Naked Fish is located on Chestnut Street in San Francisco, California, and offers an extensive menu of soups, salads and sushi rolls. The large menu offers a wide variety of fish, beef, chicken, and vegetarian dishes such as hamachi kama, beef teriyaki, naked lettuce cup, and wakame salad.
In addition to classic Japanese dishes, Naked Fish offers many popular signature rolls such as the autumn delight roll, the snow whole roll, and the Tokyo breeze roll. It even offers classic Japanese desserts such as mochi, green tea ice cream, and black sesame ice cream. Naked Fish has proven to be an excellent place to bring your friends and family if you are looking for a great place to eat in the San Francisco area.
mixed green salad served in ginger dressing
Naked Fish Roll
Unagi, avocado roll topped with yellowtail, tuna, shiso and wrapped in soy paper
When we arrived, they had no record of our reservation from Open Table. Then, when I showed our confirmation , they did a good job in trying to get us seated although the restaurant was very full. What do you think happened that they had no record of our reservation?
Good sushi for really good price. The service was amazing, so attentive and patient always came by to check on us. Love Naked Fish
Food was fine but uninspired. Good for getting your Japanese food fix if you're not expecting anything special.
Good quality sushi, some interesting and unusual combinations.
Highly recommend!! Chefs know what they doo! Other people complained about noise lewel, but that comes from customers them selves.
I’ve been to better Sushi places in the City.
The food is ok, but nothing outstanding.
Service was slow.
Noise level energetic is an understatement. I know it’s Saturday night. Big parties. All drinking. But if you have no choice ...smallish dining room. Good food was the plus
The restaurant looked almost booked online but was very quiet when we arrived (6:30pm on a Tuesday). Atmosphere was not lively or fun - we were sat in the back area and it was actually really quiet which felt awkward. The service was fine, but the food was below expectations. We ordered several rolls and felt the fish was only average on all four rolls. We would not return.
We had a party of 7 and were there 90 minutes before closing time. The staff really tried to rush us out of there. Not certain what the hurry could have been as they were still open 30 minutes when we left.
Prices online were significantly cheaper than the menu prices at the restaurant.
Overall positive experience. Really liked the sushi.
Naked Fish is one my favorite lunch spots. The food is great, and one of our favorite dishes in the city is the "Autumn Delight" sushi roll. Never stop making it, because it's just to die for. I also love that they are one of the few Japanese restaurants that actually offers a larger sized green salad, with delicious dressing I might add. I also appreciate the happy hour specials. Good times!
Waited over an hour to get one of the first rolls we ordered out of six total. We ended up having to cancel the last three rolls because it had been about two hours already and needed to leave. Very bummed about the dinner experience.
This was NYE, so gotta give a bit of leeway. Service was slow and spotty. Food came up disjointed. Took a while to get first drinks. Place was loud, but there were groups of people obviously in party mode. They did give us a nice booth, but felt out of place as a couple. Fish was good, but preparation seemed rushed, the Hamachi was not cut the whole way through, had to tear it with our chopsticks. Hard time getting waitstaff attention to order additional food.
Naked Fish is wonderful. It is a peaceful and quiet oasis in a city with a lot going on. The food is great, the quiet music is heavenly and the atmosphere is awesome. Highly recommend.
Way too loud. Other patrons shrieking and making tons on noise.
Naked Fish was excellent. We were in town for six evenings and chose six restaurants, but the cumulative effect was too much. Instead, we cancelled the sixth restaurant and returned to Naked Fish for a meal that fills but doesn't overwhelm. We especially liked the gyoza and agadashi tofu. My spouse enjoyed various types of sushi, and I had salmon teriyaki . Yummy!
The sushi was some of the worst that I’ve had in a long time... a do not return for us
Excellent service and great food/value. Neighborhood gem for sure.
restaurant smelled like mildew. The food was mediocre. There was a giant cobweb hanging above our table. We told them when we noticed it toward the end of our meal. We still got a huge bill. Will never go back.
Everything was fresh and tasty.
It wasn’t crowded for a Friday night. I was able to have a conversation with my friend without screaming until a group of people arrived and a guy in particular was extremely loud. Overall it was a good experience. I will go back for sure.
The food was good but this is not inexpensive. Good but not good enough that I would hurry back for.
Love this local spot. Great sushi at a good price- pretty much a neighborhood go to spot
Dinner with my 8 yr old; she loved the cucumber sushi but not so much the grilled chicken
My assortment of sushi was excellent for the price
Great for groups.
We got a last minute reservation on a busy Sunday night and found a parking space on Chestnut! Food and service was good. Will come back.
I love the happy hour here (everyday 4:30-6:30). The service is amazing and they are so friendly and attentive. They come by before it ends to make sure you don't want to add anything else before the price changes. Love the crunchy California rolls! And the rainbow roll and California rolls! The warm saki is $4 and it was every bit worth it. Not too busy and quiet enough to hold a conversation and catch up with friends. We got there early and they seated us right away.
Only negative - there were a few gnats flying around.
Awful food and poor service and didn't get one item we ordered.
Sushi is very good, but people drinking shots and screaming make a terrible noise and ruin the dining experience
Good food but didn't like being charged for a refill on a fountain-drawn Coke.
Fresh, good but they"forgot" half our order and the wait once we raised the issue was too long.
Our meal at Naked Fish was very good. They had some interesting menu items, and everything we ordered was good. I can't rate the items we ordered on a level with similarly priced sushi places in LA (with which I'm more familiar). But it was definitely a place we would eat again.
We came on Valentines day, which might be their busiest day of the year. So our food took a while in coming. But the waiters were very gracious and did their best to get our meal out as quickly as possible.
I made a reservation here for a group of 8. They easily accommodated our group size with a nice table in the back. They took our drink order pretty fast but took awhile to come back to take our order for food. Once they did the service was fast and the food was great! All the rolls were good sized and really delicious.
I loved the BBQ albacore. The sushi rolls were great. Wait staff was attentive. I am not fond of sushi as my sole diner option but my family loves it so we came here. I had miso soup and beef teriyaki and was highly satisfied with the meal. Was appreciative that the hostess seated us in a place that I could hear the table conversations
This place was so good! We were visiting from NJ and went here for my boyfriends birthday. It was near our hotel and right on Chestnut so we could go get some drinks after as well. Naked Fish was such a great place! Food was amazing, Im still thinking about the hamachi carpachio I had as well as the rolls. My bfs food was also amazing. He got the seafood tacos as an app and we were shocked by how huge they were. Service was great, food came out so quickly. Everyone was very friendly. I def recommend this place
Not only the best sushi in SLC but also all of the tapas style appetizers that I have tried have been outstanding. The only negative is the atmosphere which is cold and stark (as opposed to Takashi which is not nearly as good but is always bustling and has a great ambience).
Some friends were in town from San Jose for a quick lunch so I made reservations at Naked Fish so they could see Chestnut Street but eat somewhere we didn't have to yell at each other to catch up. Meal was very reasonably priced and the ambiance was great, I think we made most of the noise to be honest. Great wine selection and everything from the Poke to rolls were yummy. We will likely be back!
No wonder they were the only restaurant available on a Friday night, three hours before the reservation time. Food was subpar, service was even less accommodating, and the price didn't match what we received at all. Won't be back.
First of all, this place gets LOUD at night when big groups arrive to share lots of excellent sushi. If you can handle the noise level, don't be shy. Beer & wine is either reasonable or actually CHEAP, which is lovely. We stayed away from sake cocktails, started with miso soup & edamame, and proceeded to devour 8-10 rolls (a party of five). Each was wonderful, except there was one we didn't love (the Red Caterpillar, only because the sauce on top reminded us too much of ketchup). Our faves were the Naked Fish Roll, the Godzilla, the Marina Angel, and the Fire Cracker Balls. I can't wait to go back!
Made reservations for 7pm, got there early, they did not check for reservations for a table instead asked if we wanted to sit at the bar.
Ordered beer and came within 5 min, then placed 4 dishes of sushi and waited almost 45 min to arrive. The 2 tables on each side came in after us and had larger orders and 2 extra people yet were mostly done eating when I got up to ask what happened to our order.
Since this was our first date, it was a little embarassing expecting more professionalism.
I would come back, but not immediately since the food was well prepared. We actually decided
to go somewhere else for dessert in fear of waiting again.
Naked Fish offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (415) 771-1168.
Naked Fish is rated 4.1 stars by 52 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.