Warakubune Sushi Restaurant

★★★★★

About Warakubune Sushi Restaurant

Hours
Closed Monday & Tuesday Wed-Thu 5:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Fri-Sat 5:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Sun 5:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m

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Food
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this is my favorite restaurant in the city, the foods are very delicious, i love sushi one of my favorite food, and also you can eat in fordable price

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★★★★★

this is my favorite restaurant in the city, the foods are very delicious, i love sushi one of my favorite food, and also you can eat in fordable price

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My favorite Sushi place of all!!!! very highly recommended. The quality is unbelievably good and consistent. I go there once a week since my first time I have been a regular.

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My favorite Sushi place of all!!!! very highly recommended. The quality is unbelievably good and consistent. I go there once a week since my first time I have been a regular.

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Went here for dinner on the recommendation of a friend. While I've definitely had better sushi, there's just something nifty about picking up plates of sushi off little boats going around in circles. There were two chefs working the island that night, and we sat near one of them -- so we got first dibs on the stuff he put out fresh, which was great.

One roll I really enjoyed was a california roll with spicy tuna (or it might've just been salsa), over it, and little sticks of crunchy dried potato scattered overtop (just be careful you don't stick yourself with a potato stick while you try to get one in your mouth...)

Our tea and water was kept topped off very efficiently. The place was busy, though; we had to wait a few minutes to get adjacent seats, but when we left, there was a good line of at least five people waiting, and there were no seats open at all.

The bill came out to about $50 for two people, tip included, which wasn't bad since we'd special ordered a spider roll, and besides that, we each finished off about six plates of sushi (which run from about a buck and a half to about three bucks). Definitely a worthwhile dining experience. But I wouldn't want to try to park in the area...

PROS: Sushi! On Boats! For Cheap!
CONS: Small restaurant, expect a wait. City parking is a nightmare.

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★★★★☆

Went here for dinner on the recommendation of a friend. While I've definitely had better sushi, there's just something nifty about picking up plates of sushi off little boats going around in circles. There were two chefs working the island that night, and we sat near one of them -- so we got first dibs on the stuff he put out fresh, which was great.

One roll I really enjoyed was a california roll with spicy tuna (or it might've just been salsa), over it, and little sticks of crunchy dried potato scattered overtop (just be careful you don't stick yourself with a potato stick while you try to get one in your mouth...)

Our tea and water was kept topped off very efficiently. The place was busy, though; we had to wait a few minutes to get adjacent seats, but when we left, there was a good line of at least five people waiting, and there were no seats open at all.

The bill came out to about $50 for two people, tip included, which wasn't bad since we'd special ordered a spider roll, and besides that, we each finished off about six plates of sushi (which run from about a buck and a half to about three bucks). Definitely a worthwhile dining experience. But I wouldn't want to try to park in the area...

PROS: Sushi! On Boats! For Cheap!
CONS: Small restaurant, expect a wait. City parking is a nightmare.

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I love this place! Their fish is always a wonderul quality and very fresh. It is truly the best I have had in the city. They do a great job with the non-fussy tradional maki and nigiri rolls, but always come out with something different

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★★★★★

I love this place! Their fish is always a wonderul quality and very fresh. It is truly the best I have had in the city. They do a great job with the non-fussy tradional maki and nigiri rolls, but always come out with something different

Pros: Sushi, Ambience, Service

Cons: Crowded

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I love it here. Great service. I never see the bottom of my tea cup. The standard sushi fare that floats by is fabulous, but there are some really creative and tasty creations that always get me excited. Don't forget they're closed on

3
★★★★★

I love it here. Great service. I never see the bottom of my tea cup. The standard sushi fare that floats by is fabulous, but there are some really creative and tasty creations that always get me excited. Don't forget they're closed on

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The ambience of the place is like home. The people that work there are family and treat their customers with respect. It's the best place for beginners to start. The sushi is displayed right infromt of you eyes. It is a nice way to

3
★★★★★

The ambience of the place is like home. The people that work there are family and treat their customers with respect. It's the best place for beginners to start. The sushi is displayed right infromt of you eyes. It is a nice way to

Pros: inexpensive, Learning experience, customer service

Cons: not very big, none, none

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Those who revel in instant gastronomic gratification will appreciate the hand-to-mouth setup at this Japanese eatery. Freshly prepared rolls and nigiri displayed on kitschy miniature boats cruise by hungry diners, who…

 

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