Ino Sushi

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Details
22 Peace Plz Ste 510
San Francisco, CA 94115
(415) 922-3121
Sushi
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 4:00 AM–9:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Come Tuesday as that's when they get their fresh fish!
  • Omakase is great; price starts at around $40pp. (You WERE wondering!!)
  • I don't think I've ever had better sushi than here. Sure it's more expensive than other sushi places in the neighbourhood, but really I was happy to give them my cash!
  • Etiquette: Pour a small amount of soy. Use your fingers to grab each sushi piece. Dip the fish side of each piece in the soy sauce. Eat. The hot towel is to wipe your fingers between pieces.
  • They accept reservations. I made one.
  • Very rude service.
  • Go for the omakase.
  • No California rolls here - this local favorite is for serious sushi lovers only! Be prepared to wait - they don't accept reservations - but you cannot go wrong by saying the magic word: "omakase."
  • This small, simply decorated Japantown treasure traffics in sushi for sticklers: the freshest fish, subjected to the deft knife skills of chef Noboru Ino, and his divinely textured vinegared rice.
  • I mean don't even worry, this place is ridiculous, just be decisive with your ordering. Amateurs know where the door is
  • Chef Ino-san will berate you if you don't know the basics on how to eat his traditional offerings. Our tip is to just take it -- his delicate morsels of the sea are worth the pain.
  • Ino is a sushi joint in San Francisco's Japantown. Japantown is the last place I'd normally go for great sushi, but Ino is amazing. Tip: Make a reservation! The place usually has a long wait.
  • ankimo, The foie gras of the sea, served buttery and fresh every night.
  • 7x7 says try the Ikura
  • The best traditional sushi experience in SF. Order "omakase" and enjoy what Ino-san prepares. The monkfish liver is amazing.
  • This is the best sushi in sf. Go omakase to get on the chefs good side. Price is reasonable.
  • The uni and monk fish liver are musts.
  • Cod liver sushi is perfect (ankimo) Some favorites from the Ino Sushi are:Bluefin tuna, Toro (Kobe fish), Pike, Engawa, Saba, Uni, Unagi, Ankimo and Ikura.
  • Go for omakase or just don't go. Excellent sushi spot, but it's very traditional, so make sure you're prepared to drop some cash.
  • Sushi taken very seriously. May not be super friendly, but friendliness wouldn't really fit this place.