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Senor Sushi

1356 West Southern Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85202 Directions
Today 12:00 AM - 2:00 AM All Hours

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Report | a year ago
Pretty tasty rolls and very good drinks.
Report | a year ago
Mediocre sushi
Report | a year ago
Nice night life!
Report | a year ago
Service was incredibly long & sparse, eventhough there was 6 servers always standing by the kitchen talking. The calamari tempura was processed calamari, compressed into rectangular sticks & fried (disgusting), and they charge you $1 per tiny cup of mayo sauce (without disclosing that price anywhere on the menu). It was interesting to try, but we won't be back.
Report | a year ago
Not bad. The Sushi was the worst part, but the original menu items are really good. Especially the deep fried rolls. The fried rice was also very good.
Report | a year ago
Good food.... only wish I'd come on an evening when they had live entertainment.... next time for sure
Report | a year ago
Food was delicious! Tried the fried sushi and it was great! They had a live banda it was okay just to loud for such a small space.
Report | a year ago
The service this time was not great. Our food came out before our drinks and we had to wait 30 min before someone even took our order. Rolls were good as always.
Report | 2 years ago
A weird mic of Mexican and sushi. Good food but confusing atmosphere. Is it Mexican cantina, or Asian. Process slightly higher, but good is great.
Report | 2 years ago
Food was ok, but don’t expect a great selection of rolls. Also, service was not great. We will not be returning

From Our Editors

At Senor Sushi, the chefs look beyond bold sauces when adding spice to their rolls, drawing instead from a locus of fiery cuisine: Mexico. This mix of Japanese and Latin cuisine results in neatly packaged bites of flavor, from the calamari roll's panko-crusted squid, crab, and cream cheese to the Mexican roll's salmon tempura, spicy crab, vegetables, and hot sauce. Many of the inventive maki rolls are also deep-fried for extra crunch—such as the creamy Tres Quesos roll—and others incorporate ingredients beyond seafood staples. The Culichi roll, for example, wraps chicken and beef alongside shrimp, crab, and octopus before it's baked and topped with a three-cheese mix.

Traditional offerings also abound on the menu. Guests can snack on california rolls in addition to several kinds of sashimi, including octopus, albacore, and eel. The restaurant hosts eclectic events to match its diversified kitchen, entertaining tables with comedy nights, DJs, and screenings of soccer matches, an exciting departure from conventional sushi-bar television: static that sounds like the ocean.

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Sun-Thu
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Fri-Sat
12:00 AM - 2:00 AM, 11:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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