Small Japanese restaurant, also serves Korean food.
The sushi at Sushiteria is really tasty. My hubby and I go there often to eat. We get different party trays each time to share, and all have been great. The only thing was the sashimi was a bit too cold for us to enjoy. (Then again it was a cold day)
The service is outstanding. Food comes pretty quickly. The chef and waiter are always nice and cheery when we go there. One time we forgot to tip, we came back but there was no hard feelings (of course we doubled the tip). There was also an incident where a kid spilled his miso soup by accident, and they replaced it - no problem. The only thing is the drinks are all self-serve. Drinks in a can and tea in a dispenser. I find this quite nice actually, I don't feel like a pig when I keep getting more tea.
Overall value is not hard on the pockets for real good sushi. The place is kind of small, but cozy and warm. Of course, if you just want to pig out and stuff your face, you can't beat all you can eat sushi.
Ate there for lunch on a recommendation. I don't know what grabbed my co-workers to come here again, but I don't think I will be.
I had an Alaskan Roll which was nicely made and tasty, but then it went downhill from there. I also ordered a Chef's Special Roll (a glorified California roll) and was disappointed. The roll was made loosely, half of the time my food was spilling all over my plate. Huge pet peeve; how difficult is it to tighten a roll when you make it?
Also, I had nigiri salmon roe (tobiko) and the pieces didn't hold well together nor did they put many eggs, at least compared to many sushi bars I have gone to.
For the price I paid (over $16), you didn't get quantity or quality. The staff wasn't very attentive, and they just mopped the floor and left water on the floor, didn't bother taking a dry or wrung mop to the floor afterwards.
I did leave them a tip however, the tip was to tighten the rolls better and don't leave a wet floor so people can slip.