This is the best sushi place in Longmont. The sushi is excellent and the tempura has a unique texture and flavor. The staff are very friendly and get to know you if you are a regular. Highly recommended.
May 21, 2011
I can understand why some local folks like this restaurant. They don't understand good Japanese cuisine. There were no Asian customers here. None of the fish was fresh, maybe freshly frozen but not any better than most other midwestern Asian restaurants. You can get better at King Super and make it yourself for a lot less money. Fresh fish would be to much to ask for this far from the Pacific or Atlantic oceans. However; for what they charge for this ordinary frozen fish one would expect fresh. They even use fake crabmeat substitute inlieu of the real thing. Honestly my wife and I were nauseous when we got home. There are much better Japanese restaurants in Boulder and more reasonably priced. Do yourself a favor and don't go here.
Fantastic. We are very fortunate to have sushi of this quality in Longmont. We eat there at least once every couple weeks an, as always, they have the best service, are very friendly, truly appreciate the customer and never fail to provide a great dining experience.
What I especially like is the family atmosphere and when we come in with out kids. The staff never fails to acomodate the needs of the kids including giving them cookies while we wait for takeout!
A family favorite of ours! The folks that own it and work there have become like friends. The food is wonderful, the atmosphere is great. And Kho's Lemon Chicken is my favorite, though it hasn't been on the menu lately at Kho's Asian Bistro.
This is the place that got me hooked on Sushi!! I love the people and the food is to die for! If you haven't been yet, then change that soon!! I would recomend the Check It Out roll, if you like heat. If you want to go basic to Peggy Roll is perfect. But be dareing!! just go for it, even if it looks wierd, just plunge in!
Talk about Sushi, where do I begin. Sakura's, small and almost unnoticeable, except to the locals, wouldn't really standout except for two things. These, in order, are Food and Service. They excel at both. The Sushi, is the best that I have had in either Denver or Boulder. You might find that hard to believe - that a small hole-in-the-wall Sushi den in Longmont might be able to take on the best in Boulder - but, it is true. Service is incredibly friendly and the smiling hosts and waitresses address your every question and even engage in polite small talk - anddid I say they were all Japanese? Whenever I want great tasting Sushi, I go to Sakura!
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