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Hashiri offers a culinary journey through authentic kaiseki and traditional edomae sushi. Our fish is privately imported from Tokyo's Tsukiji Market so you will enjoy the highest quality ingredients as if you were in Tokyo. The menu changes monthly to showcase the best of each season’s fishes and vegetables. Our tasting menu options are:
* 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.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Japanese, Kaiseki, Sushi
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday. Seating times: 5:30pm, 6:45pm, 8:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Public parking at the corner of 5th & Market streets
Muni & Bart: Powell Station
Chef Aoki & Chef Mekaru
Private Party Facilities:
Hashiri is elegant with colorful eye-catching modern art throughout. It is a beautiful space for a business dinner, bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, or company social event. We have a sushi bar for 9 guests, and tables that can accommodate up to 25. We have a private dining room that can seat 10.
Private Party Contact:
Myra Lopez: (415) 908-1919
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For special events please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hashiri Ratings and Reviews
Everything was good, just not great. A few of the kaiseki dishes, the wagyu, the dashi soup, were excellent. Other tastes of the five course kaiseki emerged to great but others were perfunctory. Sushi courses were all excellent but finally boring. Wanted to like it but better choices abound.
I have eaten at just about every Japanese restaurant in the Bay Area, and I can say with confidence that this is, by far, the best. In fact, it is so good that I honestly worry if it is sustainable in the long term. Food is without exception sensational. Sake pairing is the best I have every experienced, both in terms of variety and value. Service is impeccable, with every service personale knowimg the dishes / sakes they were serving inside out. All in all, I couldn't find a flaw. Absolutely perfect.
The food disappoints. We were somewhat shocked by how normal/poor the food tasted given the restaurant's Michelin 1-star rating and the price tag.
We chose the 6-course prix fixe. At least two of the courses were extremely salty, and a few pieces of the (12-piece) Omakase had strong fishy smell, which is arguably very rare even for neighborhood Japanese sushi eateries!
We let the waiter know about some of the problems but received no real response.
All that said, the service and ambiance were good. The restaurant staff prepared some thoughtful birthday gifts for my guest.
I am a Japanese and great fish lover. I grow up by the sea and ate fresh fishes since then.
I had 12 nigiri dinner. When I had a first byte of nigiri, it knocked me down. Fish are very sweet. It perfectly aged. Uni remind me the ones I caught by myself at near br my home town, but tastes much better than that.
I like the atmosphere with few customers in the restaurant.
Holy cow. From start to finish this was one of the more amazing meals of our lives. There were nine courses (and in our case, nine sake pairings), of which the first course was an assortment of dishes and the penultimate course was 9 Nigiri (plus a couple more delights; we couldn't resist adding on). The pairings were top-notch. Each dish was perfect. I have a hard time leaving a detailed review because everything was simply perfect. Lots of in-depth information provided about each sake, each dish was explained well, service was there when you needed it (and not when it wasn't). Transition between different staff was fluid and effortless. Just. Completely. Awesome.
This was a very special japanese restaurant with a Kiyoto influence. The emphasis is
on quite creative food plus a well-chosen choice of sakes and exemplary selection
of wines. Expensive by any measure and probably more a special occasion treat
than an everyday spot. Extremely attentive service.
Hashiri is the finest sushi restaurant in San Francisco. A number of great ones have appeared in the last few years, but Hashiri sets an entirely new standard for service and style, as well as diversity of over the top fabulous food offerings. The sake list is exquisite. And the attention to guest preferences (and how the entire staff remembers such preferences at subsequent visits) exceeds any multi Michelin star rated restaurant I have frequented.
Wow, what a fantastic experience it was. Their food is not only incredibly beautiful but also shockingly delicious. I can’t believe I can eat such a serious and amazing Kaiseki ryorui outside of Japan. I love to live in San Francisco, but this meal made me realize how wonderful Japan where I was born and grew up is and how much we appreciate seasonal ingredients and both simplicity and complexity of food. I definitely enjoyed the taste of spring.
My partner is vegetarian. They made an incredible vegan tasting menu (with vegetarian dessert) for him. I did the regular tasting menu. We both love our meal so much that we have already booked a table again. (They seem to change the menu every month.)
Service was also TOP NOTCH. Everybody was extremely nice and helpful for us to enjoy our time as much as possible.
Sake pairing was a good deal, and it really went well with each course.
Hashiri is definitely one of the best restaurant in San Francisco!
Absolutely the best dining experience we've ever had -- and we've eaten in some very fine restaurants through the years. There were five of us and we all felt the same way. The food was the most amazing experience, and with the saki pairing, it made it that more exceptional. We very much enjoyed the staff -- they were very friendly, kind, and very well informed/educated and added to our experience in the most positive way. This was a most perfect dinner experience ever!!
The food, service and sake pairing were amazing. This was the best Japanese meal I have ever had, hands down. The sake pairing was exquisite with many interesting nuances that I have never tasted before. The whole experience was incredible, worth the $1200 price tag.
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