The Sushi Ginza Restaurant features a floating sushi bar: the tantalizing dishes literally float by while you choose what you like from an array of ... More
Sushi Ginza Restaurant
The Sushi Ginza Restaurant features a floating sushi bar: the tantalizing dishes literally float by while you choose what you like from an array of scallops, salmon, octopus, and eel, as well as a variety of tunas. The price for sushi items ranges in price from a very reasonable two dollars to four dollars per piece. They also have a full Japanese menu and offer several noodle soups. You can sit at the sushi bar and watch the chefs work their magic or you can choose an intimate, private room.
Our family has been going to Sushi Ginza for the past six years. We have noticed on many occasions now that their prices have gone up astronomically and the quality of their food has declined. On top of that, they nickel and dime you for extra ginger or special requests which really irks me. Their wait staff are impersonal, and anytime you have sushi chefs that are not Japanese, watch out! Sushi Ginza, you've had your time but you're not keeping up with what your customers want and what your competition is offering.
I went there with my boyfriend one day. The waiter said that they have very good oyster that day. We ordered 4 of them ($ 3.00 each). But the oyster they brought us was so so tiny baby oyster that you can buy at asian supermarket $0.10 EACH. We complained this is not the size we expected. We paid for nomal size oysters, not baby oysters. But the waiter said "this is still oyster".
I never go there again.
In the begining, the service was ok, the waiter took our order and quickly came back with our order of Miso soup which was fine but then was a little dissapointed about how much was served. Then soon after our order of deep fried oysters came and was really impressed but the sauce was a little off, all good though considering. Finally, our sushi order came and just the presentation of it turned me off, the wasabi was rolled and squished between someones finger(looked pretty gross)and the cut of all the meat was digustingly huge and slimey. I thought that you could never mess up with making fresh water eel but I was wrong. The eel had so many bones and was thick and gooey and fatty, and scaley... I could on and on... just felt like burnt, rubbery snake. I will never allow any of my friends or family to attend this restaurant to throw away their time and money on such a horrible place. Price was not reasonable at all for what the food was worth. Who have ever heard of Tempura shrimp(4) for $9.95 (Gross). This is the bitter sweet ending but they need to do something about this or they will lose business.
Sushi Ginza is mediocre at best. While the portions are fairly large, you pay for it. The sushi was mushy and rather tasteless. The most irritating part of my experience was that they charged me several dollars each for a bit of hot sauce and some ginger. I did not appreciate being nickel and dime'd after spending nearly a hundred dollars for my girlfriend and I to have dinner. You would be better off at one of other establishments in town.
My family has been going to the willow park ginza for years. We have always loved it until our last visit. Upon ordering, the waitress kept making sure we knew the prices as if we couldnt possibly afford such an order. We are a family of 6 and we were all looking forward to a big extravagant meal, but our server kept saying "Oh thats too much" or "I think thats enough" after each person ordered. I have never heard of any server refusing a customer what they wanted. Again, this attitude showed a sense of not believing we could pay up.
So its enough to say our evening started off a little rocky but we knew the food would make up for this little offense. Our thoughts were wrong as the food has really gone down hill. The sushi was not at all fresh and everything else just tasted burnt.
At the end of the meal we were just happy to leave, but our server once again came to add to our nightmare of a dinner. She bluntly told us that the restaurant had a mandatory policy of a 15% tip as we generously gave her a 10% for her weak efforts. I have never heard of this in my entire life! Arent tips supposed to be customary? I have heard of this sort of thing in upper-class places but Ginza is DEFINITELY not upper-class. To force a customer to pay for ridiculously dismal service and sub par food is the highest level of rude. Of course we did not want to cause a scene and just gave that "mandatory" 15%, but then again this server gets in our face saying that "If you were unhappy with the service maybe you shouldnt come to this restaurant. Thanks" ... and yes that was word for word.
After this experience there is nothing that can make me walk in, more or less, eat at this restaurant again.
The sushi was not fresh and the salmon was mushy. Fish did not taste fresh and the rice was also too mushy. The only decent food to order is not the sushi like the yakisoba. Not a good place to go for sushi.
We have been going to Sushi Ginza for 6 years straight and are never disapointed. We have had sushi in New York City and trust me when I say that Sushi Ginza is the best! Always great service and fresh sushi. Consistant and overall a great night out.
We have been going to Sushi Ginza Willow Park at least once a week for over 3 years. The staff there are fantastic. A family operated restaurant where they go out of their way to make you feel welcome. Food is great, sushi is some of the freshest we have ever had. We have heard that Ginza Chinook is an altogether different story. Don't confuse it with Sushi Ginza Willow Park. Take the 5 minute drive south and enjoy. You can't go wrong here.
We will never go that place again.
The server asked us, if We would like to have Oyster. He said it is very delicious.
so, we ordered 2 Oysters. but, the Oyster he served was so tiny baby oyster.
I am actually Japanese. I have seen so many oysters in my life. But I have never seen that tiny tiny oyster. It was like a clam. they charged $2.50 each. actually, this is same as the price of nomal size oyster.
We complained about it. but the guy said"oyster is oyster. " and then he left.
They actually ripped us off. We went there to enjoy supper. But, we couldnt because of that. We will never go there again.
I just wanna tell them they were trying to make more money, but actually they are losing important customer.
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