Sushi Delivery with UberEATS in San Francisco

November 6, 2017  /  United States  /  San Francisco  /  On the Menu

It doesn’t get any faster or fresher than this: SanFrancisco sushi, delivered with UberEATS . Try one of these five great spots to get a taste of San Francisco’s inventive take on this modern classic.

  1. Yuubi Japanese This contemporary Japanese spot serving up an array of delicious sushi and other classic fare from noodles to grilled meats has been a longtime favorite among university students and employees of the nearby medical centers in Inner Richmond. The owner, Ricky, still regularly works the floor of Yuubi, greeting patrons with a smile. If you want to explore beyond the standards, check out the chef specials, which include such bold dishes as the “Midnight Oyster,” an oyster on the half shell with sea urchin, quail egg and ikura. (501 Balboa St, San Francisco, CA 94118)
  1. Blowfish Sushi Blowfish is a San Francisco staple that has been offering innovative sushi dishes backdropped by techno on the speakers and televisions with Japanese anime on repeat. Despite the lively, in-restaurant vibes, the menu designed by renowned chef-owner Ritsuo Tsuchida (Ritsu) is what has truly made this one of the Bay Area’s most celebrated sushi spots for the past two decades. While Blowfish does offer classic sushi rolls, it’s really the inventive dishes that deserve to be tried. The “To Die For” is an irresistible sautéed lobster roll topped with braised filet mignon & shiitake mushrooms with a wasabi mascarpone; While “The Beauty” features squid ink-infused sushi rice, tempura scallops and fresh crab. (2170 Bryant St, San Francisco, CA 94110)
  1. Katana-ya Before San Francisco became known for its creative Asian fusion cuisine, Katana-ya was serving up sushi and ramen from its cramped, busy basement spot to downtown locals in the know. There’s a reason why there is always a line out the door here. While this old-school spot made a name for itself with its noodles in rich, tasty broths, their sushi menu is top-notch, delivering classic rolls and sashimi that will transport your tastebuds directly to Japan. (422 Geary St. San Francisco, CA 94102)
  1. Sakesan A relative newcomer to the sushi scene in San Francisco, Sakesan combines Japanese cuisine with a sleek, in-house karaoke space. Enjoy their modernized menu, serving up traditional sushi rolls next to appetizers like their Jalapeno Poppers that are filled with a spicy-tuna for a bit of a pan-Asian twist. Try the “Gambler Roll,” which wraps white tuna in salmon and pineapple with a house-made sauce for a prime example of Sakesan’s inventive sushi fusion. (626 Clement St, San Francisco, CA 94118)
  1. Futo There may be no better example of the type of Asian fusion that San Francisco is known for than Futo. A self-proclaimed “Burrito and Poke Bar,” the ingenious idea behind this Mission District hot spot is to take sushi and marry it with the Bay Area’s love for burritos. Patrons can pick between two styles—burrito or Poke (bowl)—and then to choose the fillings and sauce they want combined for a funky, but delicious twist on sushi. (3224 22nd St, San Francisco, CA 94110)
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