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Maki

Map & Directions 1825 Post
San Francisco, CA 94115
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415-921-5215
  • Japanese, Sushi
  • Sun, Sat 11:30am-1:45pm, Sun 5pm-9pm, Tue-Sat 6pm-8:45pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, cash
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted
  • Garage, Street

Description

SF Weekly's Description

Tiny, elegant Japanese restaurant serves excellent sushi and sashimi, but specializes in steamed dishes, including a sublime chawan mushi appetizer (steamed egg custard with dashi stock) and wappa meshi dinners - vegetables, seafood, or meat steamed with rice in a wood basket. For dessert, try the ogura shiratama - chewy rice cakes with sweet red bean paste. Extensive list of imported sakes.

 
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  • William K. on 01/13/11

    Try the Inaniwa udon and ribeye.

  • Emil M. on 04/06/10

    The best restaraunt in the mall. The inaniwa & mini donburi combos are the best!

  • Ryan on 02/28/10

    Unless you want to wait in line for Sunday night dinner, come early (they open at 5:30). It's worth the wait even with a line.

  • Kelly on 02/22/13

    Inaniwa noodles are from Japan but the taste is nothing to write home about. Lunch will cost you $20 pp including tax without tip, but It's the most authentic in terms of noodle places in Japantown

  • Endra M. on 11/12/10

    One of the best tenjyu-don in town. Very authentic japanese resto!

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    The dining area at Maki is about the size of a studio apartment, if you exclude the three pseudo-outdoor tables (they're not in Maki proper, but still... More on Maki »

 
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