Check out Little Rock's hottest new restaurant. Sekisui is the area's hippest Japanese restaurant, drawing a crowd that is usually a well-to-do ... More
Check out Little Rock's hottest new restaurant. Sekisui is the area's hippest Japanese restaurant, drawing a crowd that is usually a well-to-do younger group. There is good reason why so many locals eat here. Although the food is a bit costly compared to other area Japanese restaurants, the food is delicious. A novel conversation starter is the revolving sushi bar. Tempt your palate with Hibachi grilled vegetables, Teppanyaki steaks, shrimp and chicken.
I love this place! I'm a regular here and I've always had an awesome experience. I had my birthday party of about 20 people here last year, they took good care of us. The hibachi chef put on a very entertaining show. As for the sushi, well... I think it is delicious, but don't just take my word for it. My friend who is a sushi chef as well as connoisseur tells me that this place has the freshest sushi in Little Rock I believe it. The manager is a sweet lady who is very attentive, tries to make sure you have everything you need. This place is one of my two favorite spots in town. You really would be missing out if you didn't try this place!
I'm all about an experience when I'm dining out, and this restaurant has it. It's nice having your own table when you have a larger group, but it's something neat and different how you sit at a table with other customers when you go as a couple for example. I like the authenticity of the environment and the chefs. They seem upbeat and enthusiastic. They do lots of tricks that are entertaining, especially good when you have children with you. The fried rice is the best.I usually order the filet mignon or the shrimp or lobster, and it's cooked perfectly every time (when you like medium-rare steak, it's hard to find someone who can not overcook it!). It's decently priced as well. Service is great. Great, great restaurant, and MUCH better than the others.
The food is great and the the staff is very freindly. I'm a bit concerned though about the state of the building. There are a lot of water leaks and what looks to be black mold growing on ceiling tiles. Some of their pane glass windows have delaminated and have a one inch gap in them. There is no barrier between the inside and outside. Seems the city code enforcement or health department should evaluate these issues and make them correct these problems. They just seem to be a bit hazardous for a place that serves multiple meals to people everyday.
Has good ambience but no personality...Sushi was alright like
everybody else...You know.. I believe... Gina's At Highway 10 should have a shot to be up with the heavyweights of Japanese restaurants.
Pray On, Work On and Hope on Gina's. You !!!
We have eaten here for years, really since it first opened we were there the second day it was open. Always wonderful staff, and the best food of its type around. They always work very hard to take care of us, I have a daughter who is allergic to seafood & eggs, they always give us a special table, and take extra care of her, since they cook a lot of seafood, and always do lots of tricks with the egg, and its shell.
We arrived at 5 pm, the restaurant was barely filled, was taken to over our table 20 minutes later by this unpleasant hostess. There are 6 adults in our party, the hostess points us to a hibachi table that only fits 5! She refused to let us move to a bigger table. Well, they have lost our business and we will certainly spread this news to all our friends and family. Obviously they are in in the business to serve the customers! We left and went to Benihana...better food, most important better SERVICE...which this people do not know anything about!
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