307 Church St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9411437.766005 -122.428811
Patrons snag sushi from wooden boats afloat on a circlar "river" at this popular Castro restaurant..
Those who revel in instant gastronomic gratification will appreciate the hand-to-mouth setup at this Japanese eatery. Freshly prepared rolls and nigiri displayed on kitschy miniature boats cruise by hungry diners, who wait to pluck up their favorite items before they get away. While the revolving edibles are the main attraction, a few standalone tables and traditional menu offerings like donburi, bento boxes and ramen noodles are also available.
Great Sushi Floating in a Fun Little Boat. I love this place! Their fish is always a wonderul quality and very fresh. It is truly the best I have had in the city. They do a great job with the non-fussy tradional maki and nigiri rolls, but always come out with something different and a little suprising. The staff, who are there every night, are unfailingly friendly and always around to get you another drink. Good hint: It's fun to grab whatever floats by you, but the sushi chefs will take orders and prepare things especially for you.
Hmmmmm....Sushi Boat. I love it here. Great service. I never see the bottom of my tea cup. The standard sushi fare that floats by is fabulous, but there are some really creative and tasty creations that always get me excited. Don't forget they're closed on Tuesdays. I always do that and it makes me sad.
Like Family. The ambience of the place is like home. The people that work there are family and treat their customers with respect. It's the best place for beginners to start. The sushi is displayed right infromt of you eyes. It is a nice way to learn all the different sushi served. The benito is GREAT. When your finished with the boats, you can order other various sushi offered.
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