The Culinary Travelogue

Cafe Kati

Kiss Me, Kati: Polished, less psychedelic versions of the brouhaha served at other fusion spots.
Anthony Pidgeon
Kiss Me, Kati: Polished, less psychedelic versions of the brouhaha served at other fusion spots.

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Cafe Kati

1963 Sutter
San Francisco, CA 94115

Category: Restaurant > Fusion

Region: Japantown/Pacific Heights

Details

Black bass with pickled tomatoes $23

Five-spice duck breast $28

Pancetta-wrapped pork $27

Dragon Roll $14

Ahi-crab tacos $13

Banana fudge sundae $6.75

Domaine Rocher syrah $7/glass

Open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Reservations accepted. Wheelchair accessible.

Parking: validated at the Japan Center Garage. Muni: 2, 3, 4, 22. Noise level: pronounced.

775-7313

1963 Sutter (at Fillmore)

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The hundred-item wine list is primarily Californian, well sprinkled with collectibles, and on the middle-to-upscale side -- 16 bottles are priced in the triple-digit range. But 10 vintages come by the half-bottle and eight by the glass, and Tina Webber's printed comments are helpful and incisive. There's a fine selection of syrahs to choose from -- the Domaine Rocher in particular is dark, deep, luscious, and especially complementary to the roast duck. Not unlike the complementary nature of a Mexican taco made of Chinese wonton and stuffed with California crab and Japanese tuna.

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