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Ino Sushi

(Now Closed)
Sushi Restaurant$$$$
Japantown, San Francisco
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  • Solario
    SolarioAugust 10, 2015
    Go for omakase or just don't go. Excellent sushi spot, but it's very traditional, so make sure you're prepared to drop some cash.
  • Kevin R.
    Kevin RipperApril 6, 2015
    Sushi taken very seriously. May not be super friendly, but friendliness wouldn't really fit this place.
  • Daniel C.
    Daniel ChivardiFebruary 8, 2015
    They make you pay minimum of $20 dollars on sushi per person $30 if you sit in the bar. Terrible service, never going back. I wanted to love this place, i was really dissapointed
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousJanuary 22, 2015
    This small, simply decorated Japantown treasure traffics in sushi for sticklers: the freshest fish, subjected to the deft knife skills of chef Noboru Ino, and his divinely textured vinegared rice. Read more
  • Marcello M.
    Marcello MansoOctober 8, 2014
    Ask for Omakase!
  • Mike H.
    Mike HuynhAugust 13, 2014
    Fresh wasabi
  • AFAR Media
    AFAR MediaAugust 12, 2014
    Ino is a sushi joint in San Francisco's Japantown. Japantown is the last place I'd normally go for great sushi, but Ino is amazing. Tip: Make a reservation! The place usually has a long wait. Read more
  • Ashley M.
    Ashley MowreyAugust 7, 2014
    So cute, soooo cute. Good, but not fantastic, but damn fine compared to any other place in Japan town that doesn't involve a sushi boat.
  • Staff Picks
    Staff PicksJuly 18, 2014
    Make Monday a little better with some delicious eats at Ino Sushi. It's known for its quiet dining experience, so go for a business lunch. Definitely try the Maguro-Zuke! Read more
  • Christle A.
    Christle ArriolaFebruary 7, 2014
    ankimo, The foie gras of the sea, served buttery and fresh every night.
  • Ramon L.
    Ramon LopezDecember 18, 2013
    Damn, the hype is fo real!!! Crazy fresh fish.
  • Sandra W.
    Sandra WanNovember 17, 2013
    Sushi is ok. Fish is fresh, rice gets tighter and tighter as chef gets busier, and his attitude is terrible. Not a good sushi chef should be. If you want to be tortured, come here.
  • Bkwm J.
    Bkwm JAugust 24, 2013
    Closes @ 9pm & won't let u in by 8:30pm. 😒
  • Jessica C.
    Jessica CoxAugust 18, 2013
    We came looking for a light lunch. The host told us we had to spend $20 minimum before drinks. No thanks.
  • Jessica @.
    Ankimo! Silky and perfect. Get multiple orders! Toro is a mouthful of fat in the best way possible. Aji is incredibly fresh & rich. Omakase will run ~$100/person.
  • Derek K.
    Derek KanJune 19, 2013
    Omakase. If you don't feel like spending money - get the monk fish liver and the uni. The sushi is fresh and amazing. Cute old japanese couple runs the place. Wait can be super long so reserve.
  • Mariko H.
    Mariko HarmanMay 24, 2013
    Best ginger.
  • Marc M.
    Marc McCabeFebruary 13, 2013
    I mean don't even worry, this place is ridiculous, just be decisive with your ordering. Amateurs know where the door is
  • Anton S.
    Anton ShusterFebruary 11, 2013
    Ikura is on 7x7's Big Eat 2013.
  • Won Sun P.
    Won Sun ParqueFebruary 7, 2013
    They accept reservations. I made one.
  • Luke B.
    Luke BoltonFebruary 4, 2013
    Best sushi I've ever had in my life. Spendy but worth it! Try the monk fish liver!
  • Joel A.
    Joel AntipuestoJanuary 30, 2013
    7x7 says try the Ikura
  • Daniel H.
    Daniel HongJanuary 5, 2013
    Very rude service.
  • Jose C.
    Jose CaballeroDecember 7, 2012
    Omakase is great; price starts at around $40pp. (You WERE wondering!!)
  • Jose C.
    Jose CaballeroDecember 7, 2012
    Etiquette: Pour a small amount of soy. Use your fingers to grab each sushi piece. Dip the fish side of each piece in the soy sauce. Eat. The hot towel is to wipe your fingers between pieces.
  • Marilou F.
    Marilou FNovember 10, 2012
    The best traditional sushi experience in SF. Order "omakase" and enjoy what Ino-san prepares. The monkfish liver is amazing.
  • Dave E.
    Dave EisenbergDecember 29, 2011
    This is the best sushi in sf. Go omakase to get on the chefs good side. Price is reasonable.
  • Cherylynn N.
    Cherylynn NoronaNovember 11, 2011
    The Akimo will make you cream in your panties!
  • Holger L.
    Holger LuedorfNovember 7, 2011
    Come Tuesday as that's when they get their fresh fish!
  • Minh N.
    Minh NguyenOctober 16, 2011
    The uni and monk fish liver are musts.
  • Gary C.
    Gary ChouAugust 15, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Go for the omakase.
  • The Feast
    The FeastJune 13, 2011
    Chef Ino-san will berate you if you don't know the basics on how to eat his traditional offerings. Our tip is to just take it -- his delicate morsels of the sea are worth the pain. Read more
  • Helen S.
    Helen StroebelFebruary 2, 2011
    I don't think I've ever had better sushi than here. Sure it's more expensive than other sushi places in the neighbourhood, but really I was happy to give them my cash!
  • Murat C.
    Murat CihanDecember 12, 2010
    Cod liver sushi is perfect (ankimo) Some favorites from the Ino Sushi are:Bluefin tuna, Toro (Kobe fish), Pike, Engawa, Saba, Uni, Unagi, Ankimo and Ikura.
  • Foodspotting
    FoodspottingNovember 19, 2010
    Try the Toro Nigiri
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousAugust 25, 2010
    No California rolls here - this local favorite is for serious sushi lovers only! Be prepared to wait - they don't accept reservations - but you cannot go wrong by saying the magic word: "omakase."
  • Debbie L.
    Debbie LeightJuly 22, 2010
    Get the omakaze! This place is to die for.
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