Row 1

2931 16th St (Capp)
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 503-0702
$ $ $ $
Tue–Sat: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Sit at the bar and do the sushi/sashimi Omakase. I think it now serves the best sushi in town. Also, the oyster stout is nice!
  • Pristine omakase is the name of the game at this tiny sushi spot, which boasts the talents of longtime local great Masaki Sasaki. Expect a Japanese-style sushi experience at Japanese-style prices.
  • Do yourself a favor, sit at the bar and let them drive. The food is top notch and they offer a proper, elevated sushi experience I've yet to find anywhere else in San Francisco.
  • Real authentic sushi place. I'm Japanese and felt at home. Great service and perfect sushi! Not all tables are reservable through OpenTable. Call the restaurant for more options.
  • Get the Masa's corse. At the end ask for a toro nigiri to end the night. Bliss.
  • Omakase menu is fantastic and the green tea tiramisu is amazing!
  • Sit at the bar and get omakase until you can't eat anymore
  • Upscale, expensive Japanese - good but not amazing for the price
  • The nigiri was definitely the highlight of the $85 omakase, so it seems like the $40 sushi course might be a better deal. You can't go wrong either way though.
  • Last Fall, chef Masaki Sasaki opened Maruya in The Mission with limited seating and a traditional sushi menu upon which fish is only available according to seasonality.
  • Try the omakase and order extra Ebodai and Uni. It's worth it.
  • Omakase. Very fresh.
  • open bar doesn't mean what it should
  • good uni and tuna. omakase meh overall though
  • Sushi omakase
  • The gold snapper is gold
  • Beautifully presented in classic Edomae style, sushi at Maruya is incredibly fresh, brushed with a modest amount of soy sauce, and offered as a chefs choice tasting menu or a la carte.
  • Omakase was great w fresh fish. It was the closest meal I've had to eating in Japan. felt traditional and very good. Green tea tiramisu was good but almost savory- tasted like cream cheese + matcha
  • Came here for Valentine's Day and a majority of the omakase focused on micro bite appetizers where were mostly boring. Fish that proceeded it was just ok.
  • Prenez le menu dgustation. Le serveur vous racontera tout ce qu'il contient et plus.