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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

The Five Best Meat Sushi Offerings in S.F.

Posted By on Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 12:45 PM

click to enlarge Tataki's Early Bird is the best meat sushi roll in town.
  • Tataki's Early Bird is the best meat sushi roll in town.
Where's the beef? Sushi rolls are not just for fish anymore. We've noticed a meaty trend in S.F.'s numerous sushi restaurants, and while it isn't always the best idea, these five sure hit the spot:

1. Early Bird Roll (filet mignon, avocado, asparagus, and pineapple) at Tataki (2815 California at Divisadero)

2. Fort Point Roll (Kobe beef, asparagus, avocado, fried shallots, and garlic ponzu) at Tokyo Go Go (3174 16th St.)
3. Lamb Apple Sushi (lamb, apple, and cherry balsamic sauce) at Kabuto (5121 Geary at 15th Ave.)

click to enlarge Roast beef nigiri from Delica rf-1.
  • Roast beef nigiri from Delica rf-1.
4. Roast Beef Sushi (Meyer Ranch beef, arugula, shallots, and radish) at Delica rf-1 (1 Ferry Bldg at Embarcadero)

5. 7 in the Morning Roll (bacon, avocado, smoked salmon, and sundried tomato) at Sushi Hunter (1701 Powell at Union)

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