Six stories, four restaurants and one visionary add up to San Francisco’s new culinary hotspot. is the brainchild of James Beard-award-winning chef Claude Le Tohic, and he has opened the fourth and final concept, O’ by Claude Le Tohic.
The four-level dining emporium showcase four different aspects of French culinary tradition. There is street-level ONE65 Patisserie, ONE65 Bistro & Grill on the third floor, Elements Bar & Lounge on the fourth and now O’ by Claude Le Tohic on the fifth and sixth level.
To experience the full works, go for O’ by Claude Le Tohic’s 10-course tasting menu at US$250 per person, as well as a 10-course vegetarian menu. Two special wine pairings have been composed by wine director Vincent Morrow to complement the menus. With a nod to traditional French fine dining, the experience includes tableside preparations, as well as cheese and dessert carts featuring artisan French and local cheeses and mignardises.