Find out what Sushi restaurants to try in Pittsfield. Pittsfield is the largest city and the county seat of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United States. It is the principal city of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of Berkshire County. The population was 44,737 at the 2010 census. Although the population has declined in recent decades, Pittsfield remains the fourth largest municipality in western Massachusetts, behind only Springfield, Holyoke, and Chicopee.
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4 based on 112 reviews
Went to dinner for a simple birthday celebration. Service was quick and hibachi chef was nice, food delicious. However i was turned off by the waiter. Ive waited tables for 20 years so i know every correct detail. This waiter couldnt care less. Maybe having family issues or something else in his life but no excuse. He rushed us like an assembly line ordering dinners. No smiles. Didn't ask to refill drinks, have is to-go containers to do ourselves. No :goodbyes" or "thank you"s. An F for service. Oh and hated the other service staff standing 5 feet away observing. Ugh.Dinner is expensive so service should be top notch. That's what i give my guests. I tipped him 15% when i typically tip 20%+. Shame
4 based on 94 reviews
I had been to this building many years ago when it was a steakhouse. Enso is sooooo much better. The spring rolls arrived hot and delicious with a wonderful dipping sauce and the curried chicken I ordered was full of chicken and vegetables. The waiter helped out with a discussion on how hot each type of curry would be. The prices are reasonable and the fact that the great food arrives at the table piping hot, make this a place to visit
4 based on 49 reviews
Japanese cuisine including teriyakis, udons, sushi & sashimi. Serving both lunch & dinner with a bar.
Shiro Lounge, now called SenSushi Japanese Cuisine, has been bought out by its sushi chefs and turned into a real sushi restaurant with non-sushi preparations still highly available. The former snarky waitstaff has been replaced with a business-like but pleasant crew.The sushi lunch included excellent fish that was well cut. I requested an oshinko roll in place of California rollâno problem. My husband's eel donburi, Unagi Don, included a generous serving of excellent eel, seaweed, and oshinko over well-prepared rice. Red bean mochi was mehânot enough flavor and served with sickly sweet whipped toppingâbut I went there for the sushi, so I won't hold this against them. I hope they are able to maintain this level of qualityâand we look forward to going back.
3 based on 35 reviews
Jae's Restaurant is an award-winning Pan-Asian cuisine, including Sushi, Pad Thai, and Korean specialties.
The Berkshire Hills are busy in summer and Labor Day weekend was no exception. In spite of this, our party of seven (with reservations) was seated promptly and given menus. Jae's has something for every taste. American favorites, Korean specialties, sushi and many other items. All the servers and bussers were kept busy delivering meals, drinks and clearing tables. Our meals came out eventually and everyone enjoyed their appetizers, main plates and drinks. This was our first visit to this incarnation of Jae's and we look forward to returning during the winter.
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