Best Sushi restaurants nearby. Discover the best Sushi food in Jamul. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Sushi restaurants near you.. Jamul /hɑːˈmuːl/ (Tipai Kumeyaay: meaning "foam or lather") is a census-designated place (CDP) in San Diego County, California. Jamul had a population of 6,163 at the 2010 census.
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3 based on 16 reviews
Located in a small outdoor mall, parking can be challenging. We came for happy hour, but were seated immediately. We were impressed with the $2-$3-$5 happy hour menu and its selections. The place is about as crowded as most sushi places and clean. Our order came with a little delay. Food serving was generous and tasty. Our only complaint: There was no "last call" for the end of happy hour prices at 6pm.
4 based on 23 reviews
Friends from the area wanted to treat us to their go to restaurant, so we headed to Tabu. Certainly had the vibe of a neighborhood restaurant. Our friends visit just about weekly, and the staff recognized them, remembering the issues the wife had with shellfish, so modified her order. My wife and I shared a California roll and a Philly roll, complete with wasabi and shaved ginger and a red sauce which I can't name. Service was prompt and friendly and the food tasty with ample portions. It was a great spot to have some dinner and catch up on what has been going on in each other's lives. The restaurant shares a building with a Starbucks and has a strip mall feel, probably because it is a strip mall. Not fine dining, just a neighborhood spot for friends to gather over food.
We were a bit early for the movies, so we walked around, looking for lunch.This restaurant is very close to the theater, so we walked in to check out the menu. I inquired if the food was truly Japanese (not Americanized), and the waitress (owner's wife?) said the cook had spent 50 years in Japan, or learning from a Japanese cook. (She used the term 'Japonica' which didn't sound familiar). I wasn't sure. She was aggressive which made me uncomfortable but someone in our party was famished so we decided to sit down.We ordered two sushi (eight pieces each) which comes with miso or salad. For lunch, that's $12.95 each. We also ordered green tea. It came quickly but it tasted like flavored tap water. I stopped after two sips. The miso was forgettable. The fresh salmon roll was good but the chicken teriyaki roll was leathery chicken slathered in cheap teriyaki. Even (two) of our chopsticks broke.The television was playing a Chinese soap opera, but at least the restaurant wasn't playing disco music. Final total: $32. This was a mistake. We felt embarassed that we actually had lunch here.
4 based on 17 reviews
I wanted to avoid driving from Rancho San Diego to Kearny Mesa for great Ramen and Teriyaki Bowls. My daughter lives in Rancho San Diego and I was tired from driving around all-day and kids wanted rice bowls. So, I looked at Japanese restaurants closest to Rancho San Diego/El Cajon area and found a couple of places with good ratings. All I could hope was NOT to be disappointed.. Place was packed at first and waited only 10 minutes. I was very skeptical since staff was not Japanese (as in Kearny Mesa area) but I was NOT disappointed with the food. Teriyaki bowls are very large including the Sushi Rolls. And there is a large choice of Rolls to choose from. The Ramen was also very tasty and while at first appearance the ramen bowls look small, it's actually comparable, with a LOT less broth. I would go again and save me a lot of time driving not to mention the parking was not an issue as it is in Kearny Mesa. Great location, plenty of parking, easy in and out. Great place for lunch, dinner, or business. Place is very clean.
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