Discover Restaurants offering the best Japanese food in Goldsboro, North Carolina, United States. Goldsboro is a city in Wayne County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 36,437 at the 2010 Census. It is the principal city of and is included in the Goldsboro, North Carolina Metropolitan Statistical Area. The nearby town of Waynesboro was founded in 1787 and Goldsboro was incorporated in 1847. It is the county seat of Wayne County. The city is situated in North Carolina's Coastal Plain and is bordered on the south by the Neuse River and the west by the Little River, about 43 miles southwest of Greenville and 55 miles southeast of Raleigh, the state capital and 87 miles northwest of Wilmington in Southeastern North Carolina. Goldsboro is best known as home to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base.
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4 based on 94 reviews
Jay's hosted a dinner for a business meeting that I attended in Goldsboro. Anythingk with both Sushi and Burgers in the title should get your attention! They provided some yummy appetizers, and very nice sushi rolls. The hamburger was fresh and flavorful featuring bacon, and a sunny side up egg, seemed like an odd combination, but it really worked! They also have a very nice beer selection.
4 based on 21 reviews
After reading the reviews, I expected more than what we experienced. The restaurant is in a small, aging strip mall. The interior is simply decorated with many small cafeteria-type tables. We were greeted as soon as we arrived by our waiter and shortly after by the owner?. We were offered a sample of the beef bulgogi since we'd never been there before. It was good and we ordered it for dinner along with sushi and chicken teriyaki. The sushi was average at best and we couldn't help but wonder if it was "store bought" and the chicken was a bit fatty. The service was good but we won't be returning.
4 based on 17 reviews
My daughter frequently asks to go to Fuji because it is relatively healthy compared to many restaurants in Goldsboro. Essentially there are a couple of food choices. Steak or Chicken or Shrimp or a combination of them, served one of two ways- grilled with teriyaki sauce or grilled without teriyaki sauce. We have always chosen the chicken and been very pleased. The first time you go to Fuji can be a little confusing. The meal, which averages around $8 per person, includes a bowl of broth, a salad, then the entree ( hibachi or teriyaki), served with vegetables and lightly fried rice. My teenage boys are happy with the ample portions. There are two sauces that are served with the meal- a ginger sauce and a white sauce, which seems very similar to mayo. Ask for them on the side if it is your first time, so you can sample them. The waitstaff will happily bring more of whichever you prefer. We generally really are pleased when we've eaten at Fuji. We don't feel stuffed because the food isn't fatty like many other restaurants in Goldsboro. Recommended.
4 based on 19 reviews
My group of four arrived at 12:00 and immediately ordered our sushi. 45 minutes later, only half arrived. We observed the so called âsushi chefs â obviously sushi hacks, chit chatting the entire time while we were waiting for our order. When we received our check, we informed the waitress that we never received the sashimi order and we were charged for it. She referred it to her manager who then placed the blame on her. I truly hope the waitress becomes the manager, he deserves a demotion.
Being from the Midwest, we werenât familiar with a âCrab Boilâ, which is seafood steamed with veggies in a buttery, mildly spicy sauce. It was delicious!! Everything tasted so fresh and we thoroughly enjoyed our food, which was reasonably priced for ample portions. Service was prompt and food arrived quickly. Highly recommended!!
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