Address: 161 Sutter Street (The Crocker Galleria), San Francisco 94104
Neighborhood: Financial District
Phone: (415) 677-4405
Hours: Mon - Fri 11 am - 3 pm
Category: Restaurant/Food Vendor (Vegan Friendly)
Restaurant Type: Japanese/Sushi
Vegan Dessert: Yes
Accepts credit card: Yes
Parking: Very difficult street parking. Post Montgomery Center garage (Sutter St btwn Montgomery & Kearny).
Transit: BARTMontgomery St station. MUNI Metro (underground car) - Mont/Sutter; Bus- via Kearny St, take #15 or 30. Via Post St, take #2, 4, 5 or 38.
Notes: This formerly all vegan restaurant reopened March 2007 with separate menu (5 items) featuring sea animals. Main menu is still vegan (Zen Buddhist foods, no onions/garlic), with about 20 different items, including vegan MaggieMudd ice cream. Has pre-made foods to go, or order from the menu to dine there or takeaway. Beautiful decor. Located in food court on 3rd floor of Crocker Galleria Mall.
|Added by veganhobbit on 2007-03-24, Last update: 2008-06-24, Viewed 3705 times|
Average rating: 0 / 5.0 Based on 2 reviews. (Add/Edit your own review)
|Good food, though a little pricey. Our waiter was rude, but I can't comment on the entire staff as I have only eaten there once, and am not sure I'll ever return. I prefer CHA YA for a relatively cheap vegan sushi lunch, but the best Japanese in town is the ultra veg friendly MINAKO.||seitan nic
|Ordered a curry tofu rice dish to go. Curry sauce wasn't great. Didn't like that food was served lukewarm. Also, portion sizes are small. At $9, I won't be racing to return, but they did have a number of vegan items to choose from so maybe I just picked the wrong dish.||tammy
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