Glas Kat Supper Club

OK, it's almost over: For my entree, I chose the "disco" duck -- two huge breasts, supposedly seared, served with a syrupy pineapple-plum sauce you'd expect from a $3.95 buffet in Reno. Still, the meat was decent, as opposed to Chloe's tough, dry, flavorless "bondage" quails set in a "bird's nest" that reverted to the ingredients it was created from (grease, grainy potato) the second it hit the tongue.

That was enough. When given the choice of green tea ice cream or vanilla ice cream for dessert, we chose to leave, making it as far as Bizou down the street. Everything smelled good there, and, after indulging in a marvelously piquant berry pudding and a smooth, creamy lemon verbena (a South American herb known for its intense lemonlike flavor) pot de crème, we returned to the dimension where things have balance and subtlety and kitchens are capable of all sorts of magical feats. I've only eaten dinner at Bizou once, but from what I remember the place is good, and I hope to return someday.

Location Info


The Glas Kat Supper Club

520 Fourth St.
San Francisco, CA 94107

Category: Music Venues

Region: South of Market


957-9318. Open for lunch Tuesday through Friday 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; for dinner Tuesday through Thursday 6 to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday until 11 p.m.

Reservations accepted. Wheelchair accessible. Parking: moderate to difficult. Muni: 30, 45. Noise level: moderate.

Large nigori unfiltered sake $5.50
Seafood cigar $7.25
Stuffed chicken wings $6.95
Caesar salad $5.95
Sashimi combination $14.75
"Bondage" quails $13.95
"Disco" duck $15.95

520 Fourth St. (at Bryant)

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As for our first contestant: A club is a club, but if these guys are still serving food in two years, I swear I will eat a cat.

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