Hitachino SF is a kappo-style spot, delivering a fully-balanced Japanese meal using the five primary cooking techniques (grilling, steaming, frying, simmering, and raw preparations), plus beer, sake, and wine. Old sake presses and other Japanese-influenced decor outfit the sleek, cool restaurant.
Since its opening in February, Hitachino Beer and Wagyu has been permanently busy, lining up hungry citizens at its door. The $78 tasting menu is a hit, and with the recently added a la carte menu, trying that delicate beef has been nearly impossible. With Burning Man on your side—run, don’t walk, to the miniature spot and dig into the wagyu donburi and tataki. - https://www.sfstation.com/2017/08/18/7-san-francisco-restaurants-to-finally-try-while-everyones-at-burning-man/
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