+
Restaurants & Bars

Stray Fish @ Mission and 29th, SF

tara | Sep 5, 200405:03 PM     1

I'd like to recommend Stray Fish, a newish sushi restaurant in the outer Mission in SF. For those who aren't familiar with it, it's located where the late Rock Soup used to be, on Mission at 29th.

My girlfriend and I went there last night and had some very tasty sushi for good prices. For appetizers, we had goma ae (spinach with sesame sauce) and seaweed salad. Both were good, about the same as we've had at other places -- there doesn't seem to be a lot of variation in these dishes, at least not in my experience. For sushi, we had shiro maguro, sake, and unagi nigiri and hamachi negi maki. All of the fish was fresh and tasty.

The place wasn't very busy last night -- there was only one other table that was occupied, albeit with about eight people -- so I want to spread the good word and get this place some business.

Stray Fish, 3299 Mission St., 415-920-9430

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

More from Chowhound

The Ultimate 'Farewell Summer, Hello Fall' Food Guide
Recipe Round-Ups

The Ultimate 'Farewell Summer, Hello Fall' Food Guide

by Chowhound Editors | Early fall recipes can overlap a lot with late summer dishes; it's a transitional time period, and...

Ring in Fall with a Bowl of Creamy, Bacon-Studded Butter Beans
Food News

Ring in Fall with a Bowl of Creamy, Bacon-Studded Butter Beans

by Amy Schulman | Plucking a cookbook off the shelf is easy. But pulling one that’s guaranteed to bear a recipe that...

11 German Recipes for an Oktoberfest Feast
Recipe Round-Ups

11 German Recipes for an Oktoberfest Feast

by Miki Kawasaki | The best German recipes are perfect for fall, and especially for Oktoberfest (and yes, they all pair...

Everything You Need to Know to Host an Awesome Oktoberfest
Entertaining

Everything You Need to Know to Host an Awesome Oktoberfest

by Noelle Daidone | Oktoberfest 2020 may be cancelled due to COVID-19, but you can still celebrate at home. Here's everything...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.