Campton Place Restaurant celebrates One Michelin Star and it’s ninth consecutive year as a Michelin-Starred Restaurant. Executive Chef Srijith Gopinathan creates an elevated dining experience while focusing on traditional Indian recipes using California’s freshest produce.
SAN FRANCISCO (November 29, 2018) – San Francisco’s Campton Place Restaurant has again been awarded one Michelin Star as Chef Srijith (Sri) Gopinathan continues to evolve his signature Cal-Indian cuisine, blending California’s hyper-fresh produce with the complexity of Indian spices. This award marks Campton Place Restaurant’s ninth consecutive year as a Michelin-starred restaurant, firmly establishing Chef Sri’s status among the culinary elite.
Chef Sri has continued to refine his signature Cal-Indian cuisine, artfully fusing California produce and cooking techniques with the regional inspiration, aromatics and traditional spice blends of India. Chef Sri’s signature Spice Route tasting menu, available at the daily dinner service, offers a captivating journey through Eastern and Western flavors and showcases highly-finessed techniques and unexpected flavor combinations.
Inspired equally by his California surroundings and South Indian upbringing, Chef Sri’s constantly evolving menu and experimental approach has led to the creation of signature dishes, including Campton Place’s Spice Pot and Maine Lobster with sago, green mango, nasturtium and coconut. New fall menu items include Alba white truffle naan with truffle vanilla ice cream andGuinea Hen two ways, roasted with warm tomato Tokku, Kohlrabi and lime yogurt and slow cooked with root vegetables and Kallappam.
Offering exceptional service, an incredible wine list, and an iconic Union Square location within Taj Campton Place, Campton Place Restaurant is located at 340 Stockton Street in San Francisco, serving breakfast and dinner daily. For more information or reservations, visit tajcamptonplace.com/dining or call (415) 781-5555.