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Best Value: This spirited Japanese sushi bar thrives on the quality of its fish and the variety offered to customers. Affordable maki, nigiri, and sashimi are beautifully prepared and presented, as much a visual delight as a gustatory one. Guests are also encouraged to try nasu dengaku, a delicious baked eggplant. With more than 90 sushi selections on the menu, it's easy to find a wealth of appetizing options. And Kabuchi is a great example of a budget minded restaurant not skimping on quality or inventiveness, offering dishes such as the Hamachi Pear, Yellowtail sushi topped with sliced pear and kabuto fruity mustard sauce. Full dinners are available.

Japanese: This spirited Japanese sushi bar thrives on the quality of its fish and the variety offered to customers. Affordable maki, nigiri, and sashimi are beautifully prepared and presented, as much a visual delight as a gustatory one. Guests are also encouraged to try nasu dengaku, a delicious baked eggplant. With more than 90 sushi selections on the menu, it's easy to find a wealth of appetizing options. A big favorite is their signature S.F. Wave Tsunami, which includes cooked red tuna, chopped with ginger and green onion and wrapped with egg and served with Kabuto seaweed gravy sauce. Full dinners are available.

Sushi, Lunch: This spirited Japanese sushi bar thrives on the quality of its fish and the variety offered to customers. Affordable maki, nigiri, and sashimi are beautifully prepared and presented, as much a visual delight as a gustatory one. Guests are also encouraged to try nasu dengaku, a delicious baked eggplant. With more than 90 sushi selections on the menu, it's easy to find a wealth of appetizing options. Full dinners are available.

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Local Expert Tom Molanphy Says:

Best Value, Japanese: "Exquisite sushi and cooked dishes satiate cravings for authenticity."

Recommended as Best Value Because: Sushi can be very expensive, but Kabuto doesn't skimp on quality to reach affordability.

Best for Japanese Because: Kabuto is a gem right off of Highway One, a great stop on the way back from (or going towards) the Golden Gate Bridge.

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