About this Business
11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
- Sushi, Japanese
The server (middle aged female seems to be in charge) very non-personable. Never refilled our drinks. When she brought us our check she just stood right there and asked for the credit card so she didn't have to make "two trips". I don't think my husband actually got to look at the check. This restaurant is not that big and our table was right by the cash register. I will not purchase any more Groupons for them or go to their establishment.
Sushi wasn't as good here as in the past. Rolls were loose, with less fish and more rice. Nice waitress, just not great rolls. I hope their sushi becomes better.
The O M roll is too small for $13.95! Was very disappointing compared with the Hwy 377 roll which was much bigger & very tasty. I would return to try other rolls but am concerned that the prices may not match the size of each roll (ingredients, # of items in roll, etc.) as compared to other restaurants.
We always feel welcome and enjoy the small family feel, we love it
Enjoyed the food, thanks!
Didn't really like any of the dishes, no kids menu, very poor spoken English.
My family and I are regulars at this restaurant and are treated like royalty every time we visit. Great mom and pop sushi restaurant!
Upon getting ready to leave, my husband and I both saw a roach on the floor. I'm not sure of this was an isolated event or not, but we will not be back. There are too many other restaraunts that are better where this is not a problem. Our dinner was ruined needless to say!
From Our Editors
At Om Sushi, chefs prepare Japanese cuisine as well as boldly flavored Korean dishes. They fill sushi rolls with components such as pickled radish, white tuna, and scallops, garnishing plates with strips of sage-green nori or chopped mango. Udon noodles simmer in broth with shrimp tempura, and morsels of beef marinate before being grilled for bulgogi. Patrons can wash it all back with sake, wine, and imported beers.