my husband and I went to lunch there, just happy to find a Japanese place in town. The lunch special bento was good and a good value. I ordered ramen since I've been craving them since we came to new mexico. The broth was good, but the noodles were not and the pork slices were like leather, just tough, dry and tasteless. The thing that really bothered me was the lady that works the front was NASTY to me for no reason. I don't know if it was racism (I'm Asian! so I'm really in shock to find racism from another Asian in taos!) However, their busboy/food-runner was excellent. If it wasn't for the NASTY lady I would come back, since the food's not bad; but I won't because of the horrible unjustified, gratuitous mistreatment I endured from this lady.
my wife and kids got a takeout from shushi a la hattori and decided to eat it on their patio. Owner came out and started to yell and scream that they can't eat it there. The restaurant (inside )was empty, there was a couple of table on the patio, its not like they were packed and we took a table. Owner told us to leave, he didn't want out business (we paid already) and never to come back. Fine with us...but treat your customers with some respect.
Maybe the best sushi we've eaten - ANYWHERE. Prices are moderate, ambiance is cozy and a bit noisy (its popular!). Owners are Japanese and the sushi chefs have been there since they opened over 5 years ago. If you're in Taos and LOVE top-quality sushi (and killer Bento-box lunches and tempura) don't miss it. Get the Firehouse roll. Mmm-MMM! Be sure to phone first as hours seem to change with the seasons.
Hands down the best sushi I have ever had , Service was good , no complaints with that . I can't imagine the staff yelling at someone . Some people use online reviews to hurt businesses when in fact they were wrong .
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