Just went to this wonderful restaurant for Mother's Day 2010. Can't say enough about our fantastic experience. Excellent rating for service, quality, taste, presentation, and a feeling of being invited to a delightful home for dinner. Can't wait t go back, and won't spend our money elsewhere. Awesome prices!
The new Pacific Cabin has the same great taste at the same price. I've been to Ooka a few times; kinda nice on the inside. No all you can eat menu though. Even if they did I still would go to Cabin! An all you can eat menu price with an exquisite mouth watering taste. Joe's doesn't even land on the same radar; maybe if those drunk sushi chefs could make decent roll. Anyways your real choices are I guess between Pacific Cabin and Ooka. If u want to spend about $100 for dinner for two go to Ooka. You spend half of that price at the new Pacific Cabin right down the street from the old location; bigger, better and quieter.
A friend suggested this to me for great sushi at a low price. Unfortunately, it didn't really live up to the hype. It was pretty good sushi, but I have had better. And, the prices weren't really that great either. They are pretty consistent with what you will find at other sushi places.
I will probably go again, and I would suggest it to other people � as long as you don't go in expecting �great sushi for a low price.� Instead, expect good sushi for an �okay� price.
If you loved Cabin Sushi on market Street then the new pacific Cafe Sushi will blow your mind. Same great food from Cabin now accrossed the street in a much larger resturaunt. Two big screen TV's to watch the game and great food and service to boot.