517 Hayes St San FranciscoCA94102
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Here at sebo, we strive to bring you the highest quality sushi in the traditional edomae style. our focus is the freshness and quality of our fish. we only carry fish that are in season and obtain most of our fish from the three main markets in japan on a daily basis. as rice is one of the most important elements of sushi, we only use koshihikari, the short grain variety traditionally used to...
by gogobot on May 26, 2015 from gogobot


The Extras: Five-or-seven-course "omakase" (literally, "to entrust") sushi bar experiences are available for $60 or $80.
by ezlocal on May 04, 2012 from ezlocal
What to Drink: The outstanding--albeit pricey--sake list compiled by True Sake's Beau Timken is a bouquet of diverse, complex standouts.
by ezlocal on May 04, 2012 from ezlocal

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Michael Black Pops Up; Two-Month Reservation Woes:
THE MISSION—Sebo's Michael Black bounced back from the closure of his restaurant by becoming Local Mission Market's fishmonger, and now he's getting back into the cooking side of things by hosting a weekly Sunday izakaya pop-up at sister spot Local's Corner. He'll offer a handful of Japanese dishes (including some Sebo holdovers) made with local ingredients, plus Fort Point beer. [Inside Scoop]...
by eater on March 13, 2014 from eater
Souvla Snags Sebo Space; 4505's Paleo Turducken:
HAYES VALLEY—Sebo just closed on Saturday, but its space on Hayes already has a taker: Souvla, a fast-casual Greek spot from Charles Bililies (Bouchon, Michael Mina) featuring artisan souvlaki, Greek frozen yogurt, and draft beer and wine. Tablehopper previewed the concept last year, for those seeking further intel. [Hayeswire/Tablehopper]

THE MISSION—4505 Meats has offered a Turducken for...
by eater on October 30, 2013 from eater
Hayes Valley's Sebo to Close October 26:
Bummer news for Hayes Valley sushi fans today, as pioneering sushi spot Sebo has announced that their last day of service will be next Saturday, October 26. As Tablehopper reports, chef-owner Michael Black wasn't able to negotiate a reasonable new lease, and combined with his becoming a dad for the third time, decided it might be a good time to take a break.
by eater on October 15, 2013 from eater
Pristine sushi---and saké to match.:
Sebo Restaurant Review: Sushi purists jockey for space at the miniscule bar of this mod Hayes Valley restaurant. The space is stylish and contemporary with a loft-like atmosphere, Japanese screens and six sleek, trapezoidal wood tables along with the coveted ringside seats. Sushi chef Michael Black grew up in Japan and with this venture has fulfilled the desire to bring the freshest selection...
by gayot on August 11, 2012 from gayot

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This chic sushi restaurant is elite. While the prices on the menu may make your eyes bulge, the food will not disappoint. Sebo is rumored to serve some of the best sushi in the city. The owners take such pride in the quality and presentation of their dishes that soy sauce and ginger are available only by request or recommendation from the chef. This is one of those one-time-a-year places for a...
by yahoolocal on March 24, 2012 from yahoolocal