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Blowfish Sushi To Die For
2170 Bryant St
San Francisco, CA 94110
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- Sun - 5:30pm - 10:00pm
- Mon - Thu 11:30am - 11:00pm
- Fri 11:30am - 12:00pm
- Sat 5:30pm - 12:00pm
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4.7 of 5.0 from 89 reviews
price range:$26 to $50
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Blowfish Sushi To Die For Reviews
Great place! Get the tuna tartare and guac appetizer.
by Claire Pedersen
If you like beer, try the Hitachino Nest XH. It's matured in sake casks.
by Jon P.
The Pyramid of Tartare is a must! Everything here is great, very fresh. Staff friendly and they mix a good cocktail.
by Siege ™.
You pretty much cannot go wrong with anything on this menu. Tried a little bit of everything and loved it all.
by Awad S.
Great fish. A lounge feel with anime films playing on the walls. The kitchen dishes also shine along side the sushi bar.
by Brian S.
Pyramid tartar is my fav!!!
by Tomo Tory
We splurged a little on the lobster filet mignon roll and it was definitely worth it. Has definitely set the standard for specialty rolls. Well worth every penny!
by Sugar Society SF
If you're here for the first time - ask for specials and recommendations. It's sushi heaven.
Their tower of tartar is mouth watering!
by Katy L.
Fire oysters! Ginger mint cooler w/ side of your fav vodka
by Rachel L.
amazing and qualitative sushis! Just ask the staff for suggestions they're really helpful.
by Cédric Lopez
This place has excellent service,excellent rolls and awesome modern decor. It's just enough to distract you from the hentai manga sometimes playing on the TVs.
Gayle Pirie, chef of Foreign Cinema, eats here on her nights off. She loves the Enlightened sashimi.
by Chefs Feed
Tatar pyramid and king raffi roll are killing it.
by Amir M.
The special sushi is always great, if a little pricey.
by Ian Spivey
Worst place ever. Don't expect them to honor their hours - showed 10 mins before closing & was told they claws early. Sorry but that doesn't cut it. Never going here again
by Sandro P.
Gyoza is deep fried (for extra tastiness)
by Karina v.
Best sushi I've had in SF
by Pam C
Pyramid of tartar and rolls are what to get here. Sashimi and nigiri are skippable.
by Roshan V.
One of the best sushi places in SF and been to a lot! Vibes, amazing food, great bar!
by Rupert R.
Yeah this place is really good. Fresh and fun scene. Low key. The avocado roll was a fav. Get the pyramid as an app!
by Camilla C.
Definitely worth the money! The toshi kochi,spicy tuna and the berry kraut are worth trying!!
by Sarah R.
Oh the pyramid
by Mu-An 🐝
Potrero rolls are to die for!
by Jill Thomas
They charge gratuity (10%) on takeout. Rawr.
by Janice Ahn
Where do I start? Get the Pyramid of Tartare, the Fiery Bincyo, the King Raffi roll, and the Avocado Top Roll. All so amazing!
by Abbey K.
Holy fuck so good.
by Dustin H.
You're so close to the Fassettorium here. Drop in and say hi to Fassett!
by Ethan F.
The blowfish maki is one of my favorite rolls ever!
by Philip T.
The Punch and the Tartare Pyramid to start...save room for the Chocoholic
by Rob G.
Always amazing stuff on the tube!!!
by Coach B.
I never leave tips but this place is incredible! The sashimi quality is better than I've ever tasted. The presentation is original and the desserts will make you wish you hadn't eaten as much.
by Ben W.
If you like Americanized sushi, it is nice but if you don't, don't even bother to go there..
by Seda M.
Start with the garlic edamame and check the board for which nigiri is fresh.
by Trevor C.
EVERYTHING IS THE BOMB. A MUST!!!
by Chris 'Marshall' M.
Hands down order the To Die For Roll and the Pyramid tartar as an appetizer - unbelievable!
by Jennifer H.
Hands down, best Pho in SF
by Austin S.
We've been coming here for over 10 years. Still love it.
by Goth A.
This place is pretty awesome. The rolls are great. And you must try the pyramid of tartar.
Best Sushi in SF!!!
by Parind R.
Great food must have
by zach b.
Happy hour $5 sake cocktails, great deal
by Debbie B.
"Hakujin" sushi. Across the street from the new home.
by Kazu O.
San Jose or LA/Sunset is better!!!!!
by Brian /.
Eat with the mayor, get a free drink.
by Robin A.
Try the Sashimi Combination - Tuna, mackerel, yellowtail, salmon, even ama ebi. Yum. (via @Foodspotting)
by Alice F.
Try the Oolong Tea - Post KQED shoot for Downton Abbey. Time for lunch! (via @Foodspotting)
by Alice F.
Too expensive. Food wasn't impressive. Good customer service. I won't come back again.
Great lunch spot. The service here is above & beyond.
by Tiffany H.
Go for the Guilty Pleasures and Toshi Koshi rolls.
by Holger L.
by John D.
Choose from a fabulous array and very inventive sushi selections. Some of which are pretty much to die for. Pic below is called Sake Garden.
by Chad B.
Two must haves!! The Pyramid Tartar and the To Die For. Can't go wrong.
by Jeff F.
Check out the sushi!
by Danny N.
Toshi Koshi, $o$umi, and Sweet Mando rolls! Yumm.
by Bill W.
Russian roulette oyster shooters - one has a kick!
by Pam S.
Check out the Samurai Margarita if you like a drink that bites back.
by Justin M.
The bento box is awesome!
by Jenny S.
Try the Strawberry Martini - celebration! (via @Foodspotting)
by Diane B.
Try the Blazing Salmon, Volcano Shrimp Toast, Popcorn Prawns, King Raffi (via @Foodspotting)
by Cheryl M.
Picky about your drinks? If nothing on the cocktail menu appeals to you, tell one of the seasoned bartenders what kind of taste you’re looking for, and he’ll personally make something to your liking.
by Party Earth
Best sushi in the entire country, and the best experience too.
by Richard N.
SF Weekly's Best of Winner 2012 - Reader's Poll - BEST SUSHI
by SF Weekly M.
Pyramid tartare was too creamy. Couldn't taste the fish.
by Angela Huggins w.
Try the Pyramid Of Tartare - Fantastic! (via @Foodspotting)
by Jay J.
Best spot in town!!! Great people and jammin dj playing killer mixes
by Activate D.
The name says it all. Japanese anime porn on the TV displays helps spice up the dining experience, in case you're too scared to order the funkier rolls.
by Rebecca G.
eh. i'd say the ambiance is more of a draw here than the food. anime, dj's, happy hour specials. the place is always pretty packed though - so at least you know the fish is relatively fresh...
Pyramid of Tartare. that's it.
by Ari L.
try the basil gimlet or the yuzu sidecar
by Maggie D.
Halibut Crudo is TO DIE FOR.
by Stephanie M.
Dynamite roll and halibut crudo!
by Wild Bill D.
Great vibe! DJ on the wkds and Mangas on screen. The sushi, especially the roles, is actually pretty good!
by Holger L.
Toro toro toro!
by Soosie C.
The seaweed salad is bigger than your head...
by Mary R.
5 stars sushi!
by Purple (Margherita) R.
Sushi davvero buono! Lo consiglio
by Arianna M.
Edamame, super dinamite & pyramid of tartare. Do this. Bonzai.
by Dan H.
If you're looking for something 'non-sushi' - The Punch is AMAZING
by teresa j.
Crunchy California maki for the win!
by Dustin W.
Russian roulette with oysters. Loser gets the bitter one. I want the contraption it was served in.
by Elden N.
Must try the Ritsu roll, it is definitely to die for!
by Beth K.
GO GIANTS! They play every sports game on the flat screens & always has awesome specials! Great place to enjoy GIANTS, A'S or SHARKS!! Tempura goes amazingly w/ Beer!
by SASHA R.
Blowfish is rolling out a BRAND NEW MENU. Be sure to try the 'Fiery Bincyo' & 'Green Tea Cheesecake'.
The Fiery Boncyo is Fire!
by Idan B.
This mission spot offers customers $2 hand rolls and $5 - $6 appetizers from 5-7pm Monday through Friday. There are $3 wells, sake cocktails, and bottles of beer, $6 glasses of wine and cocktails.
In addition to an array of creative rolls and small dishes (we liked the super dynamite roll and the buna beni), be sure to stop in on Monday or Tuesday to enjoy 50% off their wine and sake list
by The Daily Sip
It's only sushi to die for if you order the blowfish.
by Ian E.
Happy Hour from 5-7pm, handrolls at $5 a piece and awesome sake!