614 Pine St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410837.791711 -122.405948
Monday 5:00 PM - 9:45 PM
Tuesday 5:00 PM - 9:45 PM
Wednesday 5:00 PM - 9:45 PM
Thursday 5:00 PM - 9:45 PM
Friday 5:00 PM - 9:45 PM
Saturday 5:00 PM - 9:45 PM
Sunday 5:00 PM - 9:45 PM
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Chinatown
Quick, hot, yummy delivery of Japanese food-and open later! – I have only had delivery from here and it comes QUICKLY, HOT and YUM. They are nice and friendly when I call-so maybe the English isn't perfect but my Japanese ***ks! I would like to have a menu that I don't have to go on the web to get with their beautiful graphics-takes too long on my computer. I wish they used all white meat chicken or would give you that option (they don't) for their Chicken Donburi and also I would love to have Chicken Tempura....other than that-YUM YUM YUM!!!! I only eat baby sushi (nothing raw) but for those of you that love "real" sushi-you know-raw fish-it's probably AWESOME!!!!
Good Sushi, nice staff, big plasma TV behind the bar – I sat at the Sushi bar and enjoyed a Una Ten roll and a 49'er roll. Both of which were good. I also liked the fact that they gave me hot tea and miso without asking for it. At the end of my dinner they also gave me some green tea ice cream and a nice hot towel. Over all the experience was pleasant but the sushi was good but average.
Hip sushi joint overlooking the lively streets of Chinatown offers inventive rolls and other Japanese specials. – In Short
Ochre colored walls and funky mini orb lights dangling above the sushi bar accent this spacious second-floor dining room. Tourists and locals make the climb for modern sushi inventions. The mango spider roll, with soft shell crab, avocado and cucumber draped in glistening slabs of fresh mango and the Grace Roll with spicy hamachi and tempura asparagus wrapped in healthy soy paper are perennial favorites. Young, friendly servers complete the approachable, upbeat vibe.
keeps on rock and rollin' – The 2nd edition of this sushi joint is off the hook, once again. I've spent many a night at sushi rock on polk drink large sapporos and knocking down their great rolls, especially since they are one of the few sushi restaurants open late. Sushi rock on pine was top notch again, with great food and service.
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