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4 based on 264 reviews
The Exceptional Sushi Experience
Smallish sushi house that was popular and crowded. Even though we had a reservation and we were on time, we were told that "we really don't take reservations, that was just for us so we had an idea who was coming." Well that is just BS.Anyway, the fish was fresh and well prepared, but nothing out of the ordinary, but...this is a resort town, and the fact that they take as much care as they do is commendable.Beer, wine and sake.We were sent there by our local friends, who highly recommended it. As I noted, it is very good, but very average.
4 based on 61 reviews
Hole in the wall just east of I95. My daughter and I had been at the mall and target. We stopped in for late lunch early dinner. Itâs the beginning of bike. All the other traditional restaurants are packed. Our surprise was they were not that busy. I read the prior review and that did not stop us from coming in. We wanted traditional style sushi not all you can eat nor something off the menu. We were greeted and seated immediately with hot soup waiting. It helped relax our hungry stomachs while looking at the menu. A sushi appetizer of sorts was delivered. We ordered dinner and served timely. Our sashimi was cut well and fresh. The wasabi was eye watering good. Service was impeccable. We would come back again for sure. We left with full bellies. We ordered the sushi deluxe and regular. Well worth the money.
4 based on 99 reviews
Our family arrived to an empty restaurant at 5:30pm and were greeted by the hostess/waitress and grabbed seats at the sushi bar. Soon after, it started to fill up with locals and a Japanese family who ordered authentic Japanese dishes not on the menu. There were so many specialty rolls including plenty of cooked ones for those who donât care for the raw choices. We ordered the chicken on a stick satay-type appetizer along with spring rolls which were fantastic, and a fresh salad with ginger dressing and miso soup to start. I ordered the special of the day which was flounder (lightly fried) with asparagus, eel sauce, cucumber, crunch & special sauce (mayo based), and it was very good. Other selections included spider roll, oh-my-god roll, spicy California roll, and jalapeÃ±o shrimp tempura roll. All were fresh and deliciousâexcellent by any standard!Donât expect choices like bento boxes, noodle dishes or teriyakiâit is pretty much a sushi place (unless you speak Japanese and can order special request items). Itâs casual, and has a couple of TV screens alternating through mostly travel photographs of Japan. Kids are fine, and prices are reasonable. Sushi chefs were friendly and had a good sense of humor. Service was great. Look for the window with the big white question mark, located next to a night club. There really isnât a sign other than a small one on the window.
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