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Posted by Vivian on 02/15/2013
I work in the Soho area and I'm sad that it has taken me so long to find this place. I have only ordered food for delivery and it has always come very quickly. The sushi is also fresh and original. My favorite roll is the American dream, I highly recommend it and all their sushi in general.
Posted by local dude on 07/26/2012
I live and work in the area. Quan has been my go to lunch sushi place for almost three years. I go there often for lunch, and order for my office frequently. It has always been dependable; the staff is nice, delivery is fast, and the food is decent. Today, I had the poorest sushi of my life! I delivered my usual from seamless; it arrived pretty fast, but I was in for a surprise. The salad dressing was rotten! The rolls were massively overstuffed. The fish was putrid. In over 20 years of eating sushi, I has never experienced such a thing. Even the coke came warm. Maybe their refrigerator has been broken since last week? Maybe they have started a food recycling programme? nobody should be allowed to serve something like this-- not even once every 10 years! I called to tell them about the food. They recognized my voice, curtly said they are sorry, and hung up the phone! Lovely!
Posted by Susan on 03/31/2010
When I first moved into my apartment I had a Ad for Quan...being in an entirely new neighborhood and having to choose a new token sushi place I decided to give it a try. This place is awesome...delivery is always 30 minutes or less and the sushi is always very fresh. I order from here usually 2x a week and am never disappointed. I have tried several other places in the neighborhood and Quan remains my "go-to". Their special rolls are also awesome and a great value!
Posted by BCU on 03/13/2010
Not being an overwhelming fan of non-american food, my opinion was swayed a bit after trying the menu at Quans. Their Shrimp Tempura (Deep fried shrimp and vegetables) has a pleasing taste with the right amount of texture. A can of Sapporo goes well with this meal and is equally mild but rewarding. I'd recommend Quan to anyone afraid of branching out into food of other cultures. The atmosphere of the restaurant is intimate despite it being small, and the menu is diverse, making it a good place to bring just about anyone.
Posted by aristeia on 09/06/2009
My beau and I finally found our go-to sushi spot for delivery on lazy nights and it's Quan. We've been ordering from here for over a year and we're picky sushi eaters, dining at the likes of Sushi Yasuda, Sushi Ann, and Nobu. We even took a sushi making class and this place really delivers, in more ways than one! We used to get the spicy Maki combos and they were also delicious and filling. We started ordering some special rolls along with a shrimp tempura roll and were not disappointed. In particular, the Crunchy Tuna Special Roll is outstanding but other favorites include the Dragon Roll and Crazy Tuna Roll. Both come with a generous serving of avocado on top and the spicy black pepper tuna is just delicious. I have never been unhappy with their fish. On the other hand, their chicken teriyaki was inedible on the one night I didn't share my beau's sushi desire. We've also enjoyed their shumai. To top it all off they deliver to the LES and take credit cards over the phone, what more could you ask for?
Posted by Mereditor on 12/11/2008
I've been trying to find a good, cheap sushi place near my new office, and I've found it in Quan. I had a california roll which was good and a sweet potato tempura roll which was excellent. Both sets of 6 pieces were really fat, so I feel stuffed instead of still hungry! Their miso soup was very flavorful and the salad with ginger dressing was standard, but good. All that for $8.40 including tax? I'll be back! There are only about 4 tables in the tiny restaurant, but the atmosphere is pleasant enough to dine in.
Posted by s. on 11/05/2008
It's very simple: do not order teriyaki anything. The sauce is lacking in flavor and too runny. It is a generous portion of protein though, but at $14, you can do better. The menu on this website lists old prices, so beware... Dumplings are cheap and good. On the small side. Rolls are big. Spicy tuna never disappoints. Miso soup just flat out sucks. Skip it. I suggest ordering any sushi and any appetizers, and you'll be a happy customer. Additional bonus: they're open till 11pm on weeknights. enjoy