Reviews on Japanese food in Winterville, North Carolina, United States. Winterville is a town in Pitt County, North Carolina, United States. The population is 9,269 as of the 2010 census. The town is a part of the Village.
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4 based on 84 reviews
We ordered salmon and shrimp hibachi take out, vegetarian hibachi, and the cajun sushi roll. All the food was good. It's not a large amount of food but it's enough. I was pleased also the sushi isn't rolled with seaweed but it's rolled with this flavored pink paper that has a very good taste. Its different but it's very good.
4 based on 111 reviews
Three of us had six different rolls and raved about all of them. Two hot and sour soups and one miso. Again, compliments all around. The hot and sour is the best I have had anywhere. The rolls vary in fire depending on the selection. Each was priced between $10 and $15. We each drank water so the total check was $53 plus tax and tip for three. Good value for the excellent quality. Would be kind of pricey without the 2 for 1.
4 based on 83 reviews
Excellent food served quickly with reasonable prices. If I lived in Greenville I would dine here nightly.
4 based on 11 reviews
We had an odd experience with service on Christmas Day at Fuji Japan. It began when we followed an individual into what we later discovered was the more casual, short-order side of the restaurant, which has a separate section for sit-down dining. We ordered our food from the casual side and walked over to the other section to sit down and eat, not realizing we were apparently flouting their rules. The waitress in that section waited on several people but absolutely pretended that we did not exist. She totally and completely ignored us, but giggled about us behind the counter with another member of the staff. We had no silverware or napkins or anything and nothing of the sort was offered, so we walked back over to the casual side, retrieved those items and then went back and sat down. All the while, the waitress pretended we were not there. She would walk right past our table with no eye contact as if we were not there at all.As we ended our meal, I purposefully waited until the waitress was right beside our table and I said loudly to my husband, "It's a shame she didn't wait on us, because we're such good tippers. And we would have given an even better tip on Christmas Day." We then rose and started to leave. As we were walking out, suddenly the same waitress became very solicitous, offering help and a nice holiday greeting. It was WAY too late for that tip, though.The food was very good and quick, but the two-restaurant set up they have going is confusing at best. If customers make a faux pas, they should at least explain the rules before pulling the ignore routine. Even though the food was good, I'm not sure we will ever return because of the odd experience we had.
4 based on 45 reviews
They serve a menu style buffet that is made to order. They bring small plates of different items. The hot sour soup is at the top of my list. The warm washcloth at the end is a nice touch. The owners are usually onsite and very friendly.
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