Bad food and false advertising
We bought a 2012 Entertainment Book, which Shogun is listed in, and we thought we would try them out.
First of all, the ad in Entertainment states buy one dinner entree and get the second entree at a discount (up to $19); the only thing this excludes is sushi and bento.
We ordered two dinner entrees: one was the shrimp and scallops with fried rice; the other was sashimi. The scallops were slice in half, possibly in thirds, to the point that they were as thick as a quarter; and only six to eight total, so really about 3 real scallops. The shrimp was meager as well. This dinner was almost $25 with the fried rice. The sashimi didn't come with anything on the side, no rice, noodles, or anything. This was almost $20. In addition, we ordered a squid salad for almost $5, a Sapporo beer, and an ice tea. Our total bill was $62.
We handed out Entertainment card to the waitress, and she advised us it would not be valid on our order because we did not order two dinner entrees: she stated the sashimi was excluded because it was sushi. For one, sashimi and sushi ARE NOT THE SAME THING. Just because it is raw does not make it sushi. Sushi has vinigered rice while sashimi does not. So despite the advertisement, we had to pay the full $62, not to mention the food was mediocre to say the least. The only good thing was the server was decent.
We will not be back; I plan on contacting Entertainment to have them contact Shogun. Good God! They are a Japanese restaurant for goodness sake! Shouldn't they know the difference between sushi and sashimi!