About this business

  • Cuisine
    Cafe, Sushi, Japanese

Tips

Austin R.
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Report | 2 years ago
Will be back.
Darrell T.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
I will return, Nuff said.
Dianne A.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
A positive first time experience.
frances s.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Our presence immediately acknowledged upon entrance. Given menus promptly. Restaurant is nicely decorated with authentic Japanese decor. Restroom is immaculate. To make things better, the food was outstanding! Absolutely no complaints. Went twice in one week. On both occasions, the server was attentive, professional, and very courteous. Without doubt, I highly recommend the Sushi Cafe and will return every time I am in town. Being Japanese myself, I am pleased I have finally found a restaurant that meets my standards of true Japanese cuisine!

From Our Editors

Sushi Cafe owner Dae Woo calls upon nearly two decades of restaurant experience in Asia to cultivate a chopstick-friendly menu bursting with sushi rolls, tempura delicacies, and traditional Japanese dinner entrees. Artful arrangements of sushi decorate the restaurant’s bar, and steamy bowls of miso and udon soups obscure the view across booths nestled between wooden screens. Chopsticks clash over thick cuts of sashimi that await the winners on soft beds of rice, and thin slices of beef doused in korean sweet sauce represent the Asian mainland. As if to show off their culinary prowess, the expert sushi chefs dare diners to customize their own rolls and fearlessly dive headfirst into deep fryers to retrieve tempura vegetables.

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