Find out what Sushi restaurants to try in Kennewick. Kennewick (/ˈkɛnəˌwɪk/) is a city in Benton County in the southeastern part of the State of Washington, along the southwest bank of the Columbia River, just southeast of the confluence of the Columbia and Yakima rivers and across from the confluence of the Columbia and the Snake River. It is the most populous of the three cities collectively referred to as the Tri-Cities (the others being Pasco across the Columbia and Richland across the Yakima). The population was 73,917 at the 2010 census. April 1, 2013 estimates from the Washington State Office of Financial Management put the city's population at 76,410.
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4 based on 57 reviews
I was invited to a business dinner here and being new to the area, I jumped at the chance especially after reading the reviews. The sushi was not fresh, it was room temperature at best. The tempura was greasy and bland. Overall, it was ok, not horrible, but not the best either. Being there are many other places to try, I will not be returning.
5 based on 29 reviews
The place is fairly new, located near the Olive Garden. Nicely decorated, to the left is all booth seating; the right is the sushi bar if you wanted to watch the chefs at work. It is actually under Chinese ownership, Shiki loosely means Four Seasons in Chinese.We ordered the Unagi >> very nice packed rice and the marinated eels were delicious. Also got the avocado ell roll >> eight pieces. Shared the seafood udon stir fry noodles that came with prawns, imitation crab, calamari, scallops and bok choy & broccoli. Not too greasy or salty. Good texture for the udon noodles.Our server was very friendly and efficient. We will return to try other items. In and out in under an hour. Green hot tea was complimentary, our bill was $35 including tax and gratuity.
4 based on 38 reviews
Stick to more traditional options like our California rolls, or branch out and try a taste of authentic Japanese cuisine. No matter what you choose, we guarantee you'll leave happy and full! Come by Aki Sushi for your next meal.
I don't like bad experiences because when I go out to eat I want to be taken care of, enjoy flavorful food and enjoy the atmosphere. I did get 1 of the 3 checked, the food was fine... the experience was Horrible! Our waitress was struggling, now we all have our days, but come on, she just didn't get the order right. We each ordered our own omakase meal and she only put one in. This was fine because it looked great! My wife ate hers at a normal pace, but was done 15 min before I got mine, then they remembered that we were supposed to get miso soup, yup only one came out, then two bowls of rice after my wife was done with hers... Then my omakase wasn't even close to the same as my wifes, chopped up octopus is no sub for tunaThe table text to us was sat down, waited to order, chats with us while I waited for my dinner, and had to leave because they couldn't get anyone to take their order I'm normally really interested in only giving good reviews but this was a honest review - I will not be back, don't want to come back, have a really hard time telling anyone else to go, save yourself the frustration and Google sushi, other restaurants are around
4 based on 98 reviews
Lunch time on our road trip. Found this place at a shopping mall tho it is an out parcel building. I had the bento box. It came with soup, salad, rice 4 pieces California roll & choice of teriyaki chix or beef, & 5 pieces of tempura. There was soooo much food. I wound up giving half the beef & tempura tp my companion. We couldn't take it with us in the car.
4 based on 42 reviews
Very clean. Well lit with a small patio seating area for nice days. Ingredients are always fresh and service is good. Nothing too exotic is on the menu (as far as sushi goes) but I think that is why its affordable because they aren't spending money on things people may not eat. Best green tea I have ever had resides here and you can buy it from them to enjoy at home.
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