Syun Japanese Restaurant

★★★★☆
One of America's Top Rated Japanese Restaurants
  • 209 Ne Lincoln St

    Hillsboro, OR 97124

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  • 503-640-3131

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This is my favorite lunch spot. Their lunch special includes their awesome salad and soup and is very reasonably priced. Their food is the best. When in doubt, get the special of the day.

5
★★★★★

This is my favorite lunch spot. Their lunch special includes their awesome salad and soup and is very reasonably priced. Their food is the best. When in doubt, get the special of the day.

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if you want sushi and willing to pay the top price, don't bother with any downtown places (chances are, I've already been there, and I like Syun's sushi better), go to this place, their sushi is the best in the state.

That said, here's why I can't give this place 5 stars:
- service: the servers are busy without accomplishing much. Hard to get their attention and when you do, they seem like you're bothering them. Whether you go with 2 others or 6 others, the food ALWAYS show up SLOW, very SLOW.
- space: this is a teeny tiny place.
- mediocre food: other than sushi, everything that's not sushi here is mediocre at best. Especially their tempura is particularly and always bad (I know it cuz someone at my table always has to order tempura and every time it's the same) - its breading/batter is VERY thick and oily, doesn't taste like the airy tempura batter one would expect and definitely not worth the price.

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★★★★☆

if you want sushi and willing to pay the top price, don't bother with any downtown places (chances are, I've already been there, and I like Syun's sushi better), go to this place, their sushi is the best in the state.

That said, here's why I can't give this place 5 stars:
- service: the servers are busy without accomplishing much. Hard to get their attention and when you do, they seem like you're bothering them. Whether you go with 2 others or 6 others, the food ALWAYS show up SLOW, very SLOW.
- space: this is a teeny tiny place.
- mediocre food: other than sushi, everything that's not sushi here is mediocre at best. Especially their tempura is particularly and always bad (I know it cuz someone at my table always has to order tempura and every time it's the same) - its breading/batter is VERY thick and oily, doesn't taste like the airy tempura batter one would expect and definitely not worth the price.

Pros: sushi is incredible

Cons: how about everything else?

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Make reservations if you can because this place gets really crowded on weekends. We love going on weekdays. We order about 5 rolls, that comes with an amazing salad and Miso soup all for under $25!

2
★★★★☆

Make reservations if you can because this place gets really crowded on weekends. We love going on weekdays. We order about 5 rolls, that comes with an amazing salad and Miso soup all for under $25!

Pros: high quality sushi and wonderful dinners

Cons: too many people know about it so it is busy!

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My friends and I went over to this place to grab some great sushi and drinks with not a huge expectation. This place is hidden off the street and doesn't look like much from the outside but I was ashamed by my observation because the food and staff are wonderful. We had light beer, sushi, and desert. From start to finish, this place was wonderful. The server was sweet and funny. She was on top of getting whatever we needed. The food was delicious and gorgeous when it made it to our table. I can't say enough. I have already tried to figure out when I can go back and I just went last week :)

2
★★★★★

My friends and I went over to this place to grab some great sushi and drinks with not a huge expectation. This place is hidden off the street and doesn't look like much from the outside but I was ashamed by my observation because the food and staff are wonderful. We had light beer, sushi, and desert. From start to finish, this place was wonderful. The server was sweet and funny. She was on top of getting whatever we needed. The food was delicious and gorgeous when it made it to our table. I can't say enough. I have already tried to figure out when I can go back and I just went last week :)

Pros: Excellent sushi

Cons: Not a big enough stomach to eat everything

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they have very quality and good taste and traditional japanese style sushi. I couldn't complain with any food that day we order several dishes. that was great food. only one thing, food portion was little small.

2
★★★★★

they have very quality and good taste and traditional japanese style sushi. I couldn't complain with any food that day we order several dishes. that was great food. only one thing, food portion was little small.

Pros: great food.

Cons: pricy, street parking

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It's like being in Japan. Beautiful and delicious food... attentive but unobtrusive service. They also have a wonderful and extensive list of Saki. They are a bit on the "spendy" side, but worth every penny. If you want an authentic Tokyo experience right here at home, give Syun Izakaya a try!

5
★★★★★

It's like being in Japan. Beautiful and delicious food... attentive but unobtrusive service. They also have a wonderful and extensive list of Saki. They are a bit on the "spendy" side, but worth every penny. If you want an authentic Tokyo experience right here at home, give Syun Izakaya a try!

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I have tried many sushi restaurants in portland and surrounding areas. Syun serves the best sushi in my opinion. The ingredients are always very fresh and are presented beautifully. There is always an interesting sushi special to try. The service is excellent and very friendly. The atmposphere and decor is also wonderful. The price is a little more expensive than others, but there is a good reason for that. Whenever I visit another sushi restaurant I judge them against Syun. I have yet to find another restaurant that does a better job than Syun. I simply love it. Thanks!

2
★★★★★

I have tried many sushi restaurants in portland and surrounding areas. Syun serves the best sushi in my opinion. The ingredients are always very fresh and are presented beautifully. There is always an interesting sushi special to try. The service is excellent and very friendly. The atmposphere and decor is also wonderful. The price is a little more expensive than others, but there is a good reason for that. Whenever I visit another sushi restaurant I judge them against Syun. I have yet to find another restaurant that does a better job than Syun. I simply love it. Thanks!

Pros: Excellent Service, very fresh, great atmosphere

Cons: I only wish they were open for lunch on weekends.

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This is authentic Japanese at its best, and you don??t have to travel to Tokyo!
Words do not convey the quality of food at this establishment, nor the excellent service. This is Hillsboro??s best kept secret! Sssh ? Don??t say a word!

2
★★★★★

This is authentic Japanese at its best, and you don??t have to travel to Tokyo!
Words do not convey the quality of food at this establishment, nor the excellent service. This is Hillsboro??s best kept secret! Sssh ? Don??t say a word!

Pros: Great service, the best place for food and atmosphere

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My friends talked us into this place on New Years eve and from the outside, I honestly was not expecting much. How can you expect good sushi inside of an old library? Well, what I found was a menu full of offerings not found elsewhere and some of the most phenomenal sushi I have ever had. That night we tried Wild Salmon (beautiful), Geoduck (interesting but not for me), Amberjack (outstanding), Scallops (perfect), Braised Pork (Tender), crab, shrimp, chicken, a rice ball, the most perfect tempura I have ever eaten, a great sake menu, seriously, I could go on for hours about the flavors and quality of the food. You have to try it!

Now comes the complaint, it's minor. There were 7 of us there, they would not give us a split check, fine. I understand how that works. But then they would only accept 2 credit cards from us, even though there were 4 seperate parties and none of us carry cash these days. They ultimately took 3 cards from us but charged us $1.50 to use the third card. I don't mind paying for my food but I'm not a fan of paying for the privilege of paying for my food.

This will not keep me from coming back in the future, I will just make sure I go to an ATM before I go.

2
★★★★★

My friends talked us into this place on New Years eve and from the outside, I honestly was not expecting much. How can you expect good sushi inside of an old library? Well, what I found was a menu full of offerings not found elsewhere and some of the most phenomenal sushi I have ever had. That night we tried Wild Salmon (beautiful), Geoduck (interesting but not for me), Amberjack (outstanding), Scallops (perfect), Braised Pork (Tender), crab, shrimp, chicken, a rice ball, the most perfect tempura I have ever eaten, a great sake menu, seriously, I could go on for hours about the flavors and quality of the food. You have to try it!

Now comes the complaint, it's minor. There were 7 of us there, they would not give us a split check, fine. I understand how that works. But then they would only accept 2 credit cards from us, even though there were 4 seperate parties and none of us carry cash these days. They ultimately took 3 cards from us but charged us $1.50 to use the third card. I don't mind paying for my food but I'm not a fan of paying for the privilege of paying for my food.

This will not keep me from coming back in the future, I will just make sure I go to an ATM before I go.

Pros: Amazing sushi, broad spectrum of Saki

Cons: Passing business costs on to customers (minor issue)

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I'm from Japan and have tried numerous Japanese restaurants in Portland, (a majority of which are surprisingly good!), but I never would have known that the best Japanese restaurant in Oregon would be tucked away in the basement of a small building in Hillsboro. Although the location is nothing like the fancy Pearl District where Hiroshi and Sinju are located (both of which are wonderful restaurants), Syun offers an ideal menu based solely off of authentic Japanese izakaya food - food that is, for the most part, fried or grilled with the exception of sashimi. Izakaya food also is designed to go well with sake and beer for izakaya means, 'drink place'. Tempura and lightly fried fish, vegetables and meat thrive here but the difference between Syun and other Japanese restaurants is that Syun's menu features a wider array of delicious, beautiful and, often times, funky dishes for diners. Another fun and convenient aspect of Syun is that the menu is full of dishes designed to be shared in a more hors d'oeuvre like fashion as opposed to each person ordering one thing for themself. If in a group, try ordering six or seven different dishes to sample, and as for me, I have confidence in anything that comes from Syun's kitchen, so I order that day's specials. Specials are always a treasure, featuring delectables such as grilled saltwater fish with lemon and daikon, or wild shiitake sauteed in butter. The sashimi at Syun is always a knockout too. Well above everywhere else, Syun's food tantalizes the senses and will make you feel as though you are in Japan, if only for an hour or two.

2
★★★★★

I'm from Japan and have tried numerous Japanese restaurants in Portland, (a majority of which are surprisingly good!), but I never would have known that the best Japanese restaurant in Oregon would be tucked away in the basement of a small building in Hillsboro. Although the location is nothing like the fancy Pearl District where Hiroshi and Sinju are located (both of which are wonderful restaurants), Syun offers an ideal menu based solely off of authentic Japanese izakaya food - food that is, for the most part, fried or grilled with the exception of sashimi. Izakaya food also is designed to go well with sake and beer for izakaya means, 'drink place'. Tempura and lightly fried fish, vegetables and meat thrive here but the difference between Syun and other Japanese restaurants is that Syun's menu features a wider array of delicious, beautiful and, often times, funky dishes for diners. Another fun and convenient aspect of Syun is that the menu is full of dishes designed to be shared in a more hors d'oeuvre like fashion as opposed to each person ordering one thing for themself. If in a group, try ordering six or seven different dishes to sample, and as for me, I have confidence in anything that comes from Syun's kitchen, so I order that day's specials. Specials are always a treasure, featuring delectables such as grilled saltwater fish with lemon and daikon, or wild shiitake sauteed in butter. The sashimi at Syun is always a knockout too. Well above everywhere else, Syun's food tantalizes the senses and will make you feel as though you are in Japan, if only for an hour or two.

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Like others here we made the 40 minute drive from Portland and it was so very worth it! Their wide selection of dishes makes ordering and sharing a really fun and interesting experience. I was floored by the fatty tuna nigiri, it was some of the best I have ever tried. Other standouts included the delicate and delicious chawanmushi (egg custard with prawns and shiitakes) and the chicken with pumpkin. The rainbow roll, while not the most unique dish on the menu, was really fresh and beautiful. Their sake selection is impressive, and their service was wonderful. Can't wait to go back.

2
★★★★★

Like others here we made the 40 minute drive from Portland and it was so very worth it! Their wide selection of dishes makes ordering and sharing a really fun and interesting experience. I was floored by the fatty tuna nigiri, it was some of the best I have ever tried. Other standouts included the delicate and delicious chawanmushi (egg custard with prawns and shiitakes) and the chicken with pumpkin. The rainbow roll, while not the most unique dish on the menu, was really fresh and beautiful. Their sake selection is impressive, and their service was wonderful. Can't wait to go back.

Pros: chawanmushi, fatty tuna, service, value, ambience

Cons: a bit of a drive

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The food is great but try to avoid the young male server he will strongly steer you away from items that you want to order. Listen dude, your Job is to serve people what they want; if we want your opinion we will ask for it, trust us.
Other than that the food is the best sushi I have ever had. Serious !!! The specials are original, the daikon salad is a great starter ask for it with no onions unless you love onions. I also really enjoyed the blue fin there.
Beware of the 30$ corking fee, but they are a sake bar right. Ambience is almost perfect.w

2
★★★★☆

The food is great but try to avoid the young male server he will strongly steer you away from items that you want to order. Listen dude, your Job is to serve people what they want; if we want your opinion we will ask for it, trust us.
Other than that the food is the best sushi I have ever had. Serious !!! The specials are original, the daikon salad is a great starter ask for it with no onions unless you love onions. I also really enjoyed the blue fin there.
Beware of the 30$ corking fee, but they are a sake bar right. Ambience is almost perfect.w

Pros: sooosh

Cons: Burns a huge hole in pocket

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This food reminds me of home - truly authentic Japanese! I get the okonomiyaki every time I come because it's so good and impossible to find anywhere else. The tempura is always fresh and crispy, the sashimi is fresh and delicious and their sushi is top-quality. The sake selection is wonderful and their sake specials are not to be missed if you are a sake lover or just want to try something new or different.

The only drawbacks are the location and the service. The service can be a little iffy due to the language barrier and the number of customers, but the service is usually good. The location is something that can't be helped, but having to drive all the way to outer Hillsboro is one reason I don't go there more often.

As for price, the last trip we took was around $80 including tip and that was for 3 people and one of their special sake offerings, so I don't consider that too extravagant, especially considering the quality and quantity. We spent close to 90 minutes enjoying our meal and never felt pressured to leave, so unless there is a huge line waiting to get in, you should feel comfortable lingering over your food and drinks.

2
★★★★☆

This food reminds me of home - truly authentic Japanese! I get the okonomiyaki every time I come because it's so good and impossible to find anywhere else. The tempura is always fresh and crispy, the sashimi is fresh and delicious and their sushi is top-quality. The sake selection is wonderful and their sake specials are not to be missed if you are a sake lover or just want to try something new or different.

The only drawbacks are the location and the service. The service can be a little iffy due to the language barrier and the number of customers, but the service is usually good. The location is something that can't be helped, but having to drive all the way to outer Hillsboro is one reason I don't go there more often.

As for price, the last trip we took was around $80 including tip and that was for 3 people and one of their special sake offerings, so I don't consider that too extravagant, especially considering the quality and quantity. We spent close to 90 minutes enjoying our meal and never felt pressured to leave, so unless there is a huge line waiting to get in, you should feel comfortable lingering over your food and drinks.

Pros: Excellent food, Great sake selection, Authenticity

Cons: Inconvenient location and occasionally slow/difficult service

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I've eaten around at a lot of other sushi restaurants... and a lot of japanese restaurants and can honestly say, this is the best place around. The staff can get a little rushed... and the food can get to your table a little on the slow side on a busy night... but, when you look around the room, you can understand why. I've sat and talked to the sushi chefs, and they make all of the sushi by hand. The sushi rolls are made with the best nori I have ever had. They use real crab which is hard to find. Fresh fish arrive almost daily and it shows in the quality of the fish. The best dishes they offer from the kitchen are Butasyoga (stir fried ginger pork), and the very simple ZaruSoba (cold buckwheat noodles with a cold dipping sauce). For those who love Sake`, this place is the best place for the best selection. There isn't a bad sake` on the menu! I wouldn't recommend the Sake` Sampler... $12 for three 2oz glasses is a little too steep for my tastes. But, when the small sizes for almost every sake` they have cost between $6 and $12 you can afford to try many different kinds. Keep the kids at home as the small restaurant only amplifies screams. The staff are all knowledgeable about sake` and the food, and if your server doesn't know the answer, one of the other employees will. I've eaten there many many times and I haven't found a single qualm about the place. I find that if you ALWAYS ALWAYS make a reservation, there will never be a problem getting in. I've seen this place busy on every different day of the week-- a testament as to the authenticity and success of this restaurant. I recommend it to everyone I see.

2
★★★★★

I've eaten around at a lot of other sushi restaurants... and a lot of japanese restaurants and can honestly say, this is the best place around. The staff can get a little rushed... and the food can get to your table a little on the slow side on a busy night... but, when you look around the room, you can understand why. I've sat and talked to the sushi chefs, and they make all of the sushi by hand. The sushi rolls are made with the best nori I have ever had. They use real crab which is hard to find. Fresh fish arrive almost daily and it shows in the quality of the fish. The best dishes they offer from the kitchen are Butasyoga (stir fried ginger pork), and the very simple ZaruSoba (cold buckwheat noodles with a cold dipping sauce). For those who love Sake`, this place is the best place for the best selection. There isn't a bad sake` on the menu! I wouldn't recommend the Sake` Sampler... $12 for three 2oz glasses is a little too steep for my tastes. But, when the small sizes for almost every sake` they have cost between $6 and $12 you can afford to try many different kinds. Keep the kids at home as the small restaurant only amplifies screams. The staff are all knowledgeable about sake` and the food, and if your server doesn't know the answer, one of the other employees will. I've eaten there many many times and I haven't found a single qualm about the place. I find that if you ALWAYS ALWAYS make a reservation, there will never be a problem getting in. I've seen this place busy on every different day of the week-- a testament as to the authenticity and success of this restaurant. I recommend it to everyone I see.

Pros: Authentic Japanese feel, Amazing Sushi, Great people!

Cons: Friday and Saturday nights between 6:30-8:00-- make a reservation lol.

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I've been in so many sushi restaurant in the northwest and syun is the best so far fresh sushi and good service add a good selection of sake, EXCELLENT!!!....

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★★★★★

I've been in so many sushi restaurant in the northwest and syun is the best so far fresh sushi and good service add a good selection of sake, EXCELLENT!!!....

Pros: Fresh and lots of SAKANA (fish) from japan

Cons: "NADA"

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I just moved to Oregon and need to find "my" sushi bar. This was my first experience with Portland sushi. After reading so many positive reviews of how authentic and wonderful this place was I had to go. However I wish I hadn't. The restaurant has a dreadfully slow and unfriendly waiting staff and chefs. Maybe if you sit at a table versus the bar your experience might be better. However I had to sit and look up at an unhappy, unsociable sushi chef. I tried many different types of fish sashimi and sushi. Perhaps I went on a bad day because the majority of the fish was not fresh. The hamachi was hard. The uni was runny. The atmosphere is unique and interesting. I enjoyed the ambiance of the restaurant but that?s about it. I?ve since tried Hiroshi and Hakatamon and enjoyed them.

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★☆☆☆☆

I just moved to Oregon and need to find "my" sushi bar. This was my first experience with Portland sushi. After reading so many positive reviews of how authentic and wonderful this place was I had to go. However I wish I hadn't. The restaurant has a dreadfully slow and unfriendly waiting staff and chefs. Maybe if you sit at a table versus the bar your experience might be better. However I had to sit and look up at an unhappy, unsociable sushi chef. I tried many different types of fish sashimi and sushi. Perhaps I went on a bad day because the majority of the fish was not fresh. The hamachi was hard. The uni was runny. The atmosphere is unique and interesting. I enjoyed the ambiance of the restaurant but that?s about it. I?ve since tried Hiroshi and Hakatamon and enjoyed them.

Pros: Cool atmospere

Cons: The food and service.

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Syun is the most authentic japanese restaurant in town, Murata and Hiroshi and Sinju in Pearl are the rest of the good sushi restaurant. Beer on tap, blue fin tuna, two grades of Toro and they made killer curry katsu, tasted just like the one I had in Osaka and Tokyo. Service sometimes can be slow, but totally worth the wait.

The only restaurant I am willing to drive over 40 mins for, leaving on the east side makes the commute long, but for good sushi its worth it!

2
★★★★★

Syun is the most authentic japanese restaurant in town, Murata and Hiroshi and Sinju in Pearl are the rest of the good sushi restaurant. Beer on tap, blue fin tuna, two grades of Toro and they made killer curry katsu, tasted just like the one I had in Osaka and Tokyo. Service sometimes can be slow, but totally worth the wait.

The only restaurant I am willing to drive over 40 mins for, leaving on the east side makes the commute long, but for good sushi its worth it!

Pros: Sushi, curry katsu, Nihon beer on tap and huge Sake menu!

Cons: Service sometimes can be slow, location middle of nowhere

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I didn't like the restaurant because the service was terribly bad. The waitress is unattentive; super slow food and drink services; the retaurant is not organized at all. The restaurant looks obviously severely short handed. The other customers who had waited for their orders also had the same opinion with me. I won't go back to this restaurant again. It totally doesn't worth it to visit when you live far. They make us feel uncomfortable. It's not the place to have a fine dine for sure.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I didn't like the restaurant because the service was terribly bad. The waitress is unattentive; super slow food and drink services; the retaurant is not organized at all. The restaurant looks obviously severely short handed. The other customers who had waited for their orders also had the same opinion with me. I won't go back to this restaurant again. It totally doesn't worth it to visit when you live far. They make us feel uncomfortable. It's not the place to have a fine dine for sure.

Pros: none

Cons: just don't want to pay to eat out there

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I went to Syun last night. i have eaten sushi for about 20 years. This place is the best by far. things were nice and fresh. Atmosphere was great. Friendly staff. They do want you to eat and run but thats because there are so many people wanting to get in. I will go back as soon as i can. Prices i thought were high tell i tried the sushi. Maybe i'll go for lunch today.

2
★★★★★

I went to Syun last night. i have eaten sushi for about 20 years. This place is the best by far. things were nice and fresh. Atmosphere was great. Friendly staff. They do want you to eat and run but thats because there are so many people wanting to get in. I will go back as soon as i can. Prices i thought were high tell i tried the sushi. Maybe i'll go for lunch today.

Pros: Sushi,price sushi,sushi and yes the sushi

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As far as sushi goes, I would rate it a 5 on a scale of 1-10. Nothing special about the nigiri or rolls. Adequate but certainly not impressive. The Hamachi Cheek was very good, the seaweed and tomato salad was fairly bland. The Sake selection is excellent, albeit pricier than most Japanese restaurants. Our waiter was attentive and knowledgeable. We were seated right away, as we had made a reservation. It was a Thursday night so probably not quite as busy as the weekend. The atmosphere was quaint. We sat in the back room, which was fine. However, the front room looks like it has more character and it's where all the action is, as the sushi bar is up front. They do have an extensive menu and the presentation is quite nice. Since there were only 2 of us, and we weren't starving, we didn't try a lot of different things. Some of which sounded fantastic. Overall, it may be worth trying again, simply for the other menu items. But for sushi alone, I'll stick with places closer to home in Portland.

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★★★☆☆

As far as sushi goes, I would rate it a 5 on a scale of 1-10. Nothing special about the nigiri or rolls. Adequate but certainly not impressive. The Hamachi Cheek was very good, the seaweed and tomato salad was fairly bland. The Sake selection is excellent, albeit pricier than most Japanese restaurants. Our waiter was attentive and knowledgeable. We were seated right away, as we had made a reservation. It was a Thursday night so probably not quite as busy as the weekend. The atmosphere was quaint. We sat in the back room, which was fine. However, the front room looks like it has more character and it's where all the action is, as the sushi bar is up front. They do have an extensive menu and the presentation is quite nice. Since there were only 2 of us, and we weren't starving, we didn't try a lot of different things. Some of which sounded fantastic. Overall, it may be worth trying again, simply for the other menu items. But for sushi alone, I'll stick with places closer to home in Portland.

Pros: Extensive menu, good service, eclectic atmosphere

Cons: Marginal sushi, expensive sake

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I enjoy sushi but only go out for sushi when my dining partners are picking the place. We went to Syun on Friday night and had a fantastic meal. It was probably the best sushi I've had. Fresh, good value (big roll with 8 pieces was around $8) and excellent presentation.

We started with the house salad which is served with a wonderful ginger dressing which I highly recommend. We then had a Rock and Roll, Dragon Roll and ????. All of them were very tasty.

We both tried the Sake sampler ($12) where you get 3 small glasses. I'm not a huge fan but this was a nice way to learn about the different types and tastes and I found myself order a full glass after getting a little buzz from the first round. I would have no problem sending friends to this authentic little place out in Hillsboro.

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★★★★★

I enjoy sushi but only go out for sushi when my dining partners are picking the place. We went to Syun on Friday night and had a fantastic meal. It was probably the best sushi I've had. Fresh, good value (big roll with 8 pieces was around $8) and excellent presentation.

We started with the house salad which is served with a wonderful ginger dressing which I highly recommend. We then had a Rock and Roll, Dragon Roll and ????. All of them were very tasty.

We both tried the Sake sampler ($12) where you get 3 small glasses. I'm not a huge fan but this was a nice way to learn about the different types and tastes and I found myself order a full glass after getting a little buzz from the first round. I would have no problem sending friends to this authentic little place out in Hillsboro.

Pros: Dragon Roll, ginger salad dressing

Cons: Bit cramped

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Totally worth every penny! Leave the little ones with a sitter, unless they love sushi. Get a seat in the corner and watch it all unfold as they prepare your sushi and you munch edamame and drink green tea. Yum. The nigiri is a little expensive, but the servings are really large and the fish is so fresh and so good! We even splurged on the tempura green tea ice cream and tempura banana. YUM!

2
★★★★★

Totally worth every penny! Leave the little ones with a sitter, unless they love sushi. Get a seat in the corner and watch it all unfold as they prepare your sushi and you munch edamame and drink green tea. Yum. The nigiri is a little expensive, but the servings are really large and the fish is so fresh and so good! We even splurged on the tempura green tea ice cream and tempura banana. YUM!

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This restaurant has excellent Japanese food. Sushi, sashimi and tempura are great. They also make a very delicious Chirashi, which is a bowl of brown rice with assorted sashimi on top. Unfortunately, their service is very poor. Their staff barely speaks English and when you order an item and they don?t understand they pretend that they do leaving room for misunderstandings and bad experiences. I used to go often to that restaurant because the food is so good that I was willing to bear with their staff pitfalls. One bad thing about Syun is that it doesn?t matter what time you go there the staff is always doing things to rush you and make you feel that you have to eat quick and leave. Last time I went to Syun I had a nasty experience. Even though we were still eating we were asked to leave. We arrived at 2:45 pm to the restaurant the staff people were asking us to leave at 2:00 pm. That was very rude. My advise to you: If you like traditional Japanese cuisine you have to try Syun. In my opinion one of the best in town. If you appreciate good restaurant service and want to take your time and enjoy your food slowly in the best Japanese tradition?do not go to Syun, you?ll be disappointed by their staff making you feel that you have to eat fast in order to allow other people to seat.

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★★☆☆☆

This restaurant has excellent Japanese food. Sushi, sashimi and tempura are great. They also make a very delicious Chirashi, which is a bowl of brown rice with assorted sashimi on top. Unfortunately, their service is very poor. Their staff barely speaks English and when you order an item and they don?t understand they pretend that they do leaving room for misunderstandings and bad experiences. I used to go often to that restaurant because the food is so good that I was willing to bear with their staff pitfalls. One bad thing about Syun is that it doesn?t matter what time you go there the staff is always doing things to rush you and make you feel that you have to eat quick and leave. Last time I went to Syun I had a nasty experience. Even though we were still eating we were asked to leave. We arrived at 2:45 pm to the restaurant the staff people were asking us to leave at 2:00 pm. That was very rude. My advise to you: If you like traditional Japanese cuisine you have to try Syun. In my opinion one of the best in town. If you appreciate good restaurant service and want to take your time and enjoy your food slowly in the best Japanese tradition?do not go to Syun, you?ll be disappointed by their staff making you feel that you have to eat fast in order to allow other people to seat.

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take your one year old to Chuck E. Cheese or McDonald's. If you can afford to eat sushi you can afford a baby sitter.

2
★★★★★

take your one year old to Chuck E. Cheese or McDonald's. If you can afford to eat sushi you can afford a baby sitter.

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This comment is specifically for "sumdumpkid": With your ignorance response below, you are not allowed to be on this blog. Just to remind you, this blog is for useful comments/inputs to other, not ignorance "kids" for you. Sounded like "chuck'n cheese" is your favorite place then that where you should belong, this blog is for educated adults/customers. Grow up!!!

1
★★★☆☆

This comment is specifically for "sumdumpkid": With your ignorance response below, you are not allowed to be on this blog. Just to remind you, this blog is for useful comments/inputs to other, not ignorance "kids" for you. Sounded like "chuck'n cheese" is your favorite place then that where you should belong, this blog is for educated adults/customers. Grow up!!!

Pros: good food

Cons: parking, no high-chair for baby, average services

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Syun will be a sight (taste) for sore eyes for any former Japan habitues missing their old neighborhood izakaya. The selection of dishes and their quality is awesome. My only qualm is that last time I went there, they were out of the braised pork (Butakakuni) that I was so desperately craving! Also excellent is the bifun (delicious noodle & veggie dish), asupara-bekon (asparagus wrapped in bacon on a stick), and kinoko bata (mushrooms roasted in butter)! As far as I know, this is the only place in the Portland area where you can order these delicious Japanese mainstays. Go!

2
★★★★★

Syun will be a sight (taste) for sore eyes for any former Japan habitues missing their old neighborhood izakaya. The selection of dishes and their quality is awesome. My only qualm is that last time I went there, they were out of the braised pork (Butakakuni) that I was so desperately craving! Also excellent is the bifun (delicious noodle & veggie dish), asupara-bekon (asparagus wrapped in bacon on a stick), and kinoko bata (mushrooms roasted in butter)! As far as I know, this is the only place in the Portland area where you can order these delicious Japanese mainstays. Go!

Pros: Menu, Food, Service

Cons: Location (it's way out in Hillsboro)

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I've been in Portland for over 14 years, and it's taken me way too long to discover this place. Weirdly situated in the basement of a plain old building resembling a former library or some other non-ornate public building is Syun - truly the best sushi around. I've tried many places from NE Portland, to downtown, to the 'burbs, and I wished I'd found this place sooner. WOW. Freshest sushi of anyplace around. Funky little atmosphere, and it wasn't at all crowded late on a Sunday. The waitress recommended a few items including this phenomenal baked creation of tuna, salmon, and I-don't-know-what, but it magnificently melted in your mouth with a sweetness and spicy twist that was oh-so-good. I secretly shoveled it as fast as I could while trying not to tip off my boyfriend as to its wonderousness. My only complaint, which was quickly corrected, was the drinking water. We were going through it like mad after a day of home improvements, and initially the service wasn't keeping up. She quickly realized we were guzzling it, and left us an entire pitcher full, nicely sprinkled with lemon slices. The rest of the night's service was some of the most attentive we've experienced in Portland. The sushi was moist and tender and fresher than anyone's in town. The tempura pumpkin was awesome. Our beef dish was ok - too many noodles for me, but I'm low-carb. Had nice flavor though. Our bill was very reasonable, but we're not partakers of the saki. Highly recommend.

2
★★★★★

I've been in Portland for over 14 years, and it's taken me way too long to discover this place. Weirdly situated in the basement of a plain old building resembling a former library or some other non-ornate public building is Syun - truly the best sushi around. I've tried many places from NE Portland, to downtown, to the 'burbs, and I wished I'd found this place sooner. WOW. Freshest sushi of anyplace around. Funky little atmosphere, and it wasn't at all crowded late on a Sunday. The waitress recommended a few items including this phenomenal baked creation of tuna, salmon, and I-don't-know-what, but it magnificently melted in your mouth with a sweetness and spicy twist that was oh-so-good. I secretly shoveled it as fast as I could while trying not to tip off my boyfriend as to its wonderousness. My only complaint, which was quickly corrected, was the drinking water. We were going through it like mad after a day of home improvements, and initially the service wasn't keeping up. She quickly realized we were guzzling it, and left us an entire pitcher full, nicely sprinkled with lemon slices. The rest of the night's service was some of the most attentive we've experienced in Portland. The sushi was moist and tender and fresher than anyone's in town. The tempura pumpkin was awesome. Our beef dish was ok - too many noodles for me, but I'm low-carb. Had nice flavor though. Our bill was very reasonable, but we're not partakers of the saki. Highly recommend.

Pros: Freshest sushi, attentive service, funky atmosphere

Cons: Strange out-of-the-way basement location unless you know downtown Hillsboro

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My wife and I have had so many wonderful dishes and sake here! The first time I came here was w ith a Japanese friend of mine. She really liked the place, so I was curious. The sushi is very good, the monkfish liver is awesome, the beef tongue is very good, and the staff is very attentive. Overall, you get your money's worth here and it's worth the travel time to get here. This is not your standard Japanese-American menu; It's much better.

2
★★★★★

My wife and I have had so many wonderful dishes and sake here! The first time I came here was w ith a Japanese friend of mine. She really liked the place, so I was curious. The sushi is very good, the monkfish liver is awesome, the beef tongue is very good, and the staff is very attentive. Overall, you get your money's worth here and it's worth the travel time to get here. This is not your standard Japanese-American menu; It's much better.

Pros: The great food, Sake (so many!)

Cons: a little hard to find

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We love eating here and have not been disappointed yet. Best selection of sake. Although sake is pricy, it is well worth trying the higher end ones. Awesome shrimp tempura and soft shell crab.

2
★★★★★

We love eating here and have not been disappointed yet. Best selection of sake. Although sake is pricy, it is well worth trying the higher end ones. Awesome shrimp tempura and soft shell crab.

Pros: food, sake, atmosphere

Cons: long wait, small tables

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I work close to Syun and have been there a number of times. It is some of the best Sushi I have had. Always fresh and of good quality. The building is the old Hillsboro library and is a great place. There is usually parking close by. I would recommend to anyone who likes Sushi.

2
★★★★★

I work close to Syun and have been there a number of times. It is some of the best Sushi I have had. Always fresh and of good quality. The building is the old Hillsboro library and is a great place. There is usually parking close by. I would recommend to anyone who likes Sushi.

Pros: Quality, Location, Sushi

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Wow!!!! Got a tip from my Chiropractor to try this place out. Literally the best place for SUSHI in Oregon, Washington and Vancouver, Canada. I have eaten at hundreds of sushi restaurant's and this little place in Hillsboro is simply wonderful. The sushi literally melts in your mouth as a quality piece of sushi should. The rice is cooked to perfection and the freshness of ingredients is paramount! Highly recommend calling for reservations on weekends. The tempura was excellent and very light. Try this place and I am sure you will agree with most of excellent reviews.

2
★★★★★

Wow!!!! Got a tip from my Chiropractor to try this place out. Literally the best place for SUSHI in Oregon, Washington and Vancouver, Canada. I have eaten at hundreds of sushi restaurant's and this little place in Hillsboro is simply wonderful. The sushi literally melts in your mouth as a quality piece of sushi should. The rice is cooked to perfection and the freshness of ingredients is paramount! Highly recommend calling for reservations on weekends. The tempura was excellent and very light. Try this place and I am sure you will agree with most of excellent reviews.

Pros: great ambiance, Xcellent Sushi, fair price

Cons: none so far

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My husband and I found this gem 2 years ago and have always been impressed by the quality of the sushi and sashimi. My husband particularly likes the option of storing his saki there. We bring family and out of town guests here, always with rave reviews afterwards. However, when we visited recently, we were disappointed in the service (this was fairly early in the evening and they were not busy) and the quantity of the servings were on the light side. It may be a while before we give it another try.

2
★★★★☆

My husband and I found this gem 2 years ago and have always been impressed by the quality of the sushi and sashimi. My husband particularly likes the option of storing his saki there. We bring family and out of town guests here, always with rave reviews afterwards. However, when we visited recently, we were disappointed in the service (this was fairly early in the evening and they were not busy) and the quantity of the servings were on the light side. It may be a while before we give it another try.

Pros: Freshest sashimi/sush

Cons: uneven service

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I have been coming here since it opened and absolutly love it. Great atmosphere is toped off with good sushi and an amazing variety of saki. This is a good place to come relax with freinds. The atmosphere is light and traditionally Japanese. The only complaint I could make would be the selection of sushi rolls is a little small. If you sit at the sushi bar the chefs are talkative and informative. I highly recomend this place to anyone who likes sushi with atmosphere, especially if you have actually been to Japan, it reminds me of many of the local sushi bars all around there.

2
★★★★★

I have been coming here since it opened and absolutly love it. Great atmosphere is toped off with good sushi and an amazing variety of saki. This is a good place to come relax with freinds. The atmosphere is light and traditionally Japanese. The only complaint I could make would be the selection of sushi rolls is a little small. If you sit at the sushi bar the chefs are talkative and informative. I highly recomend this place to anyone who likes sushi with atmosphere, especially if you have actually been to Japan, it reminds me of many of the local sushi bars all around there.

Pros: atmosphere, variety of saki, good sushi nigri

Cons: limited sushi rolls

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Tucked away in an old library bldg, this place does have nice ambience ... providing that "authentic" Japanese flair that other places tend to lack. The sake selection is quite impressive, and the sushi is fresh and some menu items unique. However, the accolades cease here. Even for high quality sushi, the prices aren't warranted and we left with a significantly lightened wallet while our stomachs were still feeling light as well. Service wasn't exactly warm from the hostess or the sushi chefs and it took us a while to flag down the server whenever we needed anything. Because of the quality of sushi (although small), it's given a "recommended" but everything else is average. Might be a good place to bring a date, but not a regular place to dwell for sushi hounds ... unless you have a nice bank account.

2
★★★★☆

Tucked away in an old library bldg, this place does have nice ambience ... providing that "authentic" Japanese flair that other places tend to lack. The sake selection is quite impressive, and the sushi is fresh and some menu items unique. However, the accolades cease here. Even for high quality sushi, the prices aren't warranted and we left with a significantly lightened wallet while our stomachs were still feeling light as well. Service wasn't exactly warm from the hostess or the sushi chefs and it took us a while to flag down the server whenever we needed anything. Because of the quality of sushi (although small), it's given a "recommended" but everything else is average. Might be a good place to bring a date, but not a regular place to dwell for sushi hounds ... unless you have a nice bank account.

Pros: Fresh Sushi, Ambience

Cons: Too Expensive, Not for families, Parking

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I think quality of food was quite good. They had many authentic Izakaya food like real Japanese Izakaya. However, it was just too expensive. Believe or not, 2 pieces of Uni Sushi were $8!!! I had never seen such a expensive Uni in the U.S. You can spend $50 per person easily in this place although they took only two credit cards per table. So if you are with many freinds, you NEED TO BRING CASH.

Even though you spent $50 per person, they will kick you out as soon as you finish the meal. I was not comfortable there at all. You can enjoy authentic atmosphere of Japanese Izakaya; noisy Japanese bussinessmen.

If you are going to drink Sake, just give up your car and take MAX because it's in front of the hillsboro police department!

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★★☆☆☆

I think quality of food was quite good. They had many authentic Izakaya food like real Japanese Izakaya. However, it was just too expensive. Believe or not, 2 pieces of Uni Sushi were $8!!! I had never seen such a expensive Uni in the U.S. You can spend $50 per person easily in this place although they took only two credit cards per table. So if you are with many freinds, you NEED TO BRING CASH.

Even though you spent $50 per person, they will kick you out as soon as you finish the meal. I was not comfortable there at all. You can enjoy authentic atmosphere of Japanese Izakaya; noisy Japanese bussinessmen.

If you are going to drink Sake, just give up your car and take MAX because it's in front of the hillsboro police department!

Pros: authentic food, many kinds of Sake, few kids

Cons: too expensive, unfriendly service, tiny tables

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If you want quality both in the food and sake, this is the place to visit. If you pair your wine with your meal, then you will really like Syun. They have some of Japan's best Sakes (non-mainstream manufactures) in their menu. When you enter Syun the first thing you will notice is the larger number of Japanese nationals eating here (your first sign of authenticity). The second is the ambience and third a sake menu that would make Ginza resteraunts envious.

2
★★★★★

If you want quality both in the food and sake, this is the place to visit. If you pair your wine with your meal, then you will really like Syun. They have some of Japan's best Sakes (non-mainstream manufactures) in their menu. When you enter Syun the first thing you will notice is the larger number of Japanese nationals eating here (your first sign of authenticity). The second is the ambience and third a sake menu that would make Ginza resteraunts envious.

Pros: Sushi/Sashimi, Sake, Ambience

Cons: location

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the line was to the door, but worth the wait. the best sake i have ever tasted. i recommende numerous appetizers and sushi. bamboo atmosphere.

2
★★★★★

the line was to the door, but worth the wait. the best sake i have ever tasted. i recommende numerous appetizers and sushi. bamboo atmosphere.

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I've now been to Syun 5-6 times over the past five years, most recently a week ago. I'm pleased to say the sushi is every bit as good as I remembered from past experience. I went for a late lunch, around 1:30 on a weekday. The place was pretty empty, so the service was fairly fast. Sushi was excellent--the best I've had. In particular their mackerel (saba) is fantastic, but all of the selections on the 5-6 piece lunch with the tuna roll were top notch.

Service can be slow if you're in "peak" dining hours. Try to arrive for dinner 5:30-6:00 if you're in a bit of a hurry. Any later, and you should plan to hang out for a while.

2
★★★★☆

I've now been to Syun 5-6 times over the past five years, most recently a week ago. I'm pleased to say the sushi is every bit as good as I remembered from past experience. I went for a late lunch, around 1:30 on a weekday. The place was pretty empty, so the service was fairly fast. Sushi was excellent--the best I've had. In particular their mackerel (saba) is fantastic, but all of the selections on the 5-6 piece lunch with the tuna roll were top notch.

Service can be slow if you're in "peak" dining hours. Try to arrive for dinner 5:30-6:00 if you're in a bit of a hurry. Any later, and you should plan to hang out for a while.

Pros: top-notch sushi, good "other" items, huge sake selection

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It was my anniversiry so we went out to the Syun. We have been there before, and we knew it offers quality sushi( I thought it is the best in town).

I work for japanese restaurant as a sushi chef; therefore, I am able to see what the qualities are.

We ordered $40 sashimi platter ( for 3~4 ppl), but it was little; it was like $20 sashimi platter in the other place. I went out a lot, and ate lots of kinds of sashimi so I can tell it was too small. Second, there was no special kind like toro, uni, or avalone. (personally i do not expect avalone in Portland) There were just tuna, salmon, octopus, squid, yellowtale, and mirugai.

We were really disappointed, and I recommend you to order small portion sashimi platter because they were great before.

The service was not good too.

1
★★★☆☆

It was my anniversiry so we went out to the Syun. We have been there before, and we knew it offers quality sushi( I thought it is the best in town).

I work for japanese restaurant as a sushi chef; therefore, I am able to see what the qualities are.

We ordered $40 sashimi platter ( for 3~4 ppl), but it was little; it was like $20 sashimi platter in the other place. I went out a lot, and ate lots of kinds of sashimi so I can tell it was too small. Second, there was no special kind like toro, uni, or avalone. (personally i do not expect avalone in Portland) There were just tuna, salmon, octopus, squid, yellowtale, and mirugai.

We were really disappointed, and I recommend you to order small portion sashimi platter because they were great before.

The service was not good too.

Pros: expensive, quantity, not friendly

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One of the best sushi places I've ever been too, and I lived in japan for 4 years. The servers are always polite and mellow. The menu is large with good variety. And if you don't like the serving sizes of sake just bring your own bottle. A great place to go with friends that appreciate good sushi! Yes , it can get a little pricey, but you get what you pay for! Highly recommended!

2
★★★★★

One of the best sushi places I've ever been too, and I lived in japan for 4 years. The servers are always polite and mellow. The menu is large with good variety. And if you don't like the serving sizes of sake just bring your own bottle. A great place to go with friends that appreciate good sushi! Yes , it can get a little pricey, but you get what you pay for! Highly recommended!

Pros: good sevice, fresh sushi, good sake!

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The quality of the food here has been going up. Its one of the best Japanese places in the Portland Metro area. Price is reasonable for Japanese dining.

They are a little chincy on the Sake servings.

2
★★★★☆

The quality of the food here has been going up. Its one of the best Japanese places in the Portland Metro area. Price is reasonable for Japanese dining.

They are a little chincy on the Sake servings.

Pros: reasonable price, good food quality

Cons: small sake servings, away from city

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Great place to take a few friends and feel like you are in Japan. The food is great and is the kind of thing you will actually find in a real Izakaya (sort of a bar/restaurant hybrid where you go to sit, chat, eat and drink for several hours) and the atmosphere is dead on. The service has always been a bit shaky, in fact, on a couple of occasions perfectly awful. I still go there when I have the money, and I simply try to ignore the bad service. You can't get the food or atmosphere anywhere else. Also, anybody making reservations for a big group, they will probably put you in the back room, and I find that room distinctly less fun. Go with 4-5 people and stick it out to sit in the front room.

2
★★★★★

Great place to take a few friends and feel like you are in Japan. The food is great and is the kind of thing you will actually find in a real Izakaya (sort of a bar/restaurant hybrid where you go to sit, chat, eat and drink for several hours) and the atmosphere is dead on. The service has always been a bit shaky, in fact, on a couple of occasions perfectly awful. I still go there when I have the money, and I simply try to ignore the bad service. You can't get the food or atmosphere anywhere else. Also, anybody making reservations for a big group, they will probably put you in the back room, and I find that room distinctly less fun. Go with 4-5 people and stick it out to sit in the front room.

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This place has outstanding sushi and sashimi, an authentic atmosphere, and nice servers. Try the shirozake if they have any. The only downer is that the sushi chef is downright nasty. They should have this guy go back in the kitchen where he can dump on the dishwashers instead of the customers.

2
★★★★☆

This place has outstanding sushi and sashimi, an authentic atmosphere, and nice servers. Try the shirozake if they have any. The only downer is that the sushi chef is downright nasty. They should have this guy go back in the kitchen where he can dump on the dishwashers instead of the customers.

Pros: Great food, good service, nice interior

Cons: jerky sushi chef

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It's hard to believe that a place can have such great fresh sushi in Hillsboro, but its true. The staff is very friendly and the food is delicious. It's a regular for me, but make reservations on the weekend, it can get packed.

2
★★★★★

It's hard to believe that a place can have such great fresh sushi in Hillsboro, but its true. The staff is very friendly and the food is delicious. It's a regular for me, but make reservations on the weekend, it can get packed.

Pros: fresh, friendly service

Cons: small

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Syun's food is awesome. You get a huge variety to chose from. Their grilled mackeral is the best. Their sushi is really good, too. The ambience is comfortable and interesting. You can buy a bottle of sake, and if you don't finish, they keep it for you up to 100 days. It even goes on display. I love this place!

2
★★★★★

Syun's food is awesome. You get a huge variety to chose from. Their grilled mackeral is the best. Their sushi is really good, too. The ambience is comfortable and interesting. You can buy a bottle of sake, and if you don't finish, they keep it for you up to 100 days. It even goes on display. I love this place!

Pros: nice area, interesting decor, great food

Cons: food not described

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Our family friend invited us to this restaurant. We loved this restaurant! The interior is very modern and the foods are very good and fresh. We paid $65 for Daikon salad, Chef's special Sushi, California rolls, Yakitori, Tempura, Gyoza (pot stickers) and soft drinks! Very inexpensive!!

However, the service is quite slow becuase one person is taking care of 5 full tables.

Don't forget to make a reservation. Otherwise, you will wait for 20-30 min.

2
★★★★★

Our family friend invited us to this restaurant. We loved this restaurant! The interior is very modern and the foods are very good and fresh. We paid $65 for Daikon salad, Chef's special Sushi, California rolls, Yakitori, Tempura, Gyoza (pot stickers) and soft drinks! Very inexpensive!!

However, the service is quite slow becuase one person is taking care of 5 full tables.

Don't forget to make a reservation. Otherwise, you will wait for 20-30 min.

Pros: Inexpensive, Crowded, Fresh foods

Cons: Slow service

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If you think that Todai, I Love Sushi, or Sushi Land have better sushi than Syun, than they haven't eaten good sushi. I haven't tried Mio or Saburo, but I plan on it now. But sushi isn't the only thing they have. I've been to Japan before and this is the closest I have found to actual Japanese food. They have a variety of dishes that you share family style. If your daring, go for the Gyu Tataki, my favorite dish on the menu. The atmosphere is exactly like your eating at a small Izakaya in Japan. Even the Japanese I talk to can't believe how authentic this restaurant is.

2
★★★★★

If you think that Todai, I Love Sushi, or Sushi Land have better sushi than Syun, than they haven't eaten good sushi. I haven't tried Mio or Saburo, but I plan on it now. But sushi isn't the only thing they have. I've been to Japan before and this is the closest I have found to actual Japanese food. They have a variety of dishes that you share family style. If your daring, go for the Gyu Tataki, my favorite dish on the menu. The atmosphere is exactly like your eating at a small Izakaya in Japan. Even the Japanese I talk to can't believe how authentic this restaurant is.

Pros: Quaint, Service, Authentic

Cons: Little Expensive, Limited Parking

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Moved here from Hawaii, where there are many great Japanese restaurants. Could not find any decent Japanese food here until we tried Syun. Tempura is just like home. Soft shell crab is good. Great sashimi. Make reservations--very crowded!

2
★★★★★

Moved here from Hawaii, where there are many great Japanese restaurants. Could not find any decent Japanese food here until we tried Syun. Tempura is just like home. Soft shell crab is good. Great sashimi. Make reservations--very crowded!

Pros: sake, tempura, soft shell crab

Cons: crowded, street parking

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one of the best sushi restaurants i have ever been to...and i have been to a lot. great atmosphere, selection and service. the spicy tuna salad is to die for!

2
★★★★★

one of the best sushi restaurants i have ever been to...and i have been to a lot. great atmosphere, selection and service. the spicy tuna salad is to die for!

Pros: location, variety, food

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I like Syun. The food is tasty and the people are nice. I have always had a good experience. I have been to Syun 6 or 7 times. It is worth going.

2
★★★★☆

I like Syun. The food is tasty and the people are nice. I have always had a good experience. I have been to Syun 6 or 7 times. It is worth going.

Pros: friendly

 

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