When to Momotaro for the first time, and wow I was very disapointed in the quality of there food, not even close to the other sushi joints in burbank, Even my favoirt restaurants once in a blue moon have an off day but atleast they ask you how was the food when the food you ordered is still 90% full on your plate, they should be atleast curious If you liked it or disliked which apparently Momotaro didnt, I wasnt expecting to say hey you dont like it we wont bill you but atleast ask was your food good you liked it etc, which they didnt, I am too nice of a person not to leave a tip but it was the lowest tip I ever put in my life when eating out. Safe to say I will never eat there again.
My friend and I were driving around Burbank around 10pm on a Saturday night, looking for a place that was open and wasn't necessarily a chain restaurant, when we stumbled upon this place. It wasn't crowded even though it was a Saturday so we were seated right away.
The wait staff was friendly and courteous.
I'm not a big sushi eater (I'm very against eating anything raw that was once alive) so it was nice to find something that I could eat (cucumber, veggie, and avacado rolls) and that my friend would like too.
They also have tempuras and salads and noodles dishes as well.
The sushi rolls ranged from the extravagant (the catepillar roll) to the simple and were priced fairly (I thought; but then again, I'm not a big sushi eater so I can't compare other place's prices). Some of the more simple sushi rolls are half price so you can order several and feel like you got your money's worth.
By far, my favorite Japanese full-service restaurant in Burbank, CA. This a lively place 'coz the chefs greet you loudly and almost every other member of the crew greet you similarly as well. The owners are veru nice & friendly, too! And, if you're a familiar face in their place, you're well-rewarded for almost every return.
The table service leaves little to be desired. I took my son there once and he was not ready to try the sushi, but figured he would like tempura or teriyaki. I told the waitress my situation and she replied that I should not have brought him to a sushi restaurant and gave me attitude when I asked for a fork. There are much better sushi restaurants in the Burbank area. You are taking a chance by spending your hard-earned money at this place.
I love sushi and I'm always on the lookout for a good sushi restaurant. I happened upon this restaurant because it was in my neighborhood. It was fabulous! The food is unbelievably fresh and prepared in an incredibly vast number of ways. This is the best sushi restaurant in LA hands down!
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