231 Franklin St San FranciscoCA94102

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by merchantcircle on October 16, 2017 from merchantcircle

Editorial Reviews

Nojo Restaurant Review:
This Hayes Valley restaurant’s name means “farm” in Japanese, and though the modern interior seems about as far away as you can get from pond and pasture, when your plate arrives you'll understand. Nojo's menu is built around fresh produce and farm fresh meats. Skewers are the specialty, so much so that the menu is divided into "on a stick" and "not on a stick." Get adventurous with your...
by gayot on March 26, 2012 from gayot

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Nojo is the Japanese word for farm, as in the best quality ingredients from the farms & ranches of the Bay Area. The idea is the culmination of chef/owner Greg Dunmore's travels to Japan & his desire to bring together the best of both Izakaya (where creative & seasonal small plates are offered in a fun relaxed & lively environment) & Yakitori (grilled, tasty skewers, dipped in incredible...
by yahoolocal on August 17, 2015 from yahoolocal
Located in the heart of the city, Nojo takes inspiration from Japan's Izakaya establishments and offers a lively space to savor Japanese specialties and spirits. Yakitori, or skewered cuts of chicken in a tempting array of sauces, are a specialty here. Apart from this, the skewer selection includes other delights like bacon wrapped scallions and pork jowl. A choice of Japanese favorites like...
by yahoolocal on April 02, 2014 from yahoolocal