About this Business
- Sushi, Japanese, Korean
Hawaiian roll, I think that was the name it had pineapple and strawberries and macadamia nuts… was delish!!
Food and presentation of the plate was very good. Bibimbap was one of the best I had. Only issues are the restaurant is too big for the number of customer that night.
very, very, very disappointed in the food, service and management .
The chef made a big error in the broth and would not rectify his error. Management would not honor his mistake because the payment was with Groupon. we do not recommended this restaurant to anyone and will not go back this restaurant even we still have $40.00 Groupon left.
Hawaiian roll is the best!!
Ask the waiter what the ingredients of the dish are
We have been here twice and the food was great both times. My only complaint is that the Korean short ribs weren't short ribs. It was a cheaper cut of pork like riblets. Flavor was good but meat was tough.
If you are going for the revolving sushi, don't go on Sunday. There were only 3 plates on the conveyor belt the entire time we were there; Not because the sushi chefs only put out 3 plates at a time, but because the same 3 plates kept going around and no one wanted to take them. I gave up waiting after a while and ordered off the menu. The sushi was very good. My husband got a ramen bowl and that was good too. The udon bowl was bland but overall I enjoyed the food. I just wish they added items to the conveyor belt.
Really good quality food!!! Buy the $40 coupon, you will want to eat mire!
Spinning sushi doesn't have enough variety, expected at least on of each value plate without ordering. 4 chefs on bar with only one doing the work on a Saturday doesn't improve image. Alcoholic drink ordered wasn't given because you didn't have the liquored required to make it.
From Our Editors
At Umami Sushi, eating dinner is akin to playing a carnival game. The spinning conveyor belt that wraps around the sushi bar carries plates past each seat, allowing guests to reach out and grab whatever looks delectable (the plates are color-coded to denote how much they cost). However, if patrons want a more traditional dining experience, table service is also available. Specialty rolls, such as the Havana roll made with eel, avocado, mango, and plantain, complement yakitori appetizers and meals of teriyaki-flavored meats. The menu doesn't stop at Japanese cuisine, though. It also features Korean staples, such as kimchi and bibimbap bowls of rice and beef.