20 "Sushi" Restaurants in San Francisco.
Serious quality sushi, provided you're willing to pay. Akiko's Restaurant will even serve you up a baby barracuda.
Head to Robin in Hayes Valley for excellent omakase that doesn’t involve burning all your money.
A safe house from spicy sauce in the Castro, Eiji is one of the best low-key sushi spots around.
Serious sushi types rave about ICHI in Bernal Heights. We like the sushi, but the cooked food is really where it’s at.
Domo is a neighborhood sushi spot worth a visit, even if you don't live in Hayes Valley.
This is not the vegan sushi messiah you were waiting for.
Elephant Sushi in Russian Hill usually has a bit of a wait, so try to head there on the early side (they open at 6).
Ten-Ichi is a sushi spot that’s been holding down the fort on Fillmore for almost 40 years.
At Ebisu, in the Sunset, go with the fresh fish of the day off the board, or try the poke roll or 49er roll.
SOMA isn’t exactly a sushi (or food) paradise, but Kama is an oasis in this desert.
Okina, in the Inner Richmond, has zero oversauced, over-stuffed rolls - the menu is extremely simple and focused only on the fish.