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Posted by thereal on 01/09/2013
bad job removing bone from raw fish, bad job removing entire vein from raw shrimp, bad job removing vein from raw uni. some of the raw fish slices seemed they were cut on a dirty counter leaving black "dirt" on them. anyways, this is another sushi restaurant that seems to have plenty of uneducated customers bringing down the standards. found a new spot that is clearly better than most. thanks for being good when you were good. no thanks for what you are now. maybe its because blue ribbon sushi has a new chef? not that that would be a viable excuse.
Posted by Mike on 04/04/2012
I never thought I would have anything bad to say about this place, but since my last visit here I noticed that the quality of fish isn't the same anymore. It doesn't taste like before when you didn't mind paying the pricey bill since the sushi is soo good. To be honest with you, the sushi here is still pretty good, but if the quality has gone down, so should the price. I'm sure customers are noticing it.
Posted by Used to like it now never will on 11/29/2011
I think blue ribbon used to import a lot of their fish from Japan as many popular sushi houses usually do, I won't lie they used to be pretty good. However, since earlier this year their fish quality has dropped to a point I can say it tastes like cheap sushi sold at a C grade Chinese sushi joint. They are ripping customers off with their cheap quality sushi. I recommend avoiding this place if you are taking someone out on a date or a business partner for something nice to eat.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/19/2011
I am shocked at some of these reviews "ok sushi", "not that fresh" etc, You people wouldn't know good food if it hit you in the face. Yes this place is expensive but the sushi is of the highest quality, the sushi rice is perfection as is the fish to rice ratio. I have not come across a cheaper sushi restaurant as good as this place. Make sure you try a piece of king salmon sushi. Expensive but amazing!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/20/2011
Seriously way overpriced for food that just okay. You can get some of the food for less than $10 at an asian supermarket, and they charge $30 (tastes the same). The only thing that was good was the spicy lobster roll.
Posted by anonymous on 01/01/2011
The wasabi at this restaurant is grainy for one reason, it is real wasabi, the root vegetable you have to grate, not the tube ones that are smooth. And Japanese flavors are based on soy , sugar, sesame. This restaurant is good for their entrees and sashimi I would say because their fish is fresh. A lot of people end up coming to this restaurant not wanting to spend a ton of money, but the more you try to keep the budget low, the more unsatisfied you would be, because all you would be eating is sushi. Their "Dynamite" is really good, so is their steak carpaccio, fried and fresh oysters and their dessert dish that is yogurt/panna cotta with fruit.
Posted by anonymous on 08/15/2010
I've been here twice. The best thing about the place is the soy sauce. It delicious. I was pretty dissapointed that they don't offer or have brown rice. The quality of fish is excellent, however, that last time I was there I ordered three pieces of salmon sushi and they brought me torro instead and tried to tell me it was salmon. Pretty insulting. Anyway, the ingredients are of a great quality however their wasabi is horrible. Its very grainy. I don't plan on going back.