, Lima, Peru, 2014)


Tanya Holland

Creole BBQ Shrimp and Grits (Tanya Holland, Brown Sugar Kitchen, Oakland, California, 2008)


Roy Choi_Kalbi Jjim

Kalbi Jjim, braised beef short rib stew (Roy Choi, L.A. Son, Los Angeles, California, 2013)


Massimo Bottura

Oops! I Dropped the Lemon Tart (Massimo Bottura, Osteria Francescana, Modena, Italy, 2012)


Albert Adrià

Jasper Hill Farm Cheesecake, hazelnut, white chocolate, cookie (Albert Adrià, Tickets, Barcelona, Spain, 2015)

Andoni Luis Aduriz

Interpretation of Vanity, moist chocolate cake, cold almond cream, bubbles and cocoa (Andoni Luis Aduriz, Mugaritz, Errenteria, Spain, 2007)


All photographs by Eric Wolfinger.



151 3rd St
San Francisco, CA 94103




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