Our waitress wasn't great, but the restaurant has a nice ambiance and the food is good overall.
Great service, excellent food, great atmosphere.
I've been at Sushi Rock many times and I always love coming back. This night the service was particularly bad. Had I have to recommend the restaurant only on this dining experience, I would have to say no, but since the service is usually a little better I am recommending the restaurant.
I have been there several times - each time, I have found it to be very chilly (temperature) and most of all the music from the bar televisions (MTV?) has been VERY obnoxious -- too loud and not conducive to a relaxing conversation in the restaurant. I appreciate that it might be suitable for a bar time crowd, however this may be a great distractor for me going there again. I live on the West side and we have other options that are nearly as good.
We had great food and a great time at Sushi Rock and I would definitely recommend this restaurant to friends who love sushi and good drinks.
We were ignored by several waitstaffs before we were asked to move and I questioned why and was told we could stay.
The service was horrible. Was fine with waiting for a table since we did not have a reservation but once we were seated a waiter did not stop by our table for over 15 minutes and the only reason they did was because I stopped another waiter to address the issue. The server only came by to drop off our food and give us the bill. No drink refills, no "how is everything", completely unacceptable. Then he seemed like he was rushing to get the bill back.
From Our Editors
The staple of Sushi Rock’s menu is its selection of roughly 50 sushi, sashimi, and maki rolls, which collect multiple Japanese flavors into one neat package. The Sushi Rock roll alone packs a punch of shrimp tempura, crabstick, salmon, tuna, asparagus, and masago. A slate of USDA Prime steaks and fresh seafood entrees such as sesame-seared tuna complement the sushi-bar creations. Each meticulously plated dish arrives in Sushi Rock's ultra-modern dining space, where backlit bottles glisten against a cityscape mural in the bar area, and color blocks of red and black pop in the dimly lit dining areas. Together, Sushi Rock’s choice food and hip vibe earned it a No. 1 ranking on CityVoter's Best Sushi list in 2010.