The food is pretty good and I would say the prices are reasonable. They have a very expanisve menu with every type of sushi you can think of. I was a little confused on what kind of food they were serving though as the sushi dishes in terms of presentation were fairly ordinary but the sashimi appeared to be asian fusion given the extravagant not-so-ordinary igredients like their mango ahi sashimi. When we were there, the bill was $100 plus tip for 2 of us (3 beers total included). TIP: Make sure you get there early or be prepared to wait as its full everyday of the week and they do NOT accept reservations.
What Arigato has in populartiy, they lack in quality and quantity of food. The rolls are tiny, the busser hovers over you to swoop on your empty plate right after you're done, and the prices are too high for how much you get. I have been to other Japanese places in Santa Barbara (Edomasa, Ichiban) and those prove greater than Arigato.
This sushi place is perfect for a date or just hanging out with friends and family. Waiters and chefs are very nice. Recommend:SNAKE ROLL(similar to dragon roll) Very nice surroundings and out of about 80 sushi places I have been this definatly makes top 5.
Arigato does not use the freshest fish, have good portions (the rolls are tiny), or reasonable prices. It may be on state street and have a nice interior but it is not worth the price. For good quality sushi at a decent price head up state to ahi.
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