Great sushi selection. Love the Vegas Roll! However, don't come here if you are in a hurry. Service is slow and to go orders always take 10-15 minutes longer than they tell you on the phone. However, the sushi is definitely worth the wait.
BTW, the name of the restaurant is Kyoto, not Kyota.
The service is rather spotty - sometimes it's great, other times it's horrid. Some of the people don't speak good english, which can make for awkward times. With how much friendlier and cheaper Wasabi is, I just go there. I stopped going to Kyoto's a long time ago as such.
My first visit I was blown away by the quality of the sushi. This was when they were first opening.
Time passed, I invited my mother to have some. They took 90 minutes to bring out our food, the excuse they made was that they wanted to serve sushi at the same time, and it was taking a while.
I extended the olive branch after this incident and the waitress tried to pass time with idle conversation with us. My date had some topics of her own and it she barely got around to all of them because of the waitress's chitchat.
The Dragon Roll has good presentation, but the rest of the food I've had there leaves something to be desired.
Because it takes so long to get your food, it's a great place to take a date if she likes to 'talk'
The yellowtail sushi is great and the smoked salmon is also one of my favorites. They also have udon noodle dishes that are good. Expect to pay $20 - $30 for two people to be full to the max. Good lighting for friendly atmosphere. Beer's cold, too.
This is my favorite restaurant in Rolla, barely edging out Alex's. I highly reccomedn the Teriyaki Salmon but the tofu dishes and the sushi are all good. For an appetizer try the steamed soy beans (edimami) and for desert don't pass up the Japanese Ice Cream in either red bean or green tea (my favorite) flavors. They have American stye ice cream in the same flavors also. I reccomend Kyoto for lunch or dinner.
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