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Ozumo Restaurant - SF

161 Steuart Street
San Francisco, CA 94105


Restaurant Description:

Excellent Japanese cuisine, elegant decor and a waterfront view highlight this Embarcadero restaurant. Large dark wood doors open into an expansive sake bar featuring over thirty labels. Beyond an open kitchen, a brighter and softer raised dining room boasts beautiful handmade lampshades, textured wallpaper and modern furniture selected by the restaurant's Japanese designer. "Ozumo features the largest sushi bar in San Francisco," says dinnerbroker.com, "serving the freshest and best cuts of premium fish, with sweeping views out to San Francisco Bay." The robata grill features eleven vegetable and eleven meat and fish dishes. The hirame-hime (halibut and scallop carpaccio with grape-Grand Marnier dressing) and futago (beef tenderloin and eggplant with miso-sesame sauce) taste as stunning as they look. "Like many Japanese restaurants that are adapting to American culture," says the San Francisco Chronicle, "Ozumo also offers several creative rice rolls, including the Berkeley roll, which combines arugula and carrots with a ginger dressing, and the Alcatraz roll of eel, cucumber, avocado and a sweet soy sauce." The restaurant's name, ozumo, means "sumo champion" and is a tribute to Japan's national sport.

San Francisco Chronicle: "Spectacular surroundings. Wonderful fish dishes like tender butterfish."

Zagat Survey: "A sake selection that will knock your socks off."



Phone: (415) 882-1333
Fax: (415) 882-1794
Website

Category Label
Junmai
Kuzuryu “Junmai” Nine-Headed Dragon
Miyasaka “Yawaraka Junmai” Sake Matinee
Nishida “Denshu” Country Squire
Ginjo
Dewazakura “Dewasansan” Green Ridge
Dewazakura “Omachi” Jewel Brocade
Dewazakura “Oka” Cherry Bouquet
Kokuryu “Junmai Ginjo” Black Dragon
Koshi no Kanbai “Sai” Blue River
Seitoku “Genshu” Trapeza—Cask Release
Daiginjo
Akitabare “Suirakuten” Heaven of Tipsy Delight
Akitabare “Suirakuten” Junmai Daiginjo Heaven of Joyous Delight
Dewazakura “Ichiro” Abbey Road
Hoyo “Kura no Hana” Fair Maiden
Kokuryu “Ryu” Gold Dragon
Masumi “Nanago” Seventh Heaven
Masumi “Yumedono” Mansion of Dreams
Tedorigawa “Yamahai Daiginjo” Chrysanthemum Meadow
Tedorigawa “Mangekyo” Kaleidoscope
Speciality
Dewazakura “Tobiroku” Festival of Stars
Kamoizumi “Umeshu” Umelicious
Kamoizumi “Nigori Ginjo” Summer Snow
Shochu
Toyonaga (Rice) Land of Plenty
Nama Ginjo
Kamoizumi “Red Maple” 2-Year Aged Namagenshu
Nama Daiginjo
Tedorigawa “Kinka” Gold Blossom