Sushi King Llc

★★★☆☆

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Hours
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 9:30pm
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Original review here; www.nowthatscookin dot com/reviews/sushihouse/

Type of dining experience: Casual / Sushi Bar

Overall rating: 6.9 out of 10 (10 being best)

This is going to prove to be an interesting review, as this is going to encompass two different aspects of my interactions with this dining establishment. One of which was ok, the other of which was not so ok. So I am going to first start out with my actual visit there, and then discuss my big negative to the establishment.

When I came into the establishment I was immediately greeted by the staff, in a very cheerful fashion. It was like there was a celebration that I came through the doors, which caught me off guard, but felt great. And while I was eating, this occurred several times. So my scoring of the wait staff attentiveness is very high.

As I was ordering I was offered a complimentary bowl of Miso soup, which I accepted. The broth was good, and the tofu was cooked well. My only complaint of this particular appetizer was the lack of green onion. It was a bit shy in that area. Other than that, it was good.

Wanting to sample a small variety of their items, I opted for the three combo bento special. This was a lunch portion which ran me right at $12 which was reasonable. I picked the Salmon Teriyaki, 4 pieces of sushi (which added $1) and 5 pieces sashimi (which added $1).

When the food arrived, the overall plating and presentation was good. On the plate were some tempura vegetables, a house salad with house dressing, the sushi consisted of salmon and tuna, and the sashimi also consisted of salmon and tuna. I had really hoped to try a larger array of fish, so it would have been nice to have had something different for the sushi perhaps. There was also a piece of teriyaki salmon. And I also opted for the fried rice instead of steamed rice.

The taste of the fish in regards to the sushi and sashimi was good, you can tell they do use fresh fish there which is important in any sushi establishment. I can give you more than one horror story of places I have gone into where the sushi would have been barely fit to bait a hook with. This was not the case here.

In regards to the teriyaki salmon, unfortunately this one fell on a bit of a flat note. The fish was seasoned well, but was actually dry on the inside. This is not one that I would order again.

The fried rice was a vegetable fried rice, and it was very good. It was moist, but not too moist to make it clump together. The grains of rice were cooked well, and overall it was seasoned very nicely.

The salad consisted of only one type of lettuce, and that was iceberg. And unfortunately there were several pieces that had brown on them, which meant they had sat out a bit too long and started to oxidize in the air. Picking through my salad I would say about 15 percent of it was in this shape. Which was sad, because the house dressing was quite nice.

The tempura battered vegetables were cooked well, and the batter was not too thick on these bits and bites. So this made a very nice accompaniment to the dish over all.

At the end of the course, I was presented with a complimentary plate of fruit. The pineapple was cut into bits, in a shape that resembled a boat. And the orange was peeled partially, with the peel set in a decorative fashion. Presentation was very nice on this.

In regards to the interior of the building, it is decorated much the same as other establishments of this type. The seating area is small but clean, as well as open and inviting. The men?s rest room on the other hand was a bit different. Full trash receptacle, with trash on floor from being that full. And unfortunately when I touched the inside of the rest room door, it was sticky to the touch. My guess is grease build up that has not been cleaned recently, but definitely put me off a bit.

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★★☆☆☆

Original review here; www.nowthatscookin dot com/reviews/sushihouse/

Type of dining experience: Casual / Sushi Bar

Overall rating: 6.9 out of 10 (10 being best)

This is going to prove to be an interesting review, as this is going to encompass two different aspects of my interactions with this dining establishment. One of which was ok, the other of which was not so ok. So I am going to first start out with my actual visit there, and then discuss my big negative to the establishment.

When I came into the establishment I was immediately greeted by the staff, in a very cheerful fashion. It was like there was a celebration that I came through the doors, which caught me off guard, but felt great. And while I was eating, this occurred several times. So my scoring of the wait staff attentiveness is very high.

As I was ordering I was offered a complimentary bowl of Miso soup, which I accepted. The broth was good, and the tofu was cooked well. My only complaint of this particular appetizer was the lack of green onion. It was a bit shy in that area. Other than that, it was good.

Wanting to sample a small variety of their items, I opted for the three combo bento special. This was a lunch portion which ran me right at $12 which was reasonable. I picked the Salmon Teriyaki, 4 pieces of sushi (which added $1) and 5 pieces sashimi (which added $1).

When the food arrived, the overall plating and presentation was good. On the plate were some tempura vegetables, a house salad with house dressing, the sushi consisted of salmon and tuna, and the sashimi also consisted of salmon and tuna. I had really hoped to try a larger array of fish, so it would have been nice to have had something different for the sushi perhaps. There was also a piece of teriyaki salmon. And I also opted for the fried rice instead of steamed rice.

The taste of the fish in regards to the sushi and sashimi was good, you can tell they do use fresh fish there which is important in any sushi establishment. I can give you more than one horror story of places I have gone into where the sushi would have been barely fit to bait a hook with. This was not the case here.

In regards to the teriyaki salmon, unfortunately this one fell on a bit of a flat note. The fish was seasoned well, but was actually dry on the inside. This is not one that I would order again.

The fried rice was a vegetable fried rice, and it was very good. It was moist, but not too moist to make it clump together. The grains of rice were cooked well, and overall it was seasoned very nicely.

The salad consisted of only one type of lettuce, and that was iceberg. And unfortunately there were several pieces that had brown on them, which meant they had sat out a bit too long and started to oxidize in the air. Picking through my salad I would say about 15 percent of it was in this shape. Which was sad, because the house dressing was quite nice.

The tempura battered vegetables were cooked well, and the batter was not too thick on these bits and bites. So this made a very nice accompaniment to the dish over all.

At the end of the course, I was presented with a complimentary plate of fruit. The pineapple was cut into bits, in a shape that resembled a boat. And the orange was peeled partially, with the peel set in a decorative fashion. Presentation was very nice on this.

In regards to the interior of the building, it is decorated much the same as other establishments of this type. The seating area is small but clean, as well as open and inviting. The men?s rest room on the other hand was a bit different. Full trash receptacle, with trash on floor from being that full. And unfortunately when I touched the inside of the rest room door, it was sticky to the touch. My guess is grease build up that has not been cleaned recently, but definitely put me off a bit.

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The King in Bentonville/Rogers area!! Fresh daily, prepared in a friendly way! John and staff are still the best!! (but, hey, what do I know)

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★★★★☆

The King in Bentonville/Rogers area!! Fresh daily, prepared in a friendly way! John and staff are still the best!! (but, hey, what do I know)

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This place is located in the same building as a gas station, but don't let it deceive you. The sushi is yummy, safe, and cheap. They have a wide variety. Try their spider rolls. It's usually never busy, which means you can get your food quickly.

3
★★★☆☆

This place is located in the same building as a gas station, but don't let it deceive you. The sushi is yummy, safe, and cheap. They have a wide variety. Try their spider rolls. It's usually never busy, which means you can get your food quickly.

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