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Posted by kg17 on 01/13/2009
A few years ago this place made astonishingly fresh and delicious sushi. It was a real find and a bargain for the price. But as a regular customer (I used to buy my lunch there almost daily) I've noticed a serious decline in the quality of the food in the last year or so. But when I bought lunch there yesterday I actually spit out most of the dragon roll I purchased that I'll never go there again. It makes me sad, but they don't seem to care about quality anymore. The staff seems bored and beaten down and they just churn out rolls in a production line without giving a d*mn. And you can taste it. The rolls are sloppy, the ingredients taste stale like they've been refrigerated for days, and the fish is not good quality:
Posted by Concourse Critic on 05/09/2008
I've never written a review before, BUT this is possibly one of the best places to get sushi - freshest, best tasting - if you find yourself in Grand Central, definitely stop by.
Posted by Furball on 07/20/2006
Unlike many Japanese restaurants around town this place is actually run by Japanese so the food tastes authetic. The selection has all the usual suspects but also some you won't normally find elsewhere. e.g. hijiki salad, sliced tofu, octopus salad, daikon salad, yellowtail and scallion roll (my favorite). The food in general is fresh so the rice isn't dry , cold, and hard like that you find in other places. The portions are also Japanese i.e. smaller than usual.
Posted by Tinkerbelle on 11/28/2004
They have more rice than the fish in their sushi. I ordered the salmon rolls and california rolls and I wasn't fully satisfied. The sushi in Whole Foods are far better.