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Posted by L.H. on 06/19/2009
Once I found Geido in the neighborhood, I never wanted to eat sushi anywhere else! It is a fun, busy atmosphere with a wide variety of sushi choices. They are very consistent with fresh fish, portion sizes, service, etc. I even bought their t-shirt I love this place so much! You have to give it a try.
Posted by Molisa on 07/15/2008
I have been going to this restaurant for 8 years now, and I can't get enough. I lived in LA for a year and looked for a japanese place as good and could not find ONE! When I moved back, I couldn't wait to eat at my fave spot! I missed it so much! The food was exactly as I remembered, DELICIOUS! Always consistent, great atmosphere, and friendly service. They really remember you if you are a regular! Love it, I'm sure you will too!
Posted by G-D on 05/09/2008
It's a bit funky, but the freshness of the fish can't be beat. Comparable to Tomoe in the Village in terms of quality, but much cheaper. Expect a wait on most nights, but it's worth it.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/01/2008
I like going to Geido for the atmosphere. The decor is really fun and it's a homey place. Their sushi is good-not-great, though. Granted, they have some unusual combinations, like a plum paste and mint roll, which was good but VERY different, and the sushi is totally good and edible, but as far as sushi goes (and I know my sushi quite well, thank you), it's just okay. It's reasonably priced, though, and you can definitely get a good meal there.
Posted by Harry on 12/06/2007
Geido is maybe one of my favorite places anywhere. The sushi is very very good, if not quite as spectacular as some top notch, but much more expensive restaurants. If you are at the bar, ask for one of the sushi chefs if they can make you a few special pieces - they have some amazing stuff not on the menu. Their prices are half what you'd pay at the equivalently good place in Manhattan - trust me I've looked far and wide. You can spend $15 or $50 a person, and come out with a fantastic meal (with beer or wine) at any price. They have great soups, grilled fish, and other non-sushi items as well (I sometimes just stop in for a soup and some tempura). The staff is super friendly, always welcoming returning faces. Really, what more can you ask for?
Posted by Anonymous on 11/04/2007
I live in the slope and come here often. The food is great, but 4 out of 5 times I visit the service poor: waiting forever for check, forgeting things and waiting a long time just to order drinks.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/20/2007
I love Geido. They have great rolls, my favorite is the Shrimp Dragon Roll. It's sooo delicious. It's often very bust and sometimes requires a wait, but I think it's worth it.