Sushi Rock

★★★★★
  • 614 Pine St.

    San Francisco, CA 94108

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  • 415-399-0882

About Sushi Rock

Hours
Sunday 12:00AM - 12:15AM 11:00AM - 10:45PM ,Monday 11:00AM - 10:45PM ,Tuesday 11:00AM - 10:45PM ,Wednesday 11:00AM - 10:45PM ,Thursday 11:00AM - 10:45PM ,Friday 11:00AM - 11:55PM ,Saturday 12:00AM - 12:15AM 11:00AM - 11:55PM

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1608 Polk St San Francisco, CA

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Not a very good experience. Sushi is ok. Average if that. Much better places to get sushi in this city.
My experience with the wait staff was sub par as well. Waited way too long to get served. Was there for over 2 hours and not on purpose. Most of the time was spent waiting to get our check or be served.

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★★☆☆☆

Not a very good experience. Sushi is ok. Average if that. Much better places to get sushi in this city.
My experience with the wait staff was sub par as well. Waited way too long to get served. Was there for over 2 hours and not on purpose. Most of the time was spent waiting to get our check or be served.

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I have only been to this sushi place once and we had a great time! They servers are very quick and friendly. On top of that they asked us several times on how we were doing, they really made us feel welcome. The sushi was really good as well. I especially loved their tempura shrimp. Great place to grab sushi!

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★★★★☆

I have only been to this sushi place once and we had a great time! They servers are very quick and friendly. On top of that they asked us several times on how we were doing, they really made us feel welcome. The sushi was really good as well. I especially loved their tempura shrimp. Great place to grab sushi!

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4 of us went there on Saturday night for the first time and were really surprised that only 2 other customers where there eating. They totally renovated this place and you wouldn't have guessed this used to be the old Cafe Riggio (which i

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4 of us went there on Saturday night for the first time and were really surprised that only 2 other customers where there eating. They totally renovated this place and you wouldn't have guessed this used to be the old Cafe Riggio (which i

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Don't feel intimidated walking into Sushi Rock! The first thing you notice is the tasteful decor. The restaurant is split by a 1100 gallon, fish tank, with blowfish, trigger fish, and sharks inviting you to take a seat. The hostess greeted

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★★★★★

Don't feel intimidated walking into Sushi Rock! The first thing you notice is the tasteful decor. The restaurant is split by a 1100 gallon, fish tank, with blowfish, trigger fish, and sharks inviting you to take a seat. The hostess greeted

Pros: Great food and presentation, calming ambiance, decor and good service

Cons: At times, may be hard to park

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They blew their entire budget on the decor and didn't bother with anything else. Usually I have been able to find good value at Korean-run sushi places, but this was overpriced for what it was. The food was average at best. The menus

3
★★★★★

They blew their entire budget on the decor and didn't bother with anything else. Usually I have been able to find good value at Korean-run sushi places, but this was overpriced for what it was. The food was average at best. The menus

Pros: Decor.

Cons: Food, Price, Service, Language Barrier

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So, I'm a fan of Sushi Rock on Polk. It's a casual, fun, sports-barish dining experience. The prices are not out of control and portions are good. When I saw that a new one opened up on Geary, I thought "great! easier to park". We went on

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★★★★★

So, I'm a fan of Sushi Rock on Polk. It's a casual, fun, sports-barish dining experience. The prices are not out of control and portions are good. When I saw that a new one opened up on Geary, I thought "great! easier to park". We went on

Pros: Good sized portions

Cons: Parking, not the same ambience as their other stores

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Japanese restaurant offers a variety of fresh sushi, including Tamaki hand rolls, Sashimi, Nigiri and more. Also serve Teriyaki entrees and Tempura.

 

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