Best Japanese restaurants nearby. Discover the best Japanese food in Semmes. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Japanese restaurants near you.. Semmes (pronounced /sɛmz/, locally /sɪmz/) is a town in western Mobile County, Alabama, in the Mobile metropolitan statistical area. Formerly an unincorporated community, voters in Semmes approved incorporation of a part of the community as the city of Semmes on August 17, 2010. After a statutory enumeration, or census, the town was officially declared incorporated on May 2, 2011, by Mobile County Probate Judge Don Davis. The statutory census indicated that the town has a population of 2,897 people. It covers 2,100 acres (850 ha). The current Mayor is David Baker. He is the 2nd Mayor of the city, succeeding Judy Hale.
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We stopped off here on the way to Mobile. The food was good, it arrived quickly. The downside was the waiter who was quite young and he obviously thought that smart quips were the way to impress diners. When he brought food to the couple next to us he asked them if they had ordered it. They asked him what it was and he replied that he didnât know and that it looked quite weird, then he walked away. He asked if he could clear our plates, so we didnât fall asleep on them... the wise cracks just kept coming. Not particularly funny. Nice restaurant, odd waiter.
4 based on 40 reviews
This place is very big, so we have never had to wait for a table. The sushi is excellent, I have not had a bad roll. The hibachi is very good as well, the kids love it.
4 based on 38 reviews
We did lunch here. It was okay. It is right off the Airport Blvd and nearest cross section is Cody Rd and Airport Blvd. It was okay. It is looking a little run down and needs some TLC to freshen up the appeal on the outside and inside. There is lots of parking so getting in and out was not a problem. The portions were generous since we did the hibachi where they cook the food on the grill in front of you. The service was a little slow and uninspiring that day but our cook was okay if not very talkative.
Really nice quiant little Mom and Pop (literally) place that probably seats 20 max. There are like 3 booths, 3 tables, and a long counter. The beer is cold and Japanese if you like, and the sushi tastes really fresh. I think this is just a shade better than Shogun's sushi and I really like Shoguns.
4 based on 22 reviews
Across the street from University of South Alabama next to a restaurant called Camille's - very good local japanese restaurant that is popular
I should not have been surprised to have suffered disappointment by this restaurant, positioned in a strip mall adjacent to the University of South Alabama, but somehow the name "Chef Sake" inspired confidence in the establishment. If you are just starting out in the world of sushi, and you enjoy a deep-fried experience smothered in sauce sweet enough to shatter your teeth, you will not be disappointed with Chef Sake. However, if you prefer to experience a variety of flavors in your rolls, including that of the actual fish, I recommend to-go sushi from the Whole Foods on Airport Blvd over this restaurant. The prices are a bit higher than average and there are no free refills on sodas.
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