Fuji Sushi & Grill

★★★☆☆
  • 6093 Steubenville Pike

    Mc Kees Rocks, PA 15136

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  • 412-494-5544

About Fuji Sushi & Grill

Hours
Mon-Sat 11am-9:30pm

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Okay so i read a couple of other peoples reviews and i was shocked. I went to fuji last night with two other people. It was a monday night so we were the only ones there. From what I've read in some of the other peoples reviews they said that service was slow and it was crowded, well what I have to say to that is "DUH!". You probablly went on the weekend, which is a busy time for all resturaunts. Also, Fuji is a small family run business, so they don't have many workers and they can't afford a bigger resturaunt just yet. If you want faster and better service go on a weekday idiots! Another thing I read in the reviews was that the sushi chef was "a joke", no he's not you idiots probvablly didn't know that there was a sushimi chef and a sushi chef and mistaked them for the wrong person, therefore to you imbecile's were probablly talking to the wrong chef and thought he was "a joke" for not knowing alot about sushi, when really he wasn't the SUSHI CHEF! So before you people go and complain about this resturaunt why don't you get a clue and learn more about the chef's and altogether the Japanese culture you dumb idiots!
I personally was very pleased with their food and service and plan to go to Fuji alot more often.

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★★★★★

Okay so i read a couple of other peoples reviews and i was shocked. I went to fuji last night with two other people. It was a monday night so we were the only ones there. From what I've read in some of the other peoples reviews they said that service was slow and it was crowded, well what I have to say to that is "DUH!". You probablly went on the weekend, which is a busy time for all resturaunts. Also, Fuji is a small family run business, so they don't have many workers and they can't afford a bigger resturaunt just yet. If you want faster and better service go on a weekday idiots! Another thing I read in the reviews was that the sushi chef was "a joke", no he's not you idiots probvablly didn't know that there was a sushimi chef and a sushi chef and mistaked them for the wrong person, therefore to you imbecile's were probablly talking to the wrong chef and thought he was "a joke" for not knowing alot about sushi, when really he wasn't the SUSHI CHEF! So before you people go and complain about this resturaunt why don't you get a clue and learn more about the chef's and altogether the Japanese culture you dumb idiots!
I personally was very pleased with their food and service and plan to go to Fuji alot more often.

Pros: sushi was delicious, entree was very good, and service was w

Cons: hard to find, and crowded on fridays and saturdays

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We arrived and there was only one table of about 10 guests and maybe 4 people at the sushi bar. We ordered a Shrimp appetizer, a volcano Roll, 2 orders of sushi and 2 entrees. They brought out the soup that comes with the meal about 5 or 10 minutes after ordering. After about 30 minutes they brought out 1 entree, we asked where the appetizer was, she said she would check. 10 minutes later they brought out the 2nd entee. We asked where the appetizer was and she said "Oh you still want that?" We told her yes and then the chef told us NO that he wasn't fixing anything else in the kitchen. We waited for another 1/2 hour and still hadn't gotten the sushi. We finally gave up and told them they were leaving and walked out. The chef had the waitress go out to take our license plate number down since we were leaving without paying (we had left a $25 gift certificate on the table before leaving). When i went back in to speak to the chef I asked him if he really thought we should pay for that crappy meal and he demanded that we do. The 2 entrees we got were 8 bucks each. We had ordered over $30.00 in stuff he never brought us. He was more concerned with his $16 than the fact that we had had a terrible experience. When we asked to contact the owner, he told us they were in California and would not give us the telephone number. NO CHANCE I WOULD GO BACK THERE AGAIN.

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★☆☆☆☆

We arrived and there was only one table of about 10 guests and maybe 4 people at the sushi bar. We ordered a Shrimp appetizer, a volcano Roll, 2 orders of sushi and 2 entrees. They brought out the soup that comes with the meal about 5 or 10 minutes after ordering. After about 30 minutes they brought out 1 entree, we asked where the appetizer was, she said she would check. 10 minutes later they brought out the 2nd entee. We asked where the appetizer was and she said "Oh you still want that?" We told her yes and then the chef told us NO that he wasn't fixing anything else in the kitchen. We waited for another 1/2 hour and still hadn't gotten the sushi. We finally gave up and told them they were leaving and walked out. The chef had the waitress go out to take our license plate number down since we were leaving without paying (we had left a $25 gift certificate on the table before leaving). When i went back in to speak to the chef I asked him if he really thought we should pay for that crappy meal and he demanded that we do. The 2 entrees we got were 8 bucks each. We had ordered over $30.00 in stuff he never brought us. He was more concerned with his $16 than the fact that we had had a terrible experience. When we asked to contact the owner, he told us they were in California and would not give us the telephone number. NO CHANCE I WOULD GO BACK THERE AGAIN.

Pros: None

Cons: Terrible service

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First and foremost, I usually stay away from restaraunts who recieve a bad review. However, I broke my own rule and went to Fuji. This guy who is the sushi chef is a complete joke...He isn't Japanese and on top of that he is very cheap. I could barely taste the tuna in my $5.00 tuna roll due to the fact that it was sliced so thin (I basically paid for rice wrapped in seaweed.) The nigiri sushi is also a problem....It is tiny and not that good. I would much rather pay slightly more at Kiku for much better quality and good sized portions. The only good thing I have to say about this place is the woman who cooks in the back is a good cook. I had a shrimp teriaki I was pleased with it, but still could not get over the odasity of the sushi chef. If you want sushi stay away from this place. I recommend Sushi Kim or Kiku. I REPEAT DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME AT THIS PLACE.

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★☆☆☆☆

First and foremost, I usually stay away from restaraunts who recieve a bad review. However, I broke my own rule and went to Fuji. This guy who is the sushi chef is a complete joke...He isn't Japanese and on top of that he is very cheap. I could barely taste the tuna in my $5.00 tuna roll due to the fact that it was sliced so thin (I basically paid for rice wrapped in seaweed.) The nigiri sushi is also a problem....It is tiny and not that good. I would much rather pay slightly more at Kiku for much better quality and good sized portions. The only good thing I have to say about this place is the woman who cooks in the back is a good cook. I had a shrimp teriaki I was pleased with it, but still could not get over the odasity of the sushi chef. If you want sushi stay away from this place. I recommend Sushi Kim or Kiku. I REPEAT DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME AT THIS PLACE.

Pros: cooked food was okay, parking was easy, and they had a good waiter

Cons: It is a waste of time and money, you are better off making your own sushi. Quite possibly the worst dining experience in my life.

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With three five-star reviews, I was hopeful for something quite a bit different.

Expensive, sub-par fish quality, and meager portions. Nigiri was really about half-size: thin slivers of fish on rice about the size of a large peanut. Krab -- imitation crabmeat--in California roll and Sunomono salad, both which listed ingredients on menu as crab. (If you spell it with a "c", I expect it to be real crab meat.) Definitely would not recommend.

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★★☆☆☆

With three five-star reviews, I was hopeful for something quite a bit different.

Expensive, sub-par fish quality, and meager portions. Nigiri was really about half-size: thin slivers of fish on rice about the size of a large peanut. Krab -- imitation crabmeat--in California roll and Sunomono salad, both which listed ingredients on menu as crab. (If you spell it with a "c", I expect it to be real crab meat.) Definitely would not recommend.

Cons: Over-priced, skimpy portions, poor quality

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When I returned from Japan a few years ago, I was worried that I wouldn't find sushi as good as it had been over there. And then a friend took me to Fuji Sushi.

Not only is it the best sushi I've found in the states, but it's also better than the sushi I had over in Japan. The food overall is amazing, and there are several menu options for those who don't like sushi as well. The wait staff is polite and friendly, and they even know my favorite meal by heart - the chicken and sushi combo.

My husband and I love Fuji Sushi so much, I proposed to him there. When the waitress saw that we had just gotten engaged, she gave us some amazing chocolate - on the house!

If you like Japanese food, check out Fuji Sushi. It's a hidden gem in Japanese cuisine!

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★★★★★

When I returned from Japan a few years ago, I was worried that I wouldn't find sushi as good as it had been over there. And then a friend took me to Fuji Sushi.

Not only is it the best sushi I've found in the states, but it's also better than the sushi I had over in Japan. The food overall is amazing, and there are several menu options for those who don't like sushi as well. The wait staff is polite and friendly, and they even know my favorite meal by heart - the chicken and sushi combo.

My husband and I love Fuji Sushi so much, I proposed to him there. When the waitress saw that we had just gotten engaged, she gave us some amazing chocolate - on the house!

If you like Japanese food, check out Fuji Sushi. It's a hidden gem in Japanese cuisine!

Pros: great food, friendly service, atmosphere

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Fuji's has become my favorite restaurant. If you're not a sushi fan, their terriyaki beef is delicious! And now that i've become a sushi lover, I can't get sushi anywhere else. Fuji's is by far my favorite! Mr. Lee is a fantastic sushi chef - he has a loyal following and he's always very welcoming! My recommendation: Sit at the sushi bar!

The staff is friendly, the service is fast, the prices are extremely reasonable, and the food is delicious!

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★★★★★

Fuji's has become my favorite restaurant. If you're not a sushi fan, their terriyaki beef is delicious! And now that i've become a sushi lover, I can't get sushi anywhere else. Fuji's is by far my favorite! Mr. Lee is a fantastic sushi chef - he has a loyal following and he's always very welcoming! My recommendation: Sit at the sushi bar!

The staff is friendly, the service is fast, the prices are extremely reasonable, and the food is delicious!

Pros: Great Food, Inexpensive, Good Parking

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Fuji is fabulous! It is unpretentious, economical, and delicious! Since discovering it, I have recommended it more so than any other restaurant I have been to thus far. The sushi is freshly made, the texture of the fish is what it should be, and there are many options for the vegetarian who does not want to be left out of the experience. In addition, the prices cannot be beaten. A full meal for two people (not inclusive of specialized Sushi faire) is an average of $20-22. I love it and you will too!

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★★★★★

Fuji is fabulous! It is unpretentious, economical, and delicious! Since discovering it, I have recommended it more so than any other restaurant I have been to thus far. The sushi is freshly made, the texture of the fish is what it should be, and there are many options for the vegetarian who does not want to be left out of the experience. In addition, the prices cannot be beaten. A full meal for two people (not inclusive of specialized Sushi faire) is an average of $20-22. I love it and you will too!

Pros: Food, Pricing, Service

 

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