Restaurant Review: Bertrand at Mister A's With Views to Kill

Inside look at Bertrand at Mister A's

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Nighttime is the right time to dine at some of San Diego’s known and established fine-dining restaurants where the food is impeccable, service is professional, and the ambiance is gracious and charming. From champagne and caviar to farm-to-table cuisine, if nothing less than a first-rate dining experience will do, Bertrand at Mister A's  will prove suitable for even the most discerning of palates.

Located on the 12th floor of the 5th Avenue Financial Center building, experience modern American food with French and Mediterranean influences at this stunning penthouse restaurant just minutes from downtown. The dining room is light and bright with floor-to-ceiling windows boasting panoramic views of San Diego Bay, Balboa Park, Coronado, Point Loma, and even the world-famous San Diego Zoo. I love to dine al fresco on the heated outdoor patio. Offering a seasonal and revolving menu, Chef de Cuisine Stéphane Voitzwinkler sources all of his produce from Chino Farms in Rancho Santa Fe and varies his seafood use based on what is available from local purveyors. While French ingredients and techniques dominate, Voitzwinkler’s German influence makes itself evident in his dish of Maine Lobster “Strudel” with Cognac Lobster Sauce and Forest Mushrooms. Light and simple preparations that offer a refined elegance include the Traditional Style Escargot, Soft-Shell Crab or Sautéed Maine Scallops.

Located on 2550 5th Ave #406, San Diego - Reservations call (619) 239-1377