San Francisco, CA 94123
- Sun, Tue-Wed 5:30pm-12am, Thu-Sat 5:30pm-2am
- All Major Credit Cards
- Takeout, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible
- Dinner, Late Night
- Full bar
SF Weekly's Description
This retro-cool spot is all exposed brick, laminated burl, Japanese screens, and intimate lighting; the potstickers, sushi, and sashimi live up to the setting. Crosscultural delicacies like edamame hummus, hamachi ceviche, ahi tacos, and seasonal tempura are decent as well. A lively lounge serves house cocktails like the Bubbling Buddha and the Jinja Judan - especially tasty during Sumo Hour.
Tips from foursquare
Can’t say enough about this place; delicious food in a little San Fran neighborhood setting. - Nikki
Rock Shrimp Tempura, White Tuna Tataki, Lime Cured Halibut, Suppai, Toro, Sake, Inada. That is all. Best in SF. Period.
Come before 7p for half of bottles of wine.
Located in the Marina district, this spot offers Sumo Hour, which gives diners half off appetizers and half off bottles of wine Tuesday-Sunday from 5:30pm-7pm. Try the edamame hummus for just $4.
The best Asian fusion happy hour in the city, try the kobe sliders. Large curved booths good for group dinners.
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