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Omakase (Michelin Star)

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665 Townsend St
San Francisco, CA 94103

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Map of Omakase (Michelin Star), 665 Townsend St

Chef Jackson Yu
Born and raised in Beijing, Executive Chef Jackson Yu has been preparing traditional Edomae sushi for nearly 20 years. After moving to the Bay Area at the age of 18 and developing a passion for Japanese cuisine, Chef Yu took the time to hone his technical skills and cultivate his knowledge of traditional cuisine at some of San Francisco’s most highly respected Japanese restaurants, before opening several restaurants throughout the city, including the Michelin-starred Omakase in the summer of 2015.

Under Chef Yu’s leadership, Omakase has earned a reputation for being one of the highest quality and most authentic sushi restaurants in the Bay Area. After less than a year in operation, Omakase received a Michelin star and a “Top 100” ranking by the San Francisco Chronicle.

At Omakase, Chef Yu showcases traditional, exquisite fare using the finest ingredients and the freshest, highest quality fish imported directly from the world-renowned Fish Market in Tokyo. Additionally, Chef Yu frequents Japan to gain inspiration and stage at top local restaurants to gain first-hand expert knowledge of the latest trends. This attention to detail influences Omakase’s style, menu and guest experience, assuring it remains a top sushi destination.

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Phone: (415) 865-0633

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