Fodor's Expert Review Ju-Ni

$$$$ Western Addition Japanese
With just a dozen counter seats—its name means "12" in Japanese—this NoPa (North of the Panhandle) omakase sushi favorite is one of the hardest reservations to get in the entire city and certainly one of the Bay Area's most exquisite sushi experiences. Diners sit in pods of four at the sushi bar, with one sushi chef serving each quartet in the serene-meets-modern room. It's no doubt one of the most intimate dining rooms anywhere in San Francisco. After the first sake is poured, the lucky dozen diners at each seating get treated to an array of pristine fish and a few splashy Californian-Japanese bites prepared by chef Geoffrey Lee and his small team behind the bar.
Japanese Sushi Trendy Intimate Prix-Fixe Dinner $$$$

Quick Facts

1335 Fulton St.
San Francisco, California  94117, USA

415-655–9924

junisf.com

Known For:
  • Wagyu and uni à la carte sushi that can be added to omakase experience
  • Sake selection
  • High quality with high prices
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Mon. and Tues. No lunch

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