I visited Sushi Rock midweek for lunch. It is in a good location overlooking the Grant/Pine intersection in San Francisco's Chinatown. It has a basic neo-modern decor, with blond wood furniture and several flat screen TVs. The menu has both traditional sushi offerings as well as more Asian-California fusion offerings labelled with rocker names such as the B52.
Overall it was a mixed offering. The miso soup was blah, the typical appetizer of cucumber and seaweed was also short of flavor. However the lunch special of curry chicken and rice was quite good. The service was outstanding.
If you are in San Francisco's Chinatown and are looking for a decent value Japanese alternative this is a good place. However this is Chinatown so your eating options are nearly boundless and you can find better without a lot of trouble
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