Mashiko Japanese Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 4725 California Ave SW

    Seattle, WA 98116

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  • 206-935-4339

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I lived in Japan for 2 years & know good Japanese food, particularly sushi & sashimi. This is probably the worst I've ever encountered in the US. The fish tasted old & the sushi was definitely not prepared by a master chef. When I politely

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★★★★★

I lived in Japan for 2 years & know good Japanese food, particularly sushi & sashimi. This is probably the worst I've ever encountered in the US. The fish tasted old & the sushi was definitely not prepared by a master chef. When I politely

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My wife & I love trying new restaurants and have passed Mashiko's many times. Tonight we decided to try it....and we'll never go back.

We were curious there was no menu in the window, but then we found out why. Talk about sticker shock! $25 for a Bento??? $13 dollars for a tuna roll? WOW! And a bowl of rice costs extra???? At these prices are you kidding me???!!

Well, my wife was ready to walk but I convinced her to give it a try, at these prices the food must be very special.

It certaintly was special...in it's own disgusting way. I guess they probably fancy themselves some kind of authentic gourmet Japanese restaurant. Well, we've enjoyed sushi & Japanese cuisine all over the western United States and without a doubt the food at Mashiko is the worst we've ever had.

What's the tempura cooked in guys, recycled McDonalds french fry grease? YUCK!

And if I wanted sashimi I would have ordered it; the (baked?) halibut swimming in a pool of grease was completely raw on the inside. Very unappetizing.

Lastly, I guess they think the URL "sushiwhore" is cute. We think it is as low class as the food; albeit it fitting.

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★☆☆☆☆

My wife & I love trying new restaurants and have passed Mashiko's many times. Tonight we decided to try it....and we'll never go back.

We were curious there was no menu in the window, but then we found out why. Talk about sticker shock! $25 for a Bento??? $13 dollars for a tuna roll? WOW! And a bowl of rice costs extra???? At these prices are you kidding me???!!

Well, my wife was ready to walk but I convinced her to give it a try, at these prices the food must be very special.

It certaintly was special...in it's own disgusting way. I guess they probably fancy themselves some kind of authentic gourmet Japanese restaurant. Well, we've enjoyed sushi & Japanese cuisine all over the western United States and without a doubt the food at Mashiko is the worst we've ever had.

What's the tempura cooked in guys, recycled McDonalds french fry grease? YUCK!

And if I wanted sashimi I would have ordered it; the (baked?) halibut swimming in a pool of grease was completely raw on the inside. Very unappetizing.

Lastly, I guess they think the URL "sushiwhore" is cute. We think it is as low class as the food; albeit it fitting.

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My husband & I love Japanese food, but this place is not Japanese food. My husband orderd Tempura & I ordered the Bento Box like we do at several Japanese restaurants we go too. Tempura was "VERY GREASY" & the only thing I enjoyed here was the green tea. It's overpriced for what you order & we both left feeling hungry still. The fish dishes in the Bento box tasted funny & I left 3/4's of the meal because it was so bad. We won't tell our family or friends to try this place and we won't be back.

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★☆☆☆☆

My husband & I love Japanese food, but this place is not Japanese food. My husband orderd Tempura & I ordered the Bento Box like we do at several Japanese restaurants we go too. Tempura was "VERY GREASY" & the only thing I enjoyed here was the green tea. It's overpriced for what you order & we both left feeling hungry still. The fish dishes in the Bento box tasted funny & I left 3/4's of the meal because it was so bad. We won't tell our family or friends to try this place and we won't be back.

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I tried to order at Mashiko a year ago, heard it was good, thought I'd give it a try. Couldn't get past the hostess. She said I couldn't order to go because they were too busy. Looked around and there were 4 tables open. I said seriously?...and walked out. Vowed never to return. Called the next day to explain to a manager and met the same attitude from the manager.
Fast forward to June 27th 2010. Thought I'd try again, couldn't happen twice and didn't want to hold a grudge right? What do you think happened? Got the same snobby attitude. I looked around and there were 5 tables open this time. I was granted permission to order. Picked 5 items and was told it would take 45 minutes! wow!

I have no idea where the attitude comes from. Needless to say there will not be a 3rd attempt.

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★☆☆☆☆

I tried to order at Mashiko a year ago, heard it was good, thought I'd give it a try. Couldn't get past the hostess. She said I couldn't order to go because they were too busy. Looked around and there were 4 tables open. I said seriously?...and walked out. Vowed never to return. Called the next day to explain to a manager and met the same attitude from the manager.
Fast forward to June 27th 2010. Thought I'd try again, couldn't happen twice and didn't want to hold a grudge right? What do you think happened? Got the same snobby attitude. I looked around and there were 5 tables open this time. I was granted permission to order. Picked 5 items and was told it would take 45 minutes! wow!

I have no idea where the attitude comes from. Needless to say there will not be a 3rd attempt.

Pros: great sushi

Cons: why all the attitude

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Its the website that catches my eye and makes me want to dine here, who wouldn't want to try a place called sushi whore, although trying to remember the real name is often difficult. It seems to be a favorite of west seattlies as everyone I know is always suggesting events here. Its good for a group event, but prices can add up fast making this an expensive night out where you might not be very full. There is something on the menu for everyone even for people who don't like sushi or seaweed or fish.

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★★★☆☆

Its the website that catches my eye and makes me want to dine here, who wouldn't want to try a place called sushi whore, although trying to remember the real name is often difficult. It seems to be a favorite of west seattlies as everyone I know is always suggesting events here. Its good for a group event, but prices can add up fast making this an expensive night out where you might not be very full. There is something on the menu for everyone even for people who don't like sushi or seaweed or fish.

Pros: web address

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It's interesting how I read that folks have had a horrible time with the wait staff but each and everytime we go to Mashiko, they've always been courteous and professional.
The food is superb and the chefs are always ready for a challenge and offer up some very tasy dishes. I love the seasonal selections and just have whatever the sushi chef has in mind.

I've been to lots of sushi restaurants, here and around the country, and this is one of the best I've been to.

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★★★★★

It's interesting how I read that folks have had a horrible time with the wait staff but each and everytime we go to Mashiko, they've always been courteous and professional.
The food is superb and the chefs are always ready for a challenge and offer up some very tasy dishes. I love the seasonal selections and just have whatever the sushi chef has in mind.

I've been to lots of sushi restaurants, here and around the country, and this is one of the best I've been to.

Pros: Great food, service/wait staff, sake

Cons: parking is a problem at times

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I thought i'd give these guys a try as their reviews & website looked pretty impressive.
I'm on bedrest with a newborn so I order take-out for my fiance to pick up for us. I put my order together off their on-line menu figuring it's out there as a means to order take-out. But, when I called it in, they wouldn't even take my order, saying they were too busy. So, I went to Azuma down the street--again--where they happily took my order with a short wait of only 20 minutes. Last time I stray.

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★☆☆☆☆

I thought i'd give these guys a try as their reviews & website looked pretty impressive.
I'm on bedrest with a newborn so I order take-out for my fiance to pick up for us. I put my order together off their on-line menu figuring it's out there as a means to order take-out. But, when I called it in, they wouldn't even take my order, saying they were too busy. So, I went to Azuma down the street--again--where they happily took my order with a short wait of only 20 minutes. Last time I stray.

Cons: no take-out?

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The sushi might be good but we could never get past the waitstaff's terrible attitude.
They try overly hard to be cutesy and hip and fall flat on their face.

Never again.

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★☆☆☆☆

The sushi might be good but we could never get past the waitstaff's terrible attitude.
They try overly hard to be cutesy and hip and fall flat on their face.

Never again.

Cons: Rude Service

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Great sushi and a large variety of rolls! Long sake list as well. Service was friendly and the restaurant environment was casual, but nice enough to bring a date to. Will be back in the future.

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★★★★★

Great sushi and a large variety of rolls! Long sake list as well. Service was friendly and the restaurant environment was casual, but nice enough to bring a date to. Will be back in the future.

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I went here for the first time this past weekend as a change of pace from my regular sushi place, and I was pleasantly surprised at how delicious everything was. My eyes lit up as I ate the Albacore Nigiri, which is the best I've had anywhere in Seattle. We tried a few other pieces of nigiri and ordered two rolls, all of which were delicious. The sake menu was impressive as well, with an entire page devoted to sake! There were easily over 20 different types of sake to try.

I will definitely be adding this place to my list of sushi joints.

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★★★★★

I went here for the first time this past weekend as a change of pace from my regular sushi place, and I was pleasantly surprised at how delicious everything was. My eyes lit up as I ate the Albacore Nigiri, which is the best I've had anywhere in Seattle. We tried a few other pieces of nigiri and ordered two rolls, all of which were delicious. The sake menu was impressive as well, with an entire page devoted to sake! There were easily over 20 different types of sake to try.

I will definitely be adding this place to my list of sushi joints.

Pros: Variety of Rolls, Long Sake Menu, Friendly Servers

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I love your sushi! It is so fresh and the environment is amazing! I will be back when my sushi taste buds wake up again! ;-)

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★★★★★

I love your sushi! It is so fresh and the environment is amazing! I will be back when my sushi taste buds wake up again! ;-)

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We're always looking for great sushi restaurants and look forward to new experiences. This was our first visit to Mashito and the overall experience was disappointing. However, the initial service was excellent! The restaurant was full but we were seated right away to the sushi bar. The ambience was so obnoxiously loud and the food wasn't that great. I wasn't able to finish the seared tuna wisabi salad since it was coated with lots of mayo! Overall, we're very pleased with the person(s) who seated us and gave us the drinks but our chef didn't give us the service we expected . Sorry to say we won't be returning nor recommend to friends and family.

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★★☆☆☆

We're always looking for great sushi restaurants and look forward to new experiences. This was our first visit to Mashito and the overall experience was disappointing. However, the initial service was excellent! The restaurant was full but we were seated right away to the sushi bar. The ambience was so obnoxiously loud and the food wasn't that great. I wasn't able to finish the seared tuna wisabi salad since it was coated with lots of mayo! Overall, we're very pleased with the person(s) who seated us and gave us the drinks but our chef didn't give us the service we expected . Sorry to say we won't be returning nor recommend to friends and family.

Pros: Hostess

Cons: Service

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I am a big Japanese foodie, and after living in Japan for 4 years, had been looking long and hard for a place that could come close to the amazing izakayas near my old house...and nothing had met my hopes/expectations....until I found Mashiko.

The food at Mashiko is just as good if not better than the best restaurants I used to frequent in Kobe and Tokyo. Sitting at the counter and letting Hajime decide what I'll eat omakase style is always exciting, refreshing, and always fantastic in both taste and presentation. I've had some great meals in NYC, LA, and other big cities in the states, but nothing can touch Mashiko. From the amazing agemochi to the kibinago and mozuku, Mashiko has Japanese izakaya style and solid sushi nailed.

I've been at least 6 times at the counter, and every time it's been a wonderful experience.

So shut up, try something new, and eat whatever Hajime puts in front of you, you won't regret it!

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★★★★★

I am a big Japanese foodie, and after living in Japan for 4 years, had been looking long and hard for a place that could come close to the amazing izakayas near my old house...and nothing had met my hopes/expectations....until I found Mashiko.

The food at Mashiko is just as good if not better than the best restaurants I used to frequent in Kobe and Tokyo. Sitting at the counter and letting Hajime decide what I'll eat omakase style is always exciting, refreshing, and always fantastic in both taste and presentation. I've had some great meals in NYC, LA, and other big cities in the states, but nothing can touch Mashiko. From the amazing agemochi to the kibinago and mozuku, Mashiko has Japanese izakaya style and solid sushi nailed.

I've been at least 6 times at the counter, and every time it's been a wonderful experience.

So shut up, try something new, and eat whatever Hajime puts in front of you, you won't regret it!

Pros: Everything - sushi, agedashi tofu, sake menu

Cons: You may have a long wait on weekends

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The whole "Shut Up and Eat" thing would make sense if the food tasted good. But, it doesn't. At all. No joke, I've had better sushi at Sushi Land for $1.50 a roll. Everyone could agree that even the best restaurants slip once in a while. Not every table is going to have the perfect experience every time. I totally get that. That's why, after a terrible dining experience, I sent some feedback to the management via email (as is solicited on their website) asking them to give me a reason to try Mashiko again. After 3 weeks with no response, I guess they can't come up with one.

Due to character limitations, the pertinent parts of my email to Mashiko follows:

"I am emailing to offer feedback... We were really excited to dine at your establishment... The restaurant was coming down from a rush, service was slow...understandable...but the slow service continued throughout the meal...We ordered Seared Tuna Salad...Spicy Tuna Roll, Salmon Roll and Charlie's Angel Roll.

My water had a long hair draped over it...didn't complain...removed the hair and shared my partner's water with him instead. Unfortunately, experience never got better...salad took a long time to arrive...lacked flavor and the greens were super bitter...just ate the tuna and tomatoes...left the greens on the plate. The Charlie's Angel Roll came out next...presentation beautiful...taste-wise uneventful. Other rolls looked like afterthoughts, no presentation quality and taste was surprisingly lacking, even in the Spicy Tuna Roll, which one would expect to have a little extra zest.

Our bill came out to $49.28 and after an $8.00 tip our total was $57.28...I found myself feeling a little cheated about having spent that much on a meal that was not good...left feeling kind of bummed out. We live in West Seattle and love supporting the local economy...Can you give us a reason to try Mashiko again?"

P.S. I'll remove comment if mgmt ever gets back to me, if it's still here, you'll know they don't care.

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★☆☆☆☆

The whole "Shut Up and Eat" thing would make sense if the food tasted good. But, it doesn't. At all. No joke, I've had better sushi at Sushi Land for $1.50 a roll. Everyone could agree that even the best restaurants slip once in a while. Not every table is going to have the perfect experience every time. I totally get that. That's why, after a terrible dining experience, I sent some feedback to the management via email (as is solicited on their website) asking them to give me a reason to try Mashiko again. After 3 weeks with no response, I guess they can't come up with one.

Due to character limitations, the pertinent parts of my email to Mashiko follows:

"I am emailing to offer feedback... We were really excited to dine at your establishment... The restaurant was coming down from a rush, service was slow...understandable...but the slow service continued throughout the meal...We ordered Seared Tuna Salad...Spicy Tuna Roll, Salmon Roll and Charlie's Angel Roll.

My water had a long hair draped over it...didn't complain...removed the hair and shared my partner's water with him instead. Unfortunately, experience never got better...salad took a long time to arrive...lacked flavor and the greens were super bitter...just ate the tuna and tomatoes...left the greens on the plate. The Charlie's Angel Roll came out next...presentation beautiful...taste-wise uneventful. Other rolls looked like afterthoughts, no presentation quality and taste was surprisingly lacking, even in the Spicy Tuna Roll, which one would expect to have a little extra zest.

Our bill came out to $49.28 and after an $8.00 tip our total was $57.28...I found myself feeling a little cheated about having spent that much on a meal that was not good...left feeling kind of bummed out. We live in West Seattle and love supporting the local economy...Can you give us a reason to try Mashiko again?"

P.S. I'll remove comment if mgmt ever gets back to me, if it's still here, you'll know they don't care.

Pros: Server was sweet, although slow.

Cons: Food had no flavor.

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I don't want to start this review as the bitter guy that hates change because, I'm not really that guy. I'm just a guy that loved popping in on every Thursday night for the best sushi around. As far as the quality of the food and preparation, I give it 5 stars. Now that my wife and I have to make reservations on random nights because of kowtowing of those who read these reviews....zero stars! But it's not just that, I don't have the flexibility to make reservations, even on a Thursday and after several more-than-an-hour-waits, I give up. I now get my fix up the street or go to Chinatown which is counter to my eat local ideals. My only wish is this... even though you may drive 30 miles to get here (as the last couple in front of me complained), you need to wait like everyone else. No reservations Mashiko!!!

If you are there... Chirashi bowl! No better way to eat fresh fish, leave it up to the Chef for freshest fish and it's always different and exciting. Run into the reservation problem? Try Azuma or Chinatown-Fuji Sushi or Ichiban Sushi or do what I did after being shut down at Mashiko for the third time... try writing a review :)

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★★☆☆☆

I don't want to start this review as the bitter guy that hates change because, I'm not really that guy. I'm just a guy that loved popping in on every Thursday night for the best sushi around. As far as the quality of the food and preparation, I give it 5 stars. Now that my wife and I have to make reservations on random nights because of kowtowing of those who read these reviews....zero stars! But it's not just that, I don't have the flexibility to make reservations, even on a Thursday and after several more-than-an-hour-waits, I give up. I now get my fix up the street or go to Chinatown which is counter to my eat local ideals. My only wish is this... even though you may drive 30 miles to get here (as the last couple in front of me complained), you need to wait like everyone else. No reservations Mashiko!!!

If you are there... Chirashi bowl! No better way to eat fresh fish, leave it up to the Chef for freshest fish and it's always different and exciting. Run into the reservation problem? Try Azuma or Chinatown-Fuji Sushi or Ichiban Sushi or do what I did after being shut down at Mashiko for the third time... try writing a review :)

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This was my first time here and the food is absolutely delicious. I have never been to a sushi joint more creative than this place. If you are into the same old boring traditional style then keep your mouth shut and go to those places. Don't trash talk on an amazing restaurant. I highly recommend the Cheesy Alligator, the Snowflake Roll, and the chef's choice (believe me I don't trust people and I took a chance and I was thoroughly impressed. They are a little slow on service but for cryin out loud there are 2 artful chef's to what 20 people? Come on people quit your complaining!

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★★★★★

This was my first time here and the food is absolutely delicious. I have never been to a sushi joint more creative than this place. If you are into the same old boring traditional style then keep your mouth shut and go to those places. Don't trash talk on an amazing restaurant. I highly recommend the Cheesy Alligator, the Snowflake Roll, and the chef's choice (believe me I don't trust people and I took a chance and I was thoroughly impressed. They are a little slow on service but for cryin out loud there are 2 artful chef's to what 20 people? Come on people quit your complaining!

Pros: SUSHI!!, Bidet on the toilet! Great servers.

Cons: Very tiny restaurant, uncomfortable chairs

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I've recently been to Mashiko twice, and my boyfriend and I have had nothing but fabulous sushi and very pleasant and knowledgable service. it's true that you might wait to get a table; it's also true you might wait a bit for your server, but we agree the wait is more than worth it. the menu is expansive and interesting. we eat tons of sushi and think Mashiko is serving up some of the best in Seattle. chill out people! relax. eat. enjoy.

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★★★★☆

I've recently been to Mashiko twice, and my boyfriend and I have had nothing but fabulous sushi and very pleasant and knowledgable service. it's true that you might wait to get a table; it's also true you might wait a bit for your server, but we agree the wait is more than worth it. the menu is expansive and interesting. we eat tons of sushi and think Mashiko is serving up some of the best in Seattle. chill out people! relax. eat. enjoy.

Pros: great sushi

Cons: crowded, long waits, slighly slow service

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It was my first time went to Mashiko. We waited 30 minutes for our table which was ok because we expected. The server who put our name down is pretty nice. We sat at the sushi bar but the sushi chef is not friendly at all. We had some sashimi but they were not as fresh as I thought, maybe little bit better than Uwajimaya. The sushi chef didn't put any effort on the presentation of our sashimi plate. If you are a sushi/sashimi lover, you know what I am talking about. If you go to I Love Sushi or Red Fin then you can tell the difference because they are "real" sushi chef. I am not saying the sushi chef at Mashiko is not "real" but obvisouly he is lack of expericence. I ordered a white fish usuzukuri - which is a very thin slice of the white fish with ponzu sauce. Seriously, when he handed me the plate, I thought he was joking, I mean they were as thick as a piece of sashimi. Also, since they have a open kitchen, we could see everything..... How could you put all the floor mats on the prep table while you are cleaning the floor? Yes, the prep table, table that they prepare all the food that's going into your mouth. I asked the sushi chef do you usually put the floor mats on the prep table, and he said they clean that table everynight......huh.....well, there are a lots of gems on the floor mats, just to let y'all know, don't think we are going back there.....

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★☆☆☆☆

It was my first time went to Mashiko. We waited 30 minutes for our table which was ok because we expected. The server who put our name down is pretty nice. We sat at the sushi bar but the sushi chef is not friendly at all. We had some sashimi but they were not as fresh as I thought, maybe little bit better than Uwajimaya. The sushi chef didn't put any effort on the presentation of our sashimi plate. If you are a sushi/sashimi lover, you know what I am talking about. If you go to I Love Sushi or Red Fin then you can tell the difference because they are "real" sushi chef. I am not saying the sushi chef at Mashiko is not "real" but obvisouly he is lack of expericence. I ordered a white fish usuzukuri - which is a very thin slice of the white fish with ponzu sauce. Seriously, when he handed me the plate, I thought he was joking, I mean they were as thick as a piece of sashimi. Also, since they have a open kitchen, we could see everything..... How could you put all the floor mats on the prep table while you are cleaning the floor? Yes, the prep table, table that they prepare all the food that's going into your mouth. I asked the sushi chef do you usually put the floor mats on the prep table, and he said they clean that table everynight......huh.....well, there are a lots of gems on the floor mats, just to let y'all know, don't think we are going back there.....

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I'm not sure what everyone thinks is so great about "sushiwhoredotcom" Mashiko. I live in W. Seattle and appreciate good sushi which this place most certainly does not have. The rolls, while creative, are sloppy and saucy. The fish was not as fresh as you would expect for a sushi bar. I have only been in twice. The first time I went with my wife where we were not greeted, added myself to the clipboard and got walked around for 20 minutes before being seated. Sushi chef was not too friendly either. Second time I went I came in with my wife, a friend and a client. I thought I would give it one more chance because for some reason this place is ranked high. We had 30 minnute wait. Once we were seated they brought over water and 5 minutes after that we were asked to leave because the waitress realized that they had reserved the table for someone else who was not even there. REALLY!! Are you serious!!! What kind of customer service is that?? She was not even friendly about it. If you really want good, fresh, traditional sushi walk a block north to Azuma. They'll treat you right. I eat there at least once a week if not more.

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★☆☆☆☆

I'm not sure what everyone thinks is so great about "sushiwhoredotcom" Mashiko. I live in W. Seattle and appreciate good sushi which this place most certainly does not have. The rolls, while creative, are sloppy and saucy. The fish was not as fresh as you would expect for a sushi bar. I have only been in twice. The first time I went with my wife where we were not greeted, added myself to the clipboard and got walked around for 20 minutes before being seated. Sushi chef was not too friendly either. Second time I went I came in with my wife, a friend and a client. I thought I would give it one more chance because for some reason this place is ranked high. We had 30 minnute wait. Once we were seated they brought over water and 5 minutes after that we were asked to leave because the waitress realized that they had reserved the table for someone else who was not even there. REALLY!! Are you serious!!! What kind of customer service is that?? She was not even friendly about it. If you really want good, fresh, traditional sushi walk a block north to Azuma. They'll treat you right. I eat there at least once a week if not more.

Pros: They have a fish tank!

Cons: Being there, bad service, unprofessional waitstaff, poor quality food

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There have been a few times when the service was less than supurb but the last five times I've been that hasn't been the case. They do tend to get pretty busy but overall the staff is very friendly. As far as the sushi goes, I have yet to find a better selection or fresher sushi. You must try the Dragon roll and the Boller Roller- by far the best choices on the menu oh and the Albacore Sashimi- YUM YUM!

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★★★★★

There have been a few times when the service was less than supurb but the last five times I've been that hasn't been the case. They do tend to get pretty busy but overall the staff is very friendly. As far as the sushi goes, I have yet to find a better selection or fresher sushi. You must try the Dragon roll and the Boller Roller- by far the best choices on the menu oh and the Albacore Sashimi- YUM YUM!

Pros: SUSHI SUSHI SUSHI!!- Sitting at the sushi bar

Cons: Long wait if you don't make reservations before the cut off time.

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We have been going to Mashiko for several years and every time has been fabulous. Several days later we are still commenting on how great the food was. I highly recommend sitting at the bar. After a few times the chefs will get to know what you like and can make recommendations. You can now make bar reservations on Fridays and Saturdays, which is wonderful -- sometimes the wait could be fairly long. The ingredients are always top notch, unlike the sushi place up the street that serves imitation crab (yuck!)

As for people who commented on the rude service and long time between courses, I wonder what they were expecting. This is a nice place, but is far from the traditional. Their website is sushiwhore(dot)com for goodness sakes! The rules are meant to be comical, not chastising. We have never NEVER been treated badly and actually find the staff to be incredibly helpful. The service has always been paced, because dining there should be an experience. If you want to finish in a half hour, go to McDonalds. Go with an adventurous spirit and be prepared for a nice, leisurely evening of great food.

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★★★★★

We have been going to Mashiko for several years and every time has been fabulous. Several days later we are still commenting on how great the food was. I highly recommend sitting at the bar. After a few times the chefs will get to know what you like and can make recommendations. You can now make bar reservations on Fridays and Saturdays, which is wonderful -- sometimes the wait could be fairly long. The ingredients are always top notch, unlike the sushi place up the street that serves imitation crab (yuck!)

As for people who commented on the rude service and long time between courses, I wonder what they were expecting. This is a nice place, but is far from the traditional. Their website is sushiwhore(dot)com for goodness sakes! The rules are meant to be comical, not chastising. We have never NEVER been treated badly and actually find the staff to be incredibly helpful. The service has always been paced, because dining there should be an experience. If you want to finish in a half hour, go to McDonalds. Go with an adventurous spirit and be prepared for a nice, leisurely evening of great food.

Pros: fresh ingredients, chef recommendations, reservations

Cons: sometimes a long wait on the weekends, they don't open until 5:02

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★☆☆☆☆

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Mashiko's was the first sushi restaurant that made me realize I could never eat sushi from Safeway again! They helped me refine my sushi palate. But---while the rolls are delicious and creative, the wait for arrogant service and the price, have moved me away from this restaurant. In another review someone suggested reservations. This may be a new feature because when I last went that wasn't an option. If you aren't in a hurry,can handle uber expensive, and don't mind NY style wait people the fare is delicious.

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★☆☆☆☆

Mashiko's was the first sushi restaurant that made me realize I could never eat sushi from Safeway again! They helped me refine my sushi palate. But---while the rolls are delicious and creative, the wait for arrogant service and the price, have moved me away from this restaurant. In another review someone suggested reservations. This may be a new feature because when I last went that wasn't an option. If you aren't in a hurry,can handle uber expensive, and don't mind NY style wait people the fare is delicious.

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Ho-Jam-Ay (chef and owner of mashiko) is a native of the island country of Japan. A small country in the ocean, now home to upwards of 3,000 japanese peoples. He is very doscile (for the most part) and is good around children. The food at Mashiko is as nice to look at as it is too eat. I highly recommnd this west seattle jem.

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★★★★★

Ho-Jam-Ay (chef and owner of mashiko) is a native of the island country of Japan. A small country in the ocean, now home to upwards of 3,000 japanese peoples. He is very doscile (for the most part) and is good around children. The food at Mashiko is as nice to look at as it is too eat. I highly recommnd this west seattle jem.

Pros: FRESH< FRESH

Cons: I am not capable of eat ing an infinite amount of sushi.

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I tried several times, but cannot forgive the arrogance, attitude problem, high prices and slow unresponsive service. I took the parents and wife for a celebration of a major event and we were treated like garbage: had a reservation but took 30 minutes to seat us; no food on the table for 35 minutes after we were sat; then small portions arrived at the table every 15 minutes. Each of us got one bite, then we sat there hungry for 15 minutes. The check was over $300 for "Chef's Choice" and we all left hungry.

I wrote 2 letters to the owner (just hoping he would communicate regret for our experience) but received no response at all. I'll never return.

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★☆☆☆☆

I tried several times, but cannot forgive the arrogance, attitude problem, high prices and slow unresponsive service. I took the parents and wife for a celebration of a major event and we were treated like garbage: had a reservation but took 30 minutes to seat us; no food on the table for 35 minutes after we were sat; then small portions arrived at the table every 15 minutes. Each of us got one bite, then we sat there hungry for 15 minutes. The check was over $300 for "Chef's Choice" and we all left hungry.

I wrote 2 letters to the owner (just hoping he would communicate regret for our experience) but received no response at all. I'll never return.

Cons: Bad service, arrogant staff, unconcerned with customer satisfaction

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I recently went and for the first time ate at the sushi bar here. Yes there was a "specials" board. I asked for help with recommendations. I have a vision disability so could not see the board. The comment that the owner/sushi maker came back with was that he had a board of recommendations and wouldn't have put them on the board if he didn't recommend it. I have never believed someone could be so rude. The sushi is ok, however, why would you want to be treated like that?

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★☆☆☆☆

I recently went and for the first time ate at the sushi bar here. Yes there was a "specials" board. I asked for help with recommendations. I have a vision disability so could not see the board. The comment that the owner/sushi maker came back with was that he had a board of recommendations and wouldn't have put them on the board if he didn't recommend it. I have never believed someone could be so rude. The sushi is ok, however, why would you want to be treated like that?

Pros: rudest sushi chef I've ever met

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I had been hearing about this sushi place in West Seattle for months, and my friends and I finally made a reservation. We know one of the chef's that work there, so we were lucky to be seated at the bar where you can watch the chefs prepare the food. It was fun and exciting and educational!! I recommend this sushi place to all Sushi connaisseurs. The food is fresh, the rolls are light but satisfying. They have an excellent beer and wine selection for those that do not like Sake. My favorite rolls were the "Temptation Island" and the "Red Violin."
If you are seated at the bar you will notice signs that they say, "smile, you're on camera." And you are! They have live feed on their website! (www.sushiwhore) Make reservations if you want a guarenteed seat quickly, otherwhise you will be waiting awhile. But, it's still worth the wait.

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★★★★★

I had been hearing about this sushi place in West Seattle for months, and my friends and I finally made a reservation. We know one of the chef's that work there, so we were lucky to be seated at the bar where you can watch the chefs prepare the food. It was fun and exciting and educational!! I recommend this sushi place to all Sushi connaisseurs. The food is fresh, the rolls are light but satisfying. They have an excellent beer and wine selection for those that do not like Sake. My favorite rolls were the "Temptation Island" and the "Red Violin."
If you are seated at the bar you will notice signs that they say, "smile, you're on camera." And you are! They have live feed on their website! (www.sushiwhore) Make reservations if you want a guarenteed seat quickly, otherwhise you will be waiting awhile. But, it's still worth the wait.

Pros: Fresh Seafood, Light but satisfying rolls

Cons: Drink Service, Limited Seating

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It didn't take long to be seated, but it did take about 15 minutes to get our drink orders taken. One member of our party wanted hot saki, but was it was brought cold. I had ordered miso soup with the meal, which was never brought, even though the waiter said he was sorry that he didn't bring it previously, and did I want it now (yes, I did). Then he never brought it. So I paid for a miso and never received it.

He was also asked if we could have a specific roll in a bento box, and when we were told no (which is understandable) we ordered a different meal. He ended up serving the specific roll in the bento, in addition to the other meal. So we paid for the bento and were gyped out of the roll it should have come with, in addition to having to pay for the ordered meal.

In all, we were probably over charged by $15 or so.

It's a shame too, because the food was great, but the waiter didn't listen to us at all, and pretty much served us what he wanted. I'm not sure I'd go back.

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★★☆☆☆

It didn't take long to be seated, but it did take about 15 minutes to get our drink orders taken. One member of our party wanted hot saki, but was it was brought cold. I had ordered miso soup with the meal, which was never brought, even though the waiter said he was sorry that he didn't bring it previously, and did I want it now (yes, I did). Then he never brought it. So I paid for a miso and never received it.

He was also asked if we could have a specific roll in a bento box, and when we were told no (which is understandable) we ordered a different meal. He ended up serving the specific roll in the bento, in addition to the other meal. So we paid for the bento and were gyped out of the roll it should have come with, in addition to having to pay for the ordered meal.

In all, we were probably over charged by $15 or so.

It's a shame too, because the food was great, but the waiter didn't listen to us at all, and pretty much served us what he wanted. I'm not sure I'd go back.

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I eat Sushi twice a week and go to many different restaurants. Mashiko's has got to be the best sushi in Seattle. Not just becuase I live in West Seattle, but the rolls are unique and super fresh. The restaurant is small, hip, and fun. The staff is amazingly knowledgeable about everything from the fish to the sake. You should go with the mind set that you may have a small wait and cozy seating, but it is part of the charm and well worth it.

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★★★★★

I eat Sushi twice a week and go to many different restaurants. Mashiko's has got to be the best sushi in Seattle. Not just becuase I live in West Seattle, but the rolls are unique and super fresh. The restaurant is small, hip, and fun. The staff is amazingly knowledgeable about everything from the fish to the sake. You should go with the mind set that you may have a small wait and cozy seating, but it is part of the charm and well worth it.

Pros: Amazing Sushi and Sake

Cons: you may have to wait to be seated

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Mashiko's is my choice for landmark quality rolls in Seattle. This place made sushi my favorite food. The whole menu is inventive. Make sure to try the grilled Hamachi cheek, if available. The rolls are a true reflection of Saito: new age, and unconventional. If this is your first time having sushi, or if you are a sushi-worshipper, this is the place to go to get your fix.

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★★★★★

Mashiko's is my choice for landmark quality rolls in Seattle. This place made sushi my favorite food. The whole menu is inventive. Make sure to try the grilled Hamachi cheek, if available. The rolls are a true reflection of Saito: new age, and unconventional. If this is your first time having sushi, or if you are a sushi-worshipper, this is the place to go to get your fix.

Pros: Enthusiastic staff, Fresh fish

Cons: Cozy setting makes hard to find a spot when busy

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Best sushi in West Seattle. Helpful servers if you aren't an expert or if it is your first time. Loved the flash fried tuna. Small, so you may need to wait a little but it is fully worth it.

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★★★★★

Best sushi in West Seattle. Helpful servers if you aren't an expert or if it is your first time. Loved the flash fried tuna. Small, so you may need to wait a little but it is fully worth it.

Pros: Free parking in back

Cons: Only 12 tables

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You simply must try Omakase "Up to the Chef" - with two of the three sushi-chefs it's brilliant, and with the third, the owner, it's simply unimprovable. Worth waiting to sit at the sushi bar.

PS Hey Citysearch...that photo needs updating - the vibe is much warmer now with darker colors and dimmer lights.

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★★★★★

You simply must try Omakase "Up to the Chef" - with two of the three sushi-chefs it's brilliant, and with the third, the owner, it's simply unimprovable. Worth waiting to sit at the sushi bar.

PS Hey Citysearch...that photo needs updating - the vibe is much warmer now with darker colors and dimmer lights.

Pros: Fresh fresh food, Very knowledgeable staff, will take your cell # and call you so you can get a drink at West 5.

Cons: Too many people know about it now!

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I have taken guests from ages 16-86 to Mashiko and even the sushi novices enjoyed themselves. This is the most creative Japanese menu I have seen. There is a wide variety of raw, cooked, and vegetarian items and all are clearly marked as such. For a special treat order one of the chef created meals. Your palate will thank you.

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★★★★★

I have taken guests from ages 16-86 to Mashiko and even the sushi novices enjoyed themselves. This is the most creative Japanese menu I have seen. There is a wide variety of raw, cooked, and vegetarian items and all are clearly marked as such. For a special treat order one of the chef created meals. Your palate will thank you.

Pros: You will never get bored with Japanese food here.

Cons: It is very small and can feel crowded.

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Best I've had and I like to try all my friends favorites but none stack up. I like to sit at the bar cause the chefs know when you are ready for your next dish and it moves along more quickly. But if you're not in a hurry a table is great too. They've gotten busier lately on the weekdays but haven't adjusted with staff so be prepared for a little bit more of a wait but it's well worth it!

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★★★★★

Best I've had and I like to try all my friends favorites but none stack up. I like to sit at the bar cause the chefs know when you are ready for your next dish and it moves along more quickly. But if you're not in a hurry a table is great too. They've gotten busier lately on the weekdays but haven't adjusted with staff so be prepared for a little bit more of a wait but it's well worth it!

Pros: Amazing chefs

Cons: The wait can sometimes be long

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Mashiko's is great authentic sushi bar/restaurant for the experienced sushi lover and the beginner. The experienced staff make it easy to ask questions.

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★★★★★

Mashiko's is great authentic sushi bar/restaurant for the experienced sushi lover and the beginner. The experienced staff make it easy to ask questions.

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Really great place to get Sushi, may be a bit too trendy for some. Waiters were always friendly and helpful. Service is really good too. You may have to wait awhile to be seated.

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★★★★★

Really great place to get Sushi, may be a bit too trendy for some. Waiters were always friendly and helpful. Service is really good too. You may have to wait awhile to be seated.

Pros: Cozy, great food, great music

Cons: Very pricey, wait times can be long to be seated.

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ashiko is the best sushi place in all of Seattle. I have tried so many other places with recommendation from supposedly experience sushi eaters and nothing comes close to Mashikos! They always have extensive fresh/special list which most other sushi place dont have. Try the Omakase (Chef choice) is the best deal if you really want to try a lot of the items and experience creative sushi. Im wondering when the last time the Editorial Profiler with city search has been updated. Mashiko is painted a dark romantic color and they have rotating artist works on the wall, some times live music.

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★★★★★

ashiko is the best sushi place in all of Seattle. I have tried so many other places with recommendation from supposedly experience sushi eaters and nothing comes close to Mashikos! They always have extensive fresh/special list which most other sushi place dont have. Try the Omakase (Chef choice) is the best deal if you really want to try a lot of the items and experience creative sushi. Im wondering when the last time the Editorial Profiler with city search has been updated. Mashiko is painted a dark romantic color and they have rotating artist works on the wall, some times live music.

Pros: Sushi, Omakase, Wait staff

Cons: Really busy, Expensive, Wait time

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A great sake selection and a fantastic happy hour menu made my first visit to Mashiko a memorable experience. A small, intimate location, a few large groups made the restaurant somewhat loud on a Friday night. The chefs were creative with their specials and the decor was fabu. I can't wait to go back. Too bad they no longer have their friday-night happy hour

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★★★★★

A great sake selection and a fantastic happy hour menu made my first visit to Mashiko a memorable experience. A small, intimate location, a few large groups made the restaurant somewhat loud on a Friday night. The chefs were creative with their specials and the decor was fabu. I can't wait to go back. Too bad they no longer have their friday-night happy hour

Pros: , sake, clever food

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For the first people in the door I would expect a little service. Instead our waitress disappeared. We finally got her to take our order and we were served. Food was tasty minus she forgot one of the rolls we ordered. After waiting an additonal 15min she finally asked how we were doing. After telling her we were still waiting on our last Roll she just said "Oh, did you order that.. well do you want to wait for it?" which at that point we did not. If you can get around the service, a nice place for sushi.

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★★★★☆

For the first people in the door I would expect a little service. Instead our waitress disappeared. We finally got her to take our order and we were served. Food was tasty minus she forgot one of the rolls we ordered. After waiting an additonal 15min she finally asked how we were doing. After telling her we were still waiting on our last Roll she just said "Oh, did you order that.. well do you want to wait for it?" which at that point we did not. If you can get around the service, a nice place for sushi.

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I have tried every major, and most minor, sushi/japanese resturants in the Seattle/Bellevue area, and nothing really compets with Mashiko's on all levels. The fish is extremely good quantity and quality. The atmoshpere is much more relaxed and comfortable than most. I would go everday if I could afford it, but it's a much better deal than any other Sushi place. They rotate the artwork, which is refreshing for this genre of resturant. After going there once it's been my go-to-place when I want to impress someone who really knows food, but doesn't want the same old thing.
BRAVO!

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★★★★★

I have tried every major, and most minor, sushi/japanese resturants in the Seattle/Bellevue area, and nothing really compets with Mashiko's on all levels. The fish is extremely good quantity and quality. The atmoshpere is much more relaxed and comfortable than most. I would go everday if I could afford it, but it's a much better deal than any other Sushi place. They rotate the artwork, which is refreshing for this genre of resturant. After going there once it's been my go-to-place when I want to impress someone who really knows food, but doesn't want the same old thing.
BRAVO!

Pros: Food, Atmoshpere, Help

Cons: sushi is $ anywhere

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This is the best sushi I have ever had! The fish is always fresh and the Albacore literally melts in your mouth and the service is friendly and warm. Tuna on Snow Shoes and Tiger Eye are great to start with and leave you wanting more. I think I have pretty much worked my way through the menu and have never been disappointed. On a first visit if you can't decide then go for the Omakase and let Hajime surprise you with his choice of not sushi, but lots of creative dishes.

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★★★★★

This is the best sushi I have ever had! The fish is always fresh and the Albacore literally melts in your mouth and the service is friendly and warm. Tuna on Snow Shoes and Tiger Eye are great to start with and leave you wanting more. I think I have pretty much worked my way through the menu and have never been disappointed. On a first visit if you can't decide then go for the Omakase and let Hajime surprise you with his choice of not sushi, but lots of creative dishes.

Pros: Great Food, Friendly, Great Atmosphere

Cons: Busy on Weekends

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We had high hopes for Mashiko based on rave reviews of their sushi. We were prepared to have a great sushi experience here. The sushi was okay--definately not the best we have had--and tiny portions. TINY. Sushi doesn't have to be big to be good, but it should at least be good. The rice isn't sticky, the fish wasn't fresh and the miso tasted weird. The tempura was translucent, greasy, and arrived after our sushi. Service was terrible. The table was sticky. I don't think any more need be said. Someone, please recommend a decent sushi place in Seattle.

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★★☆☆☆

We had high hopes for Mashiko based on rave reviews of their sushi. We were prepared to have a great sushi experience here. The sushi was okay--definately not the best we have had--and tiny portions. TINY. Sushi doesn't have to be big to be good, but it should at least be good. The rice isn't sticky, the fish wasn't fresh and the miso tasted weird. The tempura was translucent, greasy, and arrived after our sushi. Service was terrible. The table was sticky. I don't think any more need be said. Someone, please recommend a decent sushi place in Seattle.

Pros: toys in waiting area

Cons: slow service, overpriced, poor quality

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I actually thought twice about writing this review as this place is so great I am not sure I want the word out to everyone. The sushi Chef is both talented and an interesting fun person. I recommend sitting at the such bar as he is great for making suggestions and the conversation is always good. All of the food is top notch, fresh with a large verity always ask what the specials are. The pieces of sushi are very generous so you dont need to order as much as you might at another restaurant. Prices are a bit pricy but well worth the meal you will get. This is a must try, worth driving to, super good, tell all your friends about it, kind of place.

PROS: Best Sushi in Seattle
CONS: the wait to be seated can get long

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★★★★★

I actually thought twice about writing this review as this place is so great I am not sure I want the word out to everyone. The sushi Chef is both talented and an interesting fun person. I recommend sitting at the such bar as he is great for making suggestions and the conversation is always good. All of the food is top notch, fresh with a large verity always ask what the specials are. The pieces of sushi are very generous so you dont need to order as much as you might at another restaurant. Prices are a bit pricy but well worth the meal you will get. This is a must try, worth driving to, super good, tell all your friends about it, kind of place.

PROS: Best Sushi in Seattle
CONS: the wait to be seated can get long

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I've been to numerous sushi restaurants in the Seattle area. I was surprised to find my now favorite one tucked away in West Seattle's Junction neighborhood. The ambience is a bit wild and irreverant (you'll be on internet wide candid camera if you sit at the sushi bar and the art is definitely NOT traditional Japanese), but the food puts it at the top in my book. Their nigiri and traditional Japanese fair equals the very best and their exotic and creative sushi rolls far surpass anything else in the same league. Go out of your way to try it out. If you live in West Seattle like me, you've got to make it your regular sushi stop!

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★★★★★

I've been to numerous sushi restaurants in the Seattle area. I was surprised to find my now favorite one tucked away in West Seattle's Junction neighborhood. The ambience is a bit wild and irreverant (you'll be on internet wide candid camera if you sit at the sushi bar and the art is definitely NOT traditional Japanese), but the food puts it at the top in my book. Their nigiri and traditional Japanese fair equals the very best and their exotic and creative sushi rolls far surpass anything else in the same league. Go out of your way to try it out. If you live in West Seattle like me, you've got to make it your regular sushi stop!

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unlike Wasabi Bistro, the sushi-snobs here are on the other side of the counter instead of yours. I always feel looked down upon when I go here by the wait staff, but even moreso by the sushi chefs.

BUT- the sushi is fresh and fantastic, and they will not skimp on the portions. (which is nice since this place is a bit more expensive than normal for the fare) The unagi generally spreads the distance of a small plate and is sweet and tangy and perfect.

The chefs know what their doing- and they know it. I will take the upturned noses to enjoy this quality sushi every time.

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★★★★☆

unlike Wasabi Bistro, the sushi-snobs here are on the other side of the counter instead of yours. I always feel looked down upon when I go here by the wait staff, but even moreso by the sushi chefs.

BUT- the sushi is fresh and fantastic, and they will not skimp on the portions. (which is nice since this place is a bit more expensive than normal for the fare) The unagi generally spreads the distance of a small plate and is sweet and tangy and perfect.

The chefs know what their doing- and they know it. I will take the upturned noses to enjoy this quality sushi every time.

Pros: fresh sushi choices, ample portions

Cons: , parking, price

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Fabulous and Splendid and Delicious and Superb! The food is really quite sublime at Mashiko's and I am so thankful we have found it as our fallback place that never fails to please.
The sushi is fresh, beautifully presented and always wonderful to eat. Omakase is the most amazing value and you always receive a little surprise on your plate, especially if you talke to the wait staff about your likes and dislikes. Chef Hajime will make sure that you have something you have never tried before that will become your new favorite dish!!

The friendly wait staff are especially knowledgable and deserve special mention.

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★★★★★

Fabulous and Splendid and Delicious and Superb! The food is really quite sublime at Mashiko's and I am so thankful we have found it as our fallback place that never fails to please.
The sushi is fresh, beautifully presented and always wonderful to eat. Omakase is the most amazing value and you always receive a little surprise on your plate, especially if you talke to the wait staff about your likes and dislikes. Chef Hajime will make sure that you have something you have never tried before that will become your new favorite dish!!

The friendly wait staff are especially knowledgable and deserve special mention.

Pros: Chef Hajime, Creative dishes, Wait staff

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If you enjoy average japanese food that has been doctored up and over priced then this is the place for you. If you enjoy rude staff then this is the place for you. I have given this place a couple of chances, living in west seattle and not wanting to go to the I.D. for food. Everytime i have gone there they have been consistent......consistently rude, consistently messed up my order and consistently slow service.

I do not recommend this place.

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★★☆☆☆

If you enjoy average japanese food that has been doctored up and over priced then this is the place for you. If you enjoy rude staff then this is the place for you. I have given this place a couple of chances, living in west seattle and not wanting to go to the I.D. for food. Everytime i have gone there they have been consistent......consistently rude, consistently messed up my order and consistently slow service.

I do not recommend this place.

Pros: clean

Cons: , average food

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I love the sushi at Mashiko. It's fresh, delicious - and the chef is a creative genius! I usually like to try new restaurants all the time, but for sushi I will stick with Mashiko. It's so good I crave it all the time!

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★★★★★

I love the sushi at Mashiko. It's fresh, delicious - and the chef is a creative genius! I usually like to try new restaurants all the time, but for sushi I will stick with Mashiko. It's so good I crave it all the time!

Pros: Delicious sushi, Creative sushi

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I've been searching all over the Seattle area for a great sushi place and I've finally found it. The first thing I look for is quality of the sushi, and Mashiko serves excellent quality sushi. I hate sushi places that serve a tiny sliver of sushi on a monster bed of rice...WHERE'S THE FISH? Mashiko serves a very healthy portion of fish that drapes off both ends of the rice. To top it off, there's a wonderful selection of food and fine sake that will make you want to return as soon as possible to try something new. You won't be dissappointed.

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★★★★★

I've been searching all over the Seattle area for a great sushi place and I've finally found it. The first thing I look for is quality of the sushi, and Mashiko serves excellent quality sushi. I hate sushi places that serve a tiny sliver of sushi on a monster bed of rice...WHERE'S THE FISH? Mashiko serves a very healthy portion of fish that drapes off both ends of the rice. To top it off, there's a wonderful selection of food and fine sake that will make you want to return as soon as possible to try something new. You won't be dissappointed.

Pros: Quality, Selection, Creativity

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There's a lot of creativity going on at Mashiko - and the results are mouth-watering. The sushi chefs are long-termers and remember your name - besides serving up amazing sushi without pretention or high prices! I used to live in Japan and Mashiko is my favorite place in Seattle.

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★★★★☆

There's a lot of creativity going on at Mashiko - and the results are mouth-watering. The sushi chefs are long-termers and remember your name - besides serving up amazing sushi without pretention or high prices! I used to live in Japan and Mashiko is my favorite place in Seattle.

 

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