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4 based on 15 reviews
This is the tale of two reviews. Those of you who donât want to read through: food is very good but the service is horrible.My wife and I finally had an evening out and we went to this newer restaurant for some good sushi. Interesting location, off the beaten path even though itâs on route 20. The decour is not necessarily a Japanese restaurant but theyâve made an attempt by adding little waterfalls, a rock garden, and a cherry blossom tree. It also seems very seemed very bright - like all the bulbs were 100watts. We waited for a few minutes to get her seat but not too long. The restaurant was not very busy for a Friday night and they were empty tables but it seems as if there are only two staff for the whole restaurant. They look like brother and sister actually. They came for a drink order, quickly and although it took a little bit of time the sake and hot tea arrived. The waiter arrived about 10 minutes later and took our order of three rolls and a side tuna steak. The steak comes on a hot rock and is cooked in front of you. The 3 rolls were: tuna lovers roll,hot girl roll - spicy tuna salmon avocado spicy mayo with seaweed salad on top, and green river roll- spicy salmon avocado and smoked salmon on top. It was an odd rolls which we had not had before. Now the tough part; again the place was not packed -maybe six couples. We waited for almost 45 minutes for our food to arrive. Another couple who walked in right after us and sat at the bar, ordered their food, ate their food, and left before we ever saw our food. We did ask three times and all 3 times they apologized. There was yelling in the back kitchen but no food. Not exactly sure what happened, but at the last request, the waiter went to the sushi chef. We could see that he asked about the order and the chef had totally forgotten it. That doesnât answer why the tuna steak never came out, but forgetting a patron was not cool. They did apologize, but saying sorry without a change in practice rings hollow. When the food did come, the first was the tuna steak. The tuna was good, very thick piece of sushi grade red tuna. - Iâm not a huge fan of grilled tuna this way , but my wife ate it up. The waiter cut pieces so the entire tuna was lightly cooked. The sushi rolls were very good. Since there was little rice to hold together the rolls; two rolls were wrapped together with fish, it was a bit mushy. I will say though that the texture didnât diminish the taste. I liked the green river roll, but my wife thought the smoked salmon on top was a bit too fishy. We both liked the the hot girl roll - the seaweed salad was a nice touch and offset the spicyness of the mayo. The bill came and it was about what Iâd expect but they had accidentally added items to the bill. After waving the guy down they were able to fix it. I was half expecting something to be taken off the bill, it would been the right âserviceâ thing to do - by this time we had been at the restaurant for over an hour and half with most of time just waiting. Will we go back - maybe. Weâll give them another shot, maybe they were just having a bad day. The sushi was god but they had so many opportunities to fix the situation but they failed.
4 based on 199 reviews
Went here as a group of family for dinner. I used to live in Japan and can be a bit of a food snob with Japanese food but was very happily surprised to have such a delicious Japanese meal on the east coast! We ordered a ton of dishes and shared everything. We loved the fluke starter with yuzu sauce, kinutemaki, nasu dengaku, tempura, gyoza, and maki. The agedashi tofu was good, but a little more firm tofu than I prefer. I preferred ogaâs cold appetizers and maki rolls to the nigiri but everything was good. Definitely a place where sharing style eating works well!
4 based on 265 reviews
Minado provides an amazing variety of sushi, seafood and shellfish in its buffet restaurant. They have dozens of kinds of sushi rolls, sashimi, yakitori of all kinds (shrimp, squid, teriyaki chicken) as well as roasted and deep fried whole fish like pollock or haddock, a whole Chilean sea bass and an entire array of salads with seaweed, eggplant, asparagus, lettuce and kimchi and mixed salads of all kinds.They also have and entire dumpling area with shrimp, crab, and pork dumplings and a while shellfish area with crab, clams, mussels, shrimp and many other types of cold and warm shellfish dishes.The dessert bar is also pretty good with fruit and jello options and a soft serve ice cream machine with vanilla and chocolate ice cream.If you can't find something you like, you just don't like seafood!Pricing is fixed price all-you-can-eat with lunch at $17.95 Monday-Friday and $21.95 on Sat.-Sun. and holidays.Dinner is $31.95 on Mon.-Fri. and $33.95 on Sat.-Sun. and holidays.Kids are priced by height--half price for 5ft and over, quarter priced for 4 feet or shorter and free for 3 feet and under!Well worth it--everything is very fresh and the place is very clean with friendly and helpful service.Be prepared to arrive early as it gets very crowded at the buffet sometimes.Plan to be there at the opening at 11:45 or noon for lunch and 6PM for dinner service on Mon.-Fri. And by 5PM on Sat.-Sun.They serve lunch until 2:15PM Mon-Fri. and 3PM other days and dinner until 9:15PM Mon.-Thurs. and until 9:30PM on Fri.-Sat. And 9PM on Sunday. Be sure to get there to start eating at least a half hour before closing time.Great place for a large family or group. They also serve drinks including beer, wine and sake.Good place to go before if after shopping at the Natick malls, but be sure to bring an appetite--so many things to choose from.
4 based on 45 reviews
Asked about the claim to fame and was informed that their lobster sushi was very special as well as the lobster rice cake starter, so I had both. Finished with a fatty hamachi sashimi. Drank green tea and a standard Hakashima Junmai cold sake - all good!
4 based on 101 reviews
I have been here many times over the years, for lunches alone or with friends, for dinner, and I booked a small party. The service, setting and food are consistently excellent. Luncheon combos are a great value. Dinner pricing is a little upscale, but close to averages for the greater Boston area -- and definitely worth it. I am a fussy sushi fan, and Fugakyu in Sudbury never disappoints me! For my birthday dinner out with my husband the other night, this was my choice.
4 based on 92 reviews
Enjoyed a delicious lunch. Our nephew was home for Thanksgiving and wanted to eat at one of his favorite restaurants. Since we are new to Sushi restaurants, we followed their suggestions. We enjoyed dumplings, shumai, rock shrimp which a delicious sauce, and edamame which were grilled with a soy sauce and sea salt - delicious. We then moved onto crab rolls and shrimp tempura. For entrees we had salmon and steak cooked on a piping hot granite stone. Both served with rice and vegetables. Such a feast with so many flavors to delight us ! We will definitely return to enjoy dinner at the restaurant. The dÃ©cor is beautiful and casual.
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