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All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Restaurants

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Sushi Family

 

Address: 415 Yellowstone, Pocatello, Idaho
Phone: (208) 233-4400
Cuisine: Sushi, Chinese, Japanese
Website: sushifamily.net

Utah Sushi Roll Expert Review:
Our expert reviews take into account four factors: food quality, cleanliness of location, service and price. Ratings are on a 1 to 5 scale with 5 being outstanding. Our rating for this Restaurant is as follows:

Overall Rating: 3.25
On a trip back from a family vacation we stopped in Pocatello and I wanted to try the all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant called Sushi Family on Yellowstone. Last time through Poky I noticed that they had two sushi restaurants, Sumisu Sushi and Asian Fusion and Sushi Family.  Sumisu is a typical sushi restaurant and Sushi Family is all-you-can-eat.  The owners and staff were very friendly and accommodating.

Quality: 3.5
I was very pleased with the overall quality of Sushi Family’s food, the sushi tasted fresh.  The crunchy things crunched and the tender bits melted in my mouth.  I ordered off the C menu and I expected the rolls to be higher quality and they were.  The Yellowstone and Phoenix quickly became two of my favorites here.

Cleanliness: 3
The restaurant seemed very clean, I didn’t see anything to cause me to worry.  It’s an older building that used to be used for something else and the decorations seem a bit eclectic, but all in all it was a clean restaurant.

Service: 3.5
The service was good.  I was seated quickly with a friendly welcome.  The first rolls took a little bit to get but I was encouraged to order more even when I was full.  The service was good.

Price: 3
The price is typical for a sushi restaurant for an all-you-can-eat restaurant, slightly lower than a typical Salt Lake restaurant.

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Simply Sushi is Simply Amazing

 

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Simply Sushi is simply amazing. Almost every time I think about going out for sushi I’ll look at sushi restaurants around me, check out their website and read their menu. Then I look at the prices and it’s hard for me not to think of Simply Sushi’s slogan, which is true. For the same price as one or two rolls at most other places you can get all you can eat sushi. Their sushi lunch is $14.95 and dinner is $21.95.

I recently went there again for lunch and as always was completely satisfied. I tried a few new items and fell in love with the Rangoon Roll. Is it the best sushi in the state, probably not. Is it the best all you can eat for the price sushi in the state, I’d say yes. The quality is always high, the service is lightning fast especially if you sit at the sushi bar and the chefs are fairly friendly which is important to me. I will always consider how I was treated the last time I ate at a restaurant before going back, so that is important.

So whether you are starving and want an all you can eat sushi restaurant for a quick lunch break or ready for some really good sushi for a nice dinner out on the town check out Simply Sushi.

 

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Sushi Yah Cottonwood Heights

 

Address: 2440 Fort Union Blvd Salt Lake City, UT 84121
Phone: (801) 944-3933
Website: sushiyahsaltlakecity.com
Cuisine: Sushi, Japanese

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Takashi

 
Address: 18 West Market St. Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Website: http://www.takashisushi.com/
Phone: (801) 519-9595
Cuisine: Sushi, Japanese, Fusion / Eclectic
Executive Chef: Takashi Gibo
Utah Sushi Roll Expert Review:
Our expert reviews take into account four factors: food quality, cleanliness of location, service and price. Ratings are on a 1 to 5 scale with 5 being outstanding. Our rating for this Restaurant is as follows:

Overall Rating: 4.1
Takashi’s is definitely a must try restaurant.  We wanted to go somewhere special for our anniversary and we chose Takashi because it has consistently been rated at the top for sushi in the Salt Lake valley.  The parking is a bit of an adventure, recommend using one of the public parking lots around there, but parking is not great.  The restaurant has a lot of mystique and personality.  It’s near the Market Street in an older part of town but is still nice.  The inside is decorated very modern with some great touches from the giant fish and chalk specials  board.  The food was good, mush better than a low-end sushi restaurant.  The food did have some nice touches, but I wouldn’t say they are head and shoulders better than Sushi Monster or Mikado.  Definitely one of the best though.Food

Quality: 4.25
The rolls we had were all very tasty, I tried the Strawberry Fields roll though and the chillies had a kick that kept on kicking.  Everything tasted very fresh and I’d highly recommend anything on the menu.
Cleanliness: 4

The restaurant is in an older part of town but there was nothing that jumped out at me that would make me worry about the cleanliness of the restaurant.

Service: 4
The service was good, our waitress was friendly and quick and readily dished on some recommendations and a little history about Takashi and the restaurant.

Price: 4
The price was good, what I’d expect from an upscale sushi restaurant.  I didn’t see any two for ones or half off here.  You get quality food for a fair price.  So if you want somewhere nice to take that special someone on a special occasion I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Takashi’s.

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