Nancy Einhart | August 12, 2011 12:45 pmYes, it's basically just a big ol' sushi roll, but if you love sushi as much as I do, Sushirrito (59 New Montgomery St., 415-495-7655) is a must stop. I've been avoiding the lunchtime hot spot since it opened in January, because the lines out the door rival those of The Sentinel down the block. But yesterday, I finally braved the still-long lines, and I couldn't have been happier.Read More
Julia Millay Walsh | July 10, 2011 10:31 pmYou don't have to be a member of the Steve Aoki fan club to venture South of Market after dark. Add "nightclub" to your list of favorite haunts without donning an LBD and sit down for $15 for $30 worth of sustainable sushi and drinks at Ki Sushi, located in Temple nightclub.
Serving only fish that are safe to eat and taking care to source locally and curate seasonal menus, Ki Sushi reinvents traditional Japanese cuisine with a modern, eco-conscious attitude and the help of consultant Casson Trenor, author of Sustainable Sushi. From the yuba-wrapped dungeness crabcakes to the kurobuta pork gyoza to the tonkatsu curry pork sliders, Ki offers something savory, sweet, spicy, and simply sushi to satisfy all of your cravings. Paired with Haamonii soju-based cocktails like the Thai One On, with strawberry and basil, and the raw ginger tonic, the eats go down easy.Read More
Julia Millay Walsh | May 12, 2011 7:02 pmYou don't have to be a member of the Steve Aoki fan club to venture South of Market after dark. Thanks to Ki Sushi, which opened Friday in Temple (450 Howard St., 415-978-9942), now you can integrate the word "nightclub" into your list of favorite haunts without putting on an LBD and four-inch heels. I had the chance to attend the soft opening of the new izakaya (code for Japanese watering holes that serve food) last Thursday and was wildly impressed.Read More