This Restrant is the perfect place so sushi and fun and excitment!
First of all, the food is cooked right in front of you so you know wat there doing.
Second, the food is great and so is the service!
Im 15 but i know a great restrant when i see one...
...or in this case,
...eat at one (:
Mori gets high praise from the locals for serving delicious food, with excellent service, in a pleasant atmosphere. BUT, don't be too quick to follow ill advice. Mori is simply not that great. The food is average, but for the price it leaves you less than satisfied. The atmosphere is not all that exotic, squeezed between a tanning salon and a gym. If you become overly hot, or the smell of gas grills becomes too much, the owners are quick to dismiss you in favor of other customers. It is clear in this establishment that money is number one, and customers are only catered to as a means of lining their own pockets. A few underhanded tricks to save money include charging for birthday celebrations, serving meager salads, filling non refillable drinks like Shirley Temples and juices with an excessive amount of ice in a glass that is much smaller than anyone else's. And to top it off, their establishment is infested with roaches and mice. My friend Dianne had a mouse crawl over her foot in the Sushi area. Another friend of mine who once worked there told me how often they would fish a roach out of the soup and continue to serve it. She was not fired or disgruntled, by the way. I plan never to eat there again, and to keep my friends, family, and community members away. The only reason I can think of for Mori being at all popular in Valdosta is perhaps because the people there have not ventured out into the world much. There are better priced, friendlier Japanese restaurants! I recommend Ichiban, or going out of Valdosta.
My husband and I always go to Mori's when we come to town, they're so good. It's actually like a show and dinner, and the service is really good, we live in Boston, MA an haven't found anything as good as Mori's!
I get sushi at Mori at least once a week. It's consistently good food, much better than Alligatou or even GLO for that matter. It would be great if they would open for lunch as there is no place to get sushi in Valdosta that time of day.