Asa Sushi / San Francisco

2365 Chestnut St San Francisco 94123
4153458263
$$$$
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:30 - 14:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 17:30 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 17:30 - 23:00
average 388 votes
2.4
Tips from the Net @ Asa Sushi
Robb Alonzo en
Nice sushi place. The sushi was fresh and tasty, though a bit on the pricy side (compared to Rock Japanese Cuisine) GooglePlace - May 2017
James Spadafora en
Wife and I love walking down there from our jobs in the persideo for lunch. The have a reasonable priced lunch specials and most of the time the food is great! Once in a while (not super often) the katsu is a bit to well done which is why 4 stars. Fast service, good food, great for a quick lunch! GooglePlace - May 2017
JustinJoy Garcia en
This place is a treasure. My family visits the Bay Area once a year, and we make sure to come here every time! The chef is extremely polite and happy. Asa Sushi is like having a world-class dinner in a home-like environment. The seating is very cozy. The lighting is very refreshing. Not to mention the FOOD is the best of its kind in the Bay Area! I look forward to seeing the family I've made here every year, as the head chef and his wife always remember us! They even know our order preferences! :) If you are in town I highly recommend! GooglePlace - March 2017
Purposefilledtravelers Garcia's en
Absolutely love this place. My dad who is an absolute sushi connoisseur is obsessed with this place. He says that they have the freshest fish. He is the type that will walk into a place and know if the sushi is gonna be good by looking at the fish and if it's not the right color he walks out. After trying to find good sashimi places all over the Bay Area now he only goes here. They are family to us now. I Will always be a customer and am more than happy to recommend! GooglePlace - March 2017
Lee Glanzmann en
More American than Japanese. The Ramen is basically instant noodles. Beef has The texture of leather. The nigiri rolls are pretty good though... If you go here don't bother with Ramen or anything battered if you want authentic Japanese.. Serving size isn't huge as expected in the USA. I wouldn't come again. But then again... Maybe my expectations were too high. GooglePlace - January 2017