Reviews on Sushi food in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States. Uniontown is a city in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, United States, 46 miles (74 km) southeast of Pittsburgh and part of the Greater Pittsburgh Region. The population was 10,372 at the 2010 census, down from 12,422 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat and largest city of Fayette County.
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4 based on 135 reviews
I've eaten here 10 or 12 times. I've never been disappointed. The sushi is fantastic, as are the entrees. All of the sushi is prepared right in front of you. The staff is extremely friendly, and the restaurant is clean and comfortable. Great place for a date night. The lunch specials are always good, and the menu is extensive. No need to travel to Pittsburgh for good sushi anymore. You won't be disappointed.
5 based on 17 reviews
We chose to eat here because the reviews were glowing. We ordered cashew chicken and walnut shrimp. We were expecting family style servings, but the food was served as individual entrees with rice and garnished with vegetables. The presentation was very nice. The serving size for both was large. The cashew chicken was fairly standard, but there were lots of vegetables and they were not overcooked. The sauce had a good flavor. The walnut chicken was what I expected with glazed walnuts and a white sauce. The only problem was the coating on the shrimp. It was too thick. After a couple of bites, I just took off most of the coating. The taste of the sauce and walnuts was what I expected. There were a few people eating in the restaurant, but there was a steady stream of take-out customers. The service was quick and the server was friendly. This is definitely better than most Chinese restaurants you find in small cities in the mainland US. My rating is based on rural Pennsylvania standards.
4 based on 41 reviews
I ate dinner here with a group of educators after attending a conference. This is an Asian dining experience that is delicious, but also very entertaining. The sights and sounds of a humorous chef that flips cooking utensils with Ninja type skills is wonderful. Who doesnât enjoy a combination of fire, smoke, or flash? After the wonderful display, you are left with a fulfilling meal. I had salad, soup, steak, chicken, and shrimp with stir-fried vegetables. It was great! Our group had a blast! I highly recommend this establishment.
We had a neighborhood get together here. Very nice atmosphere for this type gathering. Wait staff was very efficient and entertaining. Very worthwhile and will return for similar outings in the future
2 based on 15 reviews
Stopped in for dinner during a business trip through Uniontown, as I normally enjoy Asian buffet restaurants. This one falls fall short in many ways.The decor is just plain old, sloppy, dirty, and messy. Sticky fingerprints on everything from the tabletops to the buffet line to the "clean" dishes. The Mongolian grill line was filthy and did not look sanitary at all, with chicken, mystery meat, veggies, and condiments all sitting out. A cook was obnoxiously watching what sounded like Chinese piano music on an iPad, loud enough for the entire restaurant to hear.What bothered me the most was the assortment of food, or lack thereof. One would think that an "Asian Buffet" would feature more of a variety of entrees - nothing spicy here, no Kung Pao, no Hunan anything, but lots of fried food and severely unappetizing crawfish, shrimp, and imitation crab meat dishes.Some places like this are clean, well-run, and serve interesting and fresh food. Too bad this one does none of these things...
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