Very good Japanese restaurant that I would definitely come back to in the future. Their quality tastes very authentic and it left me feeling refreshed rather than overstuffed. I appreciate their approach to traditional Japanese cooking.
If you are looking for authentic Japanese food I would definitely recommend this restaurant. It is one of the few I have found where they actually have Japanese style food just like in Japan. Very authentic!
Yes, I am Japanese.
Some peple believe that Japanese eating sushi constantly.
But sushi is not a home meal ! ya ! Expensive ! ya !
I recomend Taka sushi the most fresh & tasty sushi place in San Diego.
Costly but it is worth eating !
Taka is by far the freshest sushi in San Diego. For those that might say it's expensive. I have compared and prices are the same as other sushi restaurant here. The reason why it might seem to cost more is you eat more since the fish is so fresh. I have tried everywhere in San Diego and everywhere else is a disappointment and waste of my money. Now I know better to only eat sushi at Taka.
i went here for valentines for my girl...cuz she loves sushi to death...so it thought why not taka rite?...the food was good but it was a little bit overpriced for what we got...and who pays for miso soup??...i had to pay for miso soup...thats ridiculous!...all the other places it came with your meal...thats the first and last time i'll go there...
This is first time to have a negotiation to pay 18% or more tips. They misunderstood I am a visitor!! Please check the restroom door there is still pick up to caution to Japanese to pay more tips over 18% to 50% by Japanese words. Of course never go again!!!
Take the sushi chef's advice for best of day. Take friends who don't eat sushi here becuase they have great filet mignon too. Small place must be willing to wait if near peak hours. Patience is rewarded
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