Suehiro has amazing sushi. The only bad thing is it is always busy and you are packed in there. It also has a bit of a fish smell. Besides that I highly recommend it. The Tuna Poke appetizer is amazing!!
Having recently moved from the east coast we have been very disappointed in the sushi options of NOCO. Suehiro has consistently been the best place we've been to. We had the yellowtail, hawaiian yellowtail, and the white tuna last night and it was outstanding. The complimentary miso soup is quite good and personally I enjoy the salad as well (I've noticed it is better some days then others though). I already want to go back!
For those of you who think suehiro's is poor, you have a lot to learn. I lived in Japan for 4 years and Suehiro's is the closest thing to real authentic Japanese’s food I have found in the US. The only thing they are missing is it's not in Japan.
I have to disagree with the statement that Suehiro's is trendy and sub-par. The staff are great and the sushi is the best in town. I've never been disappointed!
I've been a frequent diner here for over 10 years and there is always something new to try. Whether you like to sit at the bar, at a table or in the tea room, it is always a pleasant experience.
If you have children, they even will serve a plate of tofu, which the kids really love. If you're not sure what you want and you're sitting at the bar, let the chefs make up something for you! I love Suehiro's and give them the highest compliments!
Suehiro is far too trendy, and the sushi is sub-par. If you want good sushi there are far better places to spend your money. Heck, if you want decent sushi, there are better places to go even in Fort Collins.
The place is very noisy, and full of college kids. The service is also extremely slow. There is no reason that it should take almost 45 minutes to get an order of unagi, its just not that hard.
I was also ver disapointed with thier pre-sushi salad. I'm not sure what they put in there but it was practically an instant stomach ache. The miso soup was also poor at best. Miso doesnt often have a strong flavor, but for some reason thiers did, and it wasnt even the same flavor as miso paste, which leads me to wonder what they put in thier miso soup.
If you want quality sushi, don't go to Suehiro. You can make much better sushi at home for less.
Suehiro is one of those trendy sushi places where Americans go and pretend that they are getting good sushi.
The head sushi chef is nice, but that does not translate to making good sushi. They roll some of the skimpiest rolls in town, using fish from the same suplier as all the other sushi restraunts in town. They key though is that they aren't the first to go through the fish that comes to fort collins.
Many people refer to the traditional tea room, which is really little more than benches with recessed tables. Anyone who believes the tea room is an authentic traditional tea room has obviously never been to one. The last time I went there, they didn't even know what brand of sake the house sake was.
Bottom line: If you want to be trendy, go to Suehiro.. if you want good sushi go somewhere else..
Suehiro's has everything you're looking for in a Japanese Restaurant. With a great location, lovely ambiance, fresh sushi, reasonable prices, variety, delicious entrees, and soup and salad included with every order, what's not to love? You can sit in the traditional tea room or chat with the friendly head chief at the bar or just enjoy a bottle of sake at a table by the window. I've tried just about all the sushi in Fort Collins, and this place is my favorite!!
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