Jocelyn Bulow’s rise to restaurant stardom has been rapid. A native of Nice, France, he graduated from a culinary school in France and started his career as a maitre’d at La Couple in Paris. Jocelyn has traveled far in his career from Paris to New York and finally the past 5 years on the San Francisco culinary scene. He is a partner in Plouf (French Seafood Bistro at 40 Belden Place, SF) which has been one of the top 100 restaurants in the Bay Area for 7 years in a row and is a partner in Chez Papa (Provencal Cuisine at 1401 18th St, SF) which recently received 3 stars from Michael Bauer, a leading S.F. food critic.
Jocelyn and his associates will be opening a new restaurant, sold to him by Restaurant Realty, at 288 Connecticut St, in the Potrero Hill District. The restaurant, called Mosaic will be opened for lunch and dinner and it will serve upgraded tapas featuring south of Spain and North African cuisine. Some of the menu items include
1) banderillas – white anchovy, green olives,
2) manchego cheese with preserved quince and marinated beets,
3) scallops ceviche with citrus and arbor chile,
4) salted cod with apples, raisins, almonds and pinenuts and
5) pumpkin couscous with seven vegetables.
We wish Jocelyn and his staff much continued success.