About this Business
- Sushi, Asian, Japanese
bad service, prefer my money back
I feel as though the special rolls could have more filling for being a $12 roll. I was feeling like something was missing in the rolls, like maybe the rice could use more flavor? Even though the rolls looked nice, it still felt plain to me in over presentation and taste.
Love the happy hoyr sushi roll specials.
needs more choices on sushi
We were there after the rush (if there is ever a rush there) at about 8:45 p.m. Only 2 tables were occupied including ours. The service was SLOW. The server was discombobulated and was not very efficient....couldn't serve 2 glasses of water at the same time. It took awhile for our salads to come out but then we were only halfway finished with our salads when the sushi came out. We ordered a maui sunset roll, a spider roll, and a surf and turf roll. Even though the ingredients seemed fresh, there was absolutely no taste whatsoever. The sushi rice was sticky and that is all you could taste...the bland rice. Will not return!
Loved the music and pleasant atmosphere. The only complaint is the location. Good luck with building the business.
Wish they would include more info. on their group-on like no take out only dine in!
Fish not fresh,cut too thin,tempura greasy,bad sauce..Sashimi dinner @ $18 was served without rice,
From Our Editors
Seaweed is as decorative as it is delicious at Blue Bamboo Sushi. Blue and green artworks covering the walls represent the flowing saltwater plant, thematically tying the decor to the wide selection sashimi and signature sushi rolls. At the sushi bar, chefs make good on the visual promise, rolling up classic sushi delights, such as the California roll, or getting creative with unorthodox cuts such as the Surf 'n' Turf—a roll filled with tempura-fried lobster, seared steak, and lemon-butter mayo.
The rest of the menu takes off from Japan, and is all over the map in the best way possible. The crab rangoon nods to American-inflected Chinese food, and the Pho—a long-simmered beef broth served with plates of sprouts, full basil leaves, lime, and jalapeño—takes taste buds on a quick trip to Vietnam. The culinary whims of the menu even skip over to Indonesia for the classic chicken satay served with thai peanut sauce. The point of origin for some of the dishes, however, is as local as the chef's imagination. The spicy tuna stuffed mushrooms, for example, come filled with pineapple-chili marinated tuna and soy for dipping, blending a slew of culinary traditions.
Blue Bamboo Sushi