Akashi Japanese Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 2528 High Point Rd

    Greensboro, NC 27403

    Map & Directions
  • 336-292-0884

About Akashi Japanese Restaurant

Hours
Mon. - Thu., Sun. 4pm - 9pm;Fri. - Sat. 4pm - 10pm
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Very rude owners!

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Very rude owners!

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I've never written a negative restaurant review online before, but my experience at Akashi was so bad that I felt like I had to warn others.

I went with a party of five other people. When we arrived at 6:30 on a Saturday evening, the

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★★★★★

I've never written a negative restaurant review online before, but my experience at Akashi was so bad that I felt like I had to warn others.

I went with a party of five other people. When we arrived at 6:30 on a Saturday evening, the

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Great Sushi by a very experienced Sushi Chef. Owned by a husband and wife (Husband is the chef and wife is the host). I was in Greensboro alone for business and looked at various sites for a good Sushi restaurant. I sat at the Sushi Bar and asked the chef to prepare a sushi and sashimi combo of whatever he thought was good. He presented me with a beautiful plate of both, and everything was great. The Wasabi was excellent and appeared to be homemade. Chef struck up a very nice conversation with me while a enjoyed my dinner. He gave me a nice bowl of excellent steamed rice to finish the meal. I also had a Salmon Skin roll, which I saw someone recommended somewhere on-line. It was very good, but I am not a fan of "cooked" sushi. Best of all, the meal was $25 with my Soda before tip .I have been to a lot of Sushi places all over the East Coast, and this one one of the most pleasant experiences I have had. Great owners and great sushi. The building is a bit tired, but do not let that stop you. I will be back the next time I am in Greensboro.

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★★★★☆

Great Sushi by a very experienced Sushi Chef. Owned by a husband and wife (Husband is the chef and wife is the host). I was in Greensboro alone for business and looked at various sites for a good Sushi restaurant. I sat at the Sushi Bar and asked the chef to prepare a sushi and sashimi combo of whatever he thought was good. He presented me with a beautiful plate of both, and everything was great. The Wasabi was excellent and appeared to be homemade. Chef struck up a very nice conversation with me while a enjoyed my dinner. He gave me a nice bowl of excellent steamed rice to finish the meal. I also had a Salmon Skin roll, which I saw someone recommended somewhere on-line. It was very good, but I am not a fan of "cooked" sushi. Best of all, the meal was $25 with my Soda before tip .I have been to a lot of Sushi places all over the East Coast, and this one one of the most pleasant experiences I have had. Great owners and great sushi. The building is a bit tired, but do not let that stop you. I will be back the next time I am in Greensboro.

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Great Sushi by a very experienced Sushi Chef. Owned by a husband and wife (Husband is the chef and wife is the host). I was in Greensboro alone for business and looked at various sites for a good Sushi restaurant. I sat at the Sushi Bar and asked the chef to prepare a sushi and sashimi combo of whatever he thought was good. He presented me with a beautiful plate of both, and everything was great. The Wasabi was excellent and appeared to be homemade. Chef struck up a very nice conversation with me while a enjoyed my dinner. He gave me a nice bowl of excellent steamed rice to finish the meal. I also had a Salmon Skin roll, which I saw someone recommended somewhere online. It was very good, but I am not a fan of "cooked" sushi.

Best of all, the meal was $25 with my Soda before tip .

I have been to a lot of Sushi places all over the East Coast, and this one one of the most pleasant experiences I have had. Great owners and great sushi. The building is a bit tired, but do not let that stop you. I will be back the next time I am in Greensboro.

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★★★★★

Great Sushi by a very experienced Sushi Chef. Owned by a husband and wife (Husband is the chef and wife is the host). I was in Greensboro alone for business and looked at various sites for a good Sushi restaurant. I sat at the Sushi Bar and asked the chef to prepare a sushi and sashimi combo of whatever he thought was good. He presented me with a beautiful plate of both, and everything was great. The Wasabi was excellent and appeared to be homemade. Chef struck up a very nice conversation with me while a enjoyed my dinner. He gave me a nice bowl of excellent steamed rice to finish the meal. I also had a Salmon Skin roll, which I saw someone recommended somewhere online. It was very good, but I am not a fan of "cooked" sushi.

Best of all, the meal was $25 with my Soda before tip .

I have been to a lot of Sushi places all over the East Coast, and this one one of the most pleasant experiences I have had. Great owners and great sushi. The building is a bit tired, but do not let that stop you. I will be back the next time I am in Greensboro.

Pros: Experienced Sushi Chef and Family Owned

Cons: Not the best location

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This unpretentious little restaurant is a wonderful place to get true Japanese food. The sushi is extraordinary, with lots of variety. The food is always fresh. The service is excellent. You simply will not be dissapointed!"

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★★★★★

This unpretentious little restaurant is a wonderful place to get true Japanese food. The sushi is extraordinary, with lots of variety. The food is always fresh. The service is excellent. You simply will not be dissapointed!"

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At first I was apprehensive about eating at this small Japanese Restaurant, because it is a small building that is hiding beside a gas station. But I assure you I have yet to regret my visit. I have since been a very loyal customer and encourage/recommend others to dine there. They have wonderful beef tataki, superb sushi, and a very nice atmosphere. The restaurant is owned by a husband and wife that do all of the cooking/preparing. If you want a great meal, eat here. I promise you will not regret it. Tell them Brandy sent you.

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★★★★★

At first I was apprehensive about eating at this small Japanese Restaurant, because it is a small building that is hiding beside a gas station. But I assure you I have yet to regret my visit. I have since been a very loyal customer and encourage/recommend others to dine there. They have wonderful beef tataki, superb sushi, and a very nice atmosphere. The restaurant is owned by a husband and wife that do all of the cooking/preparing. If you want a great meal, eat here. I promise you will not regret it. Tell them Brandy sent you.

 

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