8 Spots to Satiate the Sushi Craving in San Francisco

"You're the only salmon to my sticky rice" might be a cheesy pick up line, but for all sushi lovers in the Bay, there's so many tasty sushi spots to get sticky in... literally. And some even have Michelin stars and are open all year round, even for takeout and delivery!

Akiko's Restaurant
The sultry cozy sushi spot oscillates between dining and takeout, but a few different seasonal 3-course menus from $90 to $120 make for a decadent date night.

Don't miss the signature house-cured salmon roe covered in shaved frozen monkfish liver at
Ju-Ni which means 12. Serving 12 customers at a time or city wide for takeout from this Michelin star omakase-only spot.

Owner chef Mitsunori Kusakabe is a World Sushi technical skills competition Winner. So you'll enjoy anything off the dine-in and takeout menu from the only restaurant in San Francisco that offers Kyoto style sushi.

Omakase means 'chef's choice' and co-owners Kash Feng and chef Jackson Yu do just that. Michelin stars hotspot is known for its Edomae-style sushi and an evolving variety of sides and appetizers.

Sushi Hashiri
This Michelin-starred Mint Plaza omakase space offers classic interpretation of Kyo-Kaiseki & Edomae Sushi with privately imported from Toyosu Fish Market. For takeout/delivery, there's wagyu and vegetable curry, sushi bentos, and other boxed meals.

Thriving since 1986! Sushi Ran's premium ingredients come directly from Japan's Tsukiji market. Don't miss the extensive wine and sake list to match.

Sushi Shio
A newbie in sushi spots, the different bowls, a la carte nigiri and a $33 eight-piece omakase-style sushi tasting set make for a very Mission style night out in the city.

Chefs Atsushi-san and Tomo-san have a smiling array of small plates with everything freshly and homemade from sesame tofu to mountain yam and tempuras to dessert. Pretty boxes, and even takeout friendly to feast the eyes.

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