Centrally-located in the heart of San Francisco, Akiko’s is within walking distance from the Financial District, Union Square, Chinatown and SOMA. We are a family-owned and operated restaurant, and have been providing classic and unique Japanes... more
Ariake is a good sushi house that caters to a younger crowd out in the Avenues. Get some Edamame, Nama Kaki or Miso Soup to begin. The quality is good, so rest assured of trying whatever you like. Traditional favorites like Tuna, Salmon, soft shell c... more
A good little spot if you're out in the Richmond, catching a movie over at The Balboa. more
Nestled in the historic Russian Hill district, Elephant Sushi is a family owned sushi restaurant. more
Elephant Sushi is a family owned authentic sushi restaurant located in the heart of  San Francisco in the Russian Hill district. We provide a friendly, intimate and ambient atmosphere that is warm and inviting to all. It is the perfect romantic... more
We broke the mold of "traditional" Japanese cuisine, with an exciting and modern twist.   GINZA sources as much organic and sustainably grown product as possible. KANPAI (Happy) Hour I Mon - Fri I 4pm - 6pm more
One of the better sushi houses in the city.  We serve only with the freshest ingredients available and use local, organic produce.  more
Poke bowls and sushi burritoes.   Healthy and delicious.   :-) more
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Two of San Francisco's finest bartenders - John Giuffre and Colin O'Malley- bring their names and expertise to this SoMA bar. Exposed brick walls, sky lights and lush tropical interior make for a classy after-work bar and nightlife destination Friday... more
JU-NI MEANS "TWELVE" IN JAPANESE Each night we combine technique, tradition, and evolution to transform 12 seats into memorable omakase experiences.  Our sushi bar is designed so that every 4 guests get a personal chef to meticulously craft an... more
Lease problems forced Kabuto to close their doors and relocate in April 2003, and though only scheduled to close for a couple of weeks, four months passed before they opened again. In San Francisco, where one can hardly walk two blocks without encoun... more
At the Cole Valley location, the sleek wood-panelled decor and fresh sushi give Kamekyo's an authentic flavor. If you're shopping on Haight Street and want a little break from the bustle, head up to Cole Valley for some delicious Japanese food. more
Kinjo is the culmination of our unwavering focus to the purity of the fish, and the expression of our devotion to traditional Japanese techniques. more
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Maruya offers an authentic Japanese dining experience hidden in San Francisco's Mission District.  There are  three different omakase to choose from: Chef's Omakase, Sushi Omakase and Otsukuri Omakase.  Each omakase is also presented w... more
In 2006, Mitsuru “Mits” Akashi got help he needed to realize a dream of Nihon-centric Cuisine with finely crafted cocktails. Mits often expounds about the wafu of Moshi Moshi and what it means to offer his heart to the patrons. Wafu is no... more
In Japanese, “omakase” means “chef’s choice” and Chef Jackson Yu prides himself on making the dining experience remarkable and memorable for each guest. Whether he’s grating fresh wasabi root, slicing sashimi, or g... more
Otoro Sushi is a hidden gem in the Hayes Valley. Our sushi experts will go to great lengths to bring you the freshest ingredients to offer San Francisco Bay Area patrons Japan"s best traditional sushi and tapas. Otoro Sushi is perfect for small group... more
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Nothing says “I’m so into you,” like a perfect omakase dinner served on artisan clay plates. Robin, the new Hayes Valley sushi temple by chef Adam Tortosa, is the perfect spot to savor pristine, elevated nigiri and sashimi. (Bonus p... more
Sakesan Sushi and Bistro serves delicious sushi and robata yaki.  Our mission is to give you a totally unique dining and entertainment experience.​ Sakesan features an extensive sake list and happy hour is daily 4pm - 6pm and late night S... more
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A great little Japanese restaurant in Tendernob, conveniently located near the Red Room if you want to go drinking before or after dinner.  Good fresh fish at the sushi bar and cold Japanese beer to go with it. Monday - Friday:   LUNCH 11... more
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Sanraku Metreon is tucked into Yerba Buena Gardens, located inside the Metreon in SOMA, just a short walk from several of SF's best museums, the Moscone Center, Imax and other movies. We serve only the freshest fish, with a great selection of traditi... more
Recognized for its outstanding Sushi cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff.   The prices are decent and it's a great option for takeout.    Is this the only sushi bar in San Francisco where you can eat, drink and watch hilario... more
In the heart of North Beach area, near Beach Blanket Babylon... All our items are hand-made and fresh to order. Our house signature dishes include chicken karaage, specialty rolls, and our fantastic gyoza. We offer hundreds of sushi and sashimi item... more
A quality, reasonably priced Japanese and Sushi restaurant in the Excelsior District. more
Good value and quality for sushi, rice dishes and noodles. more
Unbeknownst to most who’ve patronized Tanuki and for the young guns who’ve never been, Tanuki has been around for the past 44years (1974)!   At the time it was also the 4th Japanese restaurant serving the City! The first, if you have... more
We are an owner-run sushi restaurant focused on unique, sustainable, fresh fish.  Our fish are all filleted in-house; even the eel. Japanese fish are always part of our specials and the online menu is updated daily. more
An active sushi bar that attracts lots of young people from around the neighborhood. The sushi's not the best, but the price makes up the difference. more
An active sushi bar that attracts lots of young people from around the neighborhood. The sushi's not the best, but the price makes up the difference. more
Good sushi at decent prices.  You See Sushi since 1991. more