I agree... while I am not Japanese, I have been eating it for over twenty years and have been to Sushis Restaurants/Bars all over the world. If you can't eat it in Japan, my next favorite is Vancouver, B.C. and then Seattle. At any rate, there are maybe a dozen places to eat Sushi in the Treasure Valley. Amazing. Anyway, Shige gets my vote for best sushi in town (he's kind of an arrogant SOB, but a damn good Sushi chef) and Superb for great portions and friendly service. Fujiyama is bush league sushi and I KNOW the waitress you are talking about. I was NOT impressed.
I LOVE THIS PLACE!!! OMG!!! I tried Sushi at a downtown restaurant for the first time and found myself wanting to try different places around town. I tried 3 other places before I tried this restaurant. This hands down is the BEST in the valley. They go to great lengths to keep everything authentic. Their portions are great, their lunch specials can't be beat and their friendliness really makes you feel welcome. Above all else their freshness! That makes their food stand out among any and all sushi restaurants in the valley. I make it a habit to go there a few times a week. I guess you could say I am addicted since the food is so incredibly delicious.
Surely one of the finest sushi dining in the city. A great place to take a date or just go with friends and family. The atmosphere is very relaxed and the food is fantastic. Make sure to check out one of the private authentic dining suites.
A little perspective. I'm Japanese. I know good sushi. I was born with it. This place doesn't have a clue. The sushi rice had some kind of weird spice in it that made it taste like Pinesol, you know the cleaner. The fish smelled fishy -- it should never smell. The non-sushi entrees were mediocre. I hope those who think this is a good place to eat get a chance to sample real sushi from somewhere else. Otherwise, you are missing out.
This is an amazing sushi restaurant! There is nothing bad on the menu, the service is friendly and efficient. Plus, the prices are reasonable enough that this college student can treat herself regularly. I highly recommend this to any and everyone...take the friends and/or the family as the atmosphere is very social and friendly. If you've never tried it before, this restaurant provides a wonderful sushi experience.
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