Ginza Japanese Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 14 Wintonbury Mall

    Bloomfield, CT 06002

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  • 860-242-8289

About Ginza Japanese Restaurant

Hours
Mon - Thu: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm Fri - Sat: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm Sun: 12:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Food

Food
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I love Ginza Japanese! My Family and I have been going there ever sinse I was a kid. They seriously have the best sushi around! My favorite roll has to be the Angry Dragon. The Staff always tries to place the customers first 100%. The

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★★★★★

I love Ginza Japanese! My Family and I have been going there ever sinse I was a kid. They seriously have the best sushi around! My favorite roll has to be the Angry Dragon. The Staff always tries to place the customers first 100%. The

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bad experience - would not recommend

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★★★★★

bad experience - would not recommend

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Food is very good, excellent actually, but wait staff is OVER attentive, pests really making it hard to hold a conversation with table mates without interruptions every few minutes.
We will be considering this kind of "service" if we think

3
★★★★★

Food is very good, excellent actually, but wait staff is OVER attentive, pests really making it hard to hold a conversation with table mates without interruptions every few minutes.
We will be considering this kind of "service" if we think

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Ginza was just nominated as this weeks' place to go for "bargin" bites ((see link for article) bit.ly/URjz6) A great restaurant where your always welcomed at the door by the most friendly hosts and mangers in the business; Ginza is a great place to grab some quick, delicious sushi, take a date for a five course feast replete with wine, sake and after-dinner drinks, or for a casual night out with the family at the hibachi tables...

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★★★☆☆

Ginza was just nominated as this weeks' place to go for "bargin" bites ((see link for article) bit.ly/URjz6) A great restaurant where your always welcomed at the door by the most friendly hosts and mangers in the business; Ginza is a great place to grab some quick, delicious sushi, take a date for a five course feast replete with wine, sake and after-dinner drinks, or for a casual night out with the family at the hibachi tables...

Pros: Great Sushi and Fun Fun Fun

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i don't think anybody knows about the REAL GINZA goal, it's not customer service, nor good food but only trying to jack your check way up, i know this for a FACT!! the servers are told to try to pad the checks and always trying to sell your specials that they had for months ( so called specials atleast ) the servers are always told BIGGER checks BIGGER TIPS and bigger profits for the restaurant, all they care about is how much money they can make and also the cleaniness of the kitchen and how they handle the food will also make you sceeve. I promise you that.the owners and manager are all fakes, they only have one goal and that is to drive your check sky high, if you don't believe me, go see for yourself

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★★☆☆☆

i don't think anybody knows about the REAL GINZA goal, it's not customer service, nor good food but only trying to jack your check way up, i know this for a FACT!! the servers are told to try to pad the checks and always trying to sell your specials that they had for months ( so called specials atleast ) the servers are always told BIGGER checks BIGGER TIPS and bigger profits for the restaurant, all they care about is how much money they can make and also the cleaniness of the kitchen and how they handle the food will also make you sceeve. I promise you that.the owners and manager are all fakes, they only have one goal and that is to drive your check sky high, if you don't believe me, go see for yourself

Pros: nothing

Cons: they all try to jack your check up

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Good food but It does cost a pretty penny. I got the feeling the manager was trying to sell us something we didn't need. He came to our table to welcome us. During the conversation we could all tell he was lying through his teeth.

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★☆☆☆☆

Good food but It does cost a pretty penny. I got the feeling the manager was trying to sell us something we didn't need. He came to our table to welcome us. During the conversation we could all tell he was lying through his teeth.

Pros: location

Cons: price managers

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Great place for large (6+) group of people for dinner. Fantastic cocktails, excellent service and chef "Ivan" was not only talented but comical. Food was also very good, I had the Filet mignon and shrimp A+

4
★★★★☆

Great place for large (6+) group of people for dinner. Fantastic cocktails, excellent service and chef "Ivan" was not only talented but comical. Food was also very good, I had the Filet mignon and shrimp A+

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Ginza is my absolute favorite place for Sushi. The prices are very reasonable, the service is always wonderful and the food is always so tasty! I would recommend the Angry Dragon roll, the philadelphia roll, the chicken and vegetable tempura and the miso soup! Also, if are with a large group, the hibachi show is very cool too! Ginza is the best!

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★★★★★

Ginza is my absolute favorite place for Sushi. The prices are very reasonable, the service is always wonderful and the food is always so tasty! I would recommend the Angry Dragon roll, the philadelphia roll, the chicken and vegetable tempura and the miso soup! Also, if are with a large group, the hibachi show is very cool too! Ginza is the best!

Pros: Angry Dragon Roll. Plenty of Parking.

Cons: None!

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Ginza is conviently located in downtown Bloomfield across from the town green. The Japanese food here is excellent and they have great bento boxes for lunch. The beef negimaki is wonderful.

Pros: Great food and good prices
Cons: It can get lowd and crowded

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★★★★☆

Ginza is conviently located in downtown Bloomfield across from the town green. The Japanese food here is excellent and they have great bento boxes for lunch. The beef negimaki is wonderful.

Pros: Great food and good prices
Cons: It can get lowd and crowded

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I grew up and lived in NYC. Moving here, I had a hard time finding a good sushi place...that is until Ginza! The sushi was great and the staff, wonderful! Definitely going back there again!

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★★★★★

I grew up and lived in NYC. Moving here, I had a hard time finding a good sushi place...that is until Ginza! The sushi was great and the staff, wonderful! Definitely going back there again!

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I recommend the 'angry dragon'.
We went on a friday evening and it took about 20 minutes to get a table. Except for the wait, I was pleased with Ginza. Great sushi, and good service

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★★★★☆

I recommend the 'angry dragon'.
We went on a friday evening and it took about 20 minutes to get a table. Except for the wait, I was pleased with Ginza. Great sushi, and good service

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what is it with the Japanesse places around here? you order a martini, and they look at you like you've just insulted them! look, if you are reading this, a martini, has three olives in it, not 5, not 1, they do not come on the side, unless asked for that way... 3 little words should not be that hard to get, up, dry, olives, that is all... the hibachi is real good, and the sushi is nice, this manhattan transfer is content with it.

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★★★★☆

what is it with the Japanesse places around here? you order a martini, and they look at you like you've just insulted them! look, if you are reading this, a martini, has three olives in it, not 5, not 1, they do not come on the side, unless asked for that way... 3 little words should not be that hard to get, up, dry, olives, that is all... the hibachi is real good, and the sushi is nice, this manhattan transfer is content with it.

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The sushi is phenominal at this restaurant, best I've eaten. Try the angel roll it's my favorite. The service is great too!! For quality though be prepared to have a bill this restaurant isn't a hamburger stand. Anyone that has eaten good sushi knows it comes with a cost. The atmosphere is very friendly and warm. The consistency is what is really remarkable about this place though!! Tell them Mrs. Katz sent you!!

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★★★★★

The sushi is phenominal at this restaurant, best I've eaten. Try the angel roll it's my favorite. The service is great too!! For quality though be prepared to have a bill this restaurant isn't a hamburger stand. Anyone that has eaten good sushi knows it comes with a cost. The atmosphere is very friendly and warm. The consistency is what is really remarkable about this place though!! Tell them Mrs. Katz sent you!!

Pros: manager, service, quality

Cons: location , parking, busy

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When this cute restaurant opened, they were committed to quality and service. A good meal could be had at a good price. These days they're commanding NYC prices for sushi that'd close down a Japanese joint in the Big Apple. I don't expect NYC-quality sushi up here; nor do I expect fish so old and watery it must have been frozen (not delivered fresh). Even the sushi rice needs more seasoning. Finally, nowadays, if your server doesn't understand you (80% of the time) they just run and hide... sometimes never to be seen again. We're not going back.

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★★☆☆☆

When this cute restaurant opened, they were committed to quality and service. A good meal could be had at a good price. These days they're commanding NYC prices for sushi that'd close down a Japanese joint in the Big Apple. I don't expect NYC-quality sushi up here; nor do I expect fish so old and watery it must have been frozen (not delivered fresh). Even the sushi rice needs more seasoning. Finally, nowadays, if your server doesn't understand you (80% of the time) they just run and hide... sometimes never to be seen again. We're not going back.

Pros: Manager

Cons: Service, Fish

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Ginza used to be good, and reasonable and fun. Now the prices are higher, and everything is a surcharge. $2 extra for noodles, $1 for small ice cream. Overall a sad decline into profit focus. Short sited. I won't go back as it is now.

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★★★☆☆

Ginza used to be good, and reasonable and fun. Now the prices are higher, and everything is a surcharge. $2 extra for noodles, $1 for small ice cream. Overall a sad decline into profit focus. Short sited. I won't go back as it is now.

Pros: good food

Cons: expensive, try to pad bill

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I have been a huge Ginza fan for years but lately the prices have risen and the quality has not. The management is too busy trying to make a profit to realize that the fanbase is dwindling. The manager is too much of a salesman not enough of a businessman. Food is decent at best but location is good and there are not a lot of other choices in the area. Coming from a major city where Asian restaurants dominate the streets, Ginza's hook is the Hibachi tables, which only one other local restaurant has.

2
★★★★☆

I have been a huge Ginza fan for years but lately the prices have risen and the quality has not. The management is too busy trying to make a profit to realize that the fanbase is dwindling. The manager is too much of a salesman not enough of a businessman. Food is decent at best but location is good and there are not a lot of other choices in the area. Coming from a major city where Asian restaurants dominate the streets, Ginza's hook is the Hibachi tables, which only one other local restaurant has.

Pros: service, parking

Cons: overpriced, manager

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Coming from Atlanta, with Soto and Edo experience, this place was ok. The waitress didn't have a clue when we ordered in Japanese and still didn't understand us when we spoke english. The specialty roll was ok. not worth the $12 we paid. But if you are new to CT (like we are) and are having sushi withdrawls, this is a safe place to eat. Expensive but safe. The manager was wonderful. All in all, the sushi was ok, the eel was somewhat warm, but none of it mouth water, which at these prices, it should be.

2
★★★★☆

Coming from Atlanta, with Soto and Edo experience, this place was ok. The waitress didn't have a clue when we ordered in Japanese and still didn't understand us when we spoke english. The specialty roll was ok. not worth the $12 we paid. But if you are new to CT (like we are) and are having sushi withdrawls, this is a safe place to eat. Expensive but safe. The manager was wonderful. All in all, the sushi was ok, the eel was somewhat warm, but none of it mouth water, which at these prices, it should be.

Pros: Manager, Parking avaible, No Wait

Cons: , Too expensive

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Japanese restaurants are becoming ubiquitous in the Hartford area, but Ginza still stands head and shoulders above most. Whether you prefer the show from a hibachi-side seat or the intimacy of a private shoji screen room, Ginza offers…

 

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