Kimono Japanese Seafood

★★★★☆
  • 221 Greasy Ridge Rd

    Princeton, WV 24740

    Map & Directions
  • 304-487-8008

About Kimono Japanese Seafood

Hours
Sun 12am-9pm, Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm, Mon-Thu 4:30pm-9:30pm, Fri 4:30pm-10:30pm, Sat 12am-10:30am

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So my husband and I have been here twice now and it truly is such a joy to eat here. Both times we have eaten at the hibachi grill and the salmon and filet mignon were to die for! It was extremely fresh along with the vegetables and the

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So my husband and I have been here twice now and it truly is such a joy to eat here. Both times we have eaten at the hibachi grill and the salmon and filet mignon were to die for! It was extremely fresh along with the vegetables and the

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You don't expect to find a good Japanese steakhouse/sushi place in a town like Princeton, WV, but this one is about as good as it will get. The employees are fun, outgoing and jovial and always put on a good show, while being able to watch the sushi chef do his job is always a treat if you're not at the hibachi. The sushi is surprisingly good for the area (be sure to try the Mountaineer Roll--excellent!) and the bar is also well-stocked. Great for a family meal or a date.

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You don't expect to find a good Japanese steakhouse/sushi place in a town like Princeton, WV, but this one is about as good as it will get. The employees are fun, outgoing and jovial and always put on a good show, while being able to watch the sushi chef do his job is always a treat if you're not at the hibachi. The sushi is surprisingly good for the area (be sure to try the Mountaineer Roll--excellent!) and the bar is also well-stocked. Great for a family meal or a date.

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This restaurant is my absolutely favorite place to eat in the Bluefield-Princeton area. They have some of THE best sushi I've had in the USA- amazingly ! (I'm from NYC & have had the "real McCoy" in Japan, so I don't say this lightly!). The staff is charming, and the sushi chef is great. It is a JOY to have this place in Princeton! They have ''hibachi"' tables w/the fancy, fire-wielding chefs, and they're always fun and full of happy people having parties- the stir fry is fresh, with fresh, crisp veggies, & really good- and inexpensive. But I Always have sushi! No, the sushi isn't cheap, but it's worth every dime!!!!

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This restaurant is my absolutely favorite place to eat in the Bluefield-Princeton area. They have some of THE best sushi I've had in the USA- amazingly ! (I'm from NYC & have had the "real McCoy" in Japan, so I don't say this lightly!). The staff is charming, and the sushi chef is great. It is a JOY to have this place in Princeton! They have ''hibachi"' tables w/the fancy, fire-wielding chefs, and they're always fun and full of happy people having parties- the stir fry is fresh, with fresh, crisp veggies, & really good- and inexpensive. But I Always have sushi! No, the sushi isn't cheap, but it's worth every dime!!!!

Pros: Great sushi, fun "Hibachi" tables with fire-wielding chefs & good stir-fry, nice staff

Cons: Love it all1

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This restaurant was the single worst sushi experience I have ever had in my life. I was traveling through West Virginia on my way home to NC. I ordered the spicy tuna roll, and a house roll. They tasted awful and the tuna was tough and greyish in color. When I tried to add some soy sauce to cover the flavor, I realized the soy sauce was spoiled, probably from lack of washing the bottles. It tasted like someone had added pure salt to the bottles. The tempura I ordered was even worse, with large hunks of vegetable that weren't cooked, and when I bit into one the batter was still RAW!!! I threw up all the way home to NC while driving, and had stomach cramps for three days afterwards. Not only was the food bad, but the service was inattentive, sloppy, and just plain nasty. I SAW one of the waitresses wipe her nose with her hand. She wasn't my waitress, but it was still disgusting. After I was done not-eating, (because I couldn't choke down most of my dinner despite the fact I hadn't eaten since 10 AM that morning and it was now 6pm.) it took me nearly twenty minutes to get my check. I called the restaurant the next day to ask for a refund. I was assured of a refund by a man on the phone, who took my name, number, address, and the amount. Two weeks later, I hadn't heard from them, so I called the restaurant again. This time, the manager (a very heavily accented Asian man), claimed that he had no idea whom I spoke to (and yes, I checked the number in my phone records), and that there would be no refund unless I got a doctor's note confirming I was really sick. I asked him how he expected me to get a doctor to agree I had really been sick without being able to examine me during the time of distress? He reiterated that was company policy. I asked him to send me a copy of this policy in writing, and he refused. I asked to speak to the owner, and he refused again. Needless to say, I wouldn't suggest you eat here unless you enjoy throwing up.

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★☆☆☆☆

This restaurant was the single worst sushi experience I have ever had in my life. I was traveling through West Virginia on my way home to NC. I ordered the spicy tuna roll, and a house roll. They tasted awful and the tuna was tough and greyish in color. When I tried to add some soy sauce to cover the flavor, I realized the soy sauce was spoiled, probably from lack of washing the bottles. It tasted like someone had added pure salt to the bottles. The tempura I ordered was even worse, with large hunks of vegetable that weren't cooked, and when I bit into one the batter was still RAW!!! I threw up all the way home to NC while driving, and had stomach cramps for three days afterwards. Not only was the food bad, but the service was inattentive, sloppy, and just plain nasty. I SAW one of the waitresses wipe her nose with her hand. She wasn't my waitress, but it was still disgusting. After I was done not-eating, (because I couldn't choke down most of my dinner despite the fact I hadn't eaten since 10 AM that morning and it was now 6pm.) it took me nearly twenty minutes to get my check. I called the restaurant the next day to ask for a refund. I was assured of a refund by a man on the phone, who took my name, number, address, and the amount. Two weeks later, I hadn't heard from them, so I called the restaurant again. This time, the manager (a very heavily accented Asian man), claimed that he had no idea whom I spoke to (and yes, I checked the number in my phone records), and that there would be no refund unless I got a doctor's note confirming I was really sick. I asked him how he expected me to get a doctor to agree I had really been sick without being able to examine me during the time of distress? He reiterated that was company policy. I asked him to send me a copy of this policy in writing, and he refused. I asked to speak to the owner, and he refused again. Needless to say, I wouldn't suggest you eat here unless you enjoy throwing up.

Pros: None.

Cons: Bad food, spoiled soy sauce, poor service, bad hygiene.

 

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