I went here once and I think it's the best place EVER!!! The food is kinda expensive, but the place is pretty clean. There's this waitress, she talks a lot but still very nice!!! And when I tipped her on the table, she said "I'm sorry, I can't take it if it's on the table." So, next time if you wanna tip, TIP THEM BY HAND!!!!! But she took like four orders and didn't mess up! Now that's a waitress!!!
good value compare with other convenient sushi place.. I go this place pretty often, because i don't usually wait to get a sit, and no waiting time for food. it is very convenient. I went to many different sushi place and eat sushi entired of my life. I compared with other sushi bars, this place is better. sushi rice is soft and not dry, and fish are generally fresh.
I went to Sushi Town last night with a friend of mine. It was my first time trying this restaurant,but it was the best. I don't know what the other raters are talking about, but the food was excellent and so was the service. It's a family friendly restaurant with staff who are willing to help. I think it was overall a restaurant that i am very happy with. I am very pleased with the restaurant.
You should know that this restaurant is not a restaurant with a full service to each customer. It is similar to a fast food service because you take the food off of the conveyor. I think if you have that mindset when you walk in, you'll be very please also! I can't wait til my next visit to this restaurant.
Respectable Strip Mall Sushi.
Good average sushi. Quick, easy, conveyer style stuff.
After an hour in Target, not so bad. Sure, there are better sushi places in town, but if you want a cup of tea and some california rolls in a hurry - why not?
Woulnd't recomend the place for a destination type meal, but great for a snack or light lunch. You can have a decent bite with a friend for less than twenty bucks.
The place is clean and the staff is friendly and quick. Prices are definitely reasonable.
Atmosphere is what it is - strip mall sushi joint.
Just Average - FALSE ADVERTISEMENT.
Just another average joe. Nothing special about this sushi place; however, they do like to share how much they have donated to the community and their 100 on the "last" health inspection. However, according to the Washington County Hlth Dpt. website it shows that their last inspection in November they got a score of 74, which required a reinspection a few weeks later. The funny thing is in the year 2007, there was no such score of 100. It's great that in some other year you may have had that score; however, falsely advertising that in the "last" inspection you got a score of 100 is bad publicity. Also, relying on your health score as a reason to not having spoiled food is wrong. Food can still be spoiled no matter if you had a 100 or a 50.
Just average sushi, would be better if they weren't so picky and charged you for everything (ie. togo containers, soy sauce, ginger, etc.). I thought sushi is always served with those things, heck if you're going to be so picky, mine as well charge for the chopstick and napkins.
Average Conveyor Sushi. Fish quality is average. Portion size is average. Their rice portions on the sushi are Japanese style (a little smaller which is a good thing). They usually have a limited selection of sushi on the belt. Most of the mid price items are $1.95 per plate. This is 25 to 50 cents more per plate than other similar restaurants. They don't offer anything above the ordinary like a sashimi plate.
Great fish, poor restaurant....
We're sushi snobs. Luckily Portland has some of the best (freshest) sushi around - it really is up there with Tokyo, New York and Vegas in our view. If the owners would only take some pride in their restaurant and take some lessons in business manners, this place would be perfect.
Lets start with the bad:
- the owners raise prices often and are strong believers in "nickle and dime the customer to death" tactics.
- if you do take-out orders, you are charged for ginger, soy-sauce and, oddly, the takeout container itself.
- they have a poster behind the cash register showing their mothly proffits through local donations. Yes, the donations are a good thing, but we find it shocking that you would flaunt your profits just after raising your prices.
- the sushi losenges are made with an automatic maching and invariably fall apart on their way to your mouth.
On to the good:
- the fish is extremely fresh. Good color, great taste.
- they are quite fast if you special order an item.
- they hire youger employees that really do try - and it shows.
- most of the staff is friendly.
- it is a "roto-sushi" restaurant and you can pick and choose the items you like at your own pace.
On of the other reviewers mentioned that the owners are Korean - this is true, but we don't see that as a negative in any way. A trained sushi cheff is all you need for a sushi restaurant - we do think you need a little politeness to have a successful one, tho. But, since you really do go to a sushi restaurant for one thing - fresh fish - we definitely recommend Sushi Town, but don't expect to get any of that legendary Japanese service or courtesy while you are there.
Not very good. First off, its a korean that owns the japanese restaurant. That should be a bad sign right off the bat. Unless the owner has some education in japanese culinary cuisine then it obviously refelcts the restuarants authenticity. Second, the quality is horrible. The rice is dry (very inconsistent), the ingredients are cheap and the prices rise continuously. I would suggest marinepolis over this.
An odd little suprise!. Wasn't expecting too much as I walked in but... the food actually was actually decent, comparable to many other Sushi places at a fraction of the cost. The atmosphere is interesting, a calming mix of dated stripmall & fake cherry blossom flowers - making this place actually rather authentic. Surely worth a visit!
Sushi Town - The Best Around!. This place is the best - at least for the price you can't beat it. Sushi is fresh, taste as good as that 'other' local Sushi chain & the service is great. Its a great little experience too, with the kitschy music in the background & the strip mall location, hell you might as well do your shopping too & if your really in love you'll find this place romantic too. The green tea is free & the deserts are unexpectedly divine!
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