Bistro Kosuke to Open Restaurant, Mijoté, in Mission District

Chef Kosuke Tada’s French pop-up is going brick-and-mortar.
Bistro Kosuke to Open Restaurant, Mijoté, in Mission District
Photo: Instagram / @kosukecuisinier
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New to the Mission District next month will be Mijoté, a bistro focusing on French cuisine and natural wines. Mijoté is a permanent extension of Bistro Kosuke, which has popped up in Oakland’s Ordinaire natural wine bar for the last five years. 

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The new restaurant is owned by chef Kosuke Tada and Grace Mitchell Tada. In an announcement last week, the husband and wife team revealed that Mijoté will be taking over the former Sasaki space at 2400 Harrison St. in the Mission. 

In conversation with San Francisco Chronicle, the Tadas say that they will debut with a set four-course dinner menu five days a week. Costing around $82 dollars, it will change based on the season and will showcase simple dishes with out-of-the-box flavor combinations. 

Guests can expect similar dishes to what was served at Bistro Kosuke, such as chicken with lobster sauce and grilled pear, Mangalista pork with roasted eggplant and fig, and celery root ice cream with frozen mandarins and goat milk foam. 

Tada went to culinary school in Osaka and later moved to France where he gained experience working in upscale Paris restaurants, such as Le 6 Paul Bert. That said, he intends to make Mijoté much more approachable, telling the Chron that it will fall between a casual bistro and a fine dining experience. Follow @mijote_sf on Instagram for updates. 

Bistro Kosuke to Open Restaurant, Mijoté, in Mission District
Photo: Instagram / @kosukecuisinier

Nadine Blanco

Nadine (she/her) writes for What Now San Francisco and What Now Phoenix with a background in online content creation, plus book and magazine publishing. In her free time, Nadine can be found at a bookstore, the beach, or a Padres game. Currently craving: a strong cup or coffee or a bowl of spicy ramen.
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