Almost everything to know about this significant rooftop cafe coming to S.F.’s Union Square

Chotto Matte, an intercontinental string of higher-finish Nikkei eating places, is plotting an ambitious, around-the-top site in San Francisco, comprehensive with a substantial rooftop terrace overlooking Union Square.

The restaurant will open following year on the top rated ground of 100 Stockton St., a redevelopment of the previous Macy’s Men’s shop. It is a important opening for the Bay Region, wherever Nikkei dining establishments — which blend Peruvian substances with Japanese approaches — are couple and significantly amongst.

Chotto Matte will serve dishes like sashimi with aji amarillo peppers, smoked lamb chops and gyoza with sweet potato-yuzu purée. There is also a robata grill menu section devoted to marinated meats, seafood and greens cooked on the Japanese charcoal grills. In addition, tables will be outfitted with hibachi grills and the cafe will have a sushi bar. Dishes exclusive to the San Francisco site, designed by a local head chef, will be on the menu, way too.

The Union Sq. outpost marks the initially West Coastline locale for Chotto Matte, which proprietor Kurt Zdesar to start with opened in London in 2013. He’s given that expanded to Miami and Toronto, with a lot more outposts prepared for Beverly Hills and Saudi Arabia.