Best Sushi and Then Some San Francisco 2000 - Moki's Sushi and Pacific Grill
If you haven't been to Moki's, we strongly -- nay, vehemently -- urge you to get your ass to Bernal Heights tout de suite. A brilliant sashimi combination is surpassed only by even-more-brilliant specialty maki, or, for those who prefer their food cooked, Polynesian-inspired dishes such as spicy corn fritters with Indonesian soy sauce, dayboat scallops, and a luscious sterling salmon with mango-cucumber sambal. If you like sushi but your date does not, this is the place to go. And, if you want your date to start liking sushi, offer him a taste of your Ecstasy Roll (ahi, albacore, avocado, tobiko, green onions, tempura'd whole), which is as close as many of us will ever come to knowing God.