Reviews on Sushi food in Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States. Fort Wayne serves up the perfect mix of urban convenience and natural beauty, boasting a world class cultural scene in a landscape enhanced by plenty of green space. Shopaholics can find the latest trends at open air Jefferson Pointe. The kids will love the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, while the adults can take in a performance at the Embassy Theater. Joggers, hikers and cyclists can keep active on the Rivergreenway that links the city's parks, where they may come across Johnny Appleseed's Grave.
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4 based on 46 reviews
I love Japanese food and wanted to try this since it opened. What a huge disappointment! First they were playing the most annoying electronic music when we got there--though they did change it to a light jazz when I asked. The miso soup was ok--not anything special. It would have been nice that the salads included other varieties besides head lettuce except it was old and wilted. I usually love ginger miso dressing--theirs was very bland--I could barely taste any ginger. My fish was fairly good--not over cooked but way too much breading. My husband's chicken was so over cooked it was dry and chewy( I wanted him to send it back but he doesn't like to do that). His tempura was soggy and greasy and again the dipping sauce was bland. And the bill was extremely high! We will not go back again. How I miss the old Yokohama with the quiet Japanese music playing and the perfectly cooked food...
4 based on 52 reviews
I'm not sure, but I think the kitchen must be run by a Malaysian. The menu is wide-ranging, with sushi and Thai, along with some traditional Malaysian dishes. The Thai dishes were somewhat off the mark, in terms of authenticity. The sushi was interesting with some novel twists. Carry out was prompt and well packaged.
4 based on 51 reviews
Great service, great sushi, cozy atmosphereâwhat a wonderful meal! The waitstaff was efficient and businesslike, but took the time to recommend menu selections. Everything was delicious, perfectly prepared, and despite a huge lunchtime rush, we didnât feel the least bit hurried. Weâll definitely be back; our craving for good sushi isnât daunted by being in the Midwest. Itâs there, and Sakura proves it.
4 based on 149 reviews
Naked Tchopstix is at the intersection of Highways 69 and 24. They are in the Southwest corner of this intersection behind the Hilton Garden. They have plenty of free parking adjacent to their entry. They are fully handicap accessible (wide doorways and no thresholds). They are a A pan-Asian restaurant (i.e. a variety of Asian cuisines), with a sushi bar, wet bar and lounge. Their menu is fairly extensive. Although a nice variety of freshly made sushi is available, they too have a wonderful selection of Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Southeast Asian cuisine. They have seating in their bar area (bar seating, high tops and booths), a main dining room (families) and private dining rooms for parties or business meetings. we sat at a high top in the bar. Four of us had a craving for Asian food and headed here, one of our go to restaurants. Two enjoyed sushi (Orange Sunshine roll, Seaweed Roll, Avocado Roll, & Salada roll), one had the Chicken Teriyaki Bento box and I had the General Tso's Tofu entree, I confess to having eaten at Naked Tchopstix a number of times. I have always had a selection from their many sushi choices, which is great. This time I tried General Tso's Tofu. This was also terribly good. I found it a nice light but filling & satisfying entree, with just the right amount of spice. I definitely want to have it again. The service was very good. Our waitress was attentive but not overly so. She was also very friendly and quick with drink and food orders. Our overall experience at Naked Tchopstix was perfect and we will be back.
4 based on 116 reviews
We went on a Friday with no reservation, we were told the wait was 20 minutes and it was about 15 minutes. Sat down and the server approached immediately, answered our questions politely and, seeing what we were asking questions about, recommended to me an item that was not offered on the menu but was a chef's favorite dinner. It was simply a spectacular suggestion and I can't wait to go again....a sashimi boat for one that was the best sushi I have ever eaten. Can't wait to go back!
4 based on 90 reviews
We had an elaborate lunch with sushi and other grilled items cooked by a flamboyant hibachi chef at the tables in great style. The soups were non spicy. The taste and quantum of food were satisfactory. The children and adults everybody liked the place. The chef was specially attractive with his stylish table side cooking interlaced with hat tricks and juggling skills.
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