This is the best sushi that I have ever had. My sister and I and some friends go quite regularly and are never disappointed. It does not seat that many, about 7 tables but we have never had to wait for a table. We are all retired so we do not mind changing chairs or tables if it gets them more customers. The food is fresh and the service is great. I believe that for the most part it is just the two of them she waitresses and he makes the sushi. Your get tea, miso soup and small tasty dessert. It is the best sushi for your dollar. I can't wait to go back. In fact after writing this review decided to go tonight . Leona Jensen and Norma Macnamara
Sakura sushi is hidden on the one way, hard to see, and yet has a steady stream of customers. That's because the food is good, cheap, and fast, and the service is excellent.
Fistly the decour is wonderful, mixing hole-in-the-wall local with a hint of japan. The tinted windows are a nice touch, so people walking by dont gawk at you while you're eating.
The service is very good, having one seasoned sushi chef and one waitress working hard. The waitress comes by often to offer you tea and is very attentative yet not overbearing.
(Btw, tip her for god sakes, and a decent one please.)
The prices are cheap, cheaper than almost any other restuarant, and , though not all the food is top notch, it is still very good and a great value for that price.
My personal favs on the menu are the gyoza, simply because they're a tad crisper on the edges than how anyone else seems to make them. The bowl noodle is also a good choice as well as the donburi and rolls - cucumber rolls here are very good, and they have some fun variations of rolls as well for you to try though they're a tad more expensive.
Overall, a great little hidden place, a "diamond in the rough"
My brither steered me to try this palce with him and it was en excellent choice.
The decor in the place is nice as they recently painted the walls a nice light green and tinted the front windows so the people walking outside can't see you eating as the restaurant is located in downtown Langley on the one way street which has a lot of walking traffic. There are a few tables and I believe the place holds roughly 15 people or so and there is a constant stream of people picking up their take out.
Service is fast and prompt as there is only one waitress and she consistently checks to see how things are and if you need tea, she does an excellent job.
Great selection of sushi and specials. They have a $5.95 lunch special with 20 pieces of California roll and miso soup not bad if you're hungry.
Interesting selection of house rolls like "Dragon roll" and "Crazy roll" bit on the pricey side but well worth it.
I have been coming here for years for the all-you-can-eat menu. The food is always fresh and compared to other AYCE the value for the quality is amazing.
Don't be intimidated by the small space. The menu is limited but the quality is good. I always bring different people here and am never disappointed.
If you like sushi, this is the place. Don't expect and of the fancy, complicated rolls in the AYCE menu but it will be fresh and you won't be sorry.
....................................................Langley is notorious for the number of locations for Sushi Bars. Located within the mix of Sushi bars around Langley, it is worth a trip to find.If you are looking for and well priced sushi bar with decent taste, this will meet your expectations. That's it.
The food here is outstanding, but the service is very hit and miss. Not to mention that the Sushi chef can be very grumpy to downright angry some days. The portions of food are very large and a good value for your money. Make certain you leave a tip regardless, We have been on the recieving end of the ANGRY Sushi chef following us out ot our car and screaming at us for not leaving a tip.
The Take out trays are another great way to go. Call your order in ahead of time and get a discount when you pick them up.