Kaiseki Saryo Hachi

1861 El Camino Real, Burlingame
(650) 239-9391

Recent Reviews

Heng C

The ultimate hidden gem in the Bay Area—An unassuming mom-and-pop ramen shop in a strip plaza transformed into an intimate kaiseki fine-dining experience, highlighting the best seasonal ingredients from Japan. Highly recommended.

James Hay

Eclectic, potent ingredients come together; each flavour slightly more imaginative than the last.Picked wasabi root was a sweet and spicy surprise!

Rachel Pong

I love everything the chef prepared. Creative cooking, fresh ingredients, carefully executed, beautiful presentation. Very delicious food. Definitely love to go back again.

Chris H

High quality Japanese cuisine. Very fresh seafood with excellent flavoring. Best Kaiseki I had in Bay Area so far!

Chris Hsu

High quality Japanese cuisine. Very fresh seafood with excellent flavoring. Best Kaiseki I had in Bay Area so far!

Brian Leung

Delicious full course kaiseki dinner, with each course better than the last. Highlights include the maitake mushroom tempura, kamatoro in the chirashi bowl, and a5 wagyu course. Definitely on the pricier side, but a worthwhile treat for a special occasion. Dinner was served over 3 hours.

GIANCARLO TREANO

Meecha Oishi!!!Was dragged in, by someone claiming the owner was Japanese. Having lived in Japan, I doubted it, but reluctantly followed. Well the owner is Japanese, and it’s nice to get real Japanese Food outside of Japan.

Roger Aba

This place has changed quite a few times, but the food is always great.Great quality food,Friendly staff,Mildly higher price.But never had issues with the food. Delicious.

Becky Agbona

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Jerry C

Beautiful dishes that have a story to tell with Michelin star-level execution. Each bite has so much flavor it layers without conflict. The sake menu is also simple and down to the point. It was a kaiseki course that made the pandemic more like a fleeting nightmare.

Daniel

One of my favorite ramen places. The ramen isn’t too oily and the broth is exceptional.

Nana Oyiza

I contacted @dr_obozespellhome ([email protected]) for the return of my boyfriend to me and now I am so happy that I got a positive result and we are living happing and the Dr oboze is a great Casting good luck spells

Raphael “El Rapha”

Really good tori paitan and shoyu broths + the very delicious and rare thin ramen noodles that one would typically find In south eastern Japan make this place a rare and special find.

Raphael Pepi

Really good tori paitan and shoyu broths + the very delicious and rare thin ramen noodles that one would typically find In south eastern Japan make this place a rare and special find.

Jonathan J

Had the Kaiseki Lunch Course ($140). I think they only have this available on Sundays and it is hard to nab a spot so make sure you make a reservation by reaching out to the restaurant! This place is in a inconspicuous spot, but oh my it is a hidden gem!The courses were all amazing, and I loved them all. They even had Nodoguro!! Delicious. The hostess was so warm and friendly as well. And their red bean basque cheesecake is so unique, never had anything like it. The Kaiseki here is on par with some of the more high end and pricey places in San Francisco, but I love the homey and authentic atmosphere of this place!One thing I would suggest is for the Kaiseki, to have a menu or course description so I would be able to memorialize everything I was eating (though of course the hostess explained everything in great detail, but personally I am more of a reader).Will definitely be back!!

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