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Cuter, more intimate, and generally more food-focused than the majority of the Castro's sushi restaurants (many of which prize stereo volume and a convivial atmosphere over fish quality), Eiji pulls in a type of sushi-hound uninterested in teriyaki-soaked poultry. Apart from the sushi and sashimi selections, the oboru tofu is excellent, along with most Japanese dishes on the specials board.
We've come to the time of reckoning when we must atone for our sins of holiday over-indulgence. Seeking an antidote to the culinary three-ring circus of December, I headed to Eiji, a tiny Japanese restaurant on the edge of the Castro known for... More »
How do you nail down a list of favorite dishes? Here's the short answer: By spending the better part of a year eating around. For SF Weekly's second annual list of must-eats — named SFoodie's 92 after our food blog, SFoodie, where these first... More »
If you have ever wondered while flying in an airplane what it would be like to take a bite out of a cloud, then you have to try Eiji's home-made tofu. It is unlike anything you have ever tasted, super-light texture and delicious seasonings to add to your particular taste. The sushi is great too, some of the best uni I have had, truly a hidden treasure in the Castro.
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