Why San Mateo Is the Best Place to Eat Japanese Food in the Bay Area

Yoshizumi doesn’t even get a mention.

But the best known — and easily the most idiosyncratic — of the bunch is Sushi Sam’s Edomata

Keep it our secret. ;-D


Luke Tsai’s just trying to give a sense of the diversity and quality of the Japanese scene there, not take a detailed inventory.

Yoshizumi has had a Michelin star for a while so not much of a secret.

Beard Papa, blech. The small of those imported frozen factory shells baking kills my appetite.