My wife and I came from out of town on business and we decided to take an extra day for fun. We set out to find a local, meaning not national chain, restaurant and we specifically wanted to try sushi. We found Hanaroo to be a great experience. The waitress sat and talked through the menu options and made it a pleasure to order. The chef/owner was very engaging as he made our food to order while having a converstaion with us. All in all our first experience with sushi was great and I give all the credit to the chef and staff at Hanaroo. I would recommend it to any and all who live in or will be visiting Little Rock. Keep up the good work, chef!
Everytime I go to Hanaroo I love it. I have yet to have a bad meal and the service is always pretty good. The waitresses are always friendly, the chef is great and there is always some good music playing in the background. Service can sometimes be a little slow, but only because it gets pretty busy sometimes.
Best sushi in Little Rock
Hanaroo Sushi Bar is really great. I came in town and did not want a touristy experience. This little place on the corner od S. Louisiana and Capitol Street was very good and the price was right. I'll be back.
Hanaroo has seen a change in the owner and sushi chef. Yu-san is one of the best sushi chef's in the City of Little Rock. He has a wide variety of maki, nigiri and sashimi available for customer to eat. He also has a good selection of regular cooked food for those less adventurous.
What makes this place special is that it is the only place to get authentic Korean food. He regularly has kim chee, bulgogi and kalbi on the menu. Occasionally he will have bibimpab as well. His bento boxes are wonderful and portioned nicely. The best deal on the menu is his fried rice. A large plate full of lightly seasoned fried rice and ventables with your choice of meat with soup or salad for around $8.
If you are wanting a nice place to eat downtown that is affordable, stop by Hanaroo and enjoy the wonderful food that is served there.
Bringing it from Austin, TX, this chef is fabulous. It's not easy to find good sushi in this town, or a place that's not too pretentious to feel welcome. This is a quaint, fresh, small, resturant downtown next to Downtown Music. I highly recommend. The butterfish/ Salmon rolls are unreal. I'm getting hungry!
Maybe once the sidewalk is fixed outside the resturant, there will be more business. I was the only customer on a Tuesday at 11:30ish. So I sat at the sushi bar. One chef was busy preparing avacados while the other one prepared my sushi. I had the Salmon Roll lunch special.
I was not entirely impressed with the quality of food. I have had worse and I have had lots better. The salad was good. A lot of times my complaint with the salad is that it gets too watery. The fish wasn't as fresh as I like it, but it was edible.
The service was good. I was the center of attention, but I have been here once before and it was just okay service then and the food was better. Maybe its because it was a holiday weekend, but that shouldn't be an excuse.
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