European-style deli meets Japanese cuisine in Delica rf1 at the San Francisco Ferry Building. Occupying a cavernous space fitted with a single long table against the window and an intimate Nakashima-style wooden sushi bar, Delica rf1 bustles at lunch time and slows down for the evening sushi happy hour, when servers bring out additional tables. At lunch, diners create their own a la carte bento box from a selection of salads (including creative Asian-fusion selections such as wasabi garlic potato salad), Japanese-style curries, and panko-crusted seafood. Evening options include wild-harvest salmon and creative sushi rolls.
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From Food & Wine , APR 2006
Japanese entrepreneur Kozo Iwata opened Delica RF-1, his sleek Tokyo-style delicatessen, to pay homage to his idol, Alice Waters, and what has come to be known as her 'delicious revolution.'...MORE
From Food & Wine , SEP 2005
Sparkling glass cases surround an open kitchen where cooks fry scallops in a crunchy panko crust and prepare seaweed salads with hijiki and dried soybeans or green beans with creamy sesame dressing. At under $10, the daily bento box is a great deal....MORE
From the From the May 2008 Food & Wine Go List
<a href="/bestnewchefs/?year=2001&chef=0BD91D5B-3D35-4042-8D97BE2604B8BF32">Craig Stoll (an F&W Best New Chef 2001)</a> runs this inspired Cal-Italian Mission spot, one of the Bay Area's favorite neighborhood restaurants.