Oishi Sushi Bar & Steakhouse

★★★★☆
New Oishi Location in Chesterfield!!!
  • 100 Chesterfield Valley Drive

    Chesterfield, MO 63005

    Map & Directions
  • 636-530-1198

About Oishi Sushi Bar & Steakhouse

Hours
Lunch Mon-Fri 11am-2pm Dinner Sun-Thurs 5pm-9pm Dinner Fri-Sat 5pm-10pm
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My luncheon today at Oishi's with my nine year old grandson and his friend was fun. I learned the manager and the chef are from Thailand. I telephoned in the morning and made a reservation for three on their voice recorder. Later

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★★★★★

My luncheon today at Oishi's with my nine year old grandson and his friend was fun. I learned the manager and the chef are from Thailand. I telephoned in the morning and made a reservation for three on their voice recorder. Later

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We as a couple sat with four kids and their parents. the chef was more concerned with entertaining the kids than preparing our meal. Everything is prepared one thing at a time, so you do not get to eat your vegetables and grilled mushrooms

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★★★★★

We as a couple sat with four kids and their parents. the chef was more concerned with entertaining the kids than preparing our meal. Everything is prepared one thing at a time, so you do not get to eat your vegetables and grilled mushrooms

Pros: different and could be fun

Cons: too many kids, burned and dried food

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The cooks always turn the heat up high and cook eveything too fast. This has happened 4 out of 6 visits. There are two good Chefs there. The others could use some training. Customer service was something I'd expect at a lower cost eatery.

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★★☆☆☆

The cooks always turn the heat up high and cook eveything too fast. This has happened 4 out of 6 visits. There are two good Chefs there. The others could use some training. Customer service was something I'd expect at a lower cost eatery.

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7 of us spent $200 plus tip on dinner on the Hibachi grill side. 3 of those 7 were kids. The sushi isn't the best we've had. Nippon Tei is. The grill was fun and entertaining. The kids had fun and the chef was awesome. The food from the grill was pretty good, not the best. Seemed to be a little chincy with portions. I doubt we'll go back. We'll try something different next time.

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★★★☆☆

7 of us spent $200 plus tip on dinner on the Hibachi grill side. 3 of those 7 were kids. The sushi isn't the best we've had. Nippon Tei is. The grill was fun and entertaining. The kids had fun and the chef was awesome. The food from the grill was pretty good, not the best. Seemed to be a little chincy with portions. I doubt we'll go back. We'll try something different next time.

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Like its name implies, this restaurant is "very delicious". Both my husband (German-Missourian) and I (Japanese yonsei) enjoy their sushi and their service. Their prices are comparable to a meal at Red Lobster, Olive Garden, etc. We haven't tried the steakhouse side, but heard it's just as wonderful. If you want a meal that leaves your hunger satisfied without the heaviness, give Oishii a try.

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★★★★★

Like its name implies, this restaurant is "very delicious". Both my husband (German-Missourian) and I (Japanese yonsei) enjoy their sushi and their service. Their prices are comparable to a meal at Red Lobster, Olive Garden, etc. We haven't tried the steakhouse side, but heard it's just as wonderful. If you want a meal that leaves your hunger satisfied without the heaviness, give Oishii a try.

Pros: Service, food, Environment

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When it had first opened, a friend and I decided to have lunch there to try it out.....We both ordered meals at the hibachi table and a couple rolls of sushi. The sushi was pretty good, but on the other hand the food was TERRIBLE. Probally the worst hibachi I've ever had. Plus, you have to pay extra for fried rice, just like Kobe. Our bill came to about 60 dollars....For lunch!?? I recommend Shogun in St. Charles alllll way. Take it from a real Japanese.

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★☆☆☆☆

When it had first opened, a friend and I decided to have lunch there to try it out.....We both ordered meals at the hibachi table and a couple rolls of sushi. The sushi was pretty good, but on the other hand the food was TERRIBLE. Probally the worst hibachi I've ever had. Plus, you have to pay extra for fried rice, just like Kobe. Our bill came to about 60 dollars....For lunch!?? I recommend Shogun in St. Charles alllll way. Take it from a real Japanese.

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Great place! I am the State Senator here, so you can look me up and verify that this is no phony review. Anyway, if you cannot trust a politician...
My wife and I were difficult. We sat on the sushi side and asked to switch to the steakhouse side. Then we asked to use a coupon that was recently expired. No problem. They were gracious and polite every step of the way without being obnoxious. Refreshing. My favorite spot is Tom Sehnert's place, but my wife loves sushi. They make a great California roll and the Toro was excellent! You cannot go wrong with the exotic flavors and generous portions at the steakhouse.

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★★★★★

Great place! I am the State Senator here, so you can look me up and verify that this is no phony review. Anyway, if you cannot trust a politician...
My wife and I were difficult. We sat on the sushi side and asked to switch to the steakhouse side. Then we asked to use a coupon that was recently expired. No problem. They were gracious and polite every step of the way without being obnoxious. Refreshing. My favorite spot is Tom Sehnert's place, but my wife loves sushi. They make a great California roll and the Toro was excellent! You cannot go wrong with the exotic flavors and generous portions at the steakhouse.

Pros: Great food.

Cons: Newer place, has not yet grown to the level of that intangible packed house "fun place" atmosphere.

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I've been to Oishi at this location several times. Their teppan experience is fantastic. The staff is friendly and they put on a great show. I recently went their for the sushi and I was disappointed. It was OK, but it wasn't great. So from now on, I'm sticking to the teppan dinner.

2
★★★★★

I've been to Oishi at this location several times. Their teppan experience is fantastic. The staff is friendly and they put on a great show. I recently went their for the sushi and I was disappointed. It was OK, but it wasn't great. So from now on, I'm sticking to the teppan dinner.

Pros: Staff is great

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If you are looking for a dinner experience that's both fun and filling, I would recommended Oishi. Oishi is two restaurants in one. One side is a fabulous, entertaining hibachi style steakhouse and the other side is a modern sushi bar serving some of the best sushi in town. Must have items include: Emperor and Empress (hibachi dinner for two consisting of : filet mignon, lobster, and choice of shrimp or scallops), steak teriyaki , everything tempura (and there's a lot of choices), the hosue special pad thai and the lobster roll ($21, but you get 2 rolls AND a lobster salad). On the weekends, Oishi offers bluefin tuna sushi that is out of this world. Oishi also serves great specialty drinks, like the pom-martini, the zen, the green tea colada, and the sake bomb set. The prices are reasonable, and the staff is friendly. My favorite part of Oishi, is that no matter where I sit, hibachi, sushi, or bar, I can enjoy interacting with the chefs and bartender as they prepare masterpieces of meals. But be careful, Oishi is addicting!!

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★★★★★

If you are looking for a dinner experience that's both fun and filling, I would recommended Oishi. Oishi is two restaurants in one. One side is a fabulous, entertaining hibachi style steakhouse and the other side is a modern sushi bar serving some of the best sushi in town. Must have items include: Emperor and Empress (hibachi dinner for two consisting of : filet mignon, lobster, and choice of shrimp or scallops), steak teriyaki , everything tempura (and there's a lot of choices), the hosue special pad thai and the lobster roll ($21, but you get 2 rolls AND a lobster salad). On the weekends, Oishi offers bluefin tuna sushi that is out of this world. Oishi also serves great specialty drinks, like the pom-martini, the zen, the green tea colada, and the sake bomb set. The prices are reasonable, and the staff is friendly. My favorite part of Oishi, is that no matter where I sit, hibachi, sushi, or bar, I can enjoy interacting with the chefs and bartender as they prepare masterpieces of meals. But be careful, Oishi is addicting!!

Pros: Reasonable price

Cons: Reservation need on weekend

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If you are looking for a dinner experience that's both fun and filling, I would recommended Oishi. Oishi is two restaurants in one. One side is a fabulous, entertaining hibachi style steakhouse and the other side is a modern sushi bar serving some of the best sushi in town. Must have items include: Emperor and Empress (hibachi dinner for two consisting of : filet mignon, lobster, and choice of shrimp or scallops), steak teriyaki , everything tempura (and there's a lot of choices), the hosue special pad thai and the lobster roll ($21, but you get 2 rolls AND a lobster salad). On the weekends, Oishi offers bluefin tuna sushi that is out of this world. Oishi also serves great specialty drinks, like the pom-martini, the zen, the green tea colada, and the sake bomb set. The prices are reasonable, and the staff is friendly. My favorite part of Oishi, is that no matter where I sit, hibachi, sushi, or bar, I can enjoy interacting with the chefs and bartender as they prepare masterpieces of meals. But be careful, Oishi is addicting!!

2
★★★★★

If you are looking for a dinner experience that's both fun and filling, I would recommended Oishi. Oishi is two restaurants in one. One side is a fabulous, entertaining hibachi style steakhouse and the other side is a modern sushi bar serving some of the best sushi in town. Must have items include: Emperor and Empress (hibachi dinner for two consisting of : filet mignon, lobster, and choice of shrimp or scallops), steak teriyaki , everything tempura (and there's a lot of choices), the hosue special pad thai and the lobster roll ($21, but you get 2 rolls AND a lobster salad). On the weekends, Oishi offers bluefin tuna sushi that is out of this world. Oishi also serves great specialty drinks, like the pom-martini, the zen, the green tea colada, and the sake bomb set. The prices are reasonable, and the staff is friendly. My favorite part of Oishi, is that no matter where I sit, hibachi, sushi, or bar, I can enjoy interacting with the chefs and bartender as they prepare masterpieces of meals. But be careful, Oishi is addicting!!

Pros: Absolutely delicious food, great service, TVs to catch the games at the bar and sushi side, great prices, good for every occasion

Cons: NONE

 

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