San Francisco Sushi Restaurant Tokyo Go-Go Adds Noodle and Grilled Items to Menu

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Izakaya-style Tokyo Go-Go in the Mission District of San Francisco has added teriyaki, udon, ramen, katsu and Japanese curry.

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Our chicken udon is chicken soup for the soul—it warms you up and makes you feel good.

Tokyo Go-Go, the modish San Francisco sushi restaurant, has introduced several new menu items by popular request. The additions include traditional Japanese dishes such as udon noodle soups, ramen, teriyaki, katsu, and even a vegetarian Japanese curry.

Udon is now available with only Japanese-style vegetables or with chicken or seafood added. “Our chicken udon is chicken soup for the soul—it warms you up and makes you feel good,” said co-owner Kevin Jiang. “We’ve also added teriyaki and katsu dishes for meat-lovers. Our delicious Japanese curry dish containing potatoes, carrots and zucchini can be added for $2.50 for those who want to experience a Japanese meat-and-potatoes meal.”

The menu also features miso ramen made with bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, boiled egg and fish cake; shoyu ramen made with bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, boiled egg and wakame (seaweed); and chasu ramen made with bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, boiled egg and barbequed pork.

The San Francisco Japanese restaurant has also fired up the grill to serve guests chicken, beef, and salmon teriyaki. Their breaded deep-fried katsu dishes are made with chicken or lean pork loin, and served with tonkatsu sauce, which is made from pureed apples.

Tokyo Go-Go is modeled after an izakaya, which is a Japanese version of a happy hour establishment, where the drinks are the main focus and food is served as an accompaniment. The trendy sushi spot received a Best of Sushi Award in 2004.

For more information about Tokyo Go-Go, call them at (415) 992-5732 or visit them on the web at http://www.tokyogogo-sf.com.

About Tokyo Go-Go
Located in the San Francisco Mission District, Tokyo Go-Go is a premiere sushi restaurant that serves traditional Japanese and Asian-fusion cuisine in a hip and modern atmosphere. The Michelin Star-recommended sushi restaurant was recently recognized for serving the best sushi in San Francisco. The restaurant also maintains a 4-star rating by Yelp reviewers.

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