Founded by Mark Pastore and his wife, Nonna, after an inspiring trip to Florence, Incanto serves handcrafted Italian cuisine in San Francisco's Noe Valley. Pieces of colorful artwork, including enlarged photographs of plants, stand out amidst the textured walls, wood tables, and white arches. The every-changing menu includes fresh, high-quality ingredients from local farms and ranches, and each meal begins with complimentary sparkling water that's chilled and carbonated on-site. Previous dishes have included handkerchief pasta and rustic pork ragù with duck fat-roasted cauliflower, chili, capers, and mint. Incanto also offers more than 30 wines by the glass, 95% of which are from Italy and include lesser known regions such as Puglia, Valle d'Aosta, and Sardinia. Each glass is served with a small tag that includes its name, producer, and vintage.
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From Food & Wine , APR 2011
Cosentino has been cooking kidneys, tripe and heart since he started at Incanto eight years ago. While his style of...MORE
From Food & Wine , FEB 2009
One of the best, most intriguing meals I’ve ever had. I adored the chicken risotto with...MORE
From Food & Wine , AUG 2008
Chris Cosentino doesn’t look like a traditionalist. But the chef at San Francisco’s Incanto wants people to think about meat in a preindustrial way, to value the organs and marrow bones as much as the steaks and chops...MORE
From Food & Wine , JUL 2011
Chris Cosentino of San Francisco's Incanto practices ikebana, the ancient Japanese art of flower arranging. 'I do...MORE
From Food & Wine , APR 2003
The most ambitious Italian wine list in the city complements a menu of simple Italian dishes that emphasize pristine ingredients....MORE
From Food & Wine , SEP 2011
Cosentino recently fulfilled a childhood dream by writing his own Marvel comic. He appears in it as an offal-centric chef who helps Wolverine hunt down a mutant who...MORE
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