Knowing that I had to drop by Fisherman's Wharf, I chose to have lunch at Scoma’s the next day.
And once there for the very first time, I was taken aback by the dishes prepared for me. When they say
they are known for their amazing crab cakes, I have to tell you that it's true. From crab cakes, to
clam chowder, to salmon, to more crab, there was not a dish that was put in front of me that didn’t
have me salivating and wanting more. And who would have thought that Zinfandel sorbet would taste so
rich and sweet? The perfect ending to a perfect meal.
Just an idea of the amount of food a 350-seat restaurant like Scoma’s goes through in a day:
500 pounds of crab
100 pounds of prawn
100 pounds of calamari
Not only does the restaurant serve wonderful food, but it also follows the motto Reduce, Reuse,
Recycle. Scoma’s has earned many awards for its efforts in protecting the environment. So
do your taste buds a favor, and add "Eat at Scoma's" to your bucket list!