Sushi Uokura

★★★★☆
  • 815 Nile Ct

    Golden, CO 80401

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  • 303-278-8000

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Sun-Thu 5pm-9pm, Mon-Fri 11am-2pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-10pm

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I've had sushi in virtually every country I've visited, and Sushi Uokura holds its own against them all. Their rolls are large and generous, but I go for the nigiri and it's fabulous. I generally start with a nigiri plate (reasonably

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I've had sushi in virtually every country I've visited, and Sushi Uokura holds its own against them all. Their rolls are large and generous, but I go for the nigiri and it's fabulous. I generally start with a nigiri plate (reasonably

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Anyone who complains about Sushi Uokura should put the crack pipe down.

I was really hesitant to eat sushi in CO when I moved here 10 years ago. Sushi Uokura was the first sushi I tried and by far is still the best. Ogi, the owner is a highly skilled and accomplished sushi chef who trained some of the best in SoCal. Their food is fresh and excellent and a much better value than others like Sushi Den. The albacore sashimi is succulent, the salmon sashimi is like butter. Try the "Golden Roll " If you want a yummy, complicated, crispy roll . If you're only in to California rolls, quit complaining and go to Safeway... seriously.

For the best experience, sit at the bar and engage with the chefs, Ogi especially. Do NOT take anything he says seriously because all he says and does is to get a smile or rise out of you. They are sure to entertain and make you feel like part of a comedy show. You'll leave with a belly fulla fabulous fish and a happy grin.

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Anyone who complains about Sushi Uokura should put the crack pipe down.

I was really hesitant to eat sushi in CO when I moved here 10 years ago. Sushi Uokura was the first sushi I tried and by far is still the best. Ogi, the owner is a highly skilled and accomplished sushi chef who trained some of the best in SoCal. Their food is fresh and excellent and a much better value than others like Sushi Den. The albacore sashimi is succulent, the salmon sashimi is like butter. Try the "Golden Roll " If you want a yummy, complicated, crispy roll . If you're only in to California rolls, quit complaining and go to Safeway... seriously.

For the best experience, sit at the bar and engage with the chefs, Ogi especially. Do NOT take anything he says seriously because all he says and does is to get a smile or rise out of you. They are sure to entertain and make you feel like part of a comedy show. You'll leave with a belly fulla fabulous fish and a happy grin.

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I love going there for lunch for a truly authentic, well balanced Japanese meal, for example, the Sushi and Tempura combination.

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★★★★★

I love going there for lunch for a truly authentic, well balanced Japanese meal, for example, the Sushi and Tempura combination.

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This place was the worst sushi joint that I have ever been to. My bill was 75.00 and wasn't worth 15.

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★☆☆☆☆

This place was the worst sushi joint that I have ever been to. My bill was 75.00 and wasn't worth 15.

Pros: Cool atmosphere

Cons: horrible food, dirty oil for frying, tables were filthy

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I love this place and I'm a sushi snob. There's one place in Vail that compares but besides that there's nothing better in Colorado! If you know and love sushi, give em a try you'll be hooked!

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★★★★★

I love this place and I'm a sushi snob. There's one place in Vail that compares but besides that there's nothing better in Colorado! If you know and love sushi, give em a try you'll be hooked!

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Sushi Uokura is easily the best sushi I have ever eaten. I'm originally from Texas, and we get a lot of good sushi down there. We are closer to the water, so I'd expect it, and when I moved here, I thought for sure the sushi would make me sick. However, this sushi is by far the best I have ever eaten. I really enjoy the Dynamite Yaki with calamari, and if you go be sure to try it if you enjoy a warm sweet and sour sort of taste to a food. It is very unique. Also give the eel a try. It is particularly good there. The Uokura Roll house special roll is delicious as well. They sometimes do special parties you can reserve a seat for in advance like New Years and Labor Day. I went to New Years and was definitely not disappointed. I wish I still lived nearby. I only happened upon this page today because my girlfriend was in the area and wanted to phone in a number, and this place was the first one to have the phone number on a google search. I used to be local and went there at least twice a week. I LOVE this place! Go here!

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★★★★★

Sushi Uokura is easily the best sushi I have ever eaten. I'm originally from Texas, and we get a lot of good sushi down there. We are closer to the water, so I'd expect it, and when I moved here, I thought for sure the sushi would make me sick. However, this sushi is by far the best I have ever eaten. I really enjoy the Dynamite Yaki with calamari, and if you go be sure to try it if you enjoy a warm sweet and sour sort of taste to a food. It is very unique. Also give the eel a try. It is particularly good there. The Uokura Roll house special roll is delicious as well. They sometimes do special parties you can reserve a seat for in advance like New Years and Labor Day. I went to New Years and was definitely not disappointed. I wish I still lived nearby. I only happened upon this page today because my girlfriend was in the area and wanted to phone in a number, and this place was the first one to have the phone number on a google search. I used to be local and went there at least twice a week. I LOVE this place! Go here!

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Recently, my friend, fiance, and I went to Uokura for what we hoped would be a nice dinner. The waitress seated us and then left us without water for nearly 20 minutes. She finally came back to sell us drinks and take orders. The salad/miso arrived promptly but with no utensils. My fiance (who was starving) finally ate his salad with his bare fingers! His food came long before ours. His chicken was so dry that I can honestly say I've had better at McDonald's. He sent it back. Our sushi finally showed up over an hour after we ordered it and was terrible. The fish tasted off. I was sick the following day. Our waitress came by probably three times during two hours. We walked to the front to pay the bill and save time.

My fiance picked up the alcohol and my friend and I split the food. We spent (not counting his chicken which they /graciously/ didn't charge us for) over $100. While we waited, the owner berated my fiance yelling "Why you come to sushi restaurant and order chicken?" Instead of taking pride in his cooking/menu he insisted that my fiance should have ordered something better! But if it's so bad, why is it on the menu?

Moreover, I recently found out that the waitress ran my friend's card twice and didn't run mine. My friend called to complain and they promised to take off the redundant charge. They then called me and said they needed my credit card info! When a restaurant screws up THAT badly, the owner usually eats the cost. I should not have to waste my time and gasoline to fix it! I called them back and explained that to them. The owner called me shortly afterwards and repeatedly interrupted and overrode me, yelling that he wouldn't return my friend's money and we would have to take him to small claims court! Then, he hung up on me!! A good owner would value his restaurant's reputation over a measley $40 and accept the criticism and fix their poor performance. Clearly he is not interested in running a quality restaurant!

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★☆☆☆☆

Recently, my friend, fiance, and I went to Uokura for what we hoped would be a nice dinner. The waitress seated us and then left us without water for nearly 20 minutes. She finally came back to sell us drinks and take orders. The salad/miso arrived promptly but with no utensils. My fiance (who was starving) finally ate his salad with his bare fingers! His food came long before ours. His chicken was so dry that I can honestly say I've had better at McDonald's. He sent it back. Our sushi finally showed up over an hour after we ordered it and was terrible. The fish tasted off. I was sick the following day. Our waitress came by probably three times during two hours. We walked to the front to pay the bill and save time.

My fiance picked up the alcohol and my friend and I split the food. We spent (not counting his chicken which they /graciously/ didn't charge us for) over $100. While we waited, the owner berated my fiance yelling "Why you come to sushi restaurant and order chicken?" Instead of taking pride in his cooking/menu he insisted that my fiance should have ordered something better! But if it's so bad, why is it on the menu?

Moreover, I recently found out that the waitress ran my friend's card twice and didn't run mine. My friend called to complain and they promised to take off the redundant charge. They then called me and said they needed my credit card info! When a restaurant screws up THAT badly, the owner usually eats the cost. I should not have to waste my time and gasoline to fix it! I called them back and explained that to them. The owner called me shortly afterwards and repeatedly interrupted and overrode me, yelling that he wouldn't return my friend's money and we would have to take him to small claims court! Then, he hung up on me!! A good owner would value his restaurant's reputation over a measley $40 and accept the criticism and fix their poor performance. Clearly he is not interested in running a quality restaurant!

Pros: None.

Cons: The food was awful. The service was nonexistant. And the behavior of the owner was unforgiveable.

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One of the best Japanese Restaurants in Colorado. I've seen some negative reviews for this place. I personally haven't experianced the Chef in a bad mood. The chef's skill is quite remarkable. As the son of a sushi chef I understand the trade marks of a skilled prepairer. The establishment itself is a tad on the shabby side but charming, especially in the winter. The rolls are obviously the chef's specialty and a spectacular one at that. If you want the typical bennehanna scripted experiance, go someplace else. If your palate desires excellent mid mainland sushi there are few better.

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★★★★★

One of the best Japanese Restaurants in Colorado. I've seen some negative reviews for this place. I personally haven't experianced the Chef in a bad mood. The chef's skill is quite remarkable. As the son of a sushi chef I understand the trade marks of a skilled prepairer. The establishment itself is a tad on the shabby side but charming, especially in the winter. The rolls are obviously the chef's specialty and a spectacular one at that. If you want the typical bennehanna scripted experiance, go someplace else. If your palate desires excellent mid mainland sushi there are few better.

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"Go Home" was the response to me asking about the seared tuna being mushy. The old guy behind the sushi bar has the personality of a doorknob. Anytime I asked him anything he acted like I was a novice to sushi and was foolish for asking. The rolls were OK but the tuna was mushy and tasteless and when I asked for the bill, and the tuna was still on there, a big discussion ensued between the owner, the sushi chef and the waitress.

After being embarrassed, and humiliated I finally got out of there. I encourage anyone NOT to support a place that is so mediocre, and shames the customer if they have questions. I am a polite, and kind person, but I have been to many restaurants. I was mortified by the arrogance of this dump that they think that they can treat people like jerks and stay in business. There are very good sushi places in western Denver without being abused they the elite of the slums.

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★☆☆☆☆

"Go Home" was the response to me asking about the seared tuna being mushy. The old guy behind the sushi bar has the personality of a doorknob. Anytime I asked him anything he acted like I was a novice to sushi and was foolish for asking. The rolls were OK but the tuna was mushy and tasteless and when I asked for the bill, and the tuna was still on there, a big discussion ensued between the owner, the sushi chef and the waitress.

After being embarrassed, and humiliated I finally got out of there. I encourage anyone NOT to support a place that is so mediocre, and shames the customer if they have questions. I am a polite, and kind person, but I have been to many restaurants. I was mortified by the arrogance of this dump that they think that they can treat people like jerks and stay in business. There are very good sushi places in western Denver without being abused they the elite of the slums.

Pros: close to my house

Cons: the worst customer service I have ever had

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We had heard many great things about Uokura and had to try it for ourselves. It does not disappoint. My husband has been several times for lunch, and I've been twice for lunch and dinner. Yes, the service is kind of slow, but we go to enjoy ourselves and take our time. I'm on here to get the phone number to make reservations for this weekend. My husband requested this restaurant for his birthday/leaving for Afghanistan celebration. We are introducing my family to Uokura, and are sure they will be just as smitten as we are.

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★★★★★

We had heard many great things about Uokura and had to try it for ourselves. It does not disappoint. My husband has been several times for lunch, and I've been twice for lunch and dinner. Yes, the service is kind of slow, but we go to enjoy ourselves and take our time. I'm on here to get the phone number to make reservations for this weekend. My husband requested this restaurant for his birthday/leaving for Afghanistan celebration. We are introducing my family to Uokura, and are sure they will be just as smitten as we are.

Pros: Good sushi

Cons: Servers could be more attentive

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Price: $$$ ($4-6 per order and $7-12 per roll)
Food: **** (4 out 5)
Service: ****1/2 (4 1/2 out of 5)
Ambiance: ** (2 out 5)
Overall: **** (4 out 5)

First of all the earlier review by Megan Q. is exceptionally difficult for me to believe. It smacks of an individual with a personal axe to grind. Even on their worst day Uokura doesn't merit the poor score given by Megan.

Price: The prices are medium to medium high given the location and the overall dining experience (see ambiance below). Most of the nigri sushi is reasonably priced at $4-6 per two-piece order. Expect to pay more for uni (sea urchin), kani (real crab) and the oh and chu toro (fatty tuna). The rolls are also reasonably priced at $7-12 per 6 and 8 piece rolls.

Food: The fish is brought in fresh several times a week and it shows. All of the regulars are quite delicious and never disappoint: hamachi, saba, maguro, sake, ikura, tobiko, etc. In addition to the usual mainstays, Uokura often has fresh toro, katsuo (bonito or skipjack tuna), live kaibashira (scallops) and aji (spanish mackerel) - all of these are exceptional treats. They also have a fine selection of speciality rolls, give some a try. TIP: If you sit at the sushi bar, always ask what is good today (kyo wa nani ga oishii desu ka). The chefs will generally steer you towards something that was flown in fresh that morning with remarkable flavor. The young, Hispanic chef Edgar is one of the principal buyers and is always keen to serve the freshest of fresh to those who show interest and ask. He's been known to sneak free samples to interested customers.

Ambiance: Uokura is in an old house in a fairly industrial area. As such, it has the charm of a typical hole in the wall. A few obvious additions create a somewhat quirky, if not quaint, layout. Nonetheless Uokura is always clean. NOTE: Expect some cooking odors (not unpleasant) when sitting at the sushi bar which is right in front of the kitchen.

Service: Uokura service is top notch. In particular the sushi chefs are very efficient and eager to help. Plan for a bit of a wait for sushi orders if you are sitting at a table on their busy days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday. TIP: Best bet for time is Monday-Thursday 11:30 AM or after 1:30 PM for lunch or before 6:30 PM for dinner. If there are only 2 or 3 of you and there is room, sit at the sushi bar and talk to the chef - you won't be disappointed.

Other notes: Parking stinks. There are only a few spots out front and a few in the back, otherwise you are parking on the street next to a car dealership or in front of someone's house. Pretty basic bar with a few sakes, Japanese beers and wines.

PROS: Great fresh fish, super chefs and fair prices.
CONS: A bit of a hole in the wall with difficult parking.

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★★★★☆

Price: $$$ ($4-6 per order and $7-12 per roll)
Food: **** (4 out 5)
Service: ****1/2 (4 1/2 out of 5)
Ambiance: ** (2 out 5)
Overall: **** (4 out 5)

First of all the earlier review by Megan Q. is exceptionally difficult for me to believe. It smacks of an individual with a personal axe to grind. Even on their worst day Uokura doesn't merit the poor score given by Megan.

Price: The prices are medium to medium high given the location and the overall dining experience (see ambiance below). Most of the nigri sushi is reasonably priced at $4-6 per two-piece order. Expect to pay more for uni (sea urchin), kani (real crab) and the oh and chu toro (fatty tuna). The rolls are also reasonably priced at $7-12 per 6 and 8 piece rolls.

Food: The fish is brought in fresh several times a week and it shows. All of the regulars are quite delicious and never disappoint: hamachi, saba, maguro, sake, ikura, tobiko, etc. In addition to the usual mainstays, Uokura often has fresh toro, katsuo (bonito or skipjack tuna), live kaibashira (scallops) and aji (spanish mackerel) - all of these are exceptional treats. They also have a fine selection of speciality rolls, give some a try. TIP: If you sit at the sushi bar, always ask what is good today (kyo wa nani ga oishii desu ka). The chefs will generally steer you towards something that was flown in fresh that morning with remarkable flavor. The young, Hispanic chef Edgar is one of the principal buyers and is always keen to serve the freshest of fresh to those who show interest and ask. He's been known to sneak free samples to interested customers.

Ambiance: Uokura is in an old house in a fairly industrial area. As such, it has the charm of a typical hole in the wall. A few obvious additions create a somewhat quirky, if not quaint, layout. Nonetheless Uokura is always clean. NOTE: Expect some cooking odors (not unpleasant) when sitting at the sushi bar which is right in front of the kitchen.

Service: Uokura service is top notch. In particular the sushi chefs are very efficient and eager to help. Plan for a bit of a wait for sushi orders if you are sitting at a table on their busy days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday. TIP: Best bet for time is Monday-Thursday 11:30 AM or after 1:30 PM for lunch or before 6:30 PM for dinner. If there are only 2 or 3 of you and there is room, sit at the sushi bar and talk to the chef - you won't be disappointed.

Other notes: Parking stinks. There are only a few spots out front and a few in the back, otherwise you are parking on the street next to a car dealership or in front of someone's house. Pretty basic bar with a few sakes, Japanese beers and wines.

PROS: Great fresh fish, super chefs and fair prices.
CONS: A bit of a hole in the wall with difficult parking.

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I have been here twice. Both my partner and I were not impressed at all-the second time being bad, the first just mediocre. The seaweed on the rolls was rubbery, which I hate because the rolls end up falling apart and I end up choking on it. The Las Vegas roll was the size of a hockey puc, and impossible to eat- with a mass of cream cheese on the inside and rubbery seaweed. The whole thing just fell apart. The california roll was like something you would get at Albertsons. The restaurant had a lot of people in there for a Tuesday night, but I dont get it. Maybe they were as desperate as I was for sushi. I miss good food and Denver/Golden is so disappointing for someone who loves restaurants. I wish there was a really good sushi restaurant here!

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★☆☆☆☆

I have been here twice. Both my partner and I were not impressed at all-the second time being bad, the first just mediocre. The seaweed on the rolls was rubbery, which I hate because the rolls end up falling apart and I end up choking on it. The Las Vegas roll was the size of a hockey puc, and impossible to eat- with a mass of cream cheese on the inside and rubbery seaweed. The whole thing just fell apart. The california roll was like something you would get at Albertsons. The restaurant had a lot of people in there for a Tuesday night, but I dont get it. Maybe they were as desperate as I was for sushi. I miss good food and Denver/Golden is so disappointing for someone who loves restaurants. I wish there was a really good sushi restaurant here!

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I live in Golden and I love sushi Uokura. I have been there many times and here is why i love it. I know that people complain about the slow service but that comes along with being in a mountain, same with the atomophere, you are in a western mountain town with a lot of down to earth people. The bar is a fun place to sit and watch them prepare your sushi infront of you and I love sushi Uokura so much that for the past two years my boyfriend and I have gone on our prom dinners there. If your looking for a quite and relaxed place to injoy a good mean think about sushi Uokura.

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★★★★★

I live in Golden and I love sushi Uokura. I have been there many times and here is why i love it. I know that people complain about the slow service but that comes along with being in a mountain, same with the atomophere, you are in a western mountain town with a lot of down to earth people. The bar is a fun place to sit and watch them prepare your sushi infront of you and I love sushi Uokura so much that for the past two years my boyfriend and I have gone on our prom dinners there. If your looking for a quite and relaxed place to injoy a good mean think about sushi Uokura.

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We get to Sushi Uokura about once a month and have not been disappointed. The hamachi (yellow tail) is always great. Specials like the tiny fried crabs are different from the usual fare and excellent. Rolls are predictable but the rainbow and eel rolls are always tasty. Service is prompt and pricing while a little high for the burbs is worth it in our opinion.

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★★★☆☆

We get to Sushi Uokura about once a month and have not been disappointed. The hamachi (yellow tail) is always great. Specials like the tiny fried crabs are different from the usual fare and excellent. Rolls are predictable but the rainbow and eel rolls are always tasty. Service is prompt and pricing while a little high for the burbs is worth it in our opinion.

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Sushi Uokura is disgusting and over-priced. I have never cared enough to write a comment about any restaurant in my life. I am easy to please! On the other hand, this is by far the worst sushi I have ever seen or tasted and I felt compelled to get back on-line to write about how terrible it is.

It looks like a 3 year old made the rolls - there is a thick, inedible wad of rice on one side of the roll, and the nori shows through on the other side.The fish is greasy, and even the ginger seems old and grainy. It is extremely over-priced - $7.95 for an 8 piece spicy tuna roll - and this was the SPECIAL for the day. I would have asked for my money back, but I live across town and this was take out. Who knows - maybe it's better if you eat there? I don't plan to find out. Yuck, yuck, yuck!

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Sushi Uokura is disgusting and over-priced. I have never cared enough to write a comment about any restaurant in my life. I am easy to please! On the other hand, this is by far the worst sushi I have ever seen or tasted and I felt compelled to get back on-line to write about how terrible it is.

It looks like a 3 year old made the rolls - there is a thick, inedible wad of rice on one side of the roll, and the nori shows through on the other side.The fish is greasy, and even the ginger seems old and grainy. It is extremely over-priced - $7.95 for an 8 piece spicy tuna roll - and this was the SPECIAL for the day. I would have asked for my money back, but I live across town and this was take out. Who knows - maybe it's better if you eat there? I don't plan to find out. Yuck, yuck, yuck!

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We had been to Uokura many times because the food and service had been good. On our last visit the soft shell crab rolls (one of our favorites) did not taste right. We let our waitress know and she took them away. When the bill arrived they had not credited us for the two rolls. When we questioned this, the owner came over and we explained the situation. Instead of being receptive, he told us that the rolls were fine and would only credit us for one roll? When we objected he said in a harsh loud voice that the crab was fine and "I don't need customers like you!" (the whole restaurant heard) The wait staff was embarrassed and apologetic, we feel for them. Please do not support this business. Do however find the "best Kept Secret" in Arvada - Great food - Great Service (Closed Mondays)

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★★☆☆☆

We had been to Uokura many times because the food and service had been good. On our last visit the soft shell crab rolls (one of our favorites) did not taste right. We let our waitress know and she took them away. When the bill arrived they had not credited us for the two rolls. When we questioned this, the owner came over and we explained the situation. Instead of being receptive, he told us that the rolls were fine and would only credit us for one roll? When we objected he said in a harsh loud voice that the crab was fine and "I don't need customers like you!" (the whole restaurant heard) The wait staff was embarrassed and apologetic, we feel for them. Please do not support this business. Do however find the "best Kept Secret" in Arvada - Great food - Great Service (Closed Mondays)

Pros: Open Monday

Cons: Unpolite Owner

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After having heard wonderful things about this restaurant, my husband and I decided to try it, even though the outside looked a little doubtful. We have visited just about every sushi establishment in the metro area, and do consider ourselves fairly knowledgeable about sushi. The sushi was just average, and by far not the best we have had. It definitely didn't live up to the stellar reviews I had heard. As far as the ambience, there was none. I think it might have been better with some music. (Believe me, we are not fans of the super-trendy and hip sushi restaurants that are springing up everywhere. This did not affect my opinion.) We will not go back to this restaurant, because it wasn't anything to get excited about. We have our own "best kept secret" in Arvada. We'll never tell!!

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★★★☆☆

After having heard wonderful things about this restaurant, my husband and I decided to try it, even though the outside looked a little doubtful. We have visited just about every sushi establishment in the metro area, and do consider ourselves fairly knowledgeable about sushi. The sushi was just average, and by far not the best we have had. It definitely didn't live up to the stellar reviews I had heard. As far as the ambience, there was none. I think it might have been better with some music. (Believe me, we are not fans of the super-trendy and hip sushi restaurants that are springing up everywhere. This did not affect my opinion.) We will not go back to this restaurant, because it wasn't anything to get excited about. We have our own "best kept secret" in Arvada. We'll never tell!!

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I am hesitant to post this as this is our oasis on the west side of town but I've never been good at keeping a secret. When we first started eating here we were one of two occupied tables, however the last time we were there the place was packed. We were a little hesitant we we saw a hand painted sign on Colfax that read "SUSHI" with an arrow pointing down Nile St. Like Tante Louise, this is a converted house turned restaurant. If you are tired of the snobbery at some of those other pretentious pas se places and you just want some excellent sushi with some great service you should get this a whirl. Every friend or family member we have brought here has been pleasantly surprised.

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★★★★★

I am hesitant to post this as this is our oasis on the west side of town but I've never been good at keeping a secret. When we first started eating here we were one of two occupied tables, however the last time we were there the place was packed. We were a little hesitant we we saw a hand painted sign on Colfax that read "SUSHI" with an arrow pointing down Nile St. Like Tante Louise, this is a converted house turned restaurant. If you are tired of the snobbery at some of those other pretentious pas se places and you just want some excellent sushi with some great service you should get this a whirl. Every friend or family member we have brought here has been pleasantly surprised.

Pros: Excellent sushi, Great service

Cons: Too many kids

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I tried this place after some friends from work visited here. The sushi is top notch. The prices are equivalent to any other quality sushi place. I would rather go here then some other den, and you don't have to wait in line or put up with all the "beautiful people".

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★★★★★

I tried this place after some friends from work visited here. The sushi is top notch. The prices are equivalent to any other quality sushi place. I would rather go here then some other den, and you don't have to wait in line or put up with all the "beautiful people".

 

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