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Posted by James on 11/16/2005
The sushi came pre-made (I guess they forgot to take the price tag off). I suppose it's fairly cheap but you get what you pay for.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/21/2005
I recently ordered take out from this restaurant and can say that I would be happy to order from there again. I just got a simple order of sushi and an avocado salad. The food was fresh and delievered in great time by a friendly delivery man. If your looking for good staple sushi take out place I'd recommend it!
Posted by kidsire on 05/04/2005
I'm a huge fan of the standard fare of udon noodles however, the broth is what makes or breaks it... it's one of those dishes that is really easy to make.. however, not so easy to make well... they have the best chicken udon I've ever had....throw some 7-spice to kick it up and you've got some yummy in your tummy.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/10/2005
I eat lunch here often, the food is always fresh, delicious and healthy. The sushi and the salmon teriyaki are my favorite dishes to order and their salad dressing is perfectly flavored. I especially appreciate the variety of dishes they offer, including bento boxes, rice balls stuffed with plum and an interesting assortment of cold foods, including salmon patties, Japanese pancake slices, omlette and different vegetable salads that seems to rotate. They have a bunch of different green teas that are always made perfectly, and mochi for dessert. Nice staff, clean premises. I often see Japanese people eating here.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/01/2005
The food at Ennju is great. You can select from pre-packaged sushi dishes or have them made to order. Either way, the food is fresh. They also have noodles and rice dishes. This is unlike any of the other Japanese fast food restaurants in New York.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/21/2004
Ennju is an excellent minimalist and authentic Japanese self-service cafe. The menu comprises of generously sized platters, donburi, noodles, soups, a good selection of sushi and a few types of wagashi sweets. There are also some dozen types of Japanese tea and a few brands of beer. I eat at Ennju regularly and the food is consistently excellent. A hot dish costs between $6.50 and $8.50. Given the portions and their quality it?s unmatched value. There?s also no service charge to pay. There isn?t much atmosphere to talk about but the staff are friendly and show great taste in their choice of music. In summary, Ennju is not a place for a romantic evening, but if you?re lucky enough to live nearby this is the place to get your nutrition!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/28/2003
This is japanese fast food restaurant, however food quality is same as middle class restaurant. buffet is also fascinate(it's sold few hours mostly). sushi rolls are excellent.