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4 based on 14 reviews
You would not expect to find this caliber of sushi in a small, foothills town. The fish was fresh, nicely cut and tasted great!Service very good. We had small sashimi dinner, seared sea steak, scallop ball and eye ball : everything was beautifully prepared and delicious!We wonât drive 45 minutes just for Yuki Sushi but if we are buzzing through Cameron Park again - this is our new stop!
3 based on 15 reviews
After finally getting our food we found that the descriptions were wrong! Told the chicken was not too spicy, it turned out to be very spicy. After waiting 15 minutes for sugar for tea I got up and got it myself! After that the waitress returned to let one of our party know that they were out of her order. She requested a menu at that point (guh) and then ordered again. There are many restaurants in the area, choose a different one!
3 based on 79 reviews
On Friday night it's our Seafood Buffet with all the Snow Crab, Shrimp Scampi and Slow Roasted Prime Rib you can eat.* Saturday nights it's Flame Broiled New York Steak, our mouthwatering Monterey Seafood Cioppino and all the Clams, Mussels and Prawns you
First off, It was unorganized, the Elite and platinum players line was longer than the non gamers or lower tier players. Someone in Management should have noticed this right away. If you want high level gaming to grow I would suggest that you not have them waiting in line longer than lower tier players or non gamers. One Elite player I was having a conversation with, expressed that she needed to be seated because she was in a walker. I told her friend that he should inform the cashier about her situation. I told him this was totally bulls--t . He came back and said I'm not sure what they're going to do about it but they know about it anyway. Someone did come and get her seated on a bench. Many high level players get all the lobsters they want anyway. The casinos generally comp their meals wherever they go. A suggestion to management, instead of giving one lobster at a time, give two, that way I could get my meal over with . This will get me out of the crowds that act like they never consumed lobster before. I would have the freedom to gamble or go home. My wife got two lobsters and I got one because I wasn't going to wait in another line for lobster. I am sure you have other comments from your premium players because of the complaints that I heard in line. JACKSON Rancheria has all you can consume lobster and crab buffet and they give out tickets when to check back and dine. That way, the gamblers can gamble until ticket time.
4 based on 23 reviews
We've been here a few times, the sushi is very good. The udon was a little off the 1 time I had it. The 'sisters' are very pleasant and helpful with recommendations.
4 based on 141 reviews
Aji Japanese Bistro is a stylish restaurant and bar crafting modern takes on traditional Japanese fare and house cocktails. We take pride in using fresh, seasonal and local ingredients.
Really delicious meal at Aji. We had lumpia, Kalbi tacos, a salmon salad, and tantan noodles. Everything was delicious. I wish my stomach was bigger because there were a lot of other things I would have liked to try. The menu was great with lots of choices. Service was friendly and great. Atmosphere was relaxing. Our only complaint was the room was pretty chilly. Outside patio looks especially nice when weather gets better. This will be one of our new favorite places!
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