Art/S Global Tapas - Page 2

An array of intriguing small plates from around the world -- but the riff is match, not mix


Fish: several varieties are offered as "sizzling" plates, among them an excellent mahi-mahi filet ($10), dense, meaty, and juicy atop a jumble of bean sprouts, green peas, yellow zucchini, goji berries, and Meyer lemon in a garlic sauce. For unsizzling, flip the menu card and find an extensive list of nigiri, sashimi, and rolls, including spicy tuna — the "ultimate" ($7.50) — and Cancun ($9), with smoked albacore, roasted jalapeño peppers, avocado, and spicy radish. The Cancun struck me as a Californication (a quite nice one, though), while the former strongly appealed to a member of our party who'd never eaten a sushi-style dish before: an already small world growing a little smaller.


Dinner: Sun.–Wed., 5:30-10 p.m.; Thurs.–Sat., 5:30–11 p.m.

2353 Lombard, SF

(415) 931-7900

Full bar


Moderately noisy

Wheelchair accessible


I'm not an food expert or anything but the place is really cool. Decor is really nice, obviously not well known yet but my friends and I had a good time here. Here's a video of the place, if you mention Jippidy you get a free appetizer.

Posted by Guest on Apr. 02, 2010 @ 1:07 am

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