* Omakase Edomae Sushi - 4 kobachi and 12 Edomae nigiri ($175) Tuesday - Thursday only.
* Omakase Kaiseki and Edomae Sushi - 9 course kaiseki and 9 Edomae nigiri ($250)
* Exclusive Curated Kaiseki and Edomae Sushi Menu at Chef’s Table ($500) Tuesday - Thursday only. 2 weeks notice required.
* Vegetarian/Vegan menu is available on request. 2 weeks notice required.
Tuesday - Saturday.
Seating times: 5:30pm, 6:45pm, 8:00pm
Amazing food and excellent service but it isn’t inexpensive so be aware!
One of the best meals of the year. They deserve 2 stars.
Terrible sushi. Even worse than take out food. Embarrassing for a place like this and the price they charge. We tired the $250 option. The value is less than $100. Strongly recommend avoiding this one unless they improve the sushi side. Super disappointed tonight
We sat at the sushi counter with the head chef. The service is unparalleled— we have dined previously for dinner engagements and special occasions and they remember us by name. The food is of the highest quality and it feels very Tokyo. Their wine list is extraordinary— really curated for special vintages that pair with the beautiful fish and also are unavailable— I know as we’ve tried to purchase vintages experienced there and they are very hard to find!
First I have to say chef Yugo is really welcome and fun conversation, the fishes are really good then other omakase I have been to, but the sauce for Kaiseki is too salty, the sauce the paste under Wagyu beef is horrible.... makes the Wagyu beef taste like Peking duck
The servers are all enthusiasm, keep eyes on each table and counter.
This place worth a try, but a little bit noise, it might be because there has 3 people celebrating their birthday.
Overall this is a great experience, I have been to 8 places in San Francisco but haven’t find any favorite omakase yet, but this can be in the top 3 from what I have had before.
Again really appreciate chef Yugo.
Love Hashiri - the best place in SF! Thank you Hashiri for making our night so special.
Very high end Japanese sushi and Kaiseke with season menus. Delightful for very special occasions as expensive but amazing service and food.
I had high expectation for this place. In short, I won't pay more than $100 for their $250 course.
I've been to many michelin star restaurants as well as high-end sushi restaurants in Tokyo. I don't mind
paying $500 if it's good. Unfortunately, their food is waaay below those places. To be honest,
I have no idea why they received one star.
Perfect for special occasions and authentic Japanese dining experience. This recent anniversary and birthday we celebrated at Hashiri, which was reminiscent of our Tokyo food tour. The staff delivered nothing less than impeccable Michelin star service and attention to detail. The ambiance is intimate and modern with color and image changing panels that adorn the ceiling. We enjoyed a 9 course tasting menu with the sake pairing. Each course was well balanced, seasonally based, creative and delicious. For our Nigiri course, we moved from the tables to the sushi bar to witness the artisan crafting of our sushi chef of each melt-in-your-mouth piece that brought us flashbacks of the freshest fish we savored from the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo. Treat yourself to authentic Japanese experience at Hashiri.
Hands down the best dining experience we've ever had. The omakase only menu may seem pricey but we left full and feeling like we got a great deal. The staff is extremely attentive and especially knowledgeable without showing off. Be prepared for a 2-2.5 hour seating to fully relax and enjoy. Could not recommend Hashiri any more.
The Omakase was good. Ngiri was excellent. I loved the fish options that were given to us. Service was also excellent.
Wow! Transformative meal. Completely unique. Fantastic
Great service, good food well presented but the ambience wasn’t comfortable for me. Modern interior felt almost chilly and oddly non-inviting. Their choice of table and chair did not help. Music - 70-80 American soft rock played out a bit loudly - bothered me intensely. I would have preferred soft jazz or no music. Interior lighting was too bright for my taste. Price was fair for the quality of food and artistic presentation.
A must have experience in a world of so many options.
Lovely wine and excellent sommelier
Service great, food was ok compared to other michelin starred sushi places in SF
This restaurant is not to be missed. If you want a fresh, authentic, amazing sushi experience, you will be completely satisfied.
Exquisite food, impeccable service.. would have liked a little I put into sushi selection, but memorable
Authentic Japanese experience. It's very expensive but worth the occasional slurge.
Where do I start? The whole Kaiseki and Omakase experienced has just completely taken us back to Japan. Every single dish was sensational, with the simplicity but exquisite texture and taste of the ingredients, fresh fish/shellfish just simply outstanding, it made and left us speechless. The knowledge and how the Chefs has treated the ingredients with an utterly high respect, how they have presented every single dish as a picture of divinity/exquisity/integrity and pride on plate, Bravo!!! This is where I can honestly say, we’ve left our hearts in San Francisco... We cannot thank you enough for looking after us and making sure that we’ve had a fabulous night! X
Absolutely incredible!!!! Wow... what an experience! Birthday dinner with over 10 courses, flights of high-end sake, lasting 5 and a half hours. Stunning service acccompanied by exquisite luxury.
I would go as far to say that this is not only the best sushi experience that I have had, but it is also the best dining experience. The staff is extremely attentive and friendly. When I saw the chef (who has been a sushi chef for over 40 years) grinding wasabi with shark skin, I knew that this dinner was going to be as authentic and special as it gets. I strongly suggest the sake pairing as Ken knows exactly what sake should go with each course and he and the staff will give every detail you want to know about the sake from who made it, where it comes from to what you will experience from beginning to end. Each course from Hashiri is layered with flavor and tells a story. I strongly recommend this place if you want your mind blown and love food. It's special for sure.
It was the best Sushi experience in the West Coast!!!
Loved it. Ken took very good care of us. Presentation very good.
Exceptional food, well prepared. The best Toro I have ever had - it melted in my mouth. Please opt for the sake pairings - they are expertly selected and a perfect complement to an outstanding meal.
Phenomenal service - had two sake sommeliers, master sushi chef and more waiting on us.
I've been to Hashiri 3 times now, it is hands down my favorite Sushi restaurant. Service, food, and atmosphere are amazing
The experience is fantastic. Awesome food and service. Absolutely 5 star.
Terrible sushi. Way overpriced. Good service staff. But. Terrible sushi.
Awesome. Great time at the bar.
This must be the 6-7th time we have been here and it never disappoints. The Kaseki part of the dinner is always exciting as the menu changes with the season and the sushi part of the dinner is always the freshest and most delicious fish from Japan. The staff is extremely professional and attentive, I have been to Michelin 3 Stars restaurant which has lesser service than the staff at Hashiri. Cannot recommend more and will be coming again soon.
BTW, I stopped eating sushi at random local "Japanese" restaurants anymore and save my sushi cravings for places like Hashiri.
It is a wonderful restaurant with great service, ambiance, and the food was excellent.
The nigiri serving was the best sushi I’ve ever eaten. The crossover dishes that was served before that were beautiful but not the best tastewise.
Truly fantastic experience. Amazing food. Will definitely return.
The staff was extremely nice and professional the food was a little too fishy for us. Especially paying more for dinner than we ever have. And didn’t get a choice of what to eat.
Weekend omakase was great. Go with the sake pairing. It’s a celebration, right?
When you finish omakase, take the chef’s rec and order the gizzard shad.
Then order the scallop and then another gizzard shad for everyone.
Order the chef a beer. Suntory is good.
Some things you only experience the first time once.
The food was a combination of hit and miss, some things were amazing but they managed to completely destroy caviar taste. The desert was a combination of too dry and way too squishy jelly. The super trendy music and non traditional Japanese setting do not fit the small space with so few tables. You can get away with it if you have a huge space but not this. Homeless upfront, and way too overprices. There are many cheaper (1/2) price restaurants that serve better food.