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Ju-ni

1335 Fulton St., #101 (Divisadero St.) Send to Phone
Omakase-style sushi made from fish flown in from the famed Tsukiji Market in Tokyo.

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Dinner nightly
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Ju-ni, San Francisco, CA

Ju-ni Restaurant Review

: Executive chef Geoffrey Lee serves 17 courses of omakase at this diminutive NoPa sushi counter, which seats just twelve diners (ju-ni means twelve in Japanese). Most of the fish on offer is flown in from the famed Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, and prepared using a combination of old-world technique and new-world ingredients. There are two reservation-only seatings nightly, at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., with a strict cancellation policy. There is no à la carte menu; the omakase only menu is $118 per person.
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