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Posted by Saki Master on 01/13/2009
I've been here multiple times with different groups of friends and it's by far the best experience for the "all you can eat" sushi! For an extra $6.00, they offer an "all you can drink" as well including saki, wine and beer! The sushi is surprisingly fresh and delicious and they offer such a wide array of different sushi and rolls. Just amazing experience and I will continue to go back as much as I can!
Posted by rk on 01/04/2009
I have had delivery from here a couple of times, and the food is very underwhelming. Service is fast, but they messed up my order both times: I got a different appetizer than what I had ordered on both occasions. The delivery guy was rude the last time around, and copped an attitude when I gave a 2 dollar tip for food that cost $16, only to find the order ended up being inaccurate. Look elsewhere for ordering in Chinese.
Posted by best japanese on the ues on 01/01/2009
My friends and I went for the all you can eat sushi at Chinatown East. And man, we were impressed. Pretty much everything on the menu is included in the all you can eat and they give you free bottle of sake for each person. The sushi was fresh and delicious - the rolls were amazing. Comparing to some of the other sushi places like yuka...this place is awesome. Will be going back for sure. The chinese food there was okay, not different from any other average chinese place...they do have bubble tea. Their beef stew noodle soup was really good. But I would go for the sushi if I were to go there.
Posted by Lildiva on 01/01/2009
The food there is great! But when you order takeout you're on your own. Sometimes they give you things you don't even order. Portions vary from day to day and depending on the amount of food you order.
Posted by mz on 11/09/2008
First time I ordered, saw all the reviews and thought it would be good. I would never order from here again. Delivery service was awful. $50 worth of food only 1 packet of sauce, no chopsticks and one fortune cookie. Besides that, food was subpar.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2008
Unbelievable! I just went twice this weekend, once on Friday for dinner and once on a Sunday afternoon for some sushi. The service, food, atmosphere, and cleanliness is outstanding (I'm not sure how other people could think the service is not good). The menu is very extensive...the selection appeals to those who have never had Chinese cuisine before, to those who are experienced sushi snobs! Will 110% go back to this place, and would take it any day over nasty Mom&Pop shops in China town with poor service and overpriced meals.
Posted by Chinese Food Aficianado on 10/23/2008
I have tried many many places on the Upper East Side including Noodles 28 and etc. this place beats them all. Being Asian, I know Asian food. The service is freakin awesome. You can get healthy or greasy or in between. The menu is ridiculously extensive. Eat here. End of story.