Yuzuki Japanese Eatery (fka Izakaya Yuzuki)


About

This Izakaya or “small plate” Japanese restaurant prides itself on traditional and authentic dishes of seasonal ingredients prepared in unique, simple, and attentive ways. With exceptional house made tofu and an exquisite sake list, the experience of dining at Yuzuki Japanese Eatery is as close to a dining in a Japanese home as possible Yuzuki Japanese Eatery offers authentic Japanese cuisine in San Francisco, served with gracious hospitality. Here in Northern California, we are fortunate to be able to access an incredible variety of fresh, local, organic, sustainable and seasonal produce to create our cuisine. We pride ourselves on our commitment to quality, sustainability, freshness as well as authenticity to the food and culinary traditions of our Japanese ancestors. Our name Yuzuki (癒月) means healing moon. In Japan, many festivals, rituals and names honor the moon as it provides a healing presence and bestows warmth to your life. It is our hope that our food has this same nurturing effect. About our Food All of our dishes are made from scratch using traditional methods and recipes of our ancestors. Preparation of “Washoku” or authentic traditional Japanese cuisine is painstakingly labor intensive but it is our passion and our desire to introduce real Washoku to our patrons in San Francisco. Washoku is delicately flavored and gentle on your body. Washoku was recenty added to UNESCO’s cultural heritage list. Historically, fermented foods are an essential element of Japanese cuisine. Seasonings such as soy sauce (Shoyu), su (vinegar), katsuo-bushi and miso are all delicious outcomes of traditional fermentation methods that arguably define Japan’s unique food culture. Yuzuki, is the first restaurant in the United States to specialize in food prepared using Koji. This process of natural fermentation makes our food more palatable and easier to digest, with a mild flavor enhanced by naturally-occurring amino acids. Environmentally Conscious In keeping with our environmentally conscious philosophy, at Yuzuki we use Japanese cedar chopsticks from specific Japanese plantations. The cedar has been methodically sown for over 75 years in an environmentally sustainable manner, ensuring our chopsticks are eco-friendly and possess a refreshing, all-natural cedar aroma. Chopsticks used in most establishments today are made from bamboo, which is chemically treated, or Brazilian wood, the demand for which encourages deforestation. All of the water we use at the restaurant (for cooking and drinking) passes through a special all natural carbon, stone and ceramic water filtration and purification system. No plastic bottles! We recycle of our cooking oil and we also recycle the bonito flakes that we use to make our “dashi” broth base into dog treats. We also use soy wax candles to protect you from inhaling the harsh dangerous chemical fumes emitted from many regular tea candles.


Additional Information

Contact

598 Guerrero Street
Mission, San Francisco, California 94110
United States

Parking Details:
The valet parking app Vatler provides service Thursday through Saturday for dinner for $20.

Download the app here get.vatler.com/yuzuki and get $10 off with promo code YUZUKI.
Public Transit:
A few blocks from 16th and Mission Bart Station and J Church muni station.

#33 muni stops in front of the restaurant. #22 muni stops at 16th street.

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Features

  • Additional:
  • Bar Dining, Counter Seating, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Wheelchair Access, Wine
  • Dress Code:
  • Casual Dress
  • Price Range:
  • $31 to $50
  • Payment Options
  • AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
  • Dining Style:
  • Casual Elegant
  • Cuisines:
  • Japanese

Hours

Hours of Operation: Brunch: Saturday and Sunday: 11am - 2pm Dinner: Monday, Wednesday - Friday: 6:00pm - 10:30pm; Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm; Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm

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Contact

(415) 556-9898


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