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Posted by theoshmeo on 10/26/2012
I've been to several sushi joints in the area. The food here surpasses them all. I tend to go during the lunch rush hour and I understand why service isn't the greatest. However, my last experience, the waitress threw everything at me on the table. I saw the other waitress tending to her customers much better, and even exchanged pleasantries. My waitress just wanted me to hurry up and eat and leave. A previous time I went here, it was much better service but still not above avg at all. Take out is probably the best way to go for Canaan.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/06/2012
There are enough mediocre places around that you don't need to waste your money here. Ordered a little after the lunch time rush- received old salmon and mushy sushi. Yes it's cheap. But I could have ripped up $28 rather than spending it on food I had to throw away. Even called and complained and they told me I was wrong and that the food was fine!
Posted by AM on 06/06/2012
After my old standby delivery sushi restaurant closed for renovation, I started looking online for a good sushi delivery restaurant in my neighborhood. I saw Canaan, and I have to be honest, I was a little sketched out by its location. 29th Street between 6th and 7th? Pretty dirty block to procure fresh sushi from, I thought. Man, was I pleasantly surprised. Canaan has incredibly fresh fish, and for the price I really think it's some some of the best sushi in the city. Obviously, if you intend to eat in the restaurant, it's nothing special -- pretty stripped down, basic restaurant decor -- but the food is excellent, the prices fair, and the delivery is incredibly speedy. All I'll say is - don't be scared off by the location. Canaan is the real thing. Give it a shot. It's perfect for delivery sushi or a low-key eat-in experience.
Posted by E-EL on 07/15/2011
I stayed at a hotel on the block, got a hair cut a few doors down and sat at the Sushi Bar. I ordered what's called a Monster Roll (10 bucks). It was by far the best Sushi I've ever had. Nice pieces of Tuna, a little cream cheese, avacado, rolled with a couple sauces, pieces of mango and some cruchy topping. It was the best flavor. I wanted to get hungry again, just to eat more. No soy sauce needed. The flavor, texture and WOW was such a nice surprise. This was on a Thursday (7/14/2011) night and they had two Chefs working the Sushi Bar, none stop. They seem to mainly do take out, but they obviously move product. I will be back! It's not your Asian-Fusion Foo-Foo place, but I want to have that Monster again!
Posted by AG on 10/27/2010
I went here when it was busy, so I understand the food taking awhile, but I didn't need to wait 15 minutes for the check. The sushi i ordered was really good, I just felt like I was there foreverrr. The place was also very loud, the converstaions i had with my friends was a series of yellings and rantings. Get take out or delivery.
Posted by Avi on 04/24/2010
I went here w/ a friend for the first time a few months ago & have found many ways to go back. It was my first time eating Japanese & I really enjoy it. I go for their bento box. I feel they're very affordable.
Posted by Julia on 01/25/2010
I come to Sushi Canaan because I love the way they make sushi rolls. Lots of choices, very fresh sushi. Try their sushi roll specials!