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Posted by Lisa M on 08/30/2012
Koodo sushi is the first place I have ever had to return sushi. I sat at the sushi bar today for a quick lunch consisting of a seaweed salad and Spicy (tuna) Naruto Roll. The seaweed salad was average, but I am still astounded by the poor quality of my roll. The cucumber wrapper was so thick that it was unraveling, and the green skin was still noticeably on in many spots. It arrived 95% crunch and no tuna. I had opted for an item on the Health Maki Roll list, yet Koodo's ratio of tuna to crumb was completely unbalanced--I assume to cut the cost of using tuna. Pathetic. When I returned it and let my waitress know I was displeased, the sushi chef actually pushed it back across the counter glaring at me and refused to remake it twice. This awkwardness went on for about three solid minutes with two other staff members now involved and speaking loudly too each other. Finally, he took it back and added in a little more spicy tuna mix. It looked like a pile of canned dog food spilling out of the cucumber. I took photos. Honestly, I should have paid for my seaweed salad and have left. Instead, I picked through what parts were more tuna-esque and ate what I could. I will never return. If you're looking for good sushi in the financial I recommend walking the 5 extra minutes to Taste of Tokyo. They even give a beautiful half orange as dessert on the house.
Posted by Natasha West on 03/01/2011
Ordered the lunch special the other day...delivery was quick enough, but salmon was not fresh at all, chewy and fishy. The yellowtail was also not fresh. The tuna seemed fresh, but had no taste. Also, they didn't send soy sauce. Ginger dressing on the salad was watery and also lacked flavor. There's too much good sushi in the city to waste your time and money eating this.
Posted by anon on 01/28/2011
I've had much better sushi in the area. Crab in cali roll was watery and too much avocado for me...
Posted by we like kodoo on 01/20/2011
we order from their at least twice a week. i love the ramen and the sushi. the only suggestion i have is i dont like their brand of soy
Posted by Anonymous on 01/08/2011
Decided to try for delivery based on the positive reviews posted here. I rarely post negative reviews and I'm not sure if this was just a bad night, but this was the poorest quality sashimi I've ever had as delivery in Manhattan. Very poor cuts and texture seemed like it had been over-refrigerated - definitely did not taste fresh. In addition the miso soup was like faintly miso-flavored water. Even my 8 year-old niece, who has been eating sushi and sashimi since she was about 4 and who I've never heard complain about quality, commented on how "it just doesn't taste right" before I mentioned that it didn't seem good. On the positive, the woman who took my order was very nice and the delivery arrived within 15 or 20 minutes. The order was correct, unfortunately, the quality of food just very sub-par.
Posted by Ken O. on 09/21/2010
I order from this place all the time and they repeatedly prepare the best damn sushi in the entire neighborhood. They also have a huge bar in the back were you can watch football or just have a good time. Last time we were there, there was as birthday and people were going crazy in the room in the back. But that room is kind of closed of from everything else, so it's still nice, quiet and pleasant inside the restaurant. Really great sushi, enough said
Posted by Steve F on 09/13/2010
I've been to a bunch of sushi places in the area and this one is really the local place with the excellent food. Although they are located in a basement (which makes them a bit difficult to locate), the food here is fantastic and we get great service each and every time. The dragon rolls here are amazing, all the fish dishes, and they even make some surprisingly good Korean food. This is my go-to lunch place, whether delivery or eating in. The fish is always fresh and we always get great service with a smile.