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Hamano's in Noe - Fresh Sashimi

T. Wong | Nov 23, 200503:19 PM     1

I had melt in your mouth, fresh tuna as one of many delicious ingredients in my chirashi plate last night at Hamano's in Noe Valley. It was the chef's selecttion of fresh sashimi and other delicacies such as shitake mushrooms and pickles artfully arranged on top of a mound of sticky rice mixed with pickled ginger slivers and sprinkled with nori strips with a whole fragrant shiso leaf buried in the middle. This was served in beautiful, wide and shallow sided bowl. The seaweed salad was very good; delicate and not too vinegary. The ume and shiso sushi was a novelty but extremely sour. Must go again, only minus is the rush to clean up once clock hit 10ish. Zagat Rated too.

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