is divided into multiple areas — Ichi Sushi in the front with seasonal sushi, Ni Bar in the back with its bar menu and izakaya dishes, and even a dedicated omakase counter. The restaurant’s high ceilings, wood finishings and modern light fixtures complement the low-key environment. Sake, wine and beer are all on hand.
“They've aimed to preserve the intimacy of the original location by dividing their new space in two,” says Eater SF. “The 30-seat sushi bar, in front, includes a counter for omakase sampling and a handful of tables, while Ni Bar serves as an izakaya with drinks.”
Get your sushi fix at Ichi Sushi + Ni Bar by booking through Reserve.