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Taraval Okazu Ya Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant$
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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1735 Taraval St San Francisco, CA 94116
1735 Taraval StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94116
(415) 759-6850
$Japanese Restaurant, Sushi Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Bar
Asian Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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Small but bustling Japanese restaurant serving sushi rolls, nigiri, sashimi & cooked entrees.- Google
"If your sick, tired, happy, or craving a hearty soup, order the NABEYAKI!"
"This place is very run of the mill generic Japanese food."
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Jenn W
3 months ago
I've been coming to this restaurant since I was a child. Michael is dedicated to great flavors! Sushi rolls (all types!), raw oysters, and any of the fried fish dishes are a must. It's not the best decorated, but you feel at home. And Michael and his crew are always welcoming and friendly. It's great food and portions for a great price.
Barbara Pierce
9 months ago
I have been coming here for 25 years and even though we have moved 30 minutes away, it is still our top choice for sushi. We especially love their butterfish dish and the fact that our family can eat a really fulfilling meal there without going into debt! As a California roll and kani lover, I judge sushi places by whether they use real crab and how much they charge for it. Their crab is always real, fresh and reasonable. Go!
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Felix Remennik
a year ago
Nice, lively, Japanese place that's good for a weekday family outing. Their rolls are quite nice, and the bento boxes are a great deal for people that don't like raw fish cuisine. It sometimes gets a bit busy, but I've never had a problem with lagging service. Staff are polite and friendly. I go back here every now and again and it's always a nice experience, and a good value.
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Eddie Chan
a year ago
This place is very run of the mill generic Japanese food. While it's probably not the worst that I've had I don't think there's anything to make this place stand out. Went here a few weeks ago and had horrible service. The menu was sticky, food was cold, fish wasn't fresh. I ordered the soft shelled crab/grilled salmon dinner box and the crab came cold (I don't know when it was fried). I will never go here again. You might as well hit up safeway for some pre-packed sushi. Same quality. I guess I can't really expect much from a Chinese owned and operated Japanese restaurant.
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Hal Sossner
7 months ago
so great. sit at the bar, order everything, smile. so fresh, expertly sliced, chefs welcoming. cooked butterfish entree, as great as the sushi.
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Damjan Stulic
a year ago
Great local restaurant. There are better ramen places and there are better sushi places, but this is a really really good local choice. Ramen was good, sushi was good. Menu was confusing for a white guy...
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Caleena Lee
a year ago
This restaurant has good Japanese food. I like the stuff they have on the whiteboard. I usually get the chilean sea bass and the dragon roll (with no avocado). I kind wish that they list the prices on the sushi list. Most of the stuff on the whiteboard come on a sizzling hot plate with a bowl of rice, miso soup, and ice cream.
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손영진
11 months ago
Poor quality of service and food. Never order donburi.