Great food! A little pricey, but it's worth it considering how nice everyone that works there is. They deliver too!
My husband and I were visiting from San Francisco and after a week of gorging on lumberjack sized breakfasts and deep fried seafood platters, we wer…
1200 W Northern Lights Blvd Ste HAnchorage, AK 99503
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I was really craving some chicken yakisoba, so we ordered from Sushi Ya & this is what they gave me. Plain noodles, no taste at all. Brought it back & they gave me another one, exactly the same. They said I'm wrong and the plain way is the correct way to make chicken yakisoba... so if anyone ever feels like bland ass noodles with no flavor what so ever, head over to Sushi Ya & have them tell you how you are wrong and they are right.
I work in the Midtown area and I have been eating lunch at Tokyo Garden almost every day for over a year. The reason is simple: There is no other place in town where you can have a full meal for $15.00.The buffet bar is always hot and steamy. They have chicken wings and popular Chinese style chickens like Kungpao chicken, sesame chicken, chicken teriyaki. If you like pork, they have pork ribs, teriyaki pork and the authentic pork feet in savory sauce. The Mongolian beef is awesome.For sea food lovers, YOU GOT TO TRY THE SPICY SQUID.The fresh fruit bar is always fresh. Right next is Tokyo Garden's exclusive cream cake that is not overly sweet like cakes from local or national chains.They have half a dozen kinds of sushi. Heck, if you go to a sushi only restaurant, the cost of one piece of sushi is $3. Here, for $15, you can eat all sushi you want plus access to the whole buffet bar.
I would give 5 stars if it weren't for the grouchy Korean lady (possible owner/cashier/server).It's like the saying goes, you can either have good price, good food, good service, but you can't have all 3.1) Food is the bomb. Had the tempura combo (I think comes with shrimp & veggie tempura-tempura sauce nice & not too much ginger in it, teriyaki chicken-teriyaki sauce was perfectly balanced, maybe a Cali-roll/I don't remember. Alby had the chicken katsu, god that katsu sauce was good. Home-made kimchee is killer. Fair portion size.2) Is it the cheapest eats on the block?No, but I think the price is pretty fair considering. $45 for 2 adults & a toddler.3) Casual/need not fuss about clothing.4) Service: Lol. You just order at the counter & she'll just bring it out to you with your initial drinks. That's about the extent of that. But hey, more of a coworkers eat at lunch/no fuss thing, so who cares if u try to conversate with staff & they completely ignore you
If you like super salty food this is the place for you. If not, then don't eat here. Went here on three separate occasion and it was salty all the time.
Delicious food. Pleasant & comforting atmosphere. Bit spendy but one of the best sushi joints in Anchorage.
Delicious and great service.
The place is clean and tidy. The food is made from high quality ingredients that makes their meals delicious.
What poor customer service. Yelled at and made to feel unwelcome. Used to love going there...now I wouldn't go there for nothing
Just disappointing customer service. Made an order for pickup, just some house fried rice. When I arrived to pick it up and pay for it. It was in a bag and cold. It wasn't even 25 min. I'll be happy to spend my money somewhere else. Don't waste your time. The female employees are rude and 'tried to demand me to pay the cold fried rice.' I was beyond mad. Lol mad enough to write a review.