Submitted Monday, August 23, 2010 - 4:47pm [Dine in]
I have been coming back to this place for a number of times already. We are a party of 5 to 7 and usually at the door between 5 to 530pm. WORD of ADVISE: Each time the staff greeted us at the door, the staff always ask: 1. Staff: Do you have reservations? We always respond...we phoned but was told you do not accept reservation. I mean what is the point of asking if no reservations are accepted. 2. Staff: You have to be finish by 1 hour..okey? Just take the table and forget the rest. It's a bluff so that they can rush you out the door so that they can take more customers. We normally stay between 1 to 1.5 hours on weekends or weekdays (depending how fast the food are serve) and we always took our time to eat. The staff did not ask us to leave. This is where I do not appreciate asking customers to rush. You go there to enjoy the food.
Otherwise, the food are always consistent. The food are not cheap but not expensive either.
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Submitted Friday, April 24, 2009 - 2:05pm [Dine in]
I love sushi and heard so much great reviews. So I went and tried for myself. Speaking for myself, I am sorry but I am sticking with Torarenbo. To be fair, I ordered the exact same dishes that I normally eat at Torarenbo so I can compare apples to apples. Both restaurant are prepared by authenthic Japanese sushi chef. I find Seto are 35% more expensive. Taste and service are okey.
Taste, Value for money and service... Torarenbo rocks!
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