Food trends come and go. So how can you tell which tastes are trending right now?

We used Yelp and SafeGraph, a dataset of commercial attractions and visitor patterns, to data-drive the question to determine which restaurants saw significant increases in attention this month.

To find out who made the list, we first looked at the San Francisco businesses by category on Yelp and counted how many reviews they received. Instead of just comparing them based on the number of reviews, we calculated a percentage increase in reviews over the past month and tracked companies that have continuously increased their review volume to identify statistically significant outliers compared to past performance. We then analyzed SafeGraph’s pedestrian traffic data to validate the trends.

Read on to see which spots are hot right now.

One65 Bistro & Grill

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Opened in May, this French spot is trending compared to other companies listed as “bars” on Yelp.

Across the city, bars saw new ratings rise an average of 0.8% last month, while One65 Bistro & Grill saw a 12% increase and consistently maintained a healthy 4.5-star rating.

One65 Bistro & Grill is a component of James Beard Award-winning chef Claude Le Tohic, the Four-Restaurant One65 Complex that Eater San Francisco has described as the “multi-story bastion for French food in Union Square.”

Located on the third floor of the building at 165 O’Farrell Street, One65 Bistro & Grill offers French-inspired dishes as well as a full bar serving beers, cocktails and wines from France and California. It also offers afternoon tea with appetizers, sweets, and optional champagne and caviar.

The One65 Bistro & Grill is open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for lunch and high tea and Monday to Saturday from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for dinner. (It is closed for dinner on Sundays.)

Palette tea house

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Whether or not you heard about Palett Tea House in Ghirardelli Square, the popular Cantonese restaurant is a hot topic according to Yelp review data.

While companies rated “Seafood” on Yelp saw their new reviews rise an average of 0.7% over the last month, Palette Tea House saw new reviews rise 4.6% and kept a strong one over that period Four star rating at.

Interested so far? For more information on the business, visit the Yelp page: “Palette Tea House specializes in dim sum, seafood and cocktails. As a modern Chinese or ‘New Chinese’ restaurant, Palette combines ingredients from around the world, local produce and innovative culinary delights Techniques serve you a fresh twist on authentic Cantonese cuisine. “

There are even more trends in the San Francisco fish scene: Anglers saw ratings rise 3.9%.

The Palette Tea House was opened in March 2019 by the family behind the Bay Area chain Koi Palace and serves an extensive selection of dim sum, starters and starters, including fresh fish dishes such as dungeness crabs in garlic butter, crispy chilli shrimp, grilled oysters and seafood noodles. It is located on Ghirardelli Square at 900 N. Point St., Suite B-201A.

The Palette Tea House is open on weekdays from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and on weekends from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for lunch and from Sunday to Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and from 5:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Open for dinner at 30.00. Friday and Saturday 9 p.m.

1608 bistro

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The 1608 Bistro des Western Addition is the liveliest breakfast and brunch spot in town by numbers.

The popular Filipino daytime eatery, which opened at 1608 Bush Street (Franklin Street) in Spring 2018, increased its number of new reviews by 6.8% over the past month, an outlier compared to the mean number of new reviews of 0.9% . for the Yelp Breakfast & Brunch category. It topped the previous month by getting 2.1 times more reviews than expected based on past performance.

The 1608 Bistro offers a changing selection of breakfast and brunch favorites with a Filipino flair. Expect sweet morning dishes like pandan pancakes with coconut cream and french toast with yew bread, as well as savory options like omelets with spam, pork belly congee, and fried egg and cauliflower garlic rice sous vide rib eye.

Bistro 1608 is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (It’s closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.)

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