Find out what Sushi restaurants to try in Cathedral City. Cathedral City is a city in Riverside County, California, United States. Colloquially known as Cat City, the population was 51,200 at the 2010 census. Located between Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage, it is one of the nine cities of the Coachella Valley (Palm Springs area) in Southern California. Cathedral City has the second largest population in the Coachella Valley, after Indio.
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Their food is awesome and their service is excellent. Fun atmosphere filled with locals and folks visiting. Best Sushi in the Palm Springs area by far.I enquired about the lady in back and found she had been preparing fish for over 40 years. Pretty cool.You misspelled their name. Hamachi Sushi is the correct name.ST
4 based on 22 reviews
Amazingly good and good value from the happy hours menu. It is a wonderful little place with an all-Spanish speaking staff (they are also English speaking). The value is amazing. I have never seen pricing at this low level. The food is excellent. Service is extremely fast. We were there for less than 40 minutes.
4 based on 26 reviews
Reading previous reviews, there are way too many âexcellentâ and âcheap eatsâ designations. It is neither. Nothing wrong - other than their ghettoesque suggestion that I package my own leftovers-to-go. Staff should not chatter or bristle when I say: âNo. Thatâs your job - if you were expecting a tip.âUmami Seoul is better and cheaper.
4 based on 36 reviews
We thought Edoko might make an acceptable change from some of our regular Palm Springs sushi hangs (Gyoro-Gyoro, Kiyosaku), but we were totally unprepared both for the fantastic food and the hyper-lively vibe. The blacked-out doors to this strip-mall location open onto a perpetually teeming dining room and sushi bar, where big-screen TVs play non-stop Asian rock videos -- which make for fascinating watching. The menu is mind-bogglingly extensive, listing everything from udon to tempura. We went straight to the specialty rolls and weren't disappointed. The fish is succulent and mouth-watering, and the selected sauces perfectly accompany the individual flavors. Service even on crowded nights is super-friendly, and the chefs keep the plates moving. This one ranks as our best discovery of the year so far.
4 based on 31 reviews
Went to Umami Seoul last night for dinner with friends. Food was fantastic, per usual, and very reasonable considering the quality of the ingredients and the amount of food one is served.Despite the name, this is primarily a sushi restaurant, with one short page of Korean specialties. I had the dragon roll. Yum!Service last night was irregular at best, which is contrary to my past experience.I highly recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 217 reviews
Welcome!!! Exit bustling Highway 111, pass the waterfall, cross the red footbridge over the golden koi and enter the delightful world of Japanese dining at Kobe Japanese Steak House. Experience the excitement and distinctive flavors of our authentic Japan
For me this is an special occasion restaurant which means it is too expensive to visit on regular basis. Dinner for two with two drinks came to almost $180 per couple including tip. But you can spend less if you skip the drinks and don't have an appetizer. This was Valentine's Day so we had reservations. We waited about 10 minutes to be seated. We ordered drinks and waited about 10 minutes for them to come out. Their drink prices are reasonable and about the same as most restaurants of this quality, We choose to have an appetizer before dinner-enhanced California rolls. For the cost, they were on the expensive side for 8 rolls, maybe about $5 or $6 more than most places. They were good but not that good. The issue was they took so long to come out that some of the dinner was being served at the same time. 3 of us ordered the NY steak and pawns dinner and one ordered the chicken and pawns dinner. I suggest that you have the fried rice and not the white rice but it costs almost $6 extra which is about $3 more than it normally should be. Everyone enjoyed their food and there was plenty of it, including dessert, as we took some home. Our chef was friendly and talkative. They all put on the same show at this type of restaurant. This was nothing special. I would say come here for special occasions like Valentine's day, anniversaries, birthdays, etc. Be prepared to spend some money for a meal that is very good but not extraordinary.
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