Spare, modern decor and a funky downtown location contribute to the popularity of this place, especially with the lunch crowd. The relatively small ... More
Spare, modern decor and a funky downtown location contribute to the popularity of this place, especially with the lunch crowd. The relatively small interior is almost always full of patrons enjoying the extensive and off-beat selections at the sushi bar or partaking of some of the well-known specials. The Sukiyaki and Udon specials, both available only at dinner, are universally praised by diners. The restaurant's liquor license allows them to serve beer and wine with the meals.
The ultimate best rolls at Ginza are the Infubuki, Koyuki, X-Roll, and the Dark Side of the Rainbow (not on the menu). Tetsu's x-roll sauce is the best and the Sushi Chefs Rock and so do the Guy's in the Kitchen. Yummm Yummmm!!!!!!!!
Ginza, is in the top three in downtown for Sushi in my opinion...Takaski's is # 1, Gina # 2, and Miguro # 3.....Ginza has some great speciality rolls, and the quality of fish is second to none. It takes alot for me to give five stars, but they are one of the best in Salt Lake City in my opinion. They are opening a new restaurant in Draper here soon....Now I do not have to drive as far to get Sushi
We've been twice. The first time was great. At the bar, the sushi guy, Steve, was funny and entertaining. The second time, a young kid and an woman were the guys and it was dreadful. The rolls were unattractive and less well made than our home rolling. The time between dishes was absurd (~30minutes) because the woman decided only to feed her three friends and wouldn't make eye contact with any of the other customers. For the $$$ place it reeked. Avoid it, there are better places for your hard earned dollar and better sushi in Salt Lake City.
The Ginza is the most exclusive and expensive shopping area in Japan. It is also known for having the most expensive real estate on earth. The streets are lined with neon signs, department stores, boutiques, bars and restaurants
Among the Japanese companies in the Ginza, we found several familiar names like Coca Cola and Warner Brothers!