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2624 Elm St, Dallas, TX | Directions 7522632.784203 -96.785584
Mon-Wed 11am-2:30pm, 5pm-11pm
Thu 11am-2:30pm, 5pm-12am
Fri 11am-2:30pm, 5pm-1am
Neighborhoods: East Dallas
Tckled and Delighted – Went to Deep Sushi last night with a friend and I got to tell you it was better then I expected. The girl that set us at the table was super nice and friendly. She asked us if we were there before and when we said no she took her time and did a very nice job explaining us about the menu and everything else we asked her about. Then our server took our order and brought our sake. He was at the table every time we needed a refill and poured our sake for us. I look at those things when go out to eat and grade a service. It was nice, especially because they were not busy and servers have tendencies to slack off during slow time. I know. I was a server. LOL Food was very good. We had Ahi Tuna Tower and when it came out the server did a table presentation of smashing it for our enjoynment. The we had some sushi. They have 2 for 1 deal on Tuesdays :). The resaturant was clean including bathrooms and floors. Overall it was a very nice experience and we will go back again.
Sushi. In Deep Ellum – they do a good job about customer service, the bar is nice too.
I believe there are a lot sushi place in Dallas, but Deep sushi is one of the top sushi restaurant in deep ellum area!
feel sushi tonight?
if I don't want drive 10-20 miles to Plano or Richardson , deep sushi definitely is one of my choice in deep ellum.
cheep sushi – They forgot to fix one of our rolls and we wished they had forgotten the others. They were dry, tasteless, and the rice was sticky. They advertised buy one sushi get one free. Beware this does not include rolls. In Tokyo this would be clear, but in Dallas this is a dishonest advertisement. There are too many good and mediocre sushi places in Dallas to ever go here again.
25 fooet Sushi bar! – Deep Sushi is open for lunch Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and for dinner from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, 5 p.m. to midnight on Thursday, and 5 p.m. until 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Deep Sushi's deep sushi menu includes standards like sashimi, as well as specialty rolls. Prices range from $4 tofu inari to a hearty sashimi roll at up to $25. For less bite-sized fare, Deep Sushi also serves a variety of teriyaki selections and beef dishes, including the Kobe One ($40), an 8 oz. steak grilled and dressed with special sauce, grilled veggies, and rice. If you're there for dinner, sharpen your mouth's sushi-sensors with a little chicken kara-age (crispy boneless bites of fried chicken; $6), or the soft shell crab ($9), a deep-fried dish served with spicy vinegar and soy sauce.
Majestic murals of Japanese warriors, a 25-foot sushi bar, and playful chefs acknowledging custom orders give the sushi shack a warm, inviting feel for sushi newbies and connoisseurs alike. After your usual gorging on gourmet fare and seasonal sweets, Deep Sushi's light, healthy cuisine will be a welcome wake-up call for stomachs-even stomachs in the most severe cupcake-induced food comas.
not great – I went here on a lunch date and our server was great, but the sushi was awful. The sushi was dry and warm. It was definitely not fresh. The spider roll was burnt and I could tell they tried to re-batter the crab so you couldn't see how it was black underneath. I was really disappointed, especially for the price. Unless you're going for the drink specials, there are MUCH better sushi places to go in Dallas within a 5 mile radius.
Treat Yourself to Great Sushi – Solid dining experience. Good music. Wide selection of rolls and sashimi. Food tasted great and I left feeling satisfied. Would be a good date spot.
Best Sushi in the DFW!! – I've been to just about every sushi joint in the DFW from Chaucers to Blue Fish, to Nandinas....the list can go on and on, but none compare to the quality and service at Deep Sushi. The minute I walk in I'm greeted by several employees, from the host to the bartender and even the owner. The atmosphere is extemely relaxed and the music is awesome. The food is to die for! I no longer have to order off the menu, I simply tell the waitor what I like or what I'm craving and they know exactly what to make. Never have I been disappointed, but surprised that every visit becomes more satisfying! I simply adore this place, and most importantly the food! In the past I've been skeptical about recommending sushi places, but I can definitely, without a doubt recommend Deep Sushi to all my sushi loving friends and family. Not once have they been disappointed, even those who are trying sushi for the first time. What can I say, I simply adore this place.
Overrated – I really don't understand how Deep Sushi has gotten such high ratings. I can only assume that these patrons don't know any better. We usually only patronize Blue Fish in North Dallas, but the reviews were good and we were going to a show downtown, so my boyfriend and I decided to use the Citysearch coupon and dine in last night.
We sat at the sushi bar, since we usually have a good time with our sushi chefs. Drink service was very slow, and we got our first plate of sushi before we had our beers. The first plate of nigiri had a hot chili sauce garnish, and my boyfriend requested that the chef omit anything spicy from our remaining orders. When our Ahi Tower came out, it was swimming in spicy sesame oil, so we sent it back. They said that there was no hot chili sauce in it, only spicy sesame oil. They didn't seem to understand that we didn't want anything spicy, and they were less than courteous about it!
We finally got our Ahi Tower, but after becoming intimately familiar with the same dish from Blue Fish, we were extremely disappointed - Deep Sushi's version is underwhelmingly small (about half the size) and bland, and they apparently depend on the spiciness of the oil to mask the blase-ness of the dish.
For rolls, we ordered an Alaskan roll and a Deep roll, which were okay, but miniature in comparison to what we get at Blue Fish for the same price. I'm used to pieces so big that they are a challenge to eat in one bite, but these were closer to supermarket sushi size. There were such small portions of fish in the Deep roll that they couldn't even all be identified, and we weren't sure if everything that should have been in it was in it.
All in all we were very disappointed with our experience, and will be sticking with Blue Fish from now on.
The best service and sushi in dallas! – Wow! Have you had deep sushi?s sushi yet? I was not a big sushi fan until I came to deep sushi. They have won me over! I had the California roll as all sushi amateurs start with, they then offered me something a little more on the sushi daring side, with a spicy tuna dish, then came a crawfish and jalapeno sushi dish with a spicy sauce on a mound of rice , volcano??? Not sure what it was called but this sushi dish was my favorite! If you are not a sushi fan the tempura from the bento box was out of this world too! You really have to try this sushi restaurant. They are in Deep Ellum on Elm street and have free parking on the street till 7pm daily. Tell them wendy sent you and you want the ?mess? ( that?s what I called it :) ) and they will know what you mean. They have excellent service too! The owner also has daily specials that are excellent! Go deep now!
Very Good.... – I have been here a couple of times during the week for lunch and stopped in over the weekend with some out of town guests. They raved about the sushi and loved all of the speciality drinks! We will be back for dinner!!!
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