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TipTop Sashimi Challenge Results

16 Mar

The TipTop Sashimi Challenge results are below!

Don't forget to join us for this weeks TipTop Me Lucky Stars Challenge on Facebook!

TipTop Food results are based on analysis of millions of sentences written by thousands of reviewers. Tokyo GoGo was rated pretty high at 71%, but the highest quality sushi dishes in San Francisco can be found at Tanuki Restaurant in the Inner Richmond. Seto's in Sunnyvale was best for sushi, but Ocean Blue Sushi Club was rated highest for overall quality, winning out with service. In Cupertino, Azuma's was ranked highest for service and third for sushi dishes with Sushi Tatsumi in the overall number one spot. Kaygetsu was definitely the best in Menlo Park having the most highly rated Miso Soup, Sake, and Sushi in the area. Do you agree? Check out the Poll below.

Restaurant Location

TipTop Fan Restaurant Tips

TipTop Food Quality Rating

TipTop Fan Dish Tips

TipTop Food Dish Picks

TipTop Food Sushi Picks

San Francisco

Tokyo GoGo

71%

Sushi, Sake

Sushi, Sake

In San Francisco.

Sunnyvale

Seto Japanese Cuisine

68%

Sushi

Sushi, Tuna, Sake

In Sunnyvale.

Cupertino

Azuma Japanese Cuisine

67%

Sushi

Hamachi, Agadashi Tofu, Sashimi

In Cupertino.

Menlo Park

Kaygetsu

66%

Sushi, Ambiance

Sake, Sushi, Miso Soup

In Menlo Park.

Scotts Valley

Rumble Fish

NA

Sunny Roll, Lion King, Crazy Horse

NA

In Santa Cruz.

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1 Comment

Posted by on March 16, 2009 in Uncategorized

 

One response to “TipTop Sashimi Challenge Results

  1. watcat

    March 17, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Hi this blog is great I will be recommending it to friends.

     

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