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Ino Sushi

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22 Peace Plz # 510
San Francisco, CA 94115
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(415) 200-0091
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I had had good sushi and sake here in the past, so I took a friend. We already had dinner and wanted a...

Quality sushi, but limited seating and small portions 8/6/2012

The sushi is decent here. I felt the restaurant provided small portions and had limited seating. more

Quality sushi, but limited seating and small portions 8/6/2012

carolined Provided by Partner
The sushi is decent here. I felt the restaurant provided small portions and had limited seating. more

insulting 9/8/2011

I had had good sushi and sake here in the past, so I took a friend. We already had dinner and wanted a... more

insulting 9/8/2011

DonSt Provided by Partner
I had had good sushi and sake here in the past, so I took a friend. We already had dinner and wanted a little sushi and drinks. We spent $100 for 4... more

insulting 9/8/2011

DonSt Provided by Partner
I had had good sushi and sake here in the past, so I took a friend. We already had dinner and wanted a little sushi and drinks. We spent $100 for 4... more

Conveniently located in the Japan Center, Isobune claims ... 7/22/2007

beebler Provided by Partner
Conveniently located in the Japan Center, Isobune claims to be the original boat sushi restaurant in the US. They have a good assortment of sushi t... more
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Editorial

  • Deep in the bowels of the labyrinthine Miyako Mall--through a deserted mezzanine, up a short escalator, through an unmarked curtain door--this pocket-sized sushi spot might be known as one of the best in the city if anyone could find it. Ino is run by a husband and wife team (he prickly sushi master, she gracious hostess in traditional kimono), and is famous in sushi circles for its ambrosial ankimo (monkfish liver), known as "Japanese foie gras." Tips: Call ahead for reservations, order omasake (chef's choice), and be prepared to get the stinkeye from the chef for various imperceptible sushi etiquette infractions.

  • 5/5/2009 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Sat 5pm-9:30pm
  • Payments:

    Diner's Club, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Western Addition, Central North, Japantown

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