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Posted by Inwoodgirl on 07/03/2010
1. This is not a sushi/Japanese restaurant. It's hard to respect a "sushi" restaurant that serves bacon in its rolls. 2. It's not even good at faking it. They're missing some sushi essentials on the menu...How about some rolls for vegetarians? What about negamaki? 3. It's embarrassing really. Rolls named after Machu Picchu that aren't even spelled correctly. 4. Overpriced. This place is a faux sushi restaurant with silly prices that don't reflect the food. They should pay you to eat in this ridiculously contrived restaurant. 5. Why do restaurants insist on making everything Spanish themed in this neighborhood? Sushi is Japanese! EIther do it right or don't do it at all.
Posted by anonymous on 08/22/2009
Delivery took almost an hour and it was not worth the wait. The sushi was one on top of the other as if thrown in a bowl. While it was edible, it was a big step down from supermarket sushi but with restaurant prices.
Posted by ScarletThirst on 08/16/2009
My boyfriend and me be wanting to try this place since when moved here two months ago. We stop by one night ( like around 10:30pm) Got a very small table outside and waited ins for a menu. Thinking it just might be busy ....I didn't worry. Being Locate when it is ... the street a packed and noisy. It took forEVER for the drinks to come out .... and the food. The food was ok. At best. Not Really Sushi. This was a sushi meet spanish. We got a roll with sweet plantains. WTF? I will say it was good but everything else was just bad. In the end it cost us ( two people ) $90. In the end all i can say is Disappointing.
Posted by Urban Suburban on 07/20/2009
It's not real Japanese sushi. They are catering to people that don't really eat sushi but would like to say the eat sushi. The food is decent but overpriced. The service is extremely slow and they need more English speaking employees (not much to ask since we are in the U.S. ). I have gone a few times and will go back only because it is the only sushi place within walking distance to where I live.
Posted by anonymous on 06/05/2009
It's hard to take this place seriously as a sushi restaurant when they don't have basic sushi restaurant items on the menu. No beef negamaki, and little selection of anything that doesn't have a latin flare to it. I love caribbean, central, and south american food, but when I go for sushi, I want Japanese style sushi. If they wanted to go for the sushi fussion theme, they should do it wholeheartedly. But they shouldn't try to pass for a sushi/Japanese restaurant when they're not.
Posted by LocalResident on 05/26/2009
OK, I will start out by saying that the food is ok. I so wanted this place to work out, because the neighborhood really needs a sushi joint. The sushi is not terrible, but they really need to fine tune it. Once, my husband and I went there and he ordered the cooked seabass entree. It was not properly cooked, and it took 15 minutes for him to get it AFTER everyone else was served! The rice and other sushi was not bad. Recently we ordered out and it was not a good experience. Unpleasant service, they messed up our order, and subpar food. I doubt we'll be going back for delivery or dinner in.
Posted by M&B on 03/29/2009
We, like many have awaited the opening of this restaurant. We were very excited with the sushi selection, which is off the hook. I think the sushi prices are on target, especially since the traditional number of pieces per roll is 6, here its 8 for most rolls. The fish is always fresh and the mamasushi sauce, a staple at this local, is amazing. We tried the ceviche, It's not anything like what Peruvians would serve but it is interesting - for all to eat. The only thing that could use some improvement would be service. The waiters/waitresses could be a bit more attentive.