Hana Zen Sushi & Yakitori Bar / San Francisco

Pier 39, M209 Beach & Embarcadero San Francisco 94133
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed 11:30 - 22:30
Thu 16:30 - 22:30
Fri, Sat 11:30 - 23:00
Description

Hana ZEN is a Japanese Restaurant at the end of Pier 39 in San Francisco. We serve sushi, seafood, steak and carries an array of dessert. We have a full bar and a dinning area overlooking the San Francisco Bay. This location is great for event and group, or quiet dinner with your love ones.

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average 1939 votes
3.0
Tips from the Net @ Hana Zen Sushi & Yakitori Bar
Farida Fajardo en
Garlic Noodles with chicken is so awesome! I have been craving for it day after I had it at Hana zen! I also had Creme Brûlée for dessert it was so good!!!!! Not pricey for a place with the best view of Alcatraz. GooglePlace - January 2018
Joselynn Campbell en
When we arrived there was no hostess to greet us. The bartender had to stop what she was doing to go look for the hostess after telling my son there was no bathroom in the restaurant. The hostess showed up and took us to our table. There were 2 servers running around but neither greeted us. The restaurant was not even busy. Eventually a server showed up and took our order. Someone showed up with water but we never got the drinks we ordered. Eventually some of the food showed up. The server hurried off before asking if we needed anything else. We had to flag him down for our drinks and flag him down again for the rest of our order. He never came back to the table until it was time for the bill. We were charged a healthy sf fee of $2.84 whatever that is and 18% tip for crappy service. I corrected the tip amount but still got charged the 18% tip and a bill of over $100 for mediocre food and bad service. Very disappointed. Will never visit again. GooglePlace - November 2017
Jean Cannu en
If you're in the mood for sushi and find yourself at Pier 39, this is a solid choice for it. They have all the staples that will take care of your craving. Are they "super fancy" and have a large selection of rare types of sushi? No. But the place is clean, passably modern furnishings and a great view. Do they fly in their fish and ingredients from Japan? No. But the sushi and entrees and apps are prepared with care. And is the menu diverse enough for folks in your party to find something that isn't necessarily sushi? Yes. Our experience with service was nothing like what the reviews are mentioning. Is it the best service I've ever had anywhere? No. But our server checked in on us several times, always had a smile, and was prompt and communicative. Added bonus? They have San Miguel draft!! Visiting from Colorado (where no restaurants really carry San Miguel) and being Filipino, it filled me with pride and made my heart happy :) GooglePlace - October 2017
Jose Martinez en
Restaurant is nice, the view is great, the staff was polite, and the atmosphere was good. That being said, the food was below average. Granted, the group I was with and myself only ordered sushi so we can't speak on the rest of the food, but the sushi was not impressive. Here's the rule of thumb, if your city has sushi that you thought was great, don't eat here, you can do better. If you've never tried sushi go somewhere else, don't let your first time be a tragic one. GooglePlace - October 2017
RattTrap Artistry en
This place was one of best stops we had while visiting San Fransisco. The Sushi wasn't as good as what we get here in Colorado but definitely the best stop out of the California restaurants we visited. It has a great view of the ocean and bridges. VERY reasonable lunch, with beer, 4-5 rolls, and starters. I will definitely revisit this place when we go to San Francisco again. The servers were also fantastic! GooglePlace - August 2017