Hello Sushi lovers,
It's that time of the month..Yes... lets savor that sushi roll or sashimi at Tokyo Go Go. Can't wait to taste these mouth watering delicacies and even better experience it with members who appreciate the love of Japanese fine dining. So lets come together for Happy Hour and dine too..that is if you are still hungry.....
See you there,
Note: this is a limited attendance RSVP event, so only RSVP if you intend to show up.
No-shows will be removed from the group on this event.
About Tokyo Go Go:
San Francisco, CA
Popped in here with my PIC, before the show at Verdi Club.
Cool decor, although we weren't crazy about the silly light bulbs on the wall, that would get brighter and dimmer every few minutes.
Very decent sushi, although we thought the portions were a bit small. Bummer that they were out of the Kobe beef roll, as we were really looking forward to trying that one. Outstanding service provided by our waitress. The food seemed to take a long time to arrive with each order, considering the place wasn't that busy.
Sakana in Phoenix is STILL the best sushi I've ever had anywhere.
Want Spanish tapas? Then go a few doors down to Picaro and get your paella on, but please, don't ask them for a burrito or a pupusa!!
San Francisco, CA
I really loved this place! It was my first time there yesterday with a friend and ended up showing up in time for the Happy House from 5pm-7pm.
$5 Cocktails and House wines
$3 Warm House Sake
$3.50 Hand rolls
We ended up ordering ALOT of sushi and a few handrolls.
The handrolls were kind of small but pretty good. I had a Spicy Tuna and one with a quail Egg. The Spicy Tuna was a better choice.
The Rolls we're great and they we're brought out to us really fast.
Fish Taco roll AMAZING!!! I wish I ordered 5 of those
We also had a Rainbow Roll, TNT Roll, T Monster and a Mount Rose. (From these 4 i'd recommend the T Monster and TNT, and you can't ever really go wrong with a rainbow roll)
The waiter was really friendly, nice and helpful and after we wheel barrowed ourselves out of here I'd have to say i'd definitely go back.
San Francisco, CA
With a name as fun as Tokyo Go-Go, I didn't think the food would be as good as it was but I was absolutely proven wrong. Tokyo Go-Go does take a playful spin on their menu but have no doubt the about the emphasis on freshness of produce - paramount for any good sushi joint.
Came here for dinner with a friend and it was pretty packed with a 30 minute wait. No biggie - headed for drinks around the corner while waiting for the call from the restaurant. Well lubricated, we were more than ready to begin eating when were were seated. First up, the tuna and salmon tartare. Right off the bat I knew we were in for a good meal because the fish was so fresh, and when paired with the guacamole and shrimp chips, it was such well-balanced bites of flavor. The veggie tempura (http://www.yelp.com/biz_…) was well executed - crispy yet not oily and the vegetables still had a good bite in them.
Now sushi is when the meal gets delightful. Shiro maguro and hamachi nigiri (http://www.yelp.com/biz_…) coupled with a rainbow row and spicy scallop roll (http://www.yelp.com/biz_…) again showcased the freshness of their fish. The nigiri were just the right size for the perfect bite and the fish just melts in your mouth. There is not much to say about rolls that are made well such that you get the perfect proportion of ingredients throughout. Wonderful cap to the meal.
Now I understand why the restaurant has been a long-time favorite in the neighborhood. I've heard about Tokyo Go-Go's happy hour and I can't wait to stop by soon for some hand rolls and beer.