' IZAKAYA YOKI ' :
If you're Japanese and Korean cuisine lover, come here. Here you will be able to taste good spicy salmon rolls, tuna and nigiri. Being at this restaurant, order tasty green tea ice cream, pancakes and yogurt. You will be offered delicious soju, draft beer or wine. It's a must while visiting Izakaya Yoki to taste great iced green tea or good coffee. At this place, you can order dishes as a takeout. Most reviewers have noticed that the staff is energetic at this place. Fair prices are what you will pay for your meal. When inside, the atmosphere is homey.
One of the Most Popular Sushi Spots in San Francisco
Located between Nob Hill and Belden Place, this comprehensive Japanese restaurant does many things well. The corn tempura, a sweet corn and walnut fritter served with spicy mayo, is outrageously tasty, and sushi devotees will also appreciate rolls like the Shrimp Rush, full of shrimp tempura, crab salad, ebi, avocado, wasabi mayo, tobiko, and sweet sauce.
- Mary H. (Altadena, CA) :
My friend and I were looking for a last minute reservation for dinner near Union Square on a Sunday after some touristy ice-skating.
We made a reservation on Yelp for an early dinner pretty easily!
We ended up finishing ice-skating a little early so headed over around opening time. We were seated at a reserved table by the window which was nice!
One thing that I was drawn to was their happy hour.
My friend and I weren't in the mood to drink but if we had been, the deals would've been amazing.
For food, I was having trouble deciding between nigiri or rolls, but a couple of their rolls stood out to me so I had to grab them.
I ended up getting the tuna lover and double salmon. And WOW! This was some of the freshest fish I have ever tasted. I was in foodie heaven with my selections.
On top of that, their prices are super reasonable for fresh sushi rolls in San Francisco.
My friend ordered toro nigiri and the chirashi bowl and she was also happy and agreed that for the price and quality of the fish, this place couldn't be beat.
I do try to mix up my restaurant adventures since there are so many places on my foodie list in the city, but if I'm ever in the mood for a tried and true, I'd 100% return.
- Jessica L. (San Francisco, CA) :
Door dash- family platter!!! For $99, you get 3 sushi rolls, 2 salads, and so much more. It is a great deal that I hope they never get rid of.
Lion king roll: baked salmon that was half seared, can never go wrong
Jungle boogie roll: spicy tuna and soft shell crab, this was a massive roll
Avocado roll: sounds so simple but compliments the other two rolls so well
Seaweed salad: they added fish eggs in for more flavor
Salad: black sesame dressing? Very refreshing for all the fried food I'm going to describe
The katsu, chicken karaage, tofu, and dumplings were fried perfectly. I honestly was not expecting the amount of food provided and it was more than enough for two people. We have leftovers for at least 2-4 more meals!
I'll have to visit the restaurant in person next time!
- David S. (East Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA) :
This place not only satisfies my taste buds with its delectable flavors but also tantalizes my visual senses with its appetizing presentation.
As a devoted Japanese cuisine enthusiast, I found this restaurant to be a delightful gem that effortlessly captures the authentic atmosphere.
Its culinary offerings truly elevate the dining experience, making it a must-visit for fellow food enthusiasts.
I always like to point out at the way the employees treat the clients.
They were pleasant, warm-hearted and had a great sense of responsibility!
Will come back for sure!