Reviews on Japanese food in Bothell, Washington, United States. Bothell (/ˈbɒθəl/) is a city located in King and Snohomish Counties in the State of Washington. It is part of the Seattle metropolitan area. Based on per capita income, Bothell ranks 78th of 614 areas in the state of Washington to be ranked.
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4 based on 8 reviews
Having exhausted all lunch options in my tiny industrial park here at woirk and desperate to try somewhere new, one of my co-workers suggested that we try Ta-ke Japanese. Hey, Japanese food is pretty cool - so I went with the plan.I had the Sweet and Sour chicken, which came with rice, your typical iceberg lettuce 'salad' and some really salty broth trying desperately to pass itself off as soup. Generally the food wasn't bad - it was quite tasty, in fact (soup not withstanding). The sweet of the Sweet and Sour wasn't an overpowering flavor bomb that you usual get with this dish. It was a nice, subtle taste.However I have accidentally swallowed bugs bigger than the portions you get here. Seriously, I got 6 or seven pieces of really tiny chicken. If the price was about 6 or 7 bucks, this wouldn't be as bad - but there is no way this was 13 bucks worth of meal!For the record, my two co-workers (who ordered Bento Boxes) also wound up with overpriced and under-portioned servings. They claim that the quality was pretty good, but can attest that the portions were too small!So sorry, Ta-ke - I shall le-ave you behind. . . .
4 based on 7 reviews
This small restaurant never fails to meet our expectations. They have a nice variety of foods. We especially like their wonton soup and shrimp tempura. We like to order the bento special for the edamame and sushi rolls. The salads are always very crisp and fresh and we love the salad dressing that comes with it. The owners are very nice and the service is quick. A great place for take-out, but also very pleasant to eat in.
Traveling with our two dogs brings a lot of not being able to eat at good restaurants and no dog sitters of repute available. Often it means takeout and we rely on as many online rankings as possible as well as hotel desk recommendations.We called and it was ready exactly at the time they promised. Very friendly folk processed the charge and I was out and back at the hotel enjoying very good sushi with my wife in very short order.Three different rolls and a bento with chicken teriyaki all very good. Rather than list all the qualifiers as to what makes good sushi (read a couple other very good descriptions by other cognoscenti here on that subject) let me post simply that all four items we ordered were well prepared with fresh ingredients and were very tasty.
4 based on 17 reviews
This was our first time here. We ordered a shrimp stir fry and a shrimp yakisoba. Both were pretty good and plenty. They seemed to be the same except one had noodles. We also tried the miso soup and liked it. I wasn't impressed enough to give the food a '5' but, maybe next time.
4 based on 26 reviews
You should never let an opportunity to eat great sushi pass you by -- and at Sushi Zone, you'll never have to. We're Bothell's favorite spot for conveyor belt-style sushi and more. Using only the highest-quality fish, the most delicious ingredients, and u
The prices from internet and on their paper menu are OUT-DATED. I could say the average higher is $1.25 each plate. We tried it looking at the menu, but the plates posted on their wall are higher in prices. The double deckerâs made it hard to see the plate colors, some would influent our selections. Dinner set us back $65, really, a conveyor belt sushi? We could get better service and ambience with Hana a block up. Itâs a quick bite, quality is not bad, more varieties and better than Sushiland, but a bit less than Blue C Sushi (the other conveyor belts we frequently visited). Fish is fresh but small slices, pop in the mouth. Given the choice next time, Blue C or another real Japanese restaurant would get our credit card. With that said, we wonât be coming back to this. Itâs a first time experience and our last. Well, if youâre stuck in Bothell, thereâs not many choices at the present. The items that stood out for us: Green tea ($1.75/ea), ginger and wasabi are top grade, even compares to top Sushi restaurant, perhaps itâs a fresh batchâ¦.. On ward to another sushi ventureâ¦I'm very disheartened to hear you had such a disappointing experience with us. We take a lot of pride in the sushi we prepare from fresh ingredients and prepare with care. We always want you to feel taken care of with accommodating service and enjoy a meal that's worth the price. I'll keep your feedback top of mind moving forward, and I hope you'll consider giving us another shot someday soon. Until then, Sean L., Owner
4 based on 24 reviews
Ice Tea = $200Toro Sahimi 3 pcs = $18Sake Nigiri = [email protected]$5.50 = $11Albacore Nigiri = [email protected]$5.00 =$10Hamachi = [email protected]$6 = $12Shrimp Tempura Roll = $7Mongolian Beef = $15Seahawk Maki = $12Total $87The food was terrific. No substitutions. The service not so much and really disappointing. No follow-up, no refills, only when we flagged Ginger down to order more food did she visit our table. There is a nice menu with other dishes besides Sushi for those who do not enjoy Sushi.The booth was comfortable and large enough for lots of food dishes. There is seating outside, which is nice. The parking can be trouble since it is a small lot, with many other restaurants and condos.
4 based on 47 reviews
We had a nice meal here. I had the rainbow roll which was delicious. Everyone in our party enjoyed themselves very much. We will be back.
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