Offering EuroJapanese cuisine, ANZU’s distinctive menu is sure to impress, whether you are in the mood for a one-of-a-kind dining experience or a lavish Sunday brunch.The comfortable cocktail bar serves your favorite libations and is known for its signature Sake martinis.
Admittedly, Anzu might not provide the most intimate setting for a date (our table for two, for example, was too broad to allow for hand holding), but the restaurant's corporate ambiance makes it a perfect spot for entertaining clients, and its diverse menu selection is sure to cater to each and every one of your guests' culinary leanings. Anzu's other claim to fame is its weekly Jazz Sunday Brunch (KKSF broadcasts live from the hotel every Sunday). Featuring a buffet filled with American and Japanese favorites, not to mention all you can drink mimosas, it's guaranteed to please out of town family members and guests ($38 per person). - Excerpt from Anzu, Eastern refinement meets the Western appetite by Berin Golonu
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