Kusakabe / San Francisco

584 Washington Street Columbus Street San Francisco 94111
+1 415-757-0155
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 17:00 - 22:00
Description

KUSAKABE serves sushi in Kaiseki style. The 'omakase' of Chef Mitsunori Kusakabe consists of sushi along with a few other complementary dishes. Although it changes according to what ingredients are available, it will always reflect exquisite sense of balance, taste, texture, and appearance, emphasizing sealonality and mindfulness based on the Kaiseki cuisine principle. Chef Nori also introduces a range of classical techniques and presentations besides Edomae style (nigiri) sushi within the course menu. We are located in the financial district in San Francisco and we are open for dinner from 5pm to 10pm Tuesdays to Sundays, closed on Mondays.

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average 2103 votes
3.0
Tips from the Net @ Kusakabe
Kellsey Johannes en
Such an amazing experience. Essentially a 2 hour excursion through fine art that tastes amazing and is served by the artist who is friendly and conversational. Exquisite. GooglePlace - November 2017
Stephanie Yuen en
Love this place for special occasions. Also value to Dollar is good. GooglePlace - November 2017
Everett Campbell en
$100 deposit to make a reservation for 2 and still have to stand in a line for 30 minutes. Not a high end experience. Disrespectful staff. If you value your time find a different spot. GooglePlace - October 2017
Omar Eduardo Fernandez en
I've been here twice, the second time for my birthday. It was such an amazing experience, both time, that I'll gladly go back and drop another $200 next year. Comparable dining experience to sushi meals in good sushi restaurants in Japan. GooglePlace - August 2017
Billy Hause en
I ordered the poki bowl and I was very impressed with the quality and quantity of fish. The service was impeccable and delightful. I sat at the sushi bar and Samuel one of the sushi chefs was great! I will be back again! I 100% recommend to anyone who appreciates a good sushi spot. Finally I can vouch for one in the neighborhood! GooglePlace - June 2017