Went for the first time for dinner. Server, Annie, was the most unfriendly person I have ever encountered. I told her it was our first time there and asked what she recommended. She said sushi . Well, no s**t! So, I said what is popular here? She said we just updated our menu . Well, thanks for the advice, dipwad! That helped a lot! She never asked if we wanted any drinks, so finally I said hows the hot saki here? She said haven t you ever had it before? I said yes, and her smart #$%$ reply is well they are all the same . So much for a knowledgeable, helpful server! Food was mediocre. We got a Crunch Roll, Tuna roll and a chicken roll. ehhhh. Crab rangoons would have been good if they hadn t been cooked and then sat under a lamp to be served cold and chewy. Saki was not good! Our #$%$ server tried to take our plates with food still on them, without asking if we were done. Would never go back! We love Hook s across the street and have always wanted to try Sushi Rock, but sorry we wasted 50.00! Between Annie, with the stick up her #$%$, never cracking a smile , and the #$%$ food, don t waste your time or money! If I could give it no stars, I would!
Horrible service, mediocre food at quite high prices relative to neighboring higher quality restaurants. There is certainly a good reason why sushi rock is generally empty when ichiban, hooks an kinjo are all packed.
I have been to Hook's a few times across the street - very good. The night I tried Sushi Rock, Hook's had a long wait and I was in a time crunch. I now understand why there was a long like at Hooks and only 4 cars in the parking lot at Sushi Rock. The sushi - everything - was awful. I enjoy sunomuno salads, most of the time they're refreshing and tasty. This tasted like someone poured straight white vinegar over the cucumbers and seafood. One word, inedible. The rest of the meal was uneventful and I wouldn't return. Next time I'll wait for a table at Hooks.
St Petersburg has so many wonderful restaurants available in almost any ethnic style. Sushi Rock Grill is by far one of the best sushi restaurants I have had the pleasure to experience. The sashimi is so fresh and delicious.
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