Sushi Hunter / San Francisco

1701 Powell St San Francisco 94133
4152919268
Opening Hours
Sun 13:30 - 21:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 17:00 - 22:00
Fri 17:00 - 23:00
Sat 13:30 - 23:00
average 1417 votes
2.7
Tips from the Net @ Sushi Hunter
Jeff Martin en
Only had a short time, so we didn't get much variety, but tasted great and fresh. GooglePlace - September 2017
Fabio Ruggiero en
We came for the AYCE. 27$ is outrageous: The quality is one of the lowest I've ever had in my life, the menu variety is very poor, and the service is not great. I'll never come back here, not even if people will try to force me. I hope I'll not get sick GooglePlace - September 2017
Michal Havelka en
We visited the place for all-you-can-eat sushi. The price is 27$ Mon-Thu, 30$ Fri-Sun and during Holidays. If you pay in cash, there is 2$ sale. Another 18% graduity is mandatory (for all-you-can-eat only). I consider it as a decent price in such a touristic city. The restaurant is not some super nobles but still quite nice and cosy. The service is extremely nice and always smily. The quality of food is more than good - some rolls were quite ok, some were extremely delicious. You can order more things than just rolls (like starters, teriyaki, maki, ...) which I highly recommend. Our expectations were more than satisfied and we certainly recommend this restaurant to others. Also it is nice walk to the nearest bart(train) station which is very pleasant after such meal. GooglePlace - August 2017
Sara Connors en
Not a lot of vegetarian options, but I went with my sushi loving son. He ate most of the menu and loved all of it. I think it would be a fun place to visit with a group. GooglePlace - July 2017
Keith Bolin en
The sushi here was amazing! Everything was fresh and well made. I especially enjoyed the fact that the nigiri was not overloaded with rice. The all-you-can-eat menu was pretty limited but still offered tasty choices including some appetizers. The only criticism I can offer is that they did not have more cooked rolls for my pregnant wife. GooglePlace - April 2017