3174 16th St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9411037.764900 -122.423600
Neighborhoods: Mission Dolores, Mission Dolores (Hub, Mid-Market), Central
You gotta go to Tokyo Go Go! – I recently had a great experience at Tokyo GoGo! My boyfriend and I arrived Friday for a late dinner and were greeted by the hostess who was very nice to us. She led us to the upstairs area to have a drink while we waited for a table. I only had two sips of wine, when to my delight our table was ready! We enjoyed Sashimi and specialty rolls like "Off the Wall"...shrimp tempura draped with spicy tuna and avocado..yum yum:) After a few bottles of sake...we were good to GO GO;)
and P.S to the person's review above...Learn how to spell first before submitting a review...secondly, No, not a member of the staff... just a happy customer who unlike you likes to drink, eat sushi and have a good time.....CHEERS GRUMPY!!!!
Love this place! – Amazing sushi with unique flavors and ths sake flows freely. The atmosphere is upbeat and cozy. I highly recommend sampling as many different sushi options as possible. Although it is great for a sit down dinner, my favorite is to saddle up to the bar with a small group and eat and drink to your heart's content. Watch out though. The sake sneaks up on you for sure.
Great Overall – Every time we come to this restaurant we have a great time. The food is awesome and service is great. I would recommend this place to everyone.
CREATIVE SUSHI FUN CROWD – I had a great time as a first time diner at Tokyo. I got there around 6:00 on wed night for an early dinner and was pleasantly surprised by the happy hour handrolls which rang in at $3 each and about the same for sake and beer. After a handroll and some sake my friend and I tried the kobe beef skewers since I'd heard about how tender it is and it was like melt in your mouth tender and soooo good!!After that a plethora of rolls standouts were Azteca and Golden gate. Good music, hip,young crowd and friendly staff.
Excellent! – Great high quality food! There is something here for everyone, yes even for those who don't like raw fish. There were a variety of cooked small plates that were delicious and made a good complement to the sushi. This is a fun place to go on a date or with friends! Sit in front of John at the sushi bar.
New Chef in Town- creative & delicious – I have eaten here a few times before, but recently the menu changed due to a new executive chef. The menu is filled with tons of new great small plates. I especially liked the tuna escabeche and tokyo gratin shrimp special. The best new additions are the speciality sashimis, truffled hirame and hirmasa topped with avocado and jalepeno -yum!
The quality of the food as always is high end, I really enjoyed the creative small plates that I have not seen at other resturants. I reccomend trying them all!! If you haven't been, it is a must try in SF!
Good fish, good service – I had 3 of the special sashimi: seared hamachi, truffle-flavored hirami, and Chinese-style striped bass. All were delicious, with the gingery bass being my favorite. The goma ae had both spinach and asparagus and was beautifully presented. The waitstaff were friendly and helpful -- I wanted to get out quickly to go to a meeting, and they made it happen. There was a small mistake on the bill (charges $12/each for the sashimi instead of the combo price of 3 for $31), and it was fixed quickly and without fuss.
what happened to Tokyo GO GO – new menu, new people, new owner?? hostess with attitude fogot to seat us. i used to love this place but not for us anymore..
This place has many creative sushi, many of them are vegetarians, and they are very tasty even for a meat lover like me. The menu doesn't offer much besides sushi, so don't expect to eat udon or noodles there. Sit at the sushi bar and buy the sushi chef a sake (I don't work here), they will fix you up with some good stuff.
ummm...Unagi – There is always a wait (they only take reservations for parties of 4 or more) which is fine because you can relax at the bar or walk across the street to Dalva (a gem). The fish is quite fresh and tasty and while the price could be less, we do live in SF. So its comparable to other sushi places. But what makes it great, in addition to the food, is the scene and atmosphere. It doesn't have pretense of Ace or Blowfish. Its definitely my favorite sushi place in the city.
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