Reviews on Sushi food in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, United States. West Bridgewater is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 6,916 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 24 reviews
A friend and I went to Atina Asian Bistro for a paint party (It was a fundraiser and we had an instructor showing us how to paint items). After the party we decided to venture out into the bar area and have a snack. All of the staff we encountered were friendly, the service was good and the food was fresh and tasty. As we only order an appetizer each and had a drink at the bar we decided we need to make another trip back and actually have a full meal here. Looking forward to it.
5 based on 42 reviews
Ok, I have gone to many sushi places. And my own kids (3, 5, 11, 16) all love this place for sushi. Yup, my kids loves this place. This place will male you rethink how sushi should be. Be prepared to order more than what you intended. Their menu has pictures and descriptions which will help those who are a bit intimidated or have question marks on their head. Prices are great and you will get the freshest stuff here people. I'm salivating while I am writing this. This is another place you need to bring several people so you can all order different things so you can all share. My husband's favorite, the Volcano, my daughter's, California roll and Red Sox. I order everything else, literally. My little toddlers go straight for the Chicken Teriyaki and specifically each the ginger on our sushi plates. I need to post pictures, but honestly once they put the food down we dig right in. This place is small, but small enough to have conversation and leave with your stomach happy. The owners are always there to make sure you leave happy too!! They serve beer and wine here. NOTE: You should always try one of their daily specials. The chef "Z" always put some great stuff on it. Never thought I would ever try a raw giant clam. I did at this place and it was absolutely divine.
4 based on 22 reviews
This place is unbelievably tiny, but the atmosphere is stellar and so is the food. It was absolutely one of the best meals that I have ever eaten. The sushi was perfect. The service was also fantastic. If you happen to be driving by or in the area STOP and EAT!!
4 based on 26 reviews
We had a meal that was really top-notch, not just tasty but tasteful.Pork belly buns: unlike Chinese style siu bao, these buns resembled tacos, with a soft steamed bun partly enclosing tender pork belly. A great combination of textures, and the pork belly was very tender. Hamachi kama (grilled tuna collar): my first time eating this part of the tuna, and it was every bit the delicacy I expected. Grilled to perfection with just the right char, the meat was still tender and juicy.Spicy tuna tempura maki: once again, a great balance of flavors and textures, with the tempura adding a nice subtle crunch. This was unexpectedly warm, which boosted the flavor. The best item of the meal.Pork belly ramen: more of that delectable pork belly, in a delicious broth with baby bok choy, noodles, and hard-boiled egg.Beef negihama: the only disappointment, we found this rather bland. The ingredients were good and prepared well, but it didn't have the pop of flavor or texture that we enjoyed so much in the other dishes.All in all, a very enjoyable meal. The price was reasonable as well, about $70 for two people. We're looking forward to coming back!
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