We go to Fugi quite often and absolutely love the food. We do the teppan grill everytime, and sometimes also order suhi at the grill as well. You will never have to worry about enjoying your food, but here are the downfalls. -If you do order sushi before your teppan, you might not get it until after your chef is finished with your teppan dinner. Most people order the sushi so they can have an appetizer while they wait. I understand that they only have a couple sushi chefs on at a time and it's hard to make sushi for an entire restaurant, especially considering the sushi side of the restaurant is usually very busy. But maybe an extra set of hands wouldn't hurt? -Don't be surprised if they seat you at one of the grills and then move you over to another because the chef wants to cook for everyone at once. I feel like once you're seated, you should stay where you are. To move people over is rude and inconsiderate. But at the same time, I can understand that if you continually cook for small groups instead of consolidating, that's going to create a wait time, which is also bad on the patrons side. -As for someone talking about not being able to get change - that may have been true once or twice. Here's the thing - restaurants have to make their deposits and can only keep so much cash on hand. If everyone before you has needed change, they are not a bank, and do not have unlimited funds. That's life. You cannot always be accommodated. There are many other stores and restaurants in the strip, that I'm sure, could make change for you. That is hardly worth commenting on as a factor of not to go. Overall, the food is very good. The white sauce is amazing!!! You will get too much food to eat it all at dinner...prices around $25 for Teppan. At lunch, it is much cheaper...around $13-$15. You only get soup, vegetables, the meats of your choice, and rice. No salad, noodles, or appetizer shrimp. Still worth it and a lot of food. It's the closest hibachi on this side of town and the downfalls are not enough to make you drive to Kobe's and pay more.
I love sushi and am a frequent customer of Mikado's. My family and I go their twice a month. The staff is so friendly and make you feel very welcome. The same sushi chef has been their for the past 4 years and he is excellent. My favorite roll is the Out of Control roll which has Salmon, Eel, white fish, and Tuna wrapped around the top with shrimp tempura, avacado, and veggies in the center. It is a must have. My husband like the Fuji Yama roll which has crab meat and scallops blended with a crunchy volcano topping- it is spicy but good. There are other fabulous dishes besides sushi. We usually get Nabeyaki Udon which is a wonderful soup dish with udon noodles, eggs, chicken, veggies in a wonderful broth served with shrimp tempura. It feeds two people, it is so big and hearty. The fried rice is excellent, the chicken teriyaki is great, the gyoza is wonderful, just can't say enough about this place. Check it out for yourself.
This is my favorite place when I am in the mood for sushi at lunch during the week. Regardless if you eat there or choose take out, the food and service are always excellent and quick. Where else can you get two 8-piece sushi rolls and a soup/drink for under $7.00? They definitely have the best lunch sushi deal in town and parking is available right next to the building! I have been a Bikkuri regular for years and I never had a bad experience. They offer a nice sushi variety and have very reasonable prices. No order is too large or too small and they always have it ready at the time you want it (I usually call ahead to pick it up). Not too long ago, they introduced their own website, check it out: www.bikkurisushi.com