Average: there are pros and cons to this sushi restaurant. Sushi is very fresh and they are very friendly. But when we went the last time, we saw mouse traps along the walls! Also, sodas are like $2.00 but they just bring you a small cup of ice and a 12 oz can of soda.
This restaurant has a very friendly casual atmosphere, however, the chef is very serious about his cooking. Not only the freshness but the right season also. Without damaging the original taste and flavor of the ingredients, he adds his unique ideas on his dishes, and they are fabulous. Even if you go there every week, never be tired of his cooking. Some people may get offended by his seriousness about his cooking, but try something he recomends. You will know what I mean. Price wise, I believe he is honest, but good food could be pricy
We've been to this restaurant a few times but food is overpriced. I went in one time and sushi chef/owner was RUDE there was NO ONE else in the restaurant at the time I was there. I sat down at the sushi bar (which is quite large) and ordered. A short time later, a couple walked in and wanted to sit at the sushi bar. One person wanted sushi the other wanted tempora. The chef said they were not allowed to sit at the bar unless both people were going to order sushi period. The couple wanted to sit at the bar but again was told NO. They left. I could understand that IF the restaurant was busy but this was about 2pm and the restaurant was EMPTY, The food there is ok but VERY overpriced. I would highly recommend Tokyo Sushi which is just down the street over Kimo Sushi ANYTIME. The food there is VERY fresh the owners are very nice and prices are great.
This is one of my favorite places to eat in redlands. The beer is served cold and the sushi is extremely fresh. The temputa, sesame chicken, and california rolls are to die for. Not only is the food excellent but the chef at times will send a special complementary treat to your table. Last time it was a baked clam that was out of this world. In my opinion this is also one of the healthiest places you can eat in redlands. Sorry Subway.
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