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Akiko's Sushi Bar

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542 Mason St (at at Sutter)
San Francisco, CA 94102
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(415) 989-8218
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Akiko's Sushi Bar - San Francisco, CA
Akiko's Sushi Bar - San Francisco, CA
Akiko's Sushi Bar - San Francisco, CA
Akiko's Sushi Bar - San Francisco, CA
Akiko's Sushi Bar - San Francisco, CA
Akiko's Sushi Bar - San Francisco, CA

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Best

Visiting from Houston, found this hole in the wall sushi place that had the most outstanding sushi at a great price. 2 people ate for $50 ( 2 spider rools ""12 pieces each"", 6 p...

Worst

I'm from the east coast and I love finding good sushi places in SF. This wasn't one of them. I ordered takeout at 9:00 pm and when I got there to pick up, the first thought in m...

Small Spot, Amazing Sushi 7/17/2010

This place only has 3 tables and a few seats at the bar. It is so worth the wait!!! The sushi is fresh and made with love. The absolute best roll is the Sumo Roll. Shrimp in the middle and tuna on top, along with an amazing garlic and lemon sauce. Too bad I had share this role with my friends. I definitely could have gobbled this one down all by myself. The Cucumber, asparagus, and crab salad is great too! A little hot sake to top it all off and you have yourself a great meal. Oh yea, and it's CHEAP! Pros: Sumo roll Cons: very little seating more

Best Sushi in SF 7/16/2010

I have been to a variety of sushi restaurants in San Francisco (and in LA, too) and this one is the best. It's tiny -- there are only four tables in the whole restaurant, and there's the same lady making all the sushi every time I go. But, it's delicious. The sushi is incredibly fresh and everything is made to order. My absolute favorite roll is the Sumo Roll, tuna, shrimp, lemon, garlic, heaven. Favorite sushi bar in the city and totally reasonably priced. Pros: fresh, clean, small, homemade Cons: crowded, very little seating more

Good food 8/21/2009

Just moved to the city and was searching for a good sushi place, it was very small (seats about 12) I ordered the terryaki chicken 4 pc. california roll special which I liked because I usually like my sushi with eel/unagi sauce but they put some kind or seasoning on the rice where it tastes great without. I also ordered the smoked salmon (Sake Maki) which was alright but, a bit dry (my boyfriend liked it).My boyfriend ordered the spicy salmon roll (only 2 pc.) both of us weren't too fond of it, it was a strange roll and the salmon was very mushy(shredded?). Also there were 2 things flying around that looked like mosquitoes or something that scared us but, overall i think I like the place my food was good and they didn't charge me for the glass I broke. I really wish there was more of a selection of rolls though. Pros: warm, woman sushi chef Cons: small, humid, mosquitoes? more

oustanding sushi and a cheap price 5/23/2009

Visiting from Houston, found this hole in the wall sushi place that had the most outstanding sushi at a great price. 2 people ate for $50 ( 2 spider rools ""12 pieces each"", 6 pieces of sashimi, 2 miso soup). A place to try out for sure. That Htown comin through yaoo ming Pros: high quality sushi, cheap, great service more

Great sushi 5/25/2008

I was looking for a place to try sushi while in the SF area, and came across Akiko's. My fiance and I decided to give it a try & were pleasantly surprised. The sushi was so fresh and was delicious! IWe loved the ambiance of the place, being a small ""hole in the wall"" type of place it made us feel at home. The staff was friendly and prices are also pretty good considering it was in the city. I will definitely be coming back here on my next trip to SF!! more

I'm not giving it a second chance 4/22/2008

I'm from the east coast and I love finding good sushi places in SF. This wasn't one of them. I ordered takeout at 9:00 pm and when I got there to pick up, the first thought in my mind as I opened the door was ""fishy"". This is never a good sign. I took the sushi and sashimi combo back to the hotel. The salad was good, but all the shashimi tasted bad. I should have refused the order as soon as I smelled it.\r \r The sad thing is that since I don't live here, I won't be giving this cozy place another chance. more

Pretty darn good sushi 11/29/2007

OK, I had to see this place for myself when I read the sushi chef was female. I am from L.A. but I was in S.F. for work and I went to this place one night before it got busy. There are only like six tables in this ""hole in the wall"" sushi place. Our waitress was very nice; most of the sushi I ordered was good (don't order the Philly Roll, it's too salty). I would recommend the Toro (fatty tuna) and Rainbow Roll. If I am ever in S.F. again, I will definitely go back to this place. Pros: fresh fish, reasonable price, intimate setting (small) Cons: small restaurant, parking (luckily I didn't have to park!) more

female sushi chef! 12/2/2006

i love this place. it is extremely small- only holds about 10 people at a time. the sushi is great and reason, and the environment is really cozy. the best part is that it is a female sushi chef and an all female staff! way to break those cultural barriers ladies.\r drawbacks- they often do not have more exotics fish like uni more

Nothing fancy, just great tasting sushi. 3/19/2006

I live nearby and there are a few sushi joints in the area. Out of all those, I come here the most. The place is a bit too cramped in my opinion, but the sushi makes up for that. It is remarkably inexpensive considering how good it is. The miso soup isn't that great but the fish is sparkling fresh. I usually get one of the chef's specials. I just wish they had green tea ice cream. Pros: cheap, great food Cons: cramped more
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Editorial

  • Mint green walls, snug Formica tables and good-luck cat statues are all that adorn this 16-seat, walk-in closet-sizedS sushi joint. Odd-slash-innovative rolls like the Lizzy (salmon, avacado, and...

  • 9/25/2008 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Monday To Saturday From 11:00 AM To 03:00 PM Monday To Saturday From 05:00 PM To 10:00 PM
  • Payments:

    Discover, Visa, Cash, American Express, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Northeast, Downtown

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