Nikko Sushi offers traditional Japanese cuisine along with interesting and creative specialty rolls.
Its no wonder this place is always packed. Cheerful staff and fresh sushi. Daily specials are pretty good too. A little cramped but I guess it adds to the feel of the place. Probably one of the best salmon around in the city.
We get large orders of a variety of sushi for takeout for our family of 5 on a regular basis. It is consistently fresh and delicious.
Best plan is to phone in an order ahead as they get very busy and unfortunately have only a small number of tables for eating in.
We can highly recommend this place.
The rolls here are the best I've had *anywhere*! I eat here quite a lot and the food is consistently great. Their soups are wonderfully load with vegetables. Their ebi sunomuno is actually ebi instead of prawn. Their sashimi is wild salmon and really fresh.
Their service can be a little dodgy because they get SO busy and they're a tiny place. But it's a cozy wait and the tea's wonderful to sip on.
I don't know what the comment about not having many Japanese chefs was about. I'm pretty sure everyone there is Japanese except for one waitress...they all speak it to each other while they make your rolls in front of you.
I have been eating at nikko sushi since I was very young and have always thought it was the best sushi anywhere! their raw sushi is always fresh and the cooked food is always hot and the portions are awesome. for such a small business they have really done well for themsleves. the staff is always friendly, and the servers, even though they are not japanese (does it really make a difference??), are always very happy and more importantly fast.
this small restuarant has created such a big name for itself, well done nikko sushi!!!
there aren't any japanese employees in this japanese restaurant, thus the food is far from authentic. i ordered some nigiris which the rice tasted really bad, i couldn't even finish it.
Their service is good, its too bad food is not worth visiting there for...