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5 star(s)
Food and service are great! Sushi always fresh and good selection. Specials are a good value. We go about once a month and have never had a bad experience.
5 star(s)
I adore this place, it was my first date with the guy who taught me how to eat sushi. I love all of their rolls, especially The Crazy Irishman! The miso soup is delectable,and the gal who serves me whenever I am there remembers my name and knows my favorite sake. Anytime I need a pick-me-up, I go to...
Absolutely fabulous!
I had their sushi platter which consists of 11 - 12 pieces of different kinds of sushi. Every piece was dried and not fresh, seems like it's been pre-made awhile ago. I also ordered the "Agedashi Tofu", which is a standard dish, and I always use it as a standard to judge the basics of a Japanese r...
1 star(s)
Azumi served me rotten food, specifically the cream cheese. I got my $7 back, and an apology as an afterthought, then spent the afternoon with a nauseous feeling. So how long does the prepared food stay for sale? Who knows? STAY AWAY!!!!
sometimes when they are busy they tend to forget or not supply the customers needs and you can become very displeased , but i do enjoy the place at times
We planned to try this restaurant on a Sunday afternoon in May 2008. Upon entering, the first thing you notice is the EXTREME stench of cigarettes and alcohol as the bar is immediately at the entrance. The hostess escorted us to one of the hibachi tables, we sat for a few minutes in amazement - THIS...
2 star(s)
Usually, the food is pretty decent and the prices are good. However, the service at this restaurant is it downfall. The staff is friendly but indifferent, an odd combination. It comes down to management, which this place sorely lacks.
The oldest waitress doesn't know what the Gyu Don (rice covered with beef) is!!! I saw there is Ten Don (rice covered with fried shrimp) $7.50 on the menu and would like to know if they have Gyu Don. She kept telling me they have Udon and even gave me an attitude like I don't know how to order...
When you want really good sushi, go to Kubo's. It's fresh, the staff is friendly, and the food is authentic and creative.