July 27, 2016
Home / Articles / Restaurant Guide 2013 / 20 Faves /  San Q Japanese Pub

San Q Japanese Pub

October 16, 2013, 12:00 am

San Q, the brainchild of longtime Kohnami owner Sang Gyoo Park (say it aloud), taught Santa Fe a new word: japas, or Japanese tapas. The concept is simple (in fact, we’re surprised no one thought of it before), but San Q devotes an entire section of its menu to this specialty, making it the ideal place to spend a lazy weekend afternoon or late-night dinner sampling from the wealth of diverse small-plate options. The gyoza are fabulous (and a steal at $6 for six pieces), as is the buta kimchi (kimchi with pork, $9), and a host of other options await. But less adventurous diners need not worry: San Q also offers plenty of classic favorites for both lunch and dinner—fried rice, California rolls, and various rice and noodle bowls. The restaurant bills itself as a Japanese pub, and a new pool room in front reinforces that notion, as do a variety of regional beers and sake. Finish up with green tea mochi or tempura ice cream, and your stomach will thank you.

31 Burro Alley, 992-0304
Lunch and dinner Monday-Saturday;
dinner only on Sunday. $15-$20


comments powered by Disqus

Morning Word: Lawmakers Tell Governor to Consider Tax Hike

Morning Word More lawmakers, including some Republicans, are asking Gov. Susana Martinez to call a special session to deal with a $650 million revenue shortfall. ... More

July 26, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr


* indicates required
Choose your newsletter(s):

@SFReporter on Instagram