O Chamé Berkeley Reviews
Japaneese- french fusion - unique combination Aug 11, 2012
Consistently rated as one of the Bay area's top 100 restaurants. The restaurant was opened in 1990 on what was then a very quiet Fourth street. Diners can have soba at lunch or dinner, topped with tofu skins, smoked trout, duck breast, local sardines or pork shoulder, for example. The three main courses at dinner include Waguu bavette steak with red chard, edamame and hedgehog mushrooms. The restaurant exudes a serene, personal feel, with stucco walls etched with art and a willowy flower arrangement at the entrance. Specialities: Soba or udon noodles, seared tuna sashimi with braised leeks: mushrooms and green onion pancakes, pork ribs with ginger and lemon, sherry custard.There are 50 seats inside and around 20 seats outside. Free parking lot. Credit cards accepted. Reservations accepted for dinner only.
salad greens - 7,50$
chicken soba - 13,50$
braised ribs - 8,50$
sherry gustard - 6$
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