I think owners and management are rude and not helpful.
They must NOT like kids either.
DO NOT support this restaurant.
Pricey. I mainly had kitchen food, and had a spicy tuna roll. The roll was OK. I've heard so much about this place, but wasn't so impressed. I ordered plenty of appetizers, soup, and a noodle entrée. Portion size is small for the price we pay. The food is just as good as any other Japanese restaurant. I guess all the craze about this place is for the sushi, not the kitchen food.
Love this place. So I am a little concerned with eating raw fish but I have gone here for years, probably 50 times and I have not been sick yet. Before this place, I got sick on sushi twice. This place has made me feel confident to eat more and more adventureous foods each time I go. I had the gizzard shad last week and I am a fisherman and that's what I use for bait but hey, it was good!
Sorry for your business!. sushi & service was good!! but maneger was drunk!
Great hidden find.
Wonderful place that lives by reputation. This is an out of the way place, but it is always busy. Extremely fresh fish and wonderful service. We always sit at the bar and love it. Try the Aji - Japanese Mackeral - it was delivered fresh while we were there the last time -OMG fresh! Much milder than regular mackeral. And if you are brave, order it sashimi and have them fry the bones for you - yes, I said fry the bones!
Like another reviewer said, during the winter months, try the Ankimo, very mild buttery pate like monkfish liver that is steam cooked. Or try the Sashito peppers fried and ask for Ponzu sauce. Yummy mild green peppers they tempura fry or grill if you like.
I am not sure what the reviewer that complaind ate, but this IS Sushi and $40 for two is about par for Good Sushi - not cheap rolls and two for one specials. No way they ordered just tempura and paid that. Sorry you had a bad experience - we have eaten here for years and has always been good.
Small portions, outrageous prices crappy service. Service was crappy in this restaurant, the portions were tiny and the bill outrageous. If I want that kind of treatment, I'll go to Benihana. The food is better. Won't be back again!
still a hidden treasure....
this is the 3rd time I've been to Sushi Sake and enjoy the food but have a harder time getting a prompt service.
upon entering..the dumbfounded looking "HOST" looked confused when I said party for 2 he said huh? and made us walk closer to him to tell him again...(I mean.. come on you're a host it's your job to find out what the customer want right? this guy was clueless)
we were greeted by a smiling waitress after sat down and ordered a hot tea, and water (*NOTE* must order with a lot of lemon or drink something else their water tastes really bad) I ordered a coke later on..
we ordered the niku tofu / edamame to start..which are extremely good deals and it was cooked just right
the tofu still tendor and the edamame wasn't too hard or too sawgy then we proceed to order the dobin mushi soup it was pretty good but somehow different than I remembered maybe b/c I had it at so many different places or could be the bamboo and the kinko nuts that was in the soup either way it was pretty good to my taste buds
then the hamachi kama came out it was a bit small so we got 2 pieces..this dish was some what dissapointing..the meat was cooked good/well but think they forgot to put salt on the fish or season it before going on the grill...so we had to dip it in some soy sauce..(it should of came with PONZU sauce which it didn't).
last but not least our sushi/roll came out..we had a order of jumbo clam and a order of salmon sushi...and a order of salmon skin roll..these can't go wrong since the chef/owner taught everyone himself (prob. taugh most of the chefs in DFW too) the sushi were very good in portion.
I wish the waitress could of a little more faster on checking up on us for refills and bringing/returning the check to us....over all it's a good experience I would of given it a 5 star if the service was better and maybe some minor update to the deco.
Tucked away in between the bowling alley and Balley's Gym....
This place doesn't get the free drive by advertising that many other places do but it is always PACKED. Fortunately I work very close by so I get to go here a couple times a month. When you walk the smell of fresh fish hits you (this is a good smell unlike anything that I have experienced elsewhere). This family run eatery has a nice authentic interior, friendly service and THE BEST SUSHI IN DFW (at least the best I have had so far and I have been to quite a few places).
Prices are pretty fair (average). The only real complaints I have are that they don't open early enough (they don't start taking take out orders until 11:30AM ), how quickly the parking lot fills up and how they aren't open at all on Sunday. They could also benefit by adding a wider variety of rolls to the menu.
Minor complaints, this is a can't miss 5 start place.
Off the beaten path Sushi. I was so happy with this recommendation for Sushi found on this site. I was in Richadson on business and met a co-worker for dinner. It was a very busy Thursday evening and after eating the Sushi I understand why: Everything was very fresh and very tasty. I sat at the Sushi bar and dishes were served one-by-one. I very much enjoyed the leisurely pace of the meal. The service was as it should be - prompt and polite. The docor was beautiful. The only thing negative thing I could say is that it was hard to find. Thank goodness for GPS.
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