Located on Historic 25th Street in Ogden, Utah. Tona provides a big city taste in a friendly and relaxed setting. Choose between our main dining area, ... More
Located on Historic 25th Street in Ogden, Utah. Tona provides a big city taste in a friendly and relaxed setting. Choose between our main dining area, our socks only guest rooms, or watch our chef's creations first hand at the sushi bar. Experience unique and original creations using only the freshest fish and truly authentic ingredients. Our menu also offers inventive and tasty grilled and fried items for those looking for more traditional fare.
My husband and I are in the process of finding a sushi place in Ogden area that we like and now I can say that I can mark this one off without going back. First, they don t open til 5, so don t think of going their til then. We were both greetly nicely and sat right away. The waitress seemed nice enough and took a order of two waters. Once the waters came to the table, it was probably 15 minutes before we even saw her again, which was annoying. The food on the menu sounded good enough and we order tempura and three sushi rolls. It took at least 45 minutes and when I got the tempura, I thought maybe they were kidding. Honestly, the food was good, what little of it I received. I think the plate of $14.00 maybe had 8 pieces of different vegetables and 3 pieces of shrimp. The sushi was good, but overpriced and small. I think the final bill was around 44.00 for that and 2 waters. Lastly, I don t think the service could have been worse. We hardy ever saw the waitress and she was glad to give the check over even before I had finished eating. It was really bad service and I think we will never go back just for that reason. Sushi was good, but I have had way better.
Tona is highly over rated. We went in with very high exceptions after reading reviews. They have a lot of inexpensive fish on the menu and the food is mediocre at best. The fish didn't taste fresh at all. the cheesecake is not cheese cake, it is a pie if that. They have a nice atmosphere but that hardly compensates for the poor service and mediocre food. If you are going there expecting REAL sushi (like in San Francisco, Chicago, or NYC) you will be disappointed. The tempura was over cooked and it tasted like they fried it old oil.My server was incredibly rude and it took over 30 minutes to get our rolls. The owners claim to be Japanese, yet they speak Cantonese. My beer was warm, my wife's coke was flat, (and the server spilled a good amount of it on her). This was one of the worst dining experiences I have ever had. Needless to say I will not be returning there, and I would not recommend it to anyone, except maybe for a child's party because of the over the top atmosphere and decorations.
Not expensive if you work.
Awesome food. :)
The cooked food is awesome.
Like the bento box.
Chix teri, amazing
Sushi like the sunburn, blizzard, vegas, the SAKE crunch
I love the CHEESECAKE. amazinnnnnnnnng
Tona is wonderful, and having it in Ogden is miraculous. I'm not trying to be a dingus, but reviewers who say Tona is expensive would go into cardiac arrest over the bill for comparable food in a metropolitan area. It would be at least double and most often no better. Considering how consistently and exceptionally good Tona's food is, it is one of the best dining values in Utah.
The atmosphere is sleek and inviting, bright, urban, and still pleasantly quaint. With very little effort you can become friendly with Tony and Tina (the chefs behind the food and the name) and joyfully put your dining experience in their hands. Order a blizzard, a caterpillar, some hamachi and sake nigiri, and anything non-sushi if that's your preference. It's all amazingly good!
Set in the middle of Ogden's Historic 25th Street is this quaint Japanese restaurant. I think the location's perfect. It's a bit expensive, but well worth it. We like this place a lot because there really isn't a lot of Japanese restaurants here in my area. The restaurant's atmosphere is both soothing and relaxing on one side where they have the traditional style seating , vibrant and full of energy on the other side where they have the regular seating and sushi bar. Their sushi, fresh and made to order, is absolutely delectable.
One of our favourite menu items: the Yakitori. It's great as appetizer or as part of the main course
Tona is perfect for romantic dinners or a place to go to for special occassions. Their staff's both pleasant and friendly. They've got quite a great selection as far as menu items are concerned. For dessert, we usually get the mochi-ice cream. It's scrumptious.
Tona's food not only entices and appeals to one's tastesbuds, but their artful way of arranging and garnishing food, their choice of decoration and background music also makes for a wonderful dining experience.
We love Tona's. We keep coming back for more and I'm sure we'll continue to keep coming back for more.