Sushi Han

★★★★★
Regulars flock to this upscale casual Japanese restaurant in downtown's Writer Square for Chef Tom Han's sushi creations.

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Mon-Sat 11am-2pm Mon-Sat 5pm-10pm

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It was Asian. Yea....lackluster yeah. Bathrooms were in disarray. Food was ok, but not very common place, nor very inventive. Not alot of wiggle room for people with dietary concerns. Sushi was ok, not spectacular. Overall, not worth the

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★★★★★

It was Asian. Yea....lackluster yeah. Bathrooms were in disarray. Food was ok, but not very common place, nor very inventive. Not alot of wiggle room for people with dietary concerns. Sushi was ok, not spectacular. Overall, not worth the

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My husband and I dropped in for lunch. We are long term fans of the other popular Sushi place in town and we dont settle for "okay" Sushi. Each bite of this Sushi was delicious and great. We even spent time talking to the owner who was

3
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My husband and I dropped in for lunch. We are long term fans of the other popular Sushi place in town and we dont settle for "okay" Sushi. Each bite of this Sushi was delicious and great. We even spent time talking to the owner who was

Pros: Pro: Great Sushi

Cons: Con: None

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We stopped in on a whim... the place wasn't very busy, now i know why. There was no one at the host table to seat us, a young woman came out of the back but did not help us, finally we got a spot at the end of the sushi bar. A couple

3
★★★★★

We stopped in on a whim... the place wasn't very busy, now i know why. There was no one at the host table to seat us, a young woman came out of the back but did not help us, finally we got a spot at the end of the sushi bar. A couple

Pros: some of the sushi was edible

Cons: slow, inattentive, you only get good treatment if you know the owner/chef, drinks are overpriced

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So being as I live only a block away from Sushi Han, I felt an obligation to give it a try after having a disappointing experience at Sonoda's at 16th and Market last time. I had read some of the other reviews here and saw things ranging

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★★★★★

So being as I live only a block away from Sushi Han, I felt an obligation to give it a try after having a disappointing experience at Sonoda's at 16th and Market last time. I had read some of the other reviews here and saw things ranging

Pros: Close to downtown

Cons: Too much spice

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i love sushi and this places makes whole foods sushi seem like a sushi lovers dream. overpriced and terrible fish. If you like this place you have never eaten good sushi. dont go save yourself the heartache..All i have to say is they serve

3
★★★★★

i love sushi and this places makes whole foods sushi seem like a sushi lovers dream. overpriced and terrible fish. If you like this place you have never eaten good sushi. dont go save yourself the heartache..All i have to say is they serve

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Tam and his coworkers are amazing at what they do!!! If you want a family owned restaurant to enjoy, you should definately check it out - You can always go somewhere else that is over advertised and underated thats up to you. Coodo's to

3
★★★★★

Tam and his coworkers are amazing at what they do!!! If you want a family owned restaurant to enjoy, you should definately check it out - You can always go somewhere else that is over advertised and underated thats up to you. Coodo's to

Pros: Family Owned Establishment

Cons: Parking

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There are many other sushi places to check out. The atmosphere was cheap, the service terribly slow, unattentive and uninterested in getting a tip. The sushi was nothing to brag about, and pricing did not fit the lackluster quality.

3
★★★★★

There are many other sushi places to check out. The atmosphere was cheap, the service terribly slow, unattentive and uninterested in getting a tip. The sushi was nothing to brag about, and pricing did not fit the lackluster quality.

Pros: downtown location

Cons: just not worth it.

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I went with a couple of friend for a pre-comedy show dinner. \r
The selection was ok. None of the rolls were anything out the ordinary.\r
The spicy tuna roll was more like the citrus tuna roll. No spice.\r
Eel was just ok. (which was too

3
★★★★★

I went with a couple of friend for a pre-comedy show dinner. \r
The selection was ok. None of the rolls were anything out the ordinary.\r
The spicy tuna roll was more like the citrus tuna roll. No spice.\r
Eel was just ok. (which was too

Pros: cute location, friendly server

Cons: bad spicy tuna, limited variety

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Small, but pretty nice inside with very affordable prices. Service was a little bit slow but worth the wait for the California rolls!

3
★★★★★

Small, but pretty nice inside with very affordable prices. Service was a little bit slow but worth the wait for the California rolls!

Pros: Not crowded

Cons: slow service

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My girlfriend and I went to Sushi Han for her birthday. We were a little apprehensive about going given some of the negative reviews on this site. Fortunately, we had a wonderful experience. We found the service to be excellent and the

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★★★★★

My girlfriend and I went to Sushi Han for her birthday. We were a little apprehensive about going given some of the negative reviews on this site. Fortunately, we had a wonderful experience. We found the service to be excellent and the

Pros: Downtown, great atmosphere, reasonably priced

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I give Sushi Han ONE star only because there was no half star option. Sushi Han was the absolute worst sushi experience I've ever had. The place is cool; beautiful ambiance, nice colors, easy on the eyes, however, that's the only "good"

3
★★★★★

I give Sushi Han ONE star only because there was no half star option. Sushi Han was the absolute worst sushi experience I've ever had. The place is cool; beautiful ambiance, nice colors, easy on the eyes, however, that's the only "good"

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I went to order take out on a Friday afternoon. The place wasn't very busy so I placed my order. The person who took my order did not tell me how long it was going to take. After waiting 15min. I asked them how long was it going to be.

3
★★★★★

I went to order take out on a Friday afternoon. The place wasn't very busy so I placed my order. The person who took my order did not tell me how long it was going to take. After waiting 15min. I asked them how long was it going to be.

Cons: Service, freshness of sushi

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Compared to other sushi places in the Denver area (E.g. Samurai, off Arapahoe, and that pretentious place in Parker) this is outstanding. Bonus: The owners are great company if get the chance to engage them.

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Compared to other sushi places in the Denver area (E.g. Samurai, off Arapahoe, and that pretentious place in Parker) this is outstanding. Bonus: The owners are great company if get the chance to engage them.

Pros: Atmosphere, location, food quality

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Incredible sushi and great attention to detail in the presentation, the service, the atmosphere! The dragon and lion roll cannot be beat. Baked mussels are also terrific.

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★★★★★

Incredible sushi and great attention to detail in the presentation, the service, the atmosphere! The dragon and lion roll cannot be beat. Baked mussels are also terrific.

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I went on a pre-blizzard Wednesday night, not many patrons, so the service I found to be okay. The sushi was good, I ordered the Dragon Roll, salmon nigiri, and spicy tuna, all were fresh tasting and of good quality. I also had a side of

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★★★★★

I went on a pre-blizzard Wednesday night, not many patrons, so the service I found to be okay. The sushi was good, I ordered the Dragon Roll, salmon nigiri, and spicy tuna, all were fresh tasting and of good quality. I also had a side of

Pros: good sushi, fresh

Cons: n/a

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I consider myself to be a pretty patient person when it comes to dining. I understand that if the place is packed, service is bound to be a little slow. But to say Sushi Han's service is slow would be like saying the Empire State

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★★★★★

I consider myself to be a pretty patient person when it comes to dining. I understand that if the place is packed, service is bound to be a little slow. But to say Sushi Han's service is slow would be like saying the Empire State

Pros: Location

Cons: Service, Service, Service

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Sushi Han has the best tuna salad and the best stuffed mushroom! The place is nice and cozy. Love Tam, the sushi chef and owner! When possible, go there on weekends as Lin is there and she takes good care of you!

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Sushi Han has the best tuna salad and the best stuffed mushroom! The place is nice and cozy. Love Tam, the sushi chef and owner! When possible, go there on weekends as Lin is there and she takes good care of you!

Pros: fresh sushi, big place for groups

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Where is the server, where is the cashier, where is everybody else? After we ordered, the staff became ghost. We could not get more food without actually going to look for our server. The same went for getting more drink refills. At point

3
★★★★★

Where is the server, where is the cashier, where is everybody else? After we ordered, the staff became ghost. We could not get more food without actually going to look for our server. The same went for getting more drink refills. At point

Pros: fresh sushi

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Freshest seafood in town!
I went to Sushi Han for lunch and ordered their sashimi salad which had the brightest rainbow of colored fish on top a bed of mixed greens I have ever seen.
The sashimi melted in my mouth.
That's how you know you

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★★★★★

Freshest seafood in town!
I went to Sushi Han for lunch and ordered their sashimi salad which had the brightest rainbow of colored fish on top a bed of mixed greens I have ever seen.
The sashimi melted in my mouth.
That's how you know you

Pros: Good Value, Decor, Service

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This place was voted best of Denver in 5280. Not even close. It's definitely not as fresh of flavorful as Sushi Den, Japon, Tazu, etc. Quite dark and sterile atmosphere. You can defintely do better in Denver.

3
★★★★★

This place was voted best of Denver in 5280. Not even close. It's definitely not as fresh of flavorful as Sushi Den, Japon, Tazu, etc. Quite dark and sterile atmosphere. You can defintely do better in Denver.

Pros: Large edamame

Cons: , not cheap for quality, average fish

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My Fiance and I had the pleasure of dining here before going to the play Moving Out at the Buell. I recommend sitting at the Sushi Bar and asking to hear a great joke. I found out that night that Sake and Quail Eggs are known

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★★★★★

My Fiance and I had the pleasure of dining here before going to the play Moving Out at the Buell. I recommend sitting at the Sushi Bar and asking to hear a great joke. I found out that night that Sake and Quail Eggs are known

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Sushi Han has always been my favorite place for sushi. They have a Happy Hour in the evenings with 2-1 Hot Sake and lower priced sushi (and just as incredibly fresh). The Baked Green Mussels are very tasty and make a great appetizer along

3
★★★★★

Sushi Han has always been my favorite place for sushi. They have a Happy Hour in the evenings with 2-1 Hot Sake and lower priced sushi (and just as incredibly fresh). The Baked Green Mussels are very tasty and make a great appetizer along

Pros: Food, Atmosphere, Service

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The new space in Writer Square is so much larger and has 100 times the ambiance. Very L.A. Black granite sushi bar and lots of tables. Sushi is good, but $6.50 for a large Kirin - are you kidding?

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The new space in Writer Square is so much larger and has 100 times the ambiance. Very L.A. Black granite sushi bar and lots of tables. Sushi is good, but $6.50 for a large Kirin - are you kidding?

Pros: Ambiance, Downtown location

Cons: , No happy hour

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I have been eating sushi in Denver for 15 years. I have tried over 20 different restaurants at different times over those 20 years. At Sushi Han I have never had a bad piece of fish. Each piece is the freshest I have ever tasted. The

3
★★★★★

I have been eating sushi in Denver for 15 years. I have tried over 20 different restaurants at different times over those 20 years. At Sushi Han I have never had a bad piece of fish. Each piece is the freshest I have ever tasted. The

Pros: Fresh, intimate, consistent

Cons: small, limited parking, hidden

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You don't have to be Italian to own and operate an Italian restaruant, and you don't have to be Japanese to own a Japanese restaurant!, but you do need a little something other than offering the typical types of food at a mediocre level. I

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★★★★★

You don't have to be Italian to own and operate an Italian restaruant, and you don't have to be Japanese to own a Japanese restaurant!, but you do need a little something other than offering the typical types of food at a mediocre level. I

Pros: Location

Cons: mediocre food

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The baked mussels at Sushi Han are outstanding, as is their unique brand of special hand rolls, not to mention the rest of their sushi menu. Even the somewhat ordinary sounding grilled salmon teriyaki was delicious. Don't let the

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★★★★★

The baked mussels at Sushi Han are outstanding, as is their unique brand of special hand rolls, not to mention the rest of their sushi menu. Even the somewhat ordinary sounding grilled salmon teriyaki was delicious. Don't let the

Pros: Food, Service, Price/Value

Cons: Lack of trendiness, Small #of tables, No Toro!

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Sushi Han has some of the best tuna and salmon that I have ever had. It truly melts in your mouth! The baked green mussels are incredible. The "special" rolls listed on the board of specials are delicious but a little pricy. The only

3
★★★★★

Sushi Han has some of the best tuna and salmon that I have ever had. It truly melts in your mouth! The baked green mussels are incredible. The "special" rolls listed on the board of specials are delicious but a little pricy. The only

Pros: Location, Quality of food, Great service if slow

Cons: Slow service if busy, A little pricey

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Sushi Han is by fare the best sushi in Denver. You would be hard pressed to find btter. I recommend the baked green muscles and the Denver roll. If your are Downtown stop by and enjoy the atmosphere provided by Tam

3
★★★★★

Sushi Han is by fare the best sushi in Denver. You would be hard pressed to find btter. I recommend the baked green muscles and the Denver roll. If your are Downtown stop by and enjoy the atmosphere provided by Tam

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Sushi Han has the best food, service and atmosphere anywhere.Tam Han is a true artist creating the best food to be found in denver.If you are new to Denver and need a friendly place to meet intresting people this is it.Tam and his staff

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★★★★★

Sushi Han has the best food, service and atmosphere anywhere.Tam Han is a true artist creating the best food to be found in denver.If you are new to Denver and need a friendly place to meet intresting people this is it.Tam and his staff

Pros: Fresh Food, Outstanding Prep of f, Great Staff

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One of my favorite places for lunch in downtown Denver! Tam, the proprietor, is very friendly and always has a bad joke to go with the great sushi. His Denver Rolls are to die for...the sushi is always fresh and tasty...the salads are

3
★★★★★

One of my favorite places for lunch in downtown Denver! Tam, the proprietor, is very friendly and always has a bad joke to go with the great sushi. His Denver Rolls are to die for...the sushi is always fresh and tasty...the salads are

Pros: great sushi, friendly atmosphere

Cons: no parking

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Great small place, nothing fancy but very cozy. Good place to go with kids. Food was delicious. If you go there try Green Baked Mussels (WOW!!!!) and dragon rolls. Service was good. Their happy hour is till 6:30 pm M-F (you get 2 for 1

3
★★★★★

Great small place, nothing fancy but very cozy. Good place to go with kids. Food was delicious. If you go there try Green Baked Mussels (WOW!!!!) and dragon rolls. Service was good. Their happy hour is till 6:30 pm M-F (you get 2 for 1

Pros: good food, nice atmosphere, easy parking

Cons: get your wallet ready, not romantic

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I was introduced to Sushi Han several years ago by a good friend and have been going back ever since. No surprise then that everyone I have taken there has become a "regular" as well! I have been to other sushi bars, including Sonoda, but

3
★★★★★

I was introduced to Sushi Han several years ago by a good friend and have been going back ever since. No surprise then that everyone I have taken there has become a "regular" as well! I have been to other sushi bars, including Sonoda, but

Pros: no waiting

Cons: no off-street parking

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Forget about all the stupid, glitzy places where "wannabe sushi eaters" go more to be seen rather than to enjoy excellent sushi. Sushi Han is like Cheers... that hole in the wall joint away from all the hub-bub but locationally in the

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★★★★★

Forget about all the stupid, glitzy places where "wannabe sushi eaters" go more to be seen rather than to enjoy excellent sushi. Sushi Han is like Cheers... that hole in the wall joint away from all the hub-bub but locationally in the

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This is by far the best sushi in Denver! I've lived in LA and Seattle and think this is as good as the restaurants there. The sushi, seaweed salad, saki and service are worthy of the trip downtown! I can't wait to go back.

3
★★★★★

This is by far the best sushi in Denver! I've lived in LA and Seattle and think this is as good as the restaurants there. The sushi, seaweed salad, saki and service are worthy of the trip downtown! I can't wait to go back.

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Sushi Han is the best food in Denver. The service is very best.

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★★★★★

Sushi Han is the best food in Denver. The service is very best.

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Having eaten at a dozen Sushi places in town, nobody comes close to the quality of Sushi Han's. The sashimi is sooo fresh; it seems to melt in your mouth.

The chef, Tam, also has a special spicy tuna hand roll that is fantastic.

I

3
★★★★★

Having eaten at a dozen Sushi places in town, nobody comes close to the quality of Sushi Han's. The sashimi is sooo fresh; it seems to melt in your mouth.

The chef, Tam, also has a special spicy tuna hand roll that is fantastic.

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Pros: Great Taste, Freshness, Chef Tam

Cons: not very much seating

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The Sushi is the best in town. The freshness and care of the fish is awesome. Sit at the bar to hear some of Tam's wisdom and humor, a definate addition to the dining experience.

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★★★★★

The Sushi is the best in town. The freshness and care of the fish is awesome. Sit at the bar to hear some of Tam's wisdom and humor, a definate addition to the dining experience.

Pros: Sushi, Service

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I have not find a second SUSHI place that could even come close to match the freshness and the taste of SUSHI HAN.

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I have not find a second SUSHI place that could even come close to match the freshness and the taste of SUSHI HAN.

Pros: Friendly, Prompt Services, Good Prices

 

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