This restaurant is one of the more popular places to go for sushi in Denver. Its menu also offers tempura, teriyaki, and a variety of traditional ... More
This restaurant is one of the more popular places to go for sushi in Denver. Its menu also offers tempura, teriyaki, and a variety of traditional Japanese soups like Udon, but the sushi is the best bet. The atmosphere is often lively with patrons crowding just inside the door, friendly hostesses, waiters and waitresses buzzing around, and plenty of noise coming from the dining room. The Sushi Den is known for bringing out the local trendsetters and is the place to be seen. Lunchtime, however, is more relaxed and quiet.
I absolutly would recommend this restaurant to anyone, especially if its you're first time trying sushi. Sushi Den is awesome and courtious, their food is out of this world, and thier pastries totally hit the spot. I loved the bartenders, they will make whatever you want. It's an overall excellent expierence for sure. The wait is definitly worth it, but I suggest getting there no later than 3pm if you'd like to be one of the firsts to be seated. They open the doors around 4:30pm and by then there is a line that can circle the block twice... that's how good this place is!
I've been to about every sushi place in town and continually find Sushi Den provides the best in terms of quality and value in Denver. When friends from NYC or the West Coast visit, we always take them here if they want Sushi to show that Denver actually has quality, fresh sushi. One of the city's best restaurants!
We had a great time at Sushi Den. The service was quick and courteous. The fish was fresh and tasty. There was great energy.
We sat at the bar so we were able to view the chefs preparing our food. We didn't have to wait to get a seat, although they appeared to be very busy even though it wasn't a Friday or Saturday night. A good sign the food will be fresh.
There were a lot of Sushi choices, cooked items as well as the traditional.
The area was beautiful and the night nice, we didn't mind parking a bit away and walking in.
I would highly recommend this place to anyone that enjoys sushi.
There is no reservation for this restaurant. Therefore, people have to wait on the street for about 1 hour. This place is the worst sushi restaurant I have been to in my whole life. Environment is dirty and noisy, food is Americanized, overrated and overpriced. Our waiter has bad breath and forgot one dish we ordered. The restroom is small and dirty. Both men and women restrooms can only hold 3 people each at the same time, while the whole restaurant can seat over 250 people. The different sashimi dishes we tried are all preseasoned rawfish, seared in onion, soy sauce, cucumber and green peppers. We can't even find a real sashimi plate with unseasoned fresh rawfish. Most entree choices are same style as a normal steakhouse. Most customers are low class white trash with ill manners and poor educated. Personally, the best sushi restaurant in Denver area is Sushi-Tora.
The service is great. Even though it was busy. The staff really did their best to get everyone in and out. Along with making sure that the customers were happy and satisfied. Great atomosphere. Food was above and beyond.
I cannot say enough kind things about Sushi Den. I am originally from California, where bad sushi is hard to find. In Denver, I have not been so lucky. Most of the sushi places here have only a few fresh items, most of them tasting like they were shipped halfway across the country in a freight truck.
Sushi Den is a very refreshing location. Yes, the atmosphere is a bit pretentious and yuppy, but what good sushi restaurant isn't? Sushi is a pretentious and yuppy food in the United States. Get over it! I actually do like the decor quite a bit and, despite the crowds, I find the restaurant to be romantic.
The fish is phenomenal. The toro melts in your mouth, as does the salmon. They have the BEST uni in the city. I have yet to have uni so flavorful anywhere else. The exotic fish is a nice menu bonus, my favorites being the bonito and the monkfish liver. Of course, talking strictly comforting, their miso and clear soup is also very satisfying. Don't forget to finish your meal with some mocchi ice cream!!!
The service is great, the food comes out as it's ready, so it's rarely sitting around. They have the best sake selection I've seen in this city and I love the fact that they serve it in the sake boxes.
At Sushi Den, you pay for what you get. You get great service, fresh fish, and fun atmosphere. Yes, the pretention is there, but what can one do about that? Go for the food, not the ambience, and you won't be disappointed.
Amongst my Japanese and Asian friends this is widely regarded as the best Sushi in Denver. I would tend to agree, but the prices are a little spendy and you are certainly paying for the ambiance and location. I have never had a bad meal in the numerous times I have been here and never hesitate to go back...
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This restaurant is one of the more popular places to go for sushi in Denver. Its menu also offers tempura,
teriyaki, and a variety of traditional Japanese soups like Udon, but the sushi is the best bet. The atmosphere ...