I liked eiji the first time we came but it has been rather lackluster recently. They serve a range of Japanese comfort foods like soups and noodle as well as sushi. Between those, their cooked food is definitely better. Their sushi is just ok and if that's what you are in the mood for, Saru in Noe Valley is better quality. Eiji specialize in tofu dishes so I would definitely recommend the fresh tofu as an appetizer. The strawberry daifuku is also excellent.
GooglePlace - December 2017
Sushi. Real. Authentic. Genuine sushi brings back many lifetimes of days by the sea, to the sea. The fine sashimi sublimely melts into memory and gratifying experience. Good sushi chefs know that their food must bring forth thoughts of the days one has lived long ago or imagination that one will live further, beyond the days. Felicitously rare is the monk fish liver—Best are the sweet strawberry mochi and Kyoto mochi ice cream—not too much, just enough to keep the taste buds yearning for a walk by the ocean. Though the place is quite cozily tiny, it has personable and personal, attentive service.
GooglePlace - November 2017
Really nice Japanese restaurant! Very original and cozy. Also good prices and delicious food. Highly recommended but also book in advance it gets busy.
GooglePlace - October 2017
Great fresh sushi! The house-made tofu is unbelievably fresh and soft. Yummy. Would come back again!
GooglePlace - July 2017
This is a hidden gem. I want to keep it that way. Don't come here. But if you do, try the fresh tofu made at your table. The sushi is excellent, too. Small place, can get crowded.
GooglePlace - June 2017