Submitted Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 2:13am [Dine in]
Sushi Town is a delight. The food is great. Service is friendly, And the restaurant is clean.
The food itself is fresh and for the most part well presented, except the salmon/tuna nigiri which are cut larger than normal. Not to say they aren't delicious, simply that the excess fish can feels like wasted profits.
The service is one the ball, perhaps too keen at times. The servers will periodically check to see if the ordering customer is ready, even if they are still looking at the menu. This is not to say they are rude, not at all. On the contrary, it comes off as eagerness to please as they are happy to make suggestions and clear up any jargon on the menu.
One area that is often over-looked in many restaurants, regardless of their cuisine, is the customer bathroom. Luckily, Sushi Town does not fall into this pitfall. The facilities are clean on a satisfactory level, which is all that is needed ultimately.
With tasty food, genuine service, and good hygiene, Sushi Town is sure to delight most anyone with a craving for a Japanese meal.
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Submitted Tuesday, January 6, 2009 - 7:27pm [Dine in]
I hate the service, but I suppose the all you can eat factor does help. I used to eat here a lot in the past, and my experiences have generally been the same.
First, everything feels rushed. There have been occasions were they simply cross out your name on the wait list if you don't acknowledge them immediately. They aren't going out of their way to serve you if you aren't willing to serve yourself.
Second, they often do not give you what you the number of sushi you ask for. On, my last visit they gave me only half of what I ordered prompting me to reorder near immediately. On a further note, I've been given attitude in the past for ordering high amounts even though I've never had left overs.
The sushi itself is fine. Nothing overly glamorous, but at the same time, good enough to feel like it's worth the money. I'm not picky with my sushi so I found it to be satisfactory.
The price is quite fair in my opinion. $12 gets you everything you can ask for($1 extra for sashimi), and the woman on cash seems happy to serve at the very least.
If you bank tally is low, Sui Sha Ya might be your place, however I'm certain you can fill yourself up for a few extra bucks elsewhere.
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