Sushi-Huku Japanese Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 6300 Powers Ferry Rd NW

    Atlanta, GA 30339

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  • 770-956-9559

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Two of my friends and myself had a girls night out recently. We decide on Sushi Huku based on the rave reviews.\r
We walk in and yes, it was crowded, but there were open tables. The greeter told us they were reserved for people with

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★★★★★

Two of my friends and myself had a girls night out recently. We decide on Sushi Huku based on the rave reviews.\r
We walk in and yes, it was crowded, but there were open tables. The greeter told us they were reserved for people with

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i came to sushi huku and fell in love with sushi . try their omakase and you'll be back. kinda expensive but well worth it

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★★★★★

i came to sushi huku and fell in love with sushi . try their omakase and you'll be back. kinda expensive but well worth it

Pros: very fresh fish

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I am really not a sushi fan, but when my sister brought me here, I became one. It's not just a few pieces of fish - it was art on a plate. The atmosphere was also definitely a plus.

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★★★★☆

I am really not a sushi fan, but when my sister brought me here, I became one. It's not just a few pieces of fish - it was art on a plate. The atmosphere was also definitely a plus.

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If you are looking for great food and great people you dont want to miss this place. 2nd oldest Japanese Rest in Atlanta. Rich in history and food

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★★★★★

If you are looking for great food and great people you dont want to miss this place. 2nd oldest Japanese Rest in Atlanta. Rich in history and food

Pros: True Japanese Restaurant

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When on this side of town i make sure i stop by especially for their famous Sakies. You will be a happy person by the time you are done with a few shots.

5
★★★★★

When on this side of town i make sure i stop by especially for their famous Sakies. You will be a happy person by the time you are done with a few shots.

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Great Sushi

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★★★★☆

Great Sushi

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Just by pure luck discovered Shushi-Huku in 2001. Since then ownership changed twice, and it is one of the oldest running restaurants in the area.

The new crew brought this little jewel to it's highest standards since I became a believer.
Jay-san (sushi-chef), Brendon-san (sushi-man), the kimono cladded hostesses: most lovely and witty Kathy-san and the inefable Aiko-san (the lady HAS a sense of humor) give this place an endearing touch, Always greeting patrons in and out with traditional enthusiasm.

I live in The Netherlands and travel 80% of my time on international business.

When in Atlanta Sushi-Huku is the restaurant of choice for a relaxed, healthy, always top quality meal.

Unlike other self-proclaimed sushi restaurants in the area, you will find here patrons of japanese origen - always a good sign.
Typical engineer, to contrast my hypothesis, brought a japanese colleague to Sushi Huku, he was delighted and commented: This is exactly like a traditional/classic sushi place in a small town (not Tokyo!) in Japan! A taste from home.

The Price/value ratio is as expected. The quality is second to none (ask Jay to bring out a fresh blue-fin tuna!) they source their fish in the traditional way: full fish, no filet.
I've ate sushi almost everywhere from Argentina to Netherlands, from Chile to Indonesia: Sushi-Huku is the real thing.

They also carry a fantastic selection of traditional japanese food, abundant and always cooked to perfection.

abel.

PS1: they keep the strict traditional japanese culinary rules, i.e. no ketchup/mayo or other atrocities on their sushi
PS2: if you want to really impress a spouse/friend this is the business

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★★★★★

Just by pure luck discovered Shushi-Huku in 2001. Since then ownership changed twice, and it is one of the oldest running restaurants in the area.

The new crew brought this little jewel to it's highest standards since I became a believer.
Jay-san (sushi-chef), Brendon-san (sushi-man), the kimono cladded hostesses: most lovely and witty Kathy-san and the inefable Aiko-san (the lady HAS a sense of humor) give this place an endearing touch, Always greeting patrons in and out with traditional enthusiasm.

I live in The Netherlands and travel 80% of my time on international business.

When in Atlanta Sushi-Huku is the restaurant of choice for a relaxed, healthy, always top quality meal.

Unlike other self-proclaimed sushi restaurants in the area, you will find here patrons of japanese origen - always a good sign.
Typical engineer, to contrast my hypothesis, brought a japanese colleague to Sushi Huku, he was delighted and commented: This is exactly like a traditional/classic sushi place in a small town (not Tokyo!) in Japan! A taste from home.

The Price/value ratio is as expected. The quality is second to none (ask Jay to bring out a fresh blue-fin tuna!) they source their fish in the traditional way: full fish, no filet.
I've ate sushi almost everywhere from Argentina to Netherlands, from Chile to Indonesia: Sushi-Huku is the real thing.

They also carry a fantastic selection of traditional japanese food, abundant and always cooked to perfection.

abel.

PS1: they keep the strict traditional japanese culinary rules, i.e. no ketchup/mayo or other atrocities on their sushi
PS2: if you want to really impress a spouse/friend this is the business

Pros: Fresh, clean, crisp, honest sushi bar and restaurant

Cons: Still looking for one! Can't find any.

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The Chicken was so juicy and the Sushi was so good. The servings were great not to much but not to little.

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★★★★★

The Chicken was so juicy and the Sushi was so good. The servings were great not to much but not to little.

Pros: awesome Terryaki Chicken

Cons: nothing

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This place has the BEST and most fresh sushi ever! i especially enjoy having the chef jay prepare whatever is the freshest and then he can fill you in on where the fish is from, why it's fresh... he seems to know his stuff and i always feel like the relationship we have is what a japanese restaurant is supposed to feel like. beyond the sushi, the rolls are just amazing here. the sauce is very tasteful but does not overpower and all of it comes together in a mouth full of mmmm. i'm craving it as i write this review!

service is great and friendly. great place for a date since the women dress up in kimonos, there's also cool private dining areas. i give this place my two thumbs up as the BEST sushi place i've ever tried and cant wait for jay's next recommendations... which will probably be tonight

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★★★★★

This place has the BEST and most fresh sushi ever! i especially enjoy having the chef jay prepare whatever is the freshest and then he can fill you in on where the fish is from, why it's fresh... he seems to know his stuff and i always feel like the relationship we have is what a japanese restaurant is supposed to feel like. beyond the sushi, the rolls are just amazing here. the sauce is very tasteful but does not overpower and all of it comes together in a mouth full of mmmm. i'm craving it as i write this review!

service is great and friendly. great place for a date since the women dress up in kimonos, there's also cool private dining areas. i give this place my two thumbs up as the BEST sushi place i've ever tried and cant wait for jay's next recommendations... which will probably be tonight

Pros: best fresh sushi esp uni, really good rolls, A+++ food

Cons: gets a bit packed but that's a good thing

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This sushi place is awesome. It was literally the best sushi I've ever had. Some sushi I've had elsewhere have been sub-par or not fresh, but this place had very fresh sushi and it tasted great. The customer service was great and quick, very polite and accommodating. They really cared about the customers, constantly making sure that I was taken care of. If you miss this place, you're missing out.

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★★★★★

This sushi place is awesome. It was literally the best sushi I've ever had. Some sushi I've had elsewhere have been sub-par or not fresh, but this place had very fresh sushi and it tasted great. The customer service was great and quick, very polite and accommodating. They really cared about the customers, constantly making sure that I was taken care of. If you miss this place, you're missing out.

Pros: Service

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i know how it is to read rants &ravings, and when you dine there yourself, you're dismayed. People have such different tastes, i understand that. but the disparity in MY dining experience to those of the avid. Ugh i feel fooled too often.

Sushi huku is definitely worth my first rant on citysearch! (beat that) I was visiting atl and wanted a nice jap restaurant (regardless any price) and a friend led me to this place and the reviews werent that bad. The restaurant is literally hidden and even then, there was a line. Good sign #1. Once we walked in, the sushi chefs yelled out something in japanese and ladies in kimonos came to greet us. Surprise #1.

The place is niche and homey with awesome private rooms where people seem to elevate from their seats COOL #1. Once seated we got hot towels to wash up. GREAT sign #2. We sat at the sushi bar and the sushi chef told us the fresh fish of the day and even while we dined, gave us background info on how everything was prepared COOL #2.

On to the food or mouth luxuries as this would be. the sushi was the freshest I've ever eaten (i eat a lot of sushi too). it literally melted in my mouth and it was like pringles after that. (once you pop, cant stop). I had the pink lady roll and that was AH MAZING! the sauce is just right. tangy, sweet, spicy but not at all overpowering. then you get the nice crunch in between the rightly seasoned sushi rice and all of the tastes dancing in my mouth. My friend and i shared a salmon collar bone. That was to die for. The sushi chef was delighting in my oos and aahs and offered to make me something special. it had cream cheese, salmon, cucumber and a few other things but REALLY REALLY GOOD! Best rolls ever hands down. (i come from LA and SF, that's big!)

I ranted to the owner, youngest sushi chef about how good the food was (they have a wall of fan photos including famous celebs & CEOs who dine there regularly). believe the hype. you'll love it. THE ROLLS!
- avid fan

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★★★★★

i know how it is to read rants &ravings, and when you dine there yourself, you're dismayed. People have such different tastes, i understand that. but the disparity in MY dining experience to those of the avid. Ugh i feel fooled too often.

Sushi huku is definitely worth my first rant on citysearch! (beat that) I was visiting atl and wanted a nice jap restaurant (regardless any price) and a friend led me to this place and the reviews werent that bad. The restaurant is literally hidden and even then, there was a line. Good sign #1. Once we walked in, the sushi chefs yelled out something in japanese and ladies in kimonos came to greet us. Surprise #1.

The place is niche and homey with awesome private rooms where people seem to elevate from their seats COOL #1. Once seated we got hot towels to wash up. GREAT sign #2. We sat at the sushi bar and the sushi chef told us the fresh fish of the day and even while we dined, gave us background info on how everything was prepared COOL #2.

On to the food or mouth luxuries as this would be. the sushi was the freshest I've ever eaten (i eat a lot of sushi too). it literally melted in my mouth and it was like pringles after that. (once you pop, cant stop). I had the pink lady roll and that was AH MAZING! the sauce is just right. tangy, sweet, spicy but not at all overpowering. then you get the nice crunch in between the rightly seasoned sushi rice and all of the tastes dancing in my mouth. My friend and i shared a salmon collar bone. That was to die for. The sushi chef was delighting in my oos and aahs and offered to make me something special. it had cream cheese, salmon, cucumber and a few other things but REALLY REALLY GOOD! Best rolls ever hands down. (i come from LA and SF, that's big!)

I ranted to the owner, youngest sushi chef about how good the food was (they have a wall of fan photos including famous celebs & CEOs who dine there regularly). believe the hype. you'll love it. THE ROLLS!
- avid fan

Pros: Unique service (servers in kimonos), plenty parking, very cool privite rooms, and AMAZING FOOD!

Cons: can be a bit pricey compared to other places but you really do get value

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Dining at Sushi Huku was an excellent experience overall. As a avid lover of Japanese cuisine, Sushi Huku was a surprise diamond in the rough. They had some really great kitchen food as well as various beverages. What really sold Sushi Huku to me were the special rolls that they had. The various ingredients that went into make up a roll went very well together creating a unique and pleasant taste that I was never able to experience before. Tiger roll, one of the rolls served at sushi huku, truly exemplified the wonders created by being creative with your ingredients.

Not to say that Sushi Huku is all fusion. From the oriental interior design to the authentic kimono wearing servers, this place screams tradtional Japanese. Their regular menu, sans the special rolls, consists of traditional sashimi and sushi, made from the freshest fishes I've seen. Their kitchen menu also reflects this character with various choices of traditional japanese appetizers not seen in most japanese restaurants in the u.s.

I also really appreciate the homeliness of this restaurant. The servers are very attentive to you needs, and genuinely care about their customer. You can tell that the sushi men are very passionate about their work with them happily sharing background knowledge about the food being served. They make you feel very much at home with and the whole dining experience is something that I will definitely relive many more times in the future.

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★★★★★

Dining at Sushi Huku was an excellent experience overall. As a avid lover of Japanese cuisine, Sushi Huku was a surprise diamond in the rough. They had some really great kitchen food as well as various beverages. What really sold Sushi Huku to me were the special rolls that they had. The various ingredients that went into make up a roll went very well together creating a unique and pleasant taste that I was never able to experience before. Tiger roll, one of the rolls served at sushi huku, truly exemplified the wonders created by being creative with your ingredients.

Not to say that Sushi Huku is all fusion. From the oriental interior design to the authentic kimono wearing servers, this place screams tradtional Japanese. Their regular menu, sans the special rolls, consists of traditional sashimi and sushi, made from the freshest fishes I've seen. Their kitchen menu also reflects this character with various choices of traditional japanese appetizers not seen in most japanese restaurants in the u.s.

I also really appreciate the homeliness of this restaurant. The servers are very attentive to you needs, and genuinely care about their customer. You can tell that the sushi men are very passionate about their work with them happily sharing background knowledge about the food being served. They make you feel very much at home with and the whole dining experience is something that I will definitely relive many more times in the future.

Pros: Food, People, Ambiance were all above and beyond even the more famous japanese restaurants I've been to

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sushi huku has the best japanese traditional and fusion japanese food hands down. If you know sushi then this is a MUST try!!!! if you havent eaten here then you havent eaten real sushi. from the kitchen to the sushi bar to the waitresses, it is all top notch. The most japanese customers in ANY japanese restaurant EVER!!!!!! just some proof that they are the best. the sushi chefs are serious professional high-end chefs! not your average "i dont like coming to work" chefs!! You MUST try this place! I'm from the west coast and i have not tried a better place than this and i have gone to over a hundred different japanese restaurants!!!!!! watch out for sushi huku because its going to be famous nation wide! GUARANTEED!!!!!!!!!!

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★★★★★

sushi huku has the best japanese traditional and fusion japanese food hands down. If you know sushi then this is a MUST try!!!! if you havent eaten here then you havent eaten real sushi. from the kitchen to the sushi bar to the waitresses, it is all top notch. The most japanese customers in ANY japanese restaurant EVER!!!!!! just some proof that they are the best. the sushi chefs are serious professional high-end chefs! not your average "i dont like coming to work" chefs!! You MUST try this place! I'm from the west coast and i have not tried a better place than this and i have gone to over a hundred different japanese restaurants!!!!!! watch out for sushi huku because its going to be famous nation wide! GUARANTEED!!!!!!!!!!

Pros: best japanese food in georgia

Cons: reservations are crucial if you want a certain type of seating

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The service is phenomenal and the sushi chefs serve only the best quality fish in town. The restaurant has a very cozy, authentic atmosphere and they serve mainly traditional Japanese food as well as as rolls with a fusion twist. If you appreciate top quality fresh sushi, this place is sure to be one of your favorite spots in town.

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★★★★★

The service is phenomenal and the sushi chefs serve only the best quality fish in town. The restaurant has a very cozy, authentic atmosphere and they serve mainly traditional Japanese food as well as as rolls with a fusion twist. If you appreciate top quality fresh sushi, this place is sure to be one of your favorite spots in town.

Pros: Quality and freshness of food, service, authentic ambience

Cons: none

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I love this place, I think they have the best sushi in Atlanta! I have had other sushi at other restaurants and nothing compares.. at least not yet! Now I understand that some people may have had a bad experience, but with most restaurants they have good days and bad days. I love this place and will take a drive 45min just to grab something to-go.. LOVE IT, LOVE IT,LOVE IT. (by the way i run a restaurant myself and my bestfriend is a health inspector so we are the hardest critics out there!)

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★★★★★

I love this place, I think they have the best sushi in Atlanta! I have had other sushi at other restaurants and nothing compares.. at least not yet! Now I understand that some people may have had a bad experience, but with most restaurants they have good days and bad days. I love this place and will take a drive 45min just to grab something to-go.. LOVE IT, LOVE IT,LOVE IT. (by the way i run a restaurant myself and my bestfriend is a health inspector so we are the hardest critics out there!)

Pros: Great Food, Appear Clean(health score), Great Ambience

Cons: small parking lot, small cozy so the staff may have a few flubs when the get busy.. Patience is the Key

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Sushi was only okay and very expensive for small rolls. At least 4 different groups that came in after us left before we even got our food. We waited half hour for a table. A couple with a baby came in 5 minutes before we were seated and got seated right after us. They received their dinner before we even ordered. One of the sushi rolls on platter was wrong, so the waitress removed the entire plate to take it off. Too bad this got rave reviews - atmosphere was great. Hard to beleive they provide food for Ritz Carlton and got great reviews from Zagat.

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★☆☆☆☆

Sushi was only okay and very expensive for small rolls. At least 4 different groups that came in after us left before we even got our food. We waited half hour for a table. A couple with a baby came in 5 minutes before we were seated and got seated right after us. They received their dinner before we even ordered. One of the sushi rolls on platter was wrong, so the waitress removed the entire plate to take it off. Too bad this got rave reviews - atmosphere was great. Hard to beleive they provide food for Ritz Carlton and got great reviews from Zagat.

Pros: atmosphere

Cons: service and value

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This was the best sushi I have had in a while. Great service, great chef, an overall great experience. Make a reservation on friday/saturday night. The restaurant is small.

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★★★★★

This was the best sushi I have had in a while. Great service, great chef, an overall great experience. Make a reservation on friday/saturday night. The restaurant is small.

Pros: Service, food

Cons: Size of restaurant

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This is probably one of the best sushi restaurants in Atlanta. I still dream about the sushi and I found out my friend does, too. I love salmon sushi and the size of the salmon was very generous compared to other sushi I've tried. And we loved the service - our waitress was great and so was the sushi chef. He even made a special recommendation just for us, I assume based on our other sushi orders. This is definitely a place we will return to!! Just remember to make reservations, esp. if you want a booth seat.

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★★★★★

This is probably one of the best sushi restaurants in Atlanta. I still dream about the sushi and I found out my friend does, too. I love salmon sushi and the size of the salmon was very generous compared to other sushi I've tried. And we loved the service - our waitress was great and so was the sushi chef. He even made a special recommendation just for us, I assume based on our other sushi orders. This is definitely a place we will return to!! Just remember to make reservations, esp. if you want a booth seat.

Pros: Sushi quality, variety, service

Cons: None

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I tried this place out after running out of other sushi places to go to in the area, and it wasn't that far from where I live. On approaching the restaurant, I was pleasantly surprised by how they've adapted a Japanese motif to the exterior of a would be otherwise boring brick building. Walking in, I knew this place would be good and palatable. The diners inside were actively conversing, obviously enjoying their company as well as the food. The waitstaff, dressed in kimono, were running around attentively.

We sat at the sushi bar, since the tables were full. The sushi chefs were all Japanese, and the head chef was extremely gregarious and inviting. I instantly felt that this is how a sushi place should be: actively engaging of all senses, not just the palate.

We ordered our sushi before I ordered my kitsune soba, so it was made right away. We enjoyed our hot hand towels and a cup of green tea in the usual Japanese style. The server was obviously very busy with all of her customers, so it took a little while before she could take our order, but when it arrived, the soba was delicious and the broth was equally satisfying. The sushi was fresh, albeit a little rushed in the rolling, but I'm picky about presentation. Sitting on either side of us, customers were clearly enjoying every morsel of sashimi that the chef had confidently recommended.

We left full and happy, and vowed to return again very soon. So good to know that I don't have to go all the way downtown to eat at MF Sushi and also for an even more enjoyable experience.

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★★★★★

I tried this place out after running out of other sushi places to go to in the area, and it wasn't that far from where I live. On approaching the restaurant, I was pleasantly surprised by how they've adapted a Japanese motif to the exterior of a would be otherwise boring brick building. Walking in, I knew this place would be good and palatable. The diners inside were actively conversing, obviously enjoying their company as well as the food. The waitstaff, dressed in kimono, were running around attentively.

We sat at the sushi bar, since the tables were full. The sushi chefs were all Japanese, and the head chef was extremely gregarious and inviting. I instantly felt that this is how a sushi place should be: actively engaging of all senses, not just the palate.

We ordered our sushi before I ordered my kitsune soba, so it was made right away. We enjoyed our hot hand towels and a cup of green tea in the usual Japanese style. The server was obviously very busy with all of her customers, so it took a little while before she could take our order, but when it arrived, the soba was delicious and the broth was equally satisfying. The sushi was fresh, albeit a little rushed in the rolling, but I'm picky about presentation. Sitting on either side of us, customers were clearly enjoying every morsel of sashimi that the chef had confidently recommended.

We left full and happy, and vowed to return again very soon. So good to know that I don't have to go all the way downtown to eat at MF Sushi and also for an even more enjoyable experience.

Pros: freshness of ingredients, attentiveness of sushi chef

Cons: can be busy

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I love Sushi Huku though I do not get there enough. Authentic and tasty I love it because they sometime just send little things they think you may like to the table (and I usually like them!) Very fresh and very charming establishment. They even supply the sushi for brunch at the Ritz so you know thier sushi is top notch! All the staff is very nice also.

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★★★★★

I love Sushi Huku though I do not get there enough. Authentic and tasty I love it because they sometime just send little things they think you may like to the table (and I usually like them!) Very fresh and very charming establishment. They even supply the sushi for brunch at the Ritz so you know thier sushi is top notch! All the staff is very nice also.

Pros: Food and waitstaff

Cons: none

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I am from Japan and all of my Japanese friends agree that Sushi Fuku is the best Japanese restaurant in Atlanta. The Japanese food cannot be more authentic than this place. Many Japanese restaurants in Atlanta are run by non-Japanese Asians. Although such restaurant serve sushi, they are not real thing. Knowing how sich I can get from eating raw fish, I only eat sushi which is made of fresh fish and prepared by qualified sushi chef. In other word, I only eat sushi at Sushi Fuku here in Atlanta. I also love their appetizer dishes which are only wirtten in Japanese. They are very authentic and taste wonderful. If you want to eat real Japanese food, go to this restaurant.

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★★★★★

I am from Japan and all of my Japanese friends agree that Sushi Fuku is the best Japanese restaurant in Atlanta. The Japanese food cannot be more authentic than this place. Many Japanese restaurants in Atlanta are run by non-Japanese Asians. Although such restaurant serve sushi, they are not real thing. Knowing how sich I can get from eating raw fish, I only eat sushi which is made of fresh fish and prepared by qualified sushi chef. In other word, I only eat sushi at Sushi Fuku here in Atlanta. I also love their appetizer dishes which are only wirtten in Japanese. They are very authentic and taste wonderful. If you want to eat real Japanese food, go to this restaurant.

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great quality meat, but dollar wise... expensive for the quantity of the cuts. Too little meat for the sushi.

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★★★☆☆

great quality meat, but dollar wise... expensive for the quantity of the cuts. Too little meat for the sushi.

Pros: Quality Sushi, Fun Chief, Presentation

Cons: Price, Parking

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I grew up in Tokyo and have tried sushi all over the US. This is hands down the best Sushi in Atlanta and is the running for best in the country. Also, the other menu items they offer are completely authentic. They even have a Japanese menu which has less mainstream dishes that all the local Japanese business men order from.

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★★★★★

I grew up in Tokyo and have tried sushi all over the US. This is hands down the best Sushi in Atlanta and is the running for best in the country. Also, the other menu items they offer are completely authentic. They even have a Japanese menu which has less mainstream dishes that all the local Japanese business men order from.

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Very fresh Sushi. You can believe the ratings. It's a fairly small establishment, but the wait staff were very attentive.

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★★★★☆

Very fresh Sushi. You can believe the ratings. It's a fairly small establishment, but the wait staff were very attentive.

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Very good fresh sushi! Prompt service (although they don't speak a lick of english), my only complaint is they use too much avacodo in the rolls. I found myself taking it out since that was all I could taste. I would recommend this place if you like Sushi, I also like Sushi Mio on Roswell road which is a nice little dive!

2
★★★★★

Very good fresh sushi! Prompt service (although they don't speak a lick of english), my only complaint is they use too much avacodo in the rolls. I found myself taking it out since that was all I could taste. I would recommend this place if you like Sushi, I also like Sushi Mio on Roswell road which is a nice little dive!

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The chefs are great, the food is great, the best sushi in town.

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★★★★★

The chefs are great, the food is great, the best sushi in town.

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Steaming warm towels appear before the meal; cold towels and hot tea appear afterward. Small booths, suggestive of rice paper walls, make up most of the seating. Authentic or not, Sushi-Huku satisfies the Asian…

 

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