Omakase / San Francisco

665 Townsend St 7th Street San Francisco 94103
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 17:00 - 21:30

Omakase offers four different fixed-price tasting menus that will take you through your senses. The culinary journey you experience will introduce you to the many flavors of Japanese cuisine. Our focus is to show diners a series of dishes that combine creativity and various Japanese cooking techniques. To enhance your experience, we showcase the cuisine with the beauty of Japanese pottery. Premium sakes are individually selected to complement your meal as you enjoy the day’s best selected fishes. Our fishes are flown in 3x a week from Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo, Japan — the famed and largest fish market in the world — to assure freshness and quality. Omakase specializes in Edomae — traditional style sushi. We partner with chefs trained in the top restaurants of Tokyo. Our chefs innovatively expose your sense of sight, smell, and umami. Thank you for entrusting your taste buds to the chefs and for choosing Omakase.

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Critic Reviews @ OMAKASE
Omakase Will Gain Another Michelin Star for Two Nights Only
Omakase Will Gain Another Michelin Star for Two Nights Only Michelin-starred Japanese chef Hurokoyi Sato will go behind the sushi bar Chef Hiroyuki Sato Omakase, the newly-Michelin-starred SoMa sushi bar, has attract ... continue Eater SF
Tips from the Net @ OMAKASE
Japs Clark en
It was pretty good. Fish are fresh. Servers very attentive. Foursquare - September 2017
Martin Saposnick en
Top of the line with impeccable selection of carefully crafted chef's choice sushi and sashimi. GooglePlace - August 2017
Yuen Clara en
Totally overpriced , one bland sushi after another. If it wasn't such a disrespect for the chef, I'd rather left the sushi untouched after about the 4th sushi serving. Omakase, supposedly the best choices from the chef ? I doubt the taste of the chef of the evening !! GooglePlace - August 2017
Kendall Thornton en
To be honest, I'd expect a Michelin starred place to have better ventilation. It's good but not the best omakase in the city. Foursquare - August 2017
Chris Koehncke en
Very good. This is a high end, personal & attentive service so best on an expense account or special occasion budget. With the prices you should expect high quality everything. The neighborhood is non-descript so this is the destination! Next door is Okane, owned by same company, that is much less formal and al la carte menu (very good as well, but not a cheap either). GooglePlace - July 2017