Dallas >Restaurants >
Japanese >Deep Sushi
monday night is great in here.. me and my girlfriend came here on last monday night. the server intro us a lot of great sps. we sat on the bar drink after our meal. the bartender knows a lot of sake. she also let us try most of it too. it was a great experince. love this place! highly recommend it.
A guest made my drink- Laughable Service. I also went here for Valentine's Day but I had a bad experience. Only a few of the tables received roses- it totally depended on who your server was. My date asked our server if I could have a rose and the server told him he could get it himself in front! How rude! When the sushi arrived, we asked our server for soy sauce, but it never came to the table so we had to share with the table next to us. The servers were so frantic that a couple eating in the restaurant got up and actually started busing tables and bar tending! That's right- our drinks were made by fellow guests in the restaurant. Is that even legal? The servers were so overwhelmed they didn't even care- they were taking these drinks to the tables not knowing if they were right or who these people even were. As for the sushi, I've definitely had better at Blue Fish, Asian Mint, and Nobu. If you have your heart set on eating here, I just hope you're one of the lucky ones because at this place, it's definitely a gamble.
BEST SUSHI EVER!!!. We were visiting the area and stumbled upon the best SUSHI we've ever had in not on Dallas, TX but in the United States!!! We travel 15-20 days a month and have eaten Sushi in small towns and big cities but never had the experience that DEEP SUSHI provided. The presentation was amazing. Each dish was served like a fine piece of art. Then it quickly disappeared as a new favorite. We did not order anything. We let the owner surprise us with his masterpieces and that is exactly what he did. Everything from the volcano roll (which actually looked like an exploding volcano) to the nice Tuna Appetizers. It all tasted fresh and had sauces that went perfectly with the dish. I highly recommend DEEP SUSHI. I will make a point of visiting them any time I'm in Dallas.
Best Sushi in Dallas. I went there for Valentine's Day last night. I was greeted with a rose at the front door, which was a nice touch to the start of my experience there. The food was awesome, the fish was fresh and my date enjoyed his beef teriyaki. My favorite was the sashimi special, which had three slices each of four different sashimi's, a citrus sauce, and some jalapenos to add some kick. Although it was a busy night, the waitstaff was friendly and made sure that I was attended to. I enjoyed the music and the variety of cocktails and sake that they offer. Overall it was a great experience and I enjoyed the atmosphere and would recommend it to anyone.
terrible service and overpriced, bland food. i have been to this place TWICE- that's right- i gave it a second shot- and both times, the service and food were simply awful. both times, we waited around for someone to come seat us before having to go up to a server who was just standing around and asking for a table. both times our order was wrong- both the sushi and drinks were not what we ordered and it wasn't easy trying to get the server to take it off the ticket either because they don't want to waste anything. the server would just try to convince us to keep it instead of removing the item immediately as they should have done. i eat a lot of sushi and at this place, the fish is just so bland- it can't be sushi grade, the way it tastes. the sushi in my college cafeteria was better. i asked to speak to the manager at the end of the second meal and he wouldn't come out from behind the sushi bar- he said he was too busy (the restaurant was half full and there were other sushi chefs present). i don't care if i get that kind of service at at a lunch joint, but when you're paying $40/person, you expect service and respect, right? don't waste your time and money.
good sushi-- but not the best in Dallas. I really love the atmosphere here and it is a great place to go if you are near deep ellum. I am a sushi snob and I love the sushi here. The only place I like better is Blue Fish. The fish here is fresh and the rolls are nice and small (not small portions, but small bites). It is pretty affordable as well. But, the servers tend to be a bit rude and slow. It is a good place to go with a group as well.
What a find!.
I'm from California and consider myself pretty picky when it comes to Sushi. I travel all over the world on business, and I make it a habit NOT to order sushi unless I'm on the coast; however, a client of mine in Dallas was insistent that we come to Deep Sushi, and now I'm going to have to reconsider my philosophy entirely!
We went there last Wednesday (the 15th), and while it was still early evening, the place had a great vibe to it - much different than other sushi restaurants I've been to. It's hard to explain, but it was friendly without being to kitzchy and edgy but not offputting. The service was prompt and efficient. We had a fairly large party and they kept the service flowing beautifully.
We ordered the Deep Ellum boat. What struck me immediately was how fresh everything was. I wasn't expecting that in Dallas! The Volcano roll was my favorite, but there was hardly anything that I didn't really like.
Bottom line - I go to Dallas regularly and I'm looking forward to my next visit to my "find" in the Metroplex!
I went there on Monday night (7/2/07). The place was empty, except for two tables. We ordered only like 4 rolls. The waiter was awful and rude. The food took an hour. After sitting there 30 minutes the waiter said it would be out in five minutes, but he took another 30.
Went during happy hour, damn expensive too. Nothing special, except for maybe the mushroom sushi. Will not go back ever.
Not worth the money, much better sushi places in town. Went late on Friday night. We were the only people there. The Sushi chef was a novice - he might have even been the kitchen help. I think I could have made it better. The rolls fell apart and the dishes look klunky. Food was fresh but ordinary. Everything was BLAND. Won't go again.
Good food, Good service, Great environment. I took my fiance there for his birthday. I made reservations earlier in the week. We had no problem finding the location or finding parking. Our table was ready right when we walked in the door. The service was great and the food was even better. My fiance enjoyed a lot of yummy sushi. The pieces were big and the pricing was reasonable. I do not eat sushi so I had chicken. The chicken was good and it came with rice and vegetables. For dessert we had the fried bananas with red bean ice cream. It was VERY good! And they gave it to us free since it was my fiances birthday. I would definatly recommend Deep Sushi. The environment was great for talking, the music was not too loud. If you want a more one on one eating go to deep sushi. Sometimes it is hard to talk in big restaurants because the music is so loud and it is so busy inside. Deep Sushi was very relaxed and not "busy" at all.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!
Do you have a review of Deep Sushi on your blog? If you include the Citysearch image link (shown below) in your post, we'll automatically link to your review from the business profile page. Here's how our Linkback system works:
The Linkback system is free and automatic. It's really that easy.
To link to our business profile page, copy the html below to your web page.