TamashiSoul Sushi Bar
Tamashi Soul is located on 1849 Union St. in the heart of Cow Hollow. Union St. has a long history of great restaurants and we hope to uphold that tradition.
Using the freshest ingredients we aim to take a contemporary approach to traditional Japanese cuisine.
Music is way too loud, service was not good and food was mediocre.
The sushi was really fresh and the atmosphere was very nice. We had torched salmon, Uni, and Wagyu. The most disappointing thing was that we found a bone in our torched salmon. After I told a waitress about it, they told me they would let someone know. They forgot about us until the waiter came with the next dish and I had to remind them again.
Great sushi, great price, perfect casual double date spot!
We were surprised the food was awful. Even the salad tasted bad - I don't think it was washed. We ordered salads, soup, potstickers and sushi. Both of us took a couple of bites of everything and left most of the food. I rarely leave a restaurant hungry with food on my plate. After we left, I went home and ate. I don't understand how this restaurant can serve so bad sushi and survive in San Francisco.
I loved the food and overall feel of the place, however, I felt pressured to quickly order and get out. The waitress checked in every few minutes which was too much. The place quickly became packed and very loud where it was impossible to have a conversation. They were very accommodating to my celiac and outside of the above it was a good experience.
The menu should mention when a fish has spicy sauce in a roll. Also, $7 for a bowl of plain edaname is a bit high. I have never had a spider roll with tempura shrimp instead of soft shelled crab.
Please hire servers who understand and speak English a lot better.
A great find in our neighborhood ! A new fave.
Okay spot but much too loud for a group of seven girlfriends to catch up. Food was good (loved the edamame) but not great, especially for the price point.
They changed the menu and prices and now it’s crazy expensive and not much has changed with the food. Very disappointing
Great appetizers and sushi, excellent service!
The food was some of the better sushi I have had in the Bay Area. Nothing overwhelmingly amazing but definitely a great dinner spot for date night, catching up with a friend, or just grabbing a drink and a few items to share for happy hour. Formal/casual blend where you can dress nicely but also can stop by after a yoga class (which we did).
Good food and service, but elbow to elbow seating and deafening noise level was not our style
Everything great but just too loud.
Food was delicious. Fish was fresh and creatively prepared. Prices were very reasonable. The noise level was deafening though and really detracted us from enjoying our meal overall because we couldn’t hear each other across the table.
AMAZING sushi, 10/10 would recommend for any occasion.
Fish is fresh but the rice was stale
Brittany is the best
In City for vacation, and saw this on open table. Great choice! I highly recommend this restaurant for those whom are in search of great fresh sushi. Talked with local patrons and enjoyed their friendly conversation and recommendations for sight seeing in the area.
Friendly service. Excellent very fresh fish. Great flavors in the rolls.
San Fran is so expensive. So nice finding reasonably priced good sushi!
Inventive rolls and great service. Felt the sauce application on the rolls was a bit liberal.
My friend and I met there after I got off work on Friday. Granted we ordered quite a bit of stuff but our sushi took forever to come out. All of the tables that came in after us were fed & gone by the time we finished.
But on a positive note the sushi delish! We did 3 rolls & a hamachi carpaccio. We had the Red Hot Snapper, Crunch Dragon & Spider Man. I think the Crunch Dragon was my fav! The sushi was very fresh.
Didn't know this hidden gem has been 3 blocks away from me for a year & a half. I will definitely be going back a lot!
Excellent sushi and a very good value for sushi. Try the tuna carpaccio and the house specialty rolls.
Fresh fish has to be a must for sashimi dishes. Otherwise, big issue.
My fiancee and I love going to TamashiSoul Sushi. Great sushi at a decent value.
It was 50 degrees outside and the whole dining room was freezing. They should have offered something as an apology. The rainbow roll was all one color.....something is amiss here...
The restaurant did not live up to its reviews. OK sushi that was quite fresh but not very interesting. I don't plan on returning.
Fresh Omikase sashimi! Loved their Sake Clam Soup.
Makes sense why this is a Marina favorite! Casual quick and great food. Highly recommend the Edamame (that sauce is amazing) and any of their rolls!
Very friendly staff and the house special grilled edamame was the best I've ever had. Their sauces are a bit spicy but I enjoyed that. Quality sushi, unique rolls and good sake selection.
Our go to for Sushi in the Marina/Cow Hollow area
Mediocre sushi, at least at lunch - I won't return.
Great food and great staff. Sushi is very creative and tastes great
Great service, food and fair price! Will go back!!
Easy to get in with a last minute reservation and the service was spot on. We thoroughly enjoyed our stop before heading off to see more of the sights.
Loved it. Sushi was fresh and delicious. We sat at the bar, and the man making preparing the sashimi and rolls took the time to chat with us. The only negative is 1 server takes care of all the tables AND the bar. We got great service b/c we were the only ppl at the bar, but I could see some tables getting impatient when it took a while for the server to make the rounds to get the orders.
Great food and ambiance.
Found plastic inside my salad :(