My Wife and I had reservations for our 5th wedding anniversary. We were excited to try Jun's as we had just been introduced to teypenyaki. We had to wait and watch three or four parties go ahead of us without reservations. There was no showmanship and the food was not cooked to our standards (we don't enjoy raw food) . We felt like the cheff was rushing to finish with our meal and that we were a burden to him. The only thing slighlty positive about the retaurant was that they did not make us pay, but then again we really didn't eat any of the food. We ended up going to AI which is fantastic!! Sorry Jun you just didn't cut it... We did not try the sushi so if thats your thing this review won't help you.
The service here could use some work. (I had to ask for a napkin, did not get any refills of my drink, and had to find the waitress to get my bill.)As far as the food goes, the sushi tastes fine (not spectacular, but average.) If you go from 4:30-6:30, you can get 1/2 price sushi rolls which is a pretty good deal! Affordable, but average.
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