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Posted by Anonymous on 11/09/2004
A great homey Japanese restaurant with traditional Japanese cooking. The staff are always nice and recognize us whenever we go. The service may be slow due to packed house and many take-out orders. Price is reasonable for the quality of their food. Can't wait to go again!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/31/2004
If you want to eat real japanese food, you should try Gajyumaru! Their food is really good. recomended by a japanese girl!:)
Posted by Anonymous on 06/08/2004
The waitress should think about changing other job that she might be suitable for... Poor Service. Food was ok, though.
Posted by a japanese guy on 05/26/2004
I had heard good things about this restaurant but it didn't realy meet my expectations. The service was ok- nothing special and I found the waitresses rather unfriendly. Food was authentic but did not really impress me. If you are looking for good service, authentic, delicious, personal feel, go to Donguri.
Posted by Sushi Suki on 03/16/2004
Good eats and a wonderful staff. Small,quiet setting. Feel free to order anything you like, they have the variety and the fish is always fresh. Dozo.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/11/2004
never a disappointment. service is fantastic, food is fresh and delicious. better than some over-priced trendy sushi bar. my favorite.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/15/2004
A very quaint japanese restaurant with a variety of traditional japanese food. I had the pleasure of trying the homemade tofu (made from peanuts), which was surprisingly creamy and I enjoyed suttle peanut flavor. I also had the shortneck clam miso soup which was light and refreshing, along with the lightly broiled tuna with ponzu. The tuna was so soft and delicate, yet filled with flavor; a great appetizer. For the main course, we had the Omakase sashimi for two, where the chef simply serves up the best fish of the day. Beautifully presented and I savored each piece of sashimi in my mouth, as it literally melted away. I suggest when "omakase" is offered as an option, you take it, because you will end up enjoying the tastiest and best fish the chef has. I also recommend trying some of the unique dishes Gajyumaru has to offer (instead of the typical chicken teriyaki, california rolls etc.), or else you're missing out on a whole world of delicious surprises they also have in store. Very reasonably priced at $80 for the whole meal for 2.