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722 Pine St. (17th St.) Send to Phone
805-227-4860 | Menu
Extensive selection of sashimi and sushi, and plenty of specialty hand rolls.

Lunch Tues.-Sat., Dinner Tues.-Sun.

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Goshi Restaurant Review

: If you’re looking for new-school sushi rolls, Goshi probably won’t fit your bill. This is more of an old-school spot that focuses on traditional dishes and fresh sashimi offerings such as raw local abalone and halibut. You’ll still find California rolls, salmon skin rolls, and the like, and many are complemented by a spicy signature sauce made with chili paste, soy, house-made ponzu and mayo. Among our favorites on the rest of the menu are the teriyaki beef, albacore tataki and chicken udon. Dessert choices consist of green tea ice cream, red bean ice cream and mochi. For beverages, enjoy a draft Kirin beer, other bottled beers, saké and local wines. Note: The restaurant closes between lunch and dinner.


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