Ace Wasabi is a fun izakaya with plenty of good sushi and plenty of non-sushi for pickier eaters. Start with the fried chicken and lobster gyoza before diving into the ridiculously named rolls. Spoiler alert: the Victoria’s Secret Roll isn’t just seaweed infused with air - the crab/tuna/jalapeno combo is worth a try. It’s the kind of place where sake bombs are practically compulsory.
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Bonita Taqueria & Rotisserie
Bonita is a TNT crime drama of a restaurant in the Marina – satisfying, but never quite award-winning.
Causwells is a much-needed brunch spot in the Marina, that works well any time of day. Especially since the burger is always on the menu.
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Mamanoko serves sushi and Japanese small plates from their location in the Marina. We love the vegetable tempura fritters.
Okina, in the Inner Richmond, has zero oversauced, over-stuffed rolls - the menu is extremely simple and focused only on the fish.
Serious quality sushi, provided you're willing to pay. Akiko's Restaurant will even serve you up a baby barracuda.
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A fairly corporate Financial District Japanese spot that's perfectly suited to dinner with your boss.
Dumpling Time in the Design District is a fun stop for dim sum and sake with a group of friends.
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