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Kiss Seafood
Seafood Restaurant$$$$
Today 5:30 – 9:30 pm
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1700 Laguna St San Francisco, CA 94115
1700 Laguna StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94115
$$$$Seafood Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Today 5:30 – 9:30 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:30 – 9:30 pmThursday 5:30 – 9:30 pmFriday 5:30 – 9:30 pmSaturday 5:30 – 9:30 pmSunday Closed
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The chef & his wife oversee this 12-seat space, offering sushi and omakase (chef's choice) dinners.- Google
"Decent value, but not the most distinctive dishes I've had in Omakase."
"A mix of traditional Japanese cuisine and fresh fish."
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jeff dunham
a month ago
Expensive but wow good food in an intimate atmosphere with an exacting chef and good service.
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Oishii Moments
9 months ago
* Food: o Presentation: Yes! I love this place! We sat at the bar the last time we went and were able to watch the chef work his magic, it was wonderful! (5/5) o Temperature: Hot! (5/5) o Quality: #1! (5/5) o Dishes ordered: Omakase. o Tastiest dish: Everything! (5/5) * Server: o Attentive: Yes! (5/5) o Knowledgeable: Yes! (5/5) o Friendliness: This place has amazing service! (5/5) * Restaurant: o Atmosphere: This place is reservations only and sits a maximum of about 8 people? It felt very exclusive! What a wonderful place. (5/5) o Cleanliness: Very organized and clean. (5/5) o Cost vs. value: Expensive! (3/5) * Will I revisit restaurant? Yes, I will revisit! This is my #1 favorite Japanese restaurant! I love everything here!
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Kim Nguyen
a year ago
My Take: food tasting without an emphasis on the sushi || Went For: Thursday night dinner || The Vibe: sushi and food taster devotees || Special Dish: Omakase || Avoid Their: Omakase || Price Point: $60 or 72 per person || The Service: one chef, one server -= quite a dynamic duo || Reservations: YES YES YES, there's a maximum of 8 tables inside || FYI, FRIENDS: this is my first omakase experience, but I thought there wasn't enough sushi (raw fish) -- Eat up, Kimmie
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Nicholle Yu
2 years ago
What an excellent find this sushi place was. If I could kiss the chef I would (YES ITS THAT GOOD). however, it is really really pricey. My boyfriend proposed to me here. The staff was so accommodating and generous. I love it
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Thomas Wysocki
9 months ago
Really cute husband and wife run restaurant, with an excellent Omakase which includes some of the best sushi and sashimi pieces. Decent value, but not the most distinctive dishes I've had in Omakase.
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Alena Milutina
6 months ago
Love it! Amazing experience and delicious food
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Nalani Ngoon Warde
a year ago
Hands down: this was the best sushi/seafood either my husband or I have ever had. It's a tiny little place, with just two people working (I believe a husband and wife duo). We each had the Chef's Special Omakase. Every bite was amazing. For the price ($60/person) this meal can't be beat. When I think about other really special meals we've had in San Francisco (Gary Danko, Benu, Aziza) this one beats all of the aforementioned restaurants on value. Placing that aside, I still think that even though Kiss offers a great value for your money, the quality of the food was on par with the best of what San Francisco has to offer in restaurants.
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Kira Keating
a year ago
Kiss Seafood has some of the freshest fish you will find in the city but it is not your typical sushi bar. It is subdued, authentic, literally just a husband and wife, and very Japanese. I got the the special Omakase menu and was very pleased. The place is extremely tiny and only open 5 days a week for a couple of hours at night so you must get a reservation. There are only two tables and enough room at the sushi bar to fit 6. Don't come here if you expect modern sushi rolls. This place is very traditional and all about the fresh fish.
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