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Ebisu has new location in FiDi, SF

hhc Apr 15, 2010 11:38 PM

Ebisu is proud to announce the grand opening of our new San Francisco Financial District location at 336 Kearny Street between Pine and Bush.

Our new location will be open for lunch Monday through Friday and will also be our hub for downtown lunch and early dinner catering.

Anyone try it yet?


  1. t
    t.susannah.chen Apr 17, 2010 11:05 PM

    I heard about this restaurant too. Can't wait to check it out. Hopefully it will raise the bar on takeout sushi on that strip of Kearny.

    1. p
      Pandora Apr 17, 2010 10:09 PM

      Not to hijack the thread, but I noticed there is now a disproportionate amount of takeout japanese on this block. There's another new japanese restaurant further up the street that I haven't tried - anyone know the name or have a review? Also, Sushi Bay, has changed hands and expanded their menu drastically. I'm not sure how I feel about that as the old style had a certain hole in the wall charm. On the other hand they now have menu items such as okonomiyaki and yakisoba. I had the okonomiyaki and it wasn't the best I've ever had (a little gooey), but it would satisfy a craving. There's not that much okonomiyaki to be had in the city to begin with, and the shrimp/bonito flake combination hit the spot. There's also Muracci's and sawaii sushi a block down (which sadly does not seem as crowded as it used to be).

      With the plethora of japanese food and two thai restaurants on this block, I can't understand why there isn't decent Chinese food....

      Sushi Bay
      355 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA 94108

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      1. re: Pandora
        mariacarmen Apr 17, 2010 11:40 PM

        Love Sawii. Love their cold tofu salad. LOVE their California roll, of all things! and their fish is always fresh, always generously sliced.

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        jlfoodie Apr 16, 2010 11:04 AM

        Went there yesterday. it wasn't bad. Definitely a notch above some of their surrounding competitors. Some of the pricing was reasonable, but it is $1-2 more than its peers in the neighborhood. I did enjoy my handrolls at $2 each. (I also tried to Salmon Teriyaki Don at $7.50 - which doesn't incl. soup or salad)

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