Wakuriya

★★★★★
  • 115 De Anza Blvd

    San Mateo, CA 94402

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  • 650-286-0410

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Wed-Fri: 6:30pm-7:30pm, Sat-Sun: 6pm-7pm

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We experienced one of the best (if not the best) Japanese meals ever last night at Wakuriya (Crystal Springs shopping center, go figure). A total surprise; Kaseki style, 8 delicious courses, not necessarily for kids (too many "different ingredients") but undoubtedly some of the most delicate, intriguing and well thought out food we have ever had. Who wants to go?

Seriously, as a foodie; 5 stars!

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We experienced one of the best (if not the best) Japanese meals ever last night at Wakuriya (Crystal Springs shopping center, go figure). A total surprise; Kaseki style, 8 delicious courses, not necessarily for kids (too many "different ingredients") but undoubtedly some of the most delicate, intriguing and well thought out food we have ever had. Who wants to go?

Seriously, as a foodie; 5 stars!

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Solid four-star experience. Service was excellent - we requested to seat at the counter which gave us full-view of the open kitchen. It was fascinating to watch the two chefs worked on our dishes. It was like a less intense version of The Iron Chef Japanese version.

Anyway, food was good, but not WOW. Of the nine courses that we tried, we liked the Tomato Sorbet the most - light, refreshing, perfect flavor! The rest of the dishes are delicious, but nothing that will keep us talking for the next week or so. Our favoriate Japanese restaurant is still KISS in SF.

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Solid four-star experience. Service was excellent - we requested to seat at the counter which gave us full-view of the open kitchen. It was fascinating to watch the two chefs worked on our dishes. It was like a less intense version of The Iron Chef Japanese version.

Anyway, food was good, but not WOW. Of the nine courses that we tried, we liked the Tomato Sorbet the most - light, refreshing, perfect flavor! The rest of the dishes are delicious, but nothing that will keep us talking for the next week or so. Our favoriate Japanese restaurant is still KISS in SF.

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