I had a wonderful time at Sushi box. It was a very warm welcoming by the owner and staff. They were amazing. And the best parts were the portion of the food and the qualities!!! I’ll definitely be back.
This may be the best sushi in town, but compared to actual good sushi, this was fairly disappointing. The rolls were 75% rice. The fish tasted fairly fresh, but nothing extraordinary. For the price, I was expecting MUCH better quality. For reference, we ordered: Spicy Tuna Roll, Rainbow Roll, and California Roll.
Best sushi in town! Fair prices, high quality fish. Talented chefs. Quick pick up times for takeout. Clean and safe feeling. Hand sanitizer outside door. Staff is always delightful and the food is delicious. The appetizer monkey balls is the best Japanese dish I have ever had
This place is my favorite restaurant. I moved away and I miss it 💔 my husband and I would come here for birthdays and anniversaries. Their staff is incredibly kind and helpful. I always felt at home there.
Wait time was reasonable even with a few other tables large tables ahead of us. I went on Labor Day. Unlike many other places, drinks were only being served in disposable containers, including water. Other establishments are taking the time to sanitize their glasses, but not here. So each drink is individually charged. We ordered some seaweed salad as an appetizer. It was about half a cup of salad for 6 dollars. The Thai tea tasted off somehow. It was thick, viscous and too sweet, like it was mixed with a lot of caramel syrup. We ordered a few rolls that were quite tasty and looked nice, but the only aids to presentation on the plate were plastic grass, like when you pick up sushi at the grocery store. The wasabi is just the normal paste served everywhere, and Kikkoman soy sauce. I ordered twenty pieces of sashimi and sushi rice on the side. The rice had too little rice vinegar and sugar as seasoning and they added furikake on top. This meant the rice didn't go well with the fish anymore. However, it was the right consistency and stickiness and none of the rice fell apart on our other orders. It was properly pressed and shaped. The sashimi was all frozen. I wish I was exaggerating, but I was eating ice crystals. For the most part they were good cuts, but the whitefish was paper thin, and still frozen. The yellowtail also had a bit of a stronger taste than is normal. I didn't even think about returning the food because I was so hungry. I should have. After our first course, we ordered six pieces of nigiri. None of that was frozen, thankfully. Overall, I would say this place is worth visiting if you only order rolls. The quality of the fish is not high enough to really enjoy an experience here if you normally order nigiri. Avoid the sashimi unless you want to take your chances with frozen fish. I would rate this at 2.5 stars if I could, but I suppose 3 is fair.
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