Saso's Japanese Noodle House

★★★☆☆

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As a Japanese native, I was very excited to try this restaurant. We had a little unexpected experience, however. Their sushi was very good; very authentic and creative. The noodle dishes, in spite of their name, were a different story. Tempura soba (buckwheat noodle in broth) was something I've never seen or tasted in Japan. Noodle was overcooked, and there was too much vegetables (including corns and green peas!) in it. And, even though the menu said "tempura" soba, this dish came with one tiny shrimp tempura. Another disappointing experience was their poor quality in customer service. We didn't get our sushi until the end (we ordered them as an appetizer), and it took our waitress for a good 15 min after we finished our meal to come to our table and ask how our dinner was. We didn't even get to ask for more green tea or water. --Overall, I recommen this restaurant to sushi lovers, but don't expect to get any authentic noodle or quick service!

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★★★☆☆

As a Japanese native, I was very excited to try this restaurant. We had a little unexpected experience, however. Their sushi was very good; very authentic and creative. The noodle dishes, in spite of their name, were a different story. Tempura soba (buckwheat noodle in broth) was something I've never seen or tasted in Japan. Noodle was overcooked, and there was too much vegetables (including corns and green peas!) in it. And, even though the menu said "tempura" soba, this dish came with one tiny shrimp tempura. Another disappointing experience was their poor quality in customer service. We didn't get our sushi until the end (we ordered them as an appetizer), and it took our waitress for a good 15 min after we finished our meal to come to our table and ask how our dinner was. We didn't even get to ask for more green tea or water. --Overall, I recommen this restaurant to sushi lovers, but don't expect to get any authentic noodle or quick service!

Pros: excellent sushi

Cons: Poor service, overpriced

 

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