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ANZU Restaurant at the Hotel Nikko San Francisco

By:
Ben Hall
 

In a city that prides itself on its cuisine, restaurants come and go on a regular basis but there are a few in San Francisco which have endured and that's because they deliver innovative food in a fun atmosphere on a consistent basis.

ANZU at the Hotel Nikko is one of those restaurants which continues to impress visitors to San Francisco, while retaining a loyal base of locals who return mostly for the innovative Euro-Japanese dinner menu and lavish Sunday brunch.

This is where you can get the freshest fish and the finest prime beef on a menu which has been created to reflect the quality produce of the Asia Pacific region, backed by a fun bar which serves all the classics along with its own signature sake martinis.

One of the real highlights of the ANZU experience is the exclusive sushi bar, which is reservation only and limited to 10 seats, with most of the fresh fish imported from Japan to provide that authentic touch, along with imported sake.

The dinner menu is seasonal, reflecting the freshest produce available, and naturally the sushi menu is available along with local classics such as honey roasted Sonoma duck breast, sesame seared Alaskan halibut and kaffir lime and nori-wrapped Chinook salmon.

ANZU also lays on the city's most famous Sunday brunch ($48 for adults and $25 for children) with a spread that is simply overwhelming, with the added bonus of free-flowing champagne while the KBLX radio crew broadcast their day time show.

Apart from the usual breakfast essentials, there's more fresh sushi, lemon rubbed Atlantic salmon, crab stuffed pork tenderloin, roasted New York steak and a range of deserts.

ANZU is one of those places which does the Asian-fusion approach well and with a relaxed atmosphere, it's one of those places which has serious food, but with a fun ambiance.

www.restaurantanzu.com or call +1 415 394 1100.

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