My husband and I went here today and we had a fabulous experience! Our service was great and most of our food was awesome. We love sushi, we've had sushi from Minneapolis, DC & Charleston. We have been to ATL 5 times and this was our best experience so far. We went there specifically for their sushi. We sat at the sushi bar, ordered 5 rolls and soup & salad came out within minutes. They have a ginger, lemon peanut vinaigrette as their dressing which was delicious! The miso soup was ok. We ordered the Hawaiian, Home Depot, Godzilla, Geisha & the Baked Salmon rolls. Hawaii: Phenomenal! The chef makes it with coconut shrimp. I loved it because it does not have any sauce on top of it. Home Depot: Also phenomenal! This is made with fried sea scallops with a cream sauce on top that was great! Godzilla: This was ok. This roll was made really large (2x the size of a normal roll). It was deep fried and drench in a a nonviscous brown sauce that wasn't sweet. The roll fell apart because it was not rolled tight. I would not recommend this roll. Geisha: This was the normal plenty of fish with sauce roll, similar to a rainbow roll. Baked Salmon Roll: This was interesting. We did not care for it. The roll consisted of salmon & parmesan cheese on top, then baked. The cheese added a different flavor that we did not like with our sushi. The waitresses were really nice and on top of their game. I had plenty of water! The sushi chef gave us some japanese rice and seaweed to go because we were "out of towers", it was on the house. It was mighty nice of him! We would definitely go back to try their other rolls!
We come here at least every Christmas Eve and tonight was no exception! We got our reservations wrong and arrived an hour early, but they still work…
Loved the ambiance as soon as I walked in. I wasn't expecting the dark wood, candles, and cool vibe of the restaurant. Bailey was our server for the evening, and she was awesome. She went over the extensive menu and offered suggestions on what to try out. I appreciated the fact that she was really engaging throughout the entire meal. The music...was so not expecting the music that was played. Outkast, Ludacris, Biggie--I heard songs I haven't heard in the longest time. So dope! Okay, the food. I had the Salmon Belly, which was great and tasted very fresh. I also ordered the Scallop and Avocado roll. I just wish there were more than 6 pieces. But it also worked out because the menu's more tapas-style, so you need to save room for more food. I asked for the Miso Sake Kama (honey miso marinated salmon collar), but they ran out as I waited for it. So I tried the fried squid legs--not bad. This spot is definitely being added to my usual rotation.
This is a great Japanese steak house. It's real new and looks sooo good inside. They did a great job on decorating it. The food was GREAT and A LOT of it too. We actually got noodles as an appatizer. They cook was really nice and fun to watch. He threw in some funny jokes too. The waitress was very generous and focused on us. We actually ended up getting two $10 gift certificates for the next time that we come back. We will definatly be coming back and bringing friends. This was the best hibachi experiance we've had. (disregard the idiot that wrote the bad review... he can go to mckeyd's)