I used to be a huge fan of Sushi Harbor. I ate there at least 2 times per week. I moved, and stopped going there. Today I decided to go back and try the chicken teriyaki. It came to the table and it had an awful smell. Reluctantly, I tasted and it was disgusting. There was something definately off.
I told the woman (I think she's the owner) and she grabbed the dishes and slammed them down on the back counter. No apology.... nothing! I am so pissed! Now I'll never go back.
I agree with someone else's statement. Their volume is low, so the products are probably old.
I am an avid sushi eater who eats it 2-3 times per week. I have eaten sushi at very high-end restaurants in Las Vegas and downtown San Diego. I can tell anyone reading that Sushi Harbor is one of the best sushi restaurants in North County and is certainly worth the value. The fish is always fresh and my family and I continue to visit the restaurant 2-3 times per month. Kevin is a great chef and Chris is an excellent waiter.
This is without a doubt the best Sushi in North County and one of the best in all of Southern California! You will not be disappointed. They have the best variety menu I have ever seen and friendly service. Try it and you'll never go to another in North County!!!
For anyone who likes and knows Japanese food, which I eat once a week, this place will absolutely turn you off. The Miso soup is without flavor and watered down. The Chicken Teriyaki was awful. The chicken was cold, the rice flavorless, the Teriyaki was a cold brown glob of brown sauce. The prices are 50% above what they should be for every dish. I would never consider sushi there as the volume of business is so low the fish must be old.
Avoid this place and go to Subway or From Mars for pizza in this shopping center, you will enjoy it more. Save your craving for Japanese food for another place.
There is not one thing on the menu we have not liked! Chris is a wonderful waiter and Kevin is the best sushi maker in the world. We unfortunately had to move away from CA but we return regularly JUST to have the best sushi in the world. Give it a try....you won't be disappointed!!!!
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