Simon's Sushi

★★★★☆
  • 810 N Central Expy Ste 110

    Plano, TX 75074

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  • 972-881-0818

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Sushi was alright, service is minimal, rolls aren't creative, but still good enough for a quick to go order.

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★★★☆☆

Sushi was alright, service is minimal, rolls aren't creative, but still good enough for a quick to go order.

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I was compelled to review this restaurant after reading some wild blasphemy elsewhere (see a few reviews below...). I visited Simon's last week and am compelled to say that "a few unique rolls" is a terrible understatement. The menu that I viewed had at least twenty of Simon's own creations described on a single page, which even listed a selection for those who wanted Simon to concoct a roll according to the patron's tastes. For those less daring, there is also a more traditional menu.

To say that there was nothing special about the food only shows the ignorance of the reviewer. Also, I feel as if it goes without saying that the bill would be $74 *without alcohol* as Simon's is BYOB - very convenient for those who despise the absurdly overpriced drinks served at other classy restaurants. And one more thing... $74's worth of sushi is more than enough for myself and a friend at Simon's.

I've visited many other Japanese restaurants in the past. This is one I will be frequenting from now on.

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★★★★★

I was compelled to review this restaurant after reading some wild blasphemy elsewhere (see a few reviews below...). I visited Simon's last week and am compelled to say that "a few unique rolls" is a terrible understatement. The menu that I viewed had at least twenty of Simon's own creations described on a single page, which even listed a selection for those who wanted Simon to concoct a roll according to the patron's tastes. For those less daring, there is also a more traditional menu.

To say that there was nothing special about the food only shows the ignorance of the reviewer. Also, I feel as if it goes without saying that the bill would be $74 *without alcohol* as Simon's is BYOB - very convenient for those who despise the absurdly overpriced drinks served at other classy restaurants. And one more thing... $74's worth of sushi is more than enough for myself and a friend at Simon's.

I've visited many other Japanese restaurants in the past. This is one I will be frequenting from now on.

Pros: friendly environment, fresh food, abundance of choices

Cons: addictive

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Fresh, fresh sushi! This is a great place to eat! The rolls are neatly put together and very good (specifically the BTS Roll - it's a restaurant favorite). Very creative dishes and great atmosphere, I love this place!

5
★★★★★

Fresh, fresh sushi! This is a great place to eat! The rolls are neatly put together and very good (specifically the BTS Roll - it's a restaurant favorite). Very creative dishes and great atmosphere, I love this place!

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Simon's has some of the best sushi in the DFW area. He prepares much of it himself and the unique combinations make it a regular stop for me almost weekly. I have recommended it to many people and have yet to have a negative review, including those who have never tried sushi. The atmosphere is simple but you can BYOB and that makes it well worth it.

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★★★★★

Simon's has some of the best sushi in the DFW area. He prepares much of it himself and the unique combinations make it a regular stop for me almost weekly. I have recommended it to many people and have yet to have a negative review, including those who have never tried sushi. The atmosphere is simple but you can BYOB and that makes it well worth it.

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The service at this BYOB restaurant was great. The sushi was good quality for the price. Smaller place, busy in the weekend but we got in quickly. Highly recommended. Will definitely go back.

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★★★★☆

The service at this BYOB restaurant was great. The sushi was good quality for the price. Smaller place, busy in the weekend but we got in quickly. Highly recommended. Will definitely go back.

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The service at this BYOB restaurant was great. The sushi was good quality for the price. Smaller place, busy in the weekend but we got in quickly. Highly recommended. Will definitely go back

2
★★★★☆

The service at this BYOB restaurant was great. The sushi was good quality for the price. Smaller place, busy in the weekend but we got in quickly. Highly recommended. Will definitely go back

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CON: went on a monday night, it's in the shopping corner next to hooters-restaurant and
it's right next to a sara's secret
we were the only 2 people in the restaurant, so so deco
huge LCD TV on the wall was off which made the room a bit cold/dead (there were music but still too quiet)
special menu doesn't have price.

PRO: seems like a family business, friendly and quick service
tried the BTS roll since read the reviews about it...it was pleasantly good

over all it's much too americanized for my taste...nothing special about the food
and we barely ordered anything and the bill was about $74 w/out alcohol
the place is BYOB...usually most Chinese owned places are like that

if you're a true sushi/sashimi/japanese food fan I'd just try it one time...then mark it off the list b/c there are just too many other wonderful place in Dallas to go that offers a better menu/drinks selection

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★★★☆☆

CON: went on a monday night, it's in the shopping corner next to hooters-restaurant and
it's right next to a sara's secret
we were the only 2 people in the restaurant, so so deco
huge LCD TV on the wall was off which made the room a bit cold/dead (there were music but still too quiet)
special menu doesn't have price.

PRO: seems like a family business, friendly and quick service
tried the BTS roll since read the reviews about it...it was pleasantly good

over all it's much too americanized for my taste...nothing special about the food
and we barely ordered anything and the bill was about $74 w/out alcohol
the place is BYOB...usually most Chinese owned places are like that

if you're a true sushi/sashimi/japanese food fan I'd just try it one time...then mark it off the list b/c there are just too many other wonderful place in Dallas to go that offers a better menu/drinks selection

Pros: clean, nice/fast service, a few unique rolls

Cons: too quiet, tv was off, special menu w/out price, no alcoholic drinks (byob)

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Excellent sushi!

Very fresh, rolled perfectly.

Great atmosphere too, Simon and the other chefs greet you & say good bye, making you feel like a regular even if it's your first time.

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★★★★★

Excellent sushi!

Very fresh, rolled perfectly.

Great atmosphere too, Simon and the other chefs greet you & say good bye, making you feel like a regular even if it's your first time.

Pros: Very fresh!

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My husband and I ate here recently. We had the miso soup and shrimp tempura as an appetizer. It was an excellent way to start our meal. The miso soup was heavenly, not too salty, just clean and tasty.We split tuna rolls, tempura rolls, California rolls, and cucumber rolls. The tempura rolls were incredible-the crunchy bread shrimp contrasted perfectly with the cold, crisp pieces of cucumber...just incredible.The other rolls we selected were outstanding, fresh, and the prices were quite fair.The service was quite good...the head Sushi chef/owner, Simon, was very friendly, and greeted every customer personally, as they entered and left. It is a small dining room, and on the Monday evening we were there, nearly every table, and the bar, were occupied. It has the feel of a place where its not too hard to become a regular. Other guests were chatting with Simon and an older woman, who I believe is Simon's wife. We will definitely be back to sample more delicacies from their menu! Highly recommended!

5
★★★★★

My husband and I ate here recently. We had the miso soup and shrimp tempura as an appetizer. It was an excellent way to start our meal. The miso soup was heavenly, not too salty, just clean and tasty.We split tuna rolls, tempura rolls, California rolls, and cucumber rolls. The tempura rolls were incredible-the crunchy bread shrimp contrasted perfectly with the cold, crisp pieces of cucumber...just incredible.The other rolls we selected were outstanding, fresh, and the prices were quite fair.The service was quite good...the head Sushi chef/owner, Simon, was very friendly, and greeted every customer personally, as they entered and left. It is a small dining room, and on the Monday evening we were there, nearly every table, and the bar, were occupied. It has the feel of a place where its not too hard to become a regular. Other guests were chatting with Simon and an older woman, who I believe is Simon's wife. We will definitely be back to sample more delicacies from their menu! Highly recommended!

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Simon's is absolutely wonderful! Simon's is a family-owned and family-run sushi bar right on Central. We first found it a couple of weeks after it opened, and have been faithful customers ever since. He has a number of specialty sushi creations: I recommend the "BTS." I can't tell you here what that stands for, but I can tell you it is delicious.

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★★★★★

Simon's is absolutely wonderful! Simon's is a family-owned and family-run sushi bar right on Central. We first found it a couple of weeks after it opened, and have been faithful customers ever since. He has a number of specialty sushi creations: I recommend the "BTS." I can't tell you here what that stands for, but I can tell you it is delicious.

Pros: Specialty creations

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Low-key Plano sushi spot serves classic rolls, sushi and sashimi, plus daily specialty rolls like the BTS ("Better Than Sex").

 

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