Kiku Of Tokyo

★★★★☆

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i came here 12/19/2009 with my boyfriend who was treating me to this place for my 25th birthday. The food was good and there's careful detail put for each dish as Mr. Urasawa is preparing 90% of them personally. He has a sous chef who works alongside him, but other than that... there was us 2 +7 others from 8pm until 12:30am. Can I say, the guy to my right brought his date, a vegetarian to this place.... I mean seriously? who brings their date to a sushi restaurant knowing she's a vegetarian? It was really nice to see that they specially made her dishes from vegetables and soy. Anyways, back to the meat eaters... there were about 35+ courses, including killing a lobster and skewering shrimp and cooking them alive in front of us. My favorite dish was a green tea chawamushi topped with minced edamame with salmon roe and gold flakes. Second favorite was the lobster sushi.

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★★★☆☆

i came here 12/19/2009 with my boyfriend who was treating me to this place for my 25th birthday. The food was good and there's careful detail put for each dish as Mr. Urasawa is preparing 90% of them personally. He has a sous chef who works alongside him, but other than that... there was us 2 +7 others from 8pm until 12:30am. Can I say, the guy to my right brought his date, a vegetarian to this place.... I mean seriously? who brings their date to a sushi restaurant knowing she's a vegetarian? It was really nice to see that they specially made her dishes from vegetables and soy. Anyways, back to the meat eaters... there were about 35+ courses, including killing a lobster and skewering shrimp and cooking them alive in front of us. My favorite dish was a green tea chawamushi topped with minced edamame with salmon roe and gold flakes. Second favorite was the lobster sushi.

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I noticed this restaurant when I was walking down the street on O'ffarrell. It is a very nice restaurant with a very calming atmosphere. I actually ate here for lunch and dinner. During night time the waitresses wear traditional kimono, very interesting. The food is GREAT. You can actually taste the difference and freshness compared to all the other commercial japanese restaurants like kitaro. It's not cheap but definatley worth the price. It's a very traditional restaurant and an unique dining experience. Can't forget the sake, they are a must! I will be going back there again.

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★★★★★

I noticed this restaurant when I was walking down the street on O'ffarrell. It is a very nice restaurant with a very calming atmosphere. I actually ate here for lunch and dinner. During night time the waitresses wear traditional kimono, very interesting. The food is GREAT. You can actually taste the difference and freshness compared to all the other commercial japanese restaurants like kitaro. It's not cheap but definatley worth the price. It's a very traditional restaurant and an unique dining experience. Can't forget the sake, they are a must! I will be going back there again.

Pros: friendly staff, very clean, not noisy

Cons: parking

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My girlfriends and I found this place through the entertainment guide. Parking was a problem, but the dining experience was worth it. Its actually located inside SF Hilton so parking is available if you don't mind paying. The Beef Sukiyaki and Hamachi Tariyaki was the best. The Beef Sukiyaki was exceptionally good because the waitress cooks the stew in front of you!

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★★★★★

My girlfriends and I found this place through the entertainment guide. Parking was a problem, but the dining experience was worth it. Its actually located inside SF Hilton so parking is available if you don't mind paying. The Beef Sukiyaki and Hamachi Tariyaki was the best. The Beef Sukiyaki was exceptionally good because the waitress cooks the stew in front of you!

Pros: Pleasant environment

Cons: Parking

 

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