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Sushi in San Francisco / Bay Area

  • Yoshi's San Francisco
    1330 Fillmore | Japantown/Pacific Heights

    This ain't the old Fillmore jazz scene - where once small, smoky joints like Bop City reigned among the mid-century locals-in-the-know. This Yoshi's venue is upscale to the max. The longtime... More on Yoshi's San Francisco »

  • Kabuto A&S
    5121 Geary | Richmond (Inner)

    One of the best sushi restaurants in San Francisco, this small, bright, clean, modern place offers, in addition to an enormous menu of superlative raw fish, a dazzling array of hot and cold dishes... More on Kabuto A&S »

  • Shimo
    2339 Clement | Richmond (Outer)

    One of the friendliest sushi spots in town serves up wonderfully succulent yellowtail, salmon, and eel at bargain prices. Sit at the counter and enjoy some of the imaginative daily special rolls... More on Shimo »

  • Moki's Sushi and Pacific Grill
    615 Cortland | Mission/ Bernal Heights

    Spectacular sashimi complements a large selection of specialty maki, including the Salmon Reunion Roll (salmon skin, salmon, salmon roe) and the Ecstasy Roll (ahi, albacore, avocado, tobiko,... More on Moki's Sushi and Pacific Grill »

  • Maki
    1825 Post | Japantown/Pacific Heights

    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... More on Maki »

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  • Kyo-Ya
    Palace Hotel, 2 New Montgomery | Union Square/ Financial District

    Exquisite Japanese fare - including top-notch sushi, a monthly changing multicourse kaiseki dinner, and sophisticated, unusual hot and cold dishes - is the draw in this rather underdecorated... More on Kyo-Ya »

  • Ino Sushi
    22 Peace Plaza | Japantown/Pacific Heights

    This tiny, sleek sushi bar, which seats about 10 at its blond wood counter and the same number at a row of little tables, specializes in classic nigiri made from impeccably fresh fish. You... More on Ino Sushi »

  • Takara
    22 Peace Plaza | Japantown/Pacific Heights

    This friendly Japantown venue showcases Japanese cuisine above and beyond the standard sushi and tempura. Among the stars: rich, succulent salt-broiled mackerel; an iron pot of creamy rice and... More on Takara »

  • Delica Rf-1
    1 Ferry Building, Ste. 45 | Embarcadero

    The specialty of this clean-lined Japanese delicatessen, all chrome and glass, is sozai, a Japanese concept of meals of many small dishes. Choose from among salads, noodle dishes, and fried items... More on Delica Rf-1 »

  • Ritz-Carlton Hotel
    600 Stockton | North Beach/ Chinatown

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