This unassuming spot within a shopping center has garnered raves from sushi lovers all over the area. The setting is simple, but serene. A long list ... More
This unassuming spot within a shopping center has garnered raves from sushi lovers all over the area. The setting is simple, but serene. A long list of sushi and sashimi (including many daily specials) is posted above the sushi bar. Can't decide what to order? At lunch, teriyaki, tempura, sushi or sashimi combinations are great. A few Korean dishes are also on the menu. Full bar service, with Japanese beers and sake, is available. Feel like a few tunes with your tuna? Come by for karaoke on weekends.
My friends who are native New Yorkers, that have traveled the world chose to make Arizona their home. They both feel that this place is just as good as the sushi restraunts in NYC.
Im an Arizona cowgirl who was raised on beef and Mexican food. So Sushi was something I had never tried so they took me here. The staff was friendly, they took time to explain the menu, the sushi makers, or whatever you call them were happy working away, very friendly - they said hello to us as we walked in the door.
I tried several different things, my friend did all the ordering. She explained what makes good sushi, the smell, the color, etc. Our food was excellent. I live 4 hours from any city in Az and crave this food now & cant wait to go back to Tucson,
The sushi was awful, it was over-priced for what it was, it smelled horrible, and the service sucked. For the same price, much better service, and a nicer (and less smelly) atmosphere, Sushi Garden is a much better choice.
We had dinner here last night, 5/10/07. Although the food was good, shrimp & vegetable tempura + Vegas roll, the service was appalling. The waitress, older Oriental with a pinched look on her face, not only did not say hello to us when she came to our table, but acted as though she was pained to service us & never spoke to us once.
I don't know what her problem was but having been a former waitress who worked my way through college & was pleasant to everyone no matter what their nationality, I find it very hard to excuse this type of behavior & no matter how good the food is, I do not return to places that treat their customers in that manner. There are too many other Japanese restaurants in Tucson to put up with that kind of thing & she needs to get with the real world & learn how to be friendly to everyone & have a smile on her face!
Freshest Ingredients, Most masterful Chefs, Welcome to the closest thing in Tucson to Perfection. They do everything so well, it is difficult not to pick up the menu and mark off one of each item. The Spider roll, Octopus nigiri and Uni sushi have to be my all time favorites.
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