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Kiss Seafood

Map & Directions 1700 Laguna
San Francisco, CA 94115
  • Japanese, Sushi
  • Tue-Sat 5:30pm-9:30pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, American Express
  • Delivery, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted, Highly Recommended
  • Street


SF Weekly's Description

This tiny, plain-spoken spot, hidden off Japan's main restaurant strip, has a five-seat sushi counter and three small tables. A reservation is probably a good idea, especially if you want to sit at Takao Nakagawa's sushi bar and watch him work. Nakagawa's sushi is well-regarded, but his cooked plates are superior — sardine noodle soups, steamed custard with mushrooms, fried shrimp and tofu balls in sweet soy-dashi broth. The best way to go is to order a couple of glasses off the intriguing sake list and then one of the omakase (chef's choice) menus, each featuring 5 or 6 plates, including sashimi and sushi.

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  • Holger L. on 12/24/10

    Not cheap, but probably the best traditional sushi in SF. Super friendly Japanese proprietors. Go with the Omakase and order a glass of fantastic Esshu sake! You will have a great night out!

  • Holger L. on 10/13/12

    $50 for the regular omakase, $68 for the "special" omakase. Can't beat that in terms of quality and value in SF.

  • Elaine L. on 08/17/11

    The Omakase would not let you down, and the cozy atmosphere makes you feel like a VIP. Definitely worth every penny but reserve ahead of time.

  • Brian on 01/23/12

    7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the omakase menu is delicious. Yum!

  • Cameo W. on 03/31/09

    Sit down, order the the omikase menu. Be happy and enjoy the most delicious sushi you may ever have.

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