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Eiji



317 Sanchez St
San Francisco, CA 94114

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(415) 558-8149

Hours

  • Sunday: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm

Cuisine: Bars, Japanese Restaurants, Seafood Restaurants, Sushi Restaurants


4.8 of 5.0 from 101 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Eiji Reviews

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  • Pol MGreat sushi lunch menu including miss soup for $15.

    55555 by Pol M


  • David JFavorite sushi spot in SF. Authentic is the first word that comes to mind. Oboro tofu, fresh sushi, and strawberry mochi are the musts.

    55555 by David J


  • Dave H.Great ambiance. Definitely get the oboro tofu and any one of the desserts.

    55555 by Dave H.


  • Josh W.Strawberry mochi + uni. Yes, please.

    55555 by Josh W.


  • Brook ShelleyDelicious duck soba, ohitashi, and daily sashimi and nigiri. Cute spot

    55555 by Brook Shelley


  • Jiafang SOboro tofu is one of a kind. Their toro and ikura are good too. Kindara is a bit too oily though.

    55555 by Jiafang S


  • Shawn SprockettAmazing Gyoza and sushi. Intimate space with great service.

    55555 by Shawn Sprockett


  • Odile DTofu ! And great sashimi and sushi. Little restaurant like in Japan

    55555 by Odile D


  • Garry T.The sushi is great and the roasted salmon is divine. Fresh uni too! Very authentic.

    55555 by Garry T.


  • Suzanne L.Favorite in SF. Homemade tofu!

    55555 by Suzanne L.


  • Brodie WConsistently great sushi and tofu. Their strawberry mochi is out of this world. Super cozy spot with limited seating. Get here early or make a reservation.

    55555 by Brodie W


  • Marissa C.My favorite Japanese restaurant in the Mission-Castro area. Known for their tofu but also have some of the freshest 🍣 in town

    55555 by Marissa C.


  • Simon W.This place is a real hidden gem - it's pleasantly low key with really high quality food. Strawberry Mochi and the tofu are highlights. They also open for lunch with a tasty and filling $15 lunch menu.

    55555 by Simon W.


  • Alex PlutzerThe strawberry mochi and ankake tofu are really special

    55555 by Alex Plutzer


  • Sahil D.They weren't kidding about they Oboro tofu, it's absolutely delicious. Make sure to put a little Tamari sauce (pure soy sauce) in there.

    55555 by Sahil D.


  • Alexandros BI'm not a fan of sushi, yet I loved every single dish in this place. With about $45 per person you can get a decent dinner.

    55555 by Alexandros B


  • Elise WhiteYou better know how to order food here because the servers are not helpful. Barely spoke English and didn't explain anything

    22222 by Elise White


  • Fred S.Excellent sushi for reasonable prices. Best I've had in SF.

    55555 by Fred S.


  • Clara W.lunch specials are the way!

    55555 by Clara W.


  • Ting ATheir homemade Tofu is soft and tender, fresh and delicious. Sushi here is good too.

    55555 by Ting A


  • m TNeed to try Oboro Tofu. Various Japanese sake for relatively reasonable price.

    55555 by m T


  • Max SHome style Japanese with a nice mix of cooked dishes and sushi. The toro ribs were super tender.

    55555 by Max S


  • Corey PSushi, tofu, strawberry mochi

    55555 by Corey P


  • Vivian CSave room for dessert!

    55555 by Vivian C


  • Kelly WongGreat service, great food! Don't forget to try the oboro tofu. Also, best ichigo-daifuku (strawberry mochi) outside of Japan! Order one when you get there because they sell out fast!

    55555 by Kelly Wong


  • Melon L.If you come and don't order the tofu or strawberry mochi, there's no hope for you.

    55555 by Melon L.


  • Chong Han ChuaI love the dashi base used in the nabes and soups

    55555 by Chong Han Chua


  • Michael JGood desserts!

    55555 by Michael J


  • Carrie EdwardsGet the homemade desserts - strawberry Mochi was my favorite. Order it ahead of time with your reservation!

    55555 by Carrie Edwards


  • John ReedThey have sushi in here which is a good thing because they almost have everything that I like about Japanese cuisine right on the bat. Great place to take someone for a date.

    55555 by John Reed


  • Maggie ProcterGreat place for amazing food!! I have to say that we were so satisfied with the service and the food in here. The taste is really unique and we had a great time.

    55555 by Maggie Procter


  • Walter Bourbeau"The food being served here is so tempting to see. I love the food presentation. Also the interiors and the furniture are exquisite. Good job! "

    55555 by Walter Bourbeau


  • Sherry L.Oboro tofu is a must have

    55555 by Sherry L.


  • Carrie EdwardsTry the home made tofu!

    55555 by Carrie Edwards


  • Amy YThe homemade tofu is delicious

    55555 by Amy Y


  • SFGateOboro tofu -- hot, custardy homemade tofu eaten with condiments -- is a standout dish at this tiny, soothing Japanese restaurant. Look to the specials for seasonal sushi and cooked fish offerings.

    55555 by SFGate


  • Alex GoffeyWow, that's some amazing Japanese - from the tea to the super fresh sashimi and house made tofu, everything was special.

    55555 by Alex Goffey


  • Awad S.Uni was great as was the tofu

    55555 by Awad S.


  • Todd HortonVery unique sushi and Japanese food

    55555 by Todd Horton


  • Viktoriya SavkinaGreat service, amazing food. Definitely coming back!

    55555 by Viktoriya Savkina


  • Frances JamesOne of our favorite Japanese restaurants in the city. Sounds weird but they have great homemade tofu. Sushi is also creative and well-executed. Takes rezzies (rare for a sushi place around here)

    55555 by Frances James


  • Joanne H.Not kid-friendly, unless it's a sleeping baby.

    33333 by Joanne H.


  • Susan L.Sashimi, fresh and generous.

    55555 by Susan L.


  • Josh Wentzsushi favorite by Kyle Lucid

    55555 by Josh Wentz


  • Anastasia B.Tiny authentic spot with delicious fish and extensive sake list. Definitely order your meal from the 'Specials' board for the best choices, you won't regret it. And call ahead to make reservations

    55555 by Anastasia B.


  • Bommy ChaDefinitely get the eggplant with walnut miso! Chef's choice sushi is super fresh.

    55555 by Bommy Cha


  • Amanda S.Honestly, not impressed with the quality of their fish here. Kiji on Guerrero is far more superior.

    33333 by Amanda S.


  • Nico P.Very good sushi. The service, kelp salad, and desserts were even better. Need to try the fresh tofu.

    55555 by Nico P.


  • Grace S.... And poke roll. Shiso leaf is super fresh.

    55555 by Grace S.


  • Grace S.Ceviche roll, paper white fish sashimi, oboro tofu, strawberry mochi

    55555 by Grace S.


  • Tacks F.Strawberry Kochi, Tuna Belly Steak and any of the home made Tofu are to die for. Come hungry!

    55555 by Tacks F.


  • Kayo S.Broiled miso marinated cod is highly recommended.

    55555 by Kayo S.


  • Marcos F.A surprise hole in the wall, amazing sushi

    55555 by Marcos F.


  • Fred C.Try the everything

    55555 by Fred C.


  • Tylerinu D.Some of the best fish ever had

    55555 by Tylerinu D.


  • HURStrawberry Mochi is limited. Only one per person!

    55555 by HUR


  • Elvira M.They don't serve the head deep fried with the ama-ebi b/c building code prevents them from having deep fryers.

    33333 by Elvira M.


  • RyanThe best around

    55555 by Ryan


  • Spencer H.Trust the chef and try the specials.

    55555 by Spencer H.


  • Wendy L.Ask them to save a strawberry mochi for you when you arrive. One per customer!

    33333 by Wendy L.


  • Harold L.Such fresh fish and fantastic tofu. Get Ankake tofu and any sashimi you like. Finish off with strawberry mochi. This place is a true gem!

    55555 by Harold L.


  • Elissa S.Amazing fresh homemade tofu with Japanese condiments

    55555 by Elissa S.


  • Hugo B.Strawberry mochi, reserve it as soon as you get there because they run out!

    55555 by Hugo B.


  • Michael C.Salmon sashimi melts like butter in your mouth.

    55555 by Michael C.


  • Timothy W.The mochi and salmon sashimi was amazing. Specials here are worth checking out too

    55555 by Timothy W.


  • Hugo B.26 Zagat food rating, 14 decor! Recommended by Ash

    55555 by Hugo B.


  • RyanBest sushi in America

    55555 by Ryan


  • Cara H.Any of the fresh tofu varieties are good. Fish portions are small.

    55555 by Cara H.


  • Pairat S.Strawberry Mochi is Awesome !!! Don't miss it. ^^

    55555 by Pairat S.


  • John B.Oboro tofu & ichigo mochi! Plus the osusume du jour is always great.

    55555 by John B.


  • Stephanie A.The oboro tofu is made right when you order-! If the miso black cod or sardine sashimi is on the specials board--ORDER them. You won't regret it. Request mochi at the beginning because they run out.

    55555 by Stephanie A.


  • Steph T.Made to order tofu is fantastic!

    55555 by Steph T.


  • Philip W.Everything is delicious but the strawberry mochi is exceptional!

    55555 by Philip W.


  • Chandini D.Try the House-made Tofu - Amazing (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Chandini D.


  • agnes c.Lovely house-made tofu and fresh strawberry mochi

    55555 by agnes c.


  • Sean L.Leave room for the strawberry mochi

    55555 by Sean L.


  • Mayka M.Try the Strawberry Mochi - This really was amazing, and totally worth Lawrence's hype. #dessert (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mayka M.


  • Angie L.Don't forget to order the strawberry mochi in advance. They make it here!! Delish!

    55555 by Angie L.


  • David D.The floral arrangements are beautiful. I know it's a cliché, but take a moment to appreciate the flowers.

    55555 by David D.


  • Maria L.We wanted to try out this restaurant but the waitress was so rude and was trying to convince us not to wait for a table that we ended up leaving. Totally rude.

    22222 by Maria L.


  • Rehi A.Oboru tofu is delish. Cod was buttery and beautiful.

    55555 by Rehi A.


  • A G.Excellent nigiri! The quality is always top notch. The lunch special is a great value.

    55555 by A G.


  • jonathan g.Try the house made tofu

    55555 by jonathan g.


  • Masha I.The great homemade tofu made in a clay pot right there is wonderful, a whole new experience. And the black cod and eggplant are close seconds.

    55555 by Masha I.


  • Tom L.Pro tip: you can reserve mochi when you call to make a table reservation.

    55555 by Tom L.


  • Brian K.Try the mochi

    55555 by Brian K.


  • Gillian M.You MUST get the strawberry mochi!

    55555 by Gillian M.


  • Jessica C.here's the secret to getting the strawberry mochi dessert: order it when you make your reservations.

    55555 by Jessica C.


  • Holger L.Amazing home-made tofu dishes!

    55555 by Holger L.


  • Ashley P.Dessert: strawberry mochi.

    55555 by Ashley P.


  • Tonia D.Gyozas are tasty!

    55555 by Tonia D.


  • Jessica C.authentic Japanese restaurant, I love the salmon skin roll and their sashimi. come earlier if you want the strawberry mochi, they always run out by the time I'm done with dinner!

    55555 by Jessica C.


  • GourmetLiveFood blogger Sean Timberlake says, “The oboro tofu at Eiji in the Castro, is made on the spot in the restaurant. The texture is light and fluffy, exactly like eating fog, but it’s warming and soothing

    55555 by GourmetLive


  • Sean-Paul G.The strawberry mochi is hella bomb!

    55555 by Sean-Paul G.


  • Holger L.Fantastic tofu, but also some great sushi. Go for the daily recommendations in the blackboard. We had top notch Ankimo, Sanma, Hirame, and a great eggplant dish. All Japanese staff btw.

    55555 by Holger L.


  • Premshree P.Get the strawberry mochi. Oh, yum!

    55555 by Premshree P.


  • David B.The homemade tofu is delightful, even if you're not a huge fan of tofu. Also the warm towels are a gracious touch.

    55555 by David B.


  • Traci H.Order the oboro tofu! And definitely try the strawberry mochi--never thought of strawberry, azuki, and mochi in combination before.

    55555 by Traci H.


  • Courtney Y.Loved this place since it opened. The homemade tofu is definitely the star attraction!

    55555 by Courtney Y.


  • Chris M.Everything is awesome, but the tofu and Michi ice cream are the specialties

    55555 by Chris M.


  • Cameo W.order your entire dinner off the specials board

    33333 by Cameo W.


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