Submitted Sunday, January 30, 2011 - 2:28pm [Take-out]
I go here regularly and I am greeted coming in and leaving each time with a smile and thank you by all the staff. A relaxed, modern setting with jazz and classical music and modern furnishings, this sushi joint has a new type of feeling like no other. The chefs are in sharp looking, traditional uniforms and the waitresses know me by name. The food is reasonably priced and is to die for. They have many entrees and different special rolls. Everyone who is eating in is always happy, friendly, and enjoying their time together in the busy atmosphere. Ki isu staff are fast and efficient and treat you as a customer should be treated. I highly recommend them for large or small families, couples, business partners and singles wanting delicious, high quality Japanese food with a great presentation of both the food and the business.
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Submitted Thursday, January 29, 2009 - 3:25pm [Dine in]
I went to Tanpopo with my boyfriend and a few friends for a birthday party for someone in our group. We were told it was really good sushi, all you can eat too, and it was reasonably priced. When we got there, it seemed a little tight in the spot we sat at but had a rather pleasent setting. We ordered the lunch all you can eat special for all.
Now this is where it disappoints me. I ordered a Teriyaki Chicken, Teriyaki Beef, Japanese Gyoza, and a crunchy roll while others at my table ordered there own food as well. We had two people taking our orders and only the crunchy roll came to me out of everything in the first round. I asked whether or not the rest was coming later on, and they insisted they were getting it ready. More that half the food I ordered did not come, and no one else took it so I'm assuming it was never made. It took the waiter 15 minutes to get me a pepsi, and When lunch special was nearly over, my boyfriend wanted a chicken katsu. The waiter said it would cost 12 bucks! For a Chicken Katsu!!! So we left, still hungry for a full meal and without our money's worth. I now call that restaurant Tanpoopoo.
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