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Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2007
At 12 noon I ordered lunch for my co-worker and myself from Osaka, as we have done several times in the past. I gave very specific directions, the address, the cross streets, the name of the building, the elevator you should take to get to our floor. at 12:45 I got a call from them confirming my address, and I did so. After hearing no word I called them back at 1:22, the woman seemed shocked and said my food would be there any minute. At 1:48 my food finally arrived, as soon as it got there I handed the delivery person $5 as a tip but said that I refused to pay for a cold meal that I ordered almost two hours ago from an establishment that is LITERALLY a 5 minute walk from my office. The delivery person did not speak English so he called the manager, who demanded that I either pay him or "cancel the order", meaning hand the delivery man the food so that he can throw it out. Despite my explanations of what had happened , ie the several calls, etc, he still would rather see the food thrown out than for a wronged customer to get what he deserves. Ready for the kicker....after a two hour wait......the order was wrong!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2007
The very best taste in the area, maybe even in NYC!!
Posted by Christina on 06/27/2007
Have only eaten take out from here and normally they do right by me. Only real sushi place in reasonable walking distance and I love the Japanese Onion soup. However, the service lacks. Sometimes it's perfectly acceptable, but usually they rush you off the phone and usually screw up as a result. Not in a major way but just in ways that would make me not choose this place if I had a choice- including wasabi when I asked to hold. Today they forgot to include my onion soup and after going back to pick it up, I realized they tried to pass off Wonton broth as onion soup. Bummer.
Posted by rx on 03/12/2007
Just moved to the area and after trying several sushi places in the upper-west 40s, determined this place to be the best by far for value. Dinner bento boxes are around $10, the rolls are a decent size, but the sushi portions are pretty huge for the price you are paying and the quality is good. Service is excellent and top-notch. Atmosphere is very small/quiet. I highly recommend this place.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/28/2006
It is a much needed restaurant for the area. Food and service are all acceptable but not outstanding in any way.
Posted by Jenny on 11/22/2006
Hibachi and chef's special rolls are great! Plus they have hawaiian food as well; Upstairs is cozy. Nice place on 8th ave.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/21/2006
Just had lunch there. Decor is ok, and the food is not bad. It's an ordinary sushi lunch place, but pretty good value. I think the prices are more on the moderate side. The lunch specials average about $8 for the bento boxes. Given the lack of decent sushi places in the area, this restaurant is a welcome addition.