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sushi in SF for out-of-towners

ShanDeez | Jul 27, 2011 02:49 PM

My boyfriend and I are coming to San Francisco (from NYC) on Monday and we're looking for a great sushi meal. We count Yasuda as our favorite place for sushi. Though we are willing to try more "inventive" sushi, what really helps Yasuda stand out for me is the quality of rice. In other words, if the sushi I am eating happens to be creative, as opposed to traditional, but has excellent rice, it can be just as good in my eyes. We also love Japanese Kitchen and Sushi preparations - especially Uni and Ankimo.

Based on that, do you have a recommendation for a stand out sushi meal in SF? Money is no object. We will be in town from Monday - Thursday, and are planning this outing for Tues or Wed. We would really like to stay in the city for this experience. From my research, it appears as though Sebo, Ino, Aka Tombo, and Koo are possible options. Am I on the right track? Do you have any words of wisdom or guidance? Are there specialty local fishes to make sure to taste?

Your help is much appreciated, as we want our sushi experience in SF to be a memorable one!

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Sebo
517 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Ino Restaurant
25 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941

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