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Posted by Anonymous on 01/30/2013
We got sushi (about 6 rolls) and at the first bite my husband spit it out. He said it was the worst sushi he ever ate and it did not taste right. I tried to brave it and ate a few fishy pieces, Then, I bit into a piece that let's just say I knew was not right.
Posted by anonymous on 11/22/2012
we ordered a few items, and none of them were good. the bbq spareribs were dry, no sticky/sweet sauce whatsoever, and the meat was tough...very disappointing. the rest was just blah. wouldn't order from here again.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/28/2012
I casually walked in here one night for dinner and was left 100% satisfied. I ordered the special cucumber roll and the sexy roll (highly recommended) and was absolutely blown away. The special cucumber roll was fresh and delicious and the sexy roll was savory and amazing. Honestly, this is the most amazing sushi I've had in the city and I'd recommend it to anyone. The service is great, I always have the same waitress and shes super friendly (I've been there about 4 times now). This is one of the few places where the shrimp tempora is in the small rolls instead of those huge awkward rolls. I'm extremely happy I found this place and am proud to say I've FINALLY found my favorite sushi spot in the city!
Posted by restauranteuse on 08/22/2012
I've eaten here four times now. I keep returning to Chinatown East because there is a nice atmosphere, the menu has a lot of choices and the prices are good. The noodles are great here, portion sizes are very big and there are great sushi and cocktail deals too. We had some issues with the service on my last visit, our orders were mixed up but overall the staff are friendly and helpful. My only complaint is that I thought the chicken had a strange rubbery texture both times I had it so maybe order pork or beed instead. But overall, a nice place to eat.
Posted by Audrey on 07/30/2012
This place is so much fun! Much like many of the restaurants in NYC I've found the key is navigating the place correctly for the right experience. This place is amazing. Here's the deal, it's $30 all you drink (sake, beer and wine) and all you can eat sushi. If you're going for a bday or pre-dinner, it's perfect. Everyone throws in $30 bucks, you do 10,000 sake bombs and head on your merry way, with a very solid buzz. I've always had a great experience with their sushi rolls, entrees ... eh.
Posted by Boopsy on 02/27/2012
I think they have good food, but their sushi can't compete with Isohama. I recomend having the dragon roll. It is a very kid friendly restaurant. Well mostly on weekdays and on the weekend they turn the lights down put music on and have drink specials. I think they have good service and I like how they give you fortune cookies at the end of dinner. They have take out and you can get free sodas depending how much your dinner costs. All I know is that if you pay over thirty dollars you get three free sodas. It is a great place and it has cool colored lights that make it a nice place to observe.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/19/2011
This was some of the most unappetizing Chinese food I have ever had. I ordered Moo Shoo pork and there was barely any pork, it was all cheap vegetables. And the beef with brocolli was stringy and salty. If they can't do the basics right, I doubt they can do anything right.