Place has a really nice atmosphere. We walked in and there were no customers eating at all. The restaurant has really tasty sushi selection but it seems to be quite expensive in comparison to other places. We ended up limiting our selection to keep the total price down. Another note, Google says the place doesn't let the servers keep their tips and it seems to more obvious when you see how each server handles how the service is given. I'm pretty sure we had three different servers and we weren't sure who was actually responsible for our table and I did not get any of their names. Overall I would say this is a nice place to go eat if you are just looking for a sushi place to relax in and take your time. Not bad but nothing special.
Good Food, Good atmosphere, great cooks, all in all a very enjoyable experience. The fried rice is out of this world! Everything is quite enjoyable. Best prices are at lunch, but dinner is worth the cost.
Love Love Love this food.\r I live just behind this place and I'm gaining weight because of it! Try the sunshine roll or the volcano roll - delicious. But the plain old sushi or nigiri is great and fresh too!
16. Fred's Cafe
I had my first Fred's experience recently and they now have a customer for life! The inside is small and diner-like with Gene Autry movies playing on the TV's, good country music playing and concert posters on the wall. My husband and I went at an ""off"" time, as we tend to get out and about …
19. Jazz Cafe
The Jazz Café on Montgomery - is a Fort Worth institution - Our city Magazine calls it "The Best Hole In The Wall" in Fort Worth. The owner, Nick, is also the Chef and plays Jazz when he has time. The Greek Salads are fresh and are to die for as well as the Hummus and home-made whole wheat pita.…
I have given the Flying Cadrpet Cafe several chances now, and each time the service was atrocious. I can't imagine why this place is still operating. The GM and chef, Devon Doyle, is the worst. Just try complaining to her about the food. She will argue with you and treat you like some homeless p…
The Jazz Café on Montgomery - is a Fort Worth institution - Our city Magazine calls it "The Best Hole In The Wall" in Fort Worth. The owner, Nick, is also the Chef and plays Jazz when he has time. The Greek Salads are fresh and are to die for as well as the Hummus and home-made whole wheat pita. No credit cards - just hard, cold cash - but it is worth it. I've been eating their good healthy food for about 20 years. You may have to wait - so don't get in a hurry. I totally recommend it. Gerry Goodman - owner European Motor Cars, Ltd. Fort Worth
Walked in and was instantly drawn to items one of the few tables in this place were eating: Wagyu Tataki, Pork Belly and the Lily Squid Pops.Good flavor and mouth feel on the Wagyu: pork belly was a little rubbery as were the squid pops.Nice tiny space, very intimate: problem is my clothes are going to stink from their fryer and cooktop that you pretty much sit around to dine here.Very average food: don't make a special trip over here.
The sushi bar is the best. Very good portions at a reasonable price. The sushi chefs are knowlegable and can point you to new exciting dishes that match your tastes when you want to be adventurous. Don't expect fast drink refills from the waitstaff. A lot of patrons like the hibachi, but sushi is really the jewel of this location.
Excellent place. Definitely not expecting this type of place to be located in a shopping center. Everything from service to food quality and atmosphere was on point!
Spicy Blue Crab California andShrimp Tempura were excellentLove the atmosphere .Everyone very friendly.Love love love this place.
Awesome food! Try the Tao roll, spicy edamame, teriyaki chicken, and the crunchy chicken salad!!
Owner very friendly, food came out really quick, and price is very reasonable.
Excellent sushi. Service was a little slow but not terrible