I was craving sushi and we ordered pick-up from Sushi Leo. I've never eaten here before but had heard it was good so I didn't think I would be so disappointed. The sushi was decent, but not great. Eel rolls are usually a safe bet at any sushi place, but this one was not good. The chicken yakitori was *very* dry. The bulgogi was $15. The serving was so small it was insulting, and it didn't even come with rice. I took a photo of it with my hand for reference. For 3 rolls, yakitori and bulgogi it was $70, plus tax and tip, so $90 total. I feel like I wasted my money and won't be going back.
Randall, the owner was behind the counter and made sure we had a great time. Fish was fresh and delicious. I tried the Summer Roll, which was a nice change from traditional rice rolls (cucumber and jalapeno wrapped around the fish in the middle). Highly recommend that one. Seaweed salad was fresh and tasty! Maguro was on point.
Easily the best sushi in Colorado that I've had. Really fantastic. Every piece perfect. The Playboy role, with gently broiled salmon with spicy mayo baked in was so good we had it for desert too. Really fantastic. I'm telling everyone I know.
Came in late, but felt welcomed and warm greeting from the staff. Amazing service and extremely friendly! Got great suggestions and ordered a sashimi sampler and 2 fifferent tuna rolls (a firecracker roll, and a super crazy roll). Tuna rolls were great and the sampler was delicious. I'd highly recommend this place and will be coming back. Great food, service, and vibes.
We were sad to discover some changes in the quality and taste of the food that we use to enjoy once in this once our most favorite Japanese restaurant in longmont. I don't know how my husband and I can bring ourselves back from today. Don't get me wrong the food was edible and well plated, but lacking the special high quality taste and flavor it once had.
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