Moshi Moshi (Hello?)

I thought the name of this restaurant was so cute and catchy.  Moshi Moshi means, “Hello?” when you pick up the phone in Japanese.


Since my Dad had eaten unagi at lunch, he went with tempura for dinner.  He does not eat raw fish.


My Mom, Boyfriend and I decided to split a bunch of rolls because that is the easiest and cheaper route than ordering onigiri.  We had rolls with such names as Dynasty of Love, New Moon and Rock and Roll.


The Dynasty of Love was spicy and came in cute heart shapes!!


Moshi Moshi is located in an unassuming building on a corner in Potrero Hill.  I had never been to this area of the city before so it was fun going.  The prices were reasonable and the fish tasted fresh.  I’d definitely love to go back.  Hopefully, we will be lucky getting parking again!

2092 3rd St. (between Mariposa St & 18th St) San Francisco, CA

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2 Comments on “Moshi Moshi (Hello?)”

  1. Boyfriend Says:

    Cooked fish I may have a problem with, but if the fish is fresh, sushi is awesome. If the fish isn’t fresh… well let’s not go there. I would love to go back to this place (especially with another coupon). It was a bit empty at first, but as we left it was slowly filling up. So despite the slightly out of the way location, it seems to be pretty popular. Just remember that kewpie = mayonnaise and rooster sauce = sriracha when you are ordering.

  2. Jill Matsunaga Says:

    Mmmmm, oishi!! Did they have any good looking vegetable ones too? Maybe you should add Cali Roll to your list next weekend!!

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