I took my niece here for dinner, and she found a large paper inside her roll. Which she had pulled out of her mouth. Disgusting! We asked the waiter what it was, he did not seem to know. He walked away from the table nothing else was ever said, no one came to the table to address the issue. So, I proceded to speak with the woman behind the counter, thought maybe she was a manager or something. She also, just walked away without saying a word. They ignored the issue, never tried to address it or try to make figure out what happened, to insure that it would not happen to someone else. If these were employees of mine, they would have been fired!!! Horibble experience, and I have been a frequent customer. I will never return! They do not take pride in there product. Maybe they need to be investigated for improper use of food. I give them a F+!
this is america people, there are rules. dont get mad at the cop who gave you a speeding ticket for going 5 mph over the limit. you choose to break the rules you deal with the repercutions.
i have been eating at this sushi place for over 5 years now and the quality has always been good for me. the changing ecconomy has forced them to add an all you can eat menu. of course there are rules, otherwise it becomes a joke. im sad to say that you cannot order a wasabi taco on the all you can eat menu without paying for it seperately.
quite honestly the wasabi taco is the best thing ive ever eaten at a sushi joint. its a tempura style shrimp mixed with rice, spicy crab or spicy tuna or my personal fav, spicy crab and tuna mixed all wrapped in a lettuce roll. my other fav would have to be the spicy mountain. this is a fantastic offering to the fan of heaters. the spicy mountain is a whole jalapeno pepper filleted over a ginormous ball of spicy crab and creme cheese then dropped in the fryer tempura style. plenty more specialty rolls like the hot kiss, the b.s.c.r. roll, the firestone, the dynamite roll....ah i could go on all day but it makes me hungry thinking about it.
all in all, its a great place. theyve added some new options to freshen it up for the new ecconomy without sacraficing what they do best. my only problem is i can never go enough.
I'm more of a simple guy. I would rather have a LITTLE sauce with my sushi, not sushi with my sauce! This place way overdoes everything, and then charges way too much!
And I don't know where exactly the recipes come from, but a few of their dishes remind me of Momo's sushi over by Centennial (like the way they do their calamari).
I'll pass on Wasabi from now on.
I love that they started all you can eat here because they use the same quality fish. I mean...you really can't share food if you are ordering all you can eat so I understand why they are being strict. All in all, I've only had good experiences with the sushi chefs and waitors/waitresses. For things that I want that are not in the all you can menu, I just order it separately. I honestly thought it was really good for the price.
My husband & I used to go here before we tried 'Joe's Sushi' in Riverside. We wanted something close to home & quick last night (without the wait) so we wont go back....it was the worst $60 we spent ina while! This place is trying to keep up with everyone else by offering 'All-you-can-eat Sushi'....we were so dissappointed, we will never go back. We like our sushi 'seared'...& they were not able to do this for us since it was considered a 'special request'...how long can it take to sear tuna?? The sushi had a bit of a slimey consistancy to it also, and it was hard to get the waiter's attention at times to order more. We will stick with Joe's from now on because there is a wait there for a reason!
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