Reviews on Japanese food in Manchester, Missouri, United States. Manchester is a city in St. Louis County, Missouri, United States. The population was 18,094 at the 2010 census. The mayor is David Willson.
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4 based on 65 reviews
This place is more crowded than ever now due to recent positive publicity in the St. Louis paper and the publicity is warranted. The sushi and other items remain truly outstanding. The gyoza fried dumpling appetizer is simply delicious. The California roll is also the best I've had and that includes places in Hawaii. The spicy version of the California roll with spicy crab is equally amazing and is really spicy. So, food quality is five stars and service is equally worthy. Tried chutoro for the first time, a slightly less fatty version of Otoro (fatty tuna) and it was totally worth the $7, simply amazingly delicious. Notwithstanding all this excellence, my wife and I were able to have the Chutoro, the gyoza appetizer, the 2 crab rolls and a large beer for $45 before tip which considering the quality, is fabulous value. You really do need to make reservations now because the place was absolutely packed as early as 5:30 on a Friday and last Saturday we were turned away because we had no reservation. Best sushi I've had in St. Louis bar none although I am still willing to try other places. The atmosphere is pleasant and Japanese although not plush. I'd rather it not be plush so they can keep their prices where they are. Amazing place. If you like sushi and sashimi, this is your place.
4 based on 17 reviews
New favourite lunch place in St.Louis.The service was very professional , attentive and friendly. The food..... oh my.... I got the Khao Soi and the steamed buns, absolutely superb!Also got some kim chi... in house made, it was very good.Iâll be back for sure. 50 bucks for my wife and I and a bowl of noodles for our 3 year old. Well spent.
3 based on 11 reviews
I went to this place after receiving numerous ads in the mail advertising their restaurant. It was completely underwhelming. First off, I wanted to try the advertised conveyor belt sushi and the belt was off, so that was a disappointment. However, they did have all you can eat sushi for $19.99 (more for "special" rolls). Again, completely underwhelming. In each roll the filler outweighed the fish -- the cream cheese and avocado took over! The rolls tasted pretty good so it wasn't a complete disappointment, but I'm glad I was able to only pay the $19.99 for five rolls, otherwise I would've been upset. The service was incredibly slow. Verrrrry slow. It appeared that they only had one sushi chef working, which seemed strange, and the place wasn't packed, but it was early and there were several tables there. No refills on my water either. So, even though I have yet to find a completely outstanding sushi place in St. Louis I would pass on this place and go to one of the other nearby sushi restaurants.
4 based on 12 reviews
Come by your local Noodles & Company at 13307 Manchester Road, , Des Peres where its globally inspired dishes including noodles, soups and salads, come together to create a World Kitchen.
I guess the #1 reason we love this place is because we always know how many calories we are consuming. The small orders are large enough for most folks. I also like that there are plenty of vegetarian options and their tofu is cooked properly as well. My son likes the mac n cheese, I usually get one of the Asian noodle options and my hubby usually gets one of the Italian options. Their tomato soup is awesome as is their naan style bread. I also enjoy their tropical iced tea. We eat there about once per week! My only comment is do NOT order extra veggies, as they charge you .75 per veggie you add and that may mean 2 small pieces of broccoli - not worth it.
4 based on 16 reviews
We chose this restaurant because it was the closest sushi restaurant that was open on a Monday. There was only one other couple there at noon which made me skeptical, but the server was great and sushi was good. My favorite was the white tuna nigiri. The California roll was average and the roll with beef and cucumber had way too much spicy sauce on top. The lunch special was a little more expensive than other sushi joints we frequent.
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