San Francisco, CA 94132
SF Weekly's Description
Kasumi is an unpretentious, brightly lit neighborhood restaurant that specializes in ramen during the day and grilled yakitori at night. The tonkotsu ramen, with its pork-bone broth and skinny noodles, is fine, though not worth a pilgrimage. The dinner menu is made up of a mix of Japanese-restaurant staples (ohitashi, gyoza), grilled skewers (the bacon-wrapped asparagus, grilled Kobe-style beef, and chicken meatballs are highlights), more adventurous East-West compositions, and a lovely, subtle chazuke: broth poured over a mound of rice topped with salmon roe, salmon, and seaweed.
Tips from foursquare
Here's your sport for Asian food on a stick (ex: bacon-wrapped cherry tomatoes), 16 types of sake, and hard-to-find beers like Orion and Suntory.
No more lunch available here, only open for dinner. Soon there will also be no more dinner too
Ramen for lunch and yakitori for dinner.
It's now closed and became Shabu House.
Don't order sushi here.
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