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499 Dolores St (at 18th St)
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States
(map) (415) 431-6268
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The chefs do the usual sourcing from local farms but, in an unusual slant, have commissioned farmer Kristyn Leach to grow exclusively for them on a one-acre plot at Baia Nicchia Farm in Sunol, where she's raising ra...
Virginia Miller
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  • "
    The clean, narrow space suggests a polished, rustic aesthetic, with a large, darkwood "gaji" (branch) winding its way across the ceiling.

    Serious eats
    84
  • "
    We were a little dumbfounded at the diminutive portion size of the Asparagus, onsen Egg, duck ham, cured halibut roe & duck fat ($20). It was delicious, a classic combination of spring flavors, but that was it, an egg and asparagus for $20

    foodhoe.com
    87
  • "
    After some sake and a glass of what was dubbed the "best oyster wine on the planet" ($10), I was happy to dip my chopsticks into whatever landed in front of me.

    sfweekly.com
    85
  • "
    The chefs do the usual sourcing from local farms but, in an unusual slant, have commissioned farmer Kristyn Leach to grow exclusively for them on a one-acre plot at Baia Nicchia Farm in Sunol, where she's raising rare Korean chiles and herbs — quite a treat.

    sfbg.com
    88
  • "
    The selection of proprietary and natural wines, for which Casey is an identified expert, is impressive for a list and location of this modest size

    gayot.com
    85
  • "
    During happy hour, the Seitoku junmai ginjo sake goes for $6, and there are always soju shots for $2.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    82
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    There is an open kitchen, a long communal table, and scattered small tables and seating along the window and kitchen. The seats were backless stools, which were a little uncomfortable, but probably necessary given the small footprint of the restaurant.

    testerfoodblog
    86