Yamashiro Sushi Broker

★★★★☆

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I used to really like this place but due to our poor treatment tonight my friends and I will not be going back. We arrived at 7:30pm for my husband's 40th birthday celebration. With five of us over the course of 2.5 hours we ordered 5 sakes 5 beers and 3 cocktails at which point when having to request another round three times we were sheepishly told by the waitress that we were cut off and that there was a 5 drink each limit. We hadn't had 25 drinks so we were puzzled and asked for some clarification as to why this rule was in effect since we had been to Warabi several times before and had never been cut off like this. We were then told that some guy (the bartender or the head chef) felt that too much alcohol was going to our table. I don't feel we were being any louder than any other time and since there weren't any other patrons in the restaurant I couldn't imagine it was our behavior that brought about our sanctioning. My guess is that since it was a half an hour from their 10:30pm closing time they were trying to get us out of there so they could leave early.
It really is disappointing but I can't go back to a place that was so rude and essentially ruined my husbands special day

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★☆☆☆☆

I used to really like this place but due to our poor treatment tonight my friends and I will not be going back. We arrived at 7:30pm for my husband's 40th birthday celebration. With five of us over the course of 2.5 hours we ordered 5 sakes 5 beers and 3 cocktails at which point when having to request another round three times we were sheepishly told by the waitress that we were cut off and that there was a 5 drink each limit. We hadn't had 25 drinks so we were puzzled and asked for some clarification as to why this rule was in effect since we had been to Warabi several times before and had never been cut off like this. We were then told that some guy (the bartender or the head chef) felt that too much alcohol was going to our table. I don't feel we were being any louder than any other time and since there weren't any other patrons in the restaurant I couldn't imagine it was our behavior that brought about our sanctioning. My guess is that since it was a half an hour from their 10:30pm closing time they were trying to get us out of there so they could leave early.
It really is disappointing but I can't go back to a place that was so rude and essentially ruined my husbands special day

Cons: treated poorly

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My boyfriend and I used to love this place and come here all the time for happy hour. Best sushi around seattle! When we noticed the name change, we decided to give them a chance. One of the rolls we ordered was a fried shrimp tempura roll. I actually witnessed them MICROWAVING it!!!! Need I possibly say any more?! I would rather eat at Sushi Land, the Mc Donalds of sushi then the horrible overpriced food I received from Warabi.

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★☆☆☆☆

My boyfriend and I used to love this place and come here all the time for happy hour. Best sushi around seattle! When we noticed the name change, we decided to give them a chance. One of the rolls we ordered was a fried shrimp tempura roll. I actually witnessed them MICROWAVING it!!!! Need I possibly say any more?! I would rather eat at Sushi Land, the Mc Donalds of sushi then the horrible overpriced food I received from Warabi.

Pros: none

Cons: bad food, owner change

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I love going to sush places, and for the most part, I'm ok with it. But, after trying Warabi or whatever this place is called yesterday, I was very very disappointed. The food was horrible and was very expensive. The portion wasn't satisfying either. I had some of the worst sushi rolls I have had in my life. It felt like a completely waste of money. I would never go back, and I recommend nobody to try their sushi and rolls. Find some other place that are better (which is not very difficult because anywhere else would be better)

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★☆☆☆☆

I love going to sush places, and for the most part, I'm ok with it. But, after trying Warabi or whatever this place is called yesterday, I was very very disappointed. The food was horrible and was very expensive. The portion wasn't satisfying either. I had some of the worst sushi rolls I have had in my life. It felt like a completely waste of money. I would never go back, and I recommend nobody to try their sushi and rolls. Find some other place that are better (which is not very difficult because anywhere else would be better)

Pros: fairly good service, good atmosphere

Cons: below average food, little portion, overpriced.

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I used to goto Yamashiro every week, but it has changed to Warabi. The food is a little different but still really good. I love the rolls and nigiri especially. I dont know if its a new owner or just a new menu, either way i will returning weekly as before.

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★★★★★

I used to goto Yamashiro every week, but it has changed to Warabi. The food is a little different but still really good. I love the rolls and nigiri especially. I dont know if its a new owner or just a new menu, either way i will returning weekly as before.

Pros: fresh fish

Cons: location

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This resturant used to be a different japanese resturant that I used to go to regularly, I was so bummed when I drove by to see something totally different. I heard good things about it so I decided to give it a try. I am so glad I did! The food is so tastey, you can tell it's high quality, but without the high price. The menu is different, it is bigger, but It has most of the dishes it did before, and a lot of good looking new ones too.
And the service has been great! All the girls there seem so sweet and they have treated me so kindly. I will definitly be going back again and again.

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★★★★★

This resturant used to be a different japanese resturant that I used to go to regularly, I was so bummed when I drove by to see something totally different. I heard good things about it so I decided to give it a try. I am so glad I did! The food is so tastey, you can tell it's high quality, but without the high price. The menu is different, it is bigger, but It has most of the dishes it did before, and a lot of good looking new ones too.
And the service has been great! All the girls there seem so sweet and they have treated me so kindly. I will definitly be going back again and again.

Pros: It only has about 15 tables not counting the bars so it can fill up fast, I might make a reservation next time. And I think it has a couple larger rooms for big parties too!

Cons: Parking, and location

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My fiance and I live just locks away from what used to be Yamashiro and loved to go often for Sushi, Saki and a fun atmosphere. Tonight we drove up and noticed the name out front changed to "WARABI". The inside was exactly the same and otherwise looked like Yamashiro so we gave it a shot. Apparently there are new owners and we honestly could not have been more disappointed. The fish was seriously STINKY and the presentation was nothing short of sloppy. I wish I could give this place a positive review because I loved having a great sushi place near-by, but this change of ownership ruined this restaurant. We will never go back. Save your money and drive a bit north (Edmonds) or South (Greenlake/Fremont/Seattle) for much better choices.

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★☆☆☆☆

My fiance and I live just locks away from what used to be Yamashiro and loved to go often for Sushi, Saki and a fun atmosphere. Tonight we drove up and noticed the name out front changed to "WARABI". The inside was exactly the same and otherwise looked like Yamashiro so we gave it a shot. Apparently there are new owners and we honestly could not have been more disappointed. The fish was seriously STINKY and the presentation was nothing short of sloppy. I wish I could give this place a positive review because I loved having a great sushi place near-by, but this change of ownership ruined this restaurant. We will never go back. Save your money and drive a bit north (Edmonds) or South (Greenlake/Fremont/Seattle) for much better choices.

Pros: Saki

Cons: Terrible service, messy presentation, old fish

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My husband and I eat at Yamashiro Bistro a lot. Their fish is always very fresh and they have a huge selection of rolls to choose from. Their Rainbow Roll, Aurora Avenue Roll, and Seattle Tempura Roll are our favorites. They also have a nice bar and the decor is professional, comfortable, and simple. We've reserved their private tables for business meetings a few times and everyone enjoyed their meals. The only downside is that it's in a tiny strip mall on Aurora, but when you're inside, you'll forget the strip mall.

Highly Recommended

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★★★★★

My husband and I eat at Yamashiro Bistro a lot. Their fish is always very fresh and they have a huge selection of rolls to choose from. Their Rainbow Roll, Aurora Avenue Roll, and Seattle Tempura Roll are our favorites. They also have a nice bar and the decor is professional, comfortable, and simple. We've reserved their private tables for business meetings a few times and everyone enjoyed their meals. The only downside is that it's in a tiny strip mall on Aurora, but when you're inside, you'll forget the strip mall.

Highly Recommended

Pros: Fresh sushi, great roll and nigiri selection, nice bar

Cons: Location

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..but definitely good quality. I was very happy to find this great little place on Aurora of all places! A friend of mine had told me about the place, but it wasn't until driving by that I recognized and remembered the name. The parking lot can be tricky as there aren't a lot of spaces, but this is definitely a fun and pleasant place to grab a bite to eat. The Kobe burger is huge, and the sushi is prepared well. We re-invented the key lime martini they serve (which is just soooo tasty!) for Valentine's this year. If you haven't been, this is a great find that you must try out in the North end.

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★★★★★

..but definitely good quality. I was very happy to find this great little place on Aurora of all places! A friend of mine had told me about the place, but it wasn't until driving by that I recognized and remembered the name. The parking lot can be tricky as there aren't a lot of spaces, but this is definitely a fun and pleasant place to grab a bite to eat. The Kobe burger is huge, and the sushi is prepared well. We re-invented the key lime martini they serve (which is just soooo tasty!) for Valentine's this year. If you haven't been, this is a great find that you must try out in the North end.

Pros: friendly service, fun laid-back atmostphere, clean!

Cons: parking

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I've had nothing but the best experiences every time I walk into this little hidden oasis on Aurora Ave. The staff and owner are extremely genuine and they serve the highest quality ingredients at an affordable price. The menu is wonderfully assorted and this is my favorite spot in town for seared ahi. The ahi trio is my favorite dish! Their signature salad beats any other in town with the addition of a lovely and generous portion of ahi. Although they are bec`oming more popular and steadily gaining a loyal clientele, it is still easy to find room there during most of the week and on Sundays. Weekends, like any other good place in town, requires more patience and ideally reservations. But hey, good food takes time anywhere! Love, love, love this place!

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★★★★★

I've had nothing but the best experiences every time I walk into this little hidden oasis on Aurora Ave. The staff and owner are extremely genuine and they serve the highest quality ingredients at an affordable price. The menu is wonderfully assorted and this is my favorite spot in town for seared ahi. The ahi trio is my favorite dish! Their signature salad beats any other in town with the addition of a lovely and generous portion of ahi. Although they are bec`oming more popular and steadily gaining a loyal clientele, it is still easy to find room there during most of the week and on Sundays. Weekends, like any other good place in town, requires more patience and ideally reservations. But hey, good food takes time anywhere! Love, love, love this place!

Pros: large and unique assortment of rolls, fresh ingredients, wonderful staff

Cons: don't forget to make reservations on special holidays and on weekends

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My wife and I recently arrived at Yamashiro for our 7:45pm reservation on Saturday. The restaurant was moderately busy, yet disgruntled customers were streaming out the doors.

We were very patient and friendly, but still were not seated until well after 8:30pm. By 9:30pm we still did not have our order taken. At this point the restaurant had no longer been even remotely busy for the past 45 minutes, with many empty tables. We felt waiting two hours just to have our order taken was unacceptable, and we left.

I've also heard of similar experiences from other customers. Please be very careful when visiting this establishment, or only go during off-peak hours.

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★☆☆☆☆

My wife and I recently arrived at Yamashiro for our 7:45pm reservation on Saturday. The restaurant was moderately busy, yet disgruntled customers were streaming out the doors.

We were very patient and friendly, but still were not seated until well after 8:30pm. By 9:30pm we still did not have our order taken. At this point the restaurant had no longer been even remotely busy for the past 45 minutes, with many empty tables. We felt waiting two hours just to have our order taken was unacceptable, and we left.

I've also heard of similar experiences from other customers. Please be very careful when visiting this establishment, or only go during off-peak hours.

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Good sushi on Aurora??? I would have never guessed it. The ambiance was as described, kind of night-club-ish. The sushi was fresh. Surprisingly expensive and the nigiri came in single pieces rather than in two's. As for the previous comments re: ketchup bottles. I noted that on the menu they feature a burger. Perhaps that's where the reader thought ketchup would be appropriate???. I will definitley return, but with a bigger budget.

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★★★★☆

Good sushi on Aurora??? I would have never guessed it. The ambiance was as described, kind of night-club-ish. The sushi was fresh. Surprisingly expensive and the nigiri came in single pieces rather than in two's. As for the previous comments re: ketchup bottles. I noted that on the menu they feature a burger. Perhaps that's where the reader thought ketchup would be appropriate???. I will definitley return, but with a bigger budget.

Pros: fresh, good service

Cons: rather xpensive (but not outrageous)

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My friends and I make repeated visits to Yamashiro's. I found the staff friendly, prompt and helpful. The servers are informative, and clearly familiar with the menu, and do their jobs well. We get our meals promptly and accurately (in several visits with two guests, typically - sometimes four, and on one occasion nine diners in the private room for a party). We've been as pleased with meals from the kitchen or the bar - the Kobe Beef medallions are a favorite.

So, I would gladly recommend Yamashiro's to anyone seeking good eats on the northern stretch of 99/Aurora. I would *not* agree with the note stating the spot is "good for kids". It isn't. It's clearly geared toward an adult crowd. The tables are close, though comfortable. The vibe is quiet and romantic, almost night-clubbish. In the likely event that child diners become bored, everyone is within earshot, and well within range if tekka-maki becomes a missile weapon. If you can't get a sitter, you want to make reservations elsewhere.

I don't typically address previous reviews - however, two comments just didn't make sense. One, a complaint about the way too empty ketchup bottles... um, ketchup? What menu item (at a Japanese restaurant) do you put ketchup ON exactly? In all my visits, I've never *seen* a ketchup bottle there. But I hardly think it worthy of a complaint. The other was a comment that the owner/sushi chef was (by implication) an opportunist cashing in on the Japanese cuisine fad. The sushi chef that manned the bar on all of our visits was a cheerful Japanese man, perhaps in his 50's. I don't think he was faking his language or heritage to bilk us out of our hard earned money. He was however polite enough not to laugh at me for attempting to say good evening in my Japanese - which needs a LOT more practice.

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★★★★★

My friends and I make repeated visits to Yamashiro's. I found the staff friendly, prompt and helpful. The servers are informative, and clearly familiar with the menu, and do their jobs well. We get our meals promptly and accurately (in several visits with two guests, typically - sometimes four, and on one occasion nine diners in the private room for a party). We've been as pleased with meals from the kitchen or the bar - the Kobe Beef medallions are a favorite.

So, I would gladly recommend Yamashiro's to anyone seeking good eats on the northern stretch of 99/Aurora. I would *not* agree with the note stating the spot is "good for kids". It isn't. It's clearly geared toward an adult crowd. The tables are close, though comfortable. The vibe is quiet and romantic, almost night-clubbish. In the likely event that child diners become bored, everyone is within earshot, and well within range if tekka-maki becomes a missile weapon. If you can't get a sitter, you want to make reservations elsewhere.

I don't typically address previous reviews - however, two comments just didn't make sense. One, a complaint about the way too empty ketchup bottles... um, ketchup? What menu item (at a Japanese restaurant) do you put ketchup ON exactly? In all my visits, I've never *seen* a ketchup bottle there. But I hardly think it worthy of a complaint. The other was a comment that the owner/sushi chef was (by implication) an opportunist cashing in on the Japanese cuisine fad. The sushi chef that manned the bar on all of our visits was a cheerful Japanese man, perhaps in his 50's. I don't think he was faking his language or heritage to bilk us out of our hard earned money. He was however polite enough not to laugh at me for attempting to say good evening in my Japanese - which needs a LOT more practice.

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From other reviews I was excited to invite 6 friends to join me for dinner. We had reservations at 6pm in a private room. Most of us arrived by 5 pm for happy hour and were informed that the only place in the restaurant that we could have happy hour prices was a small area on one side already crowded. We managed to squeeze in and when the bar bill was presented--we were informed that wine was not included on happy hour. We went to our private room (good space) and our experience evolved into a three stooges movie. Most ordered halibut and 20 minutes later were informed that the halibut was sold out (6 pm), some ordered sake and were informed (10 minutes later) that the house sake was not available. We received our order after waiting 45 minutes and one person never received hers. The food/presentation was above average except for the two catsup bottles that had 1/4 inch left in each bottle. We could only laugh as the night was a comedy of errors. Most of the evening the entire restaurant/bar had only one server.

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★★★☆☆

From other reviews I was excited to invite 6 friends to join me for dinner. We had reservations at 6pm in a private room. Most of us arrived by 5 pm for happy hour and were informed that the only place in the restaurant that we could have happy hour prices was a small area on one side already crowded. We managed to squeeze in and when the bar bill was presented--we were informed that wine was not included on happy hour. We went to our private room (good space) and our experience evolved into a three stooges movie. Most ordered halibut and 20 minutes later were informed that the halibut was sold out (6 pm), some ordered sake and were informed (10 minutes later) that the house sake was not available. We received our order after waiting 45 minutes and one person never received hers. The food/presentation was above average except for the two catsup bottles that had 1/4 inch left in each bottle. We could only laugh as the night was a comedy of errors. Most of the evening the entire restaurant/bar had only one server.

Pros: good food in the north end

Cons: service and items not available on menu with limited choices

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This sushi bistro is awesome. Love the ambiance (modern hip, but has tatami rooms in the back for the old school in us all) and the rotating menu on the flat screen tv by the bar. Very good sashimi, rolls were great too. I've tried the Kobe steak there as well and it's pretty much heaven. Enjoyed myself entirely.

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★★★★★

This sushi bistro is awesome. Love the ambiance (modern hip, but has tatami rooms in the back for the old school in us all) and the rotating menu on the flat screen tv by the bar. Very good sashimi, rolls were great too. I've tried the Kobe steak there as well and it's pretty much heaven. Enjoyed myself entirely.

Pros: Awesome everything

Cons: Location in Aurora

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As a sushi restaurant Yamashiro is average at best but the real strength here are their cooked dishes. The salt and pepper fried chicken is incredibly moist and delicious with an addictive crispy brown skin. The Kobe beef steak comes cooked to perfection (get it medium rare!) with a side of wasabi mashed potatoes and pan sauteed veggies. Other good choices include pan seared halibut, teriyaki salmon and black cod kasuzuke.

When ordering sushi, stick to their vast menu of inventive and fun rolls.

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★★★★☆

As a sushi restaurant Yamashiro is average at best but the real strength here are their cooked dishes. The salt and pepper fried chicken is incredibly moist and delicious with an addictive crispy brown skin. The Kobe beef steak comes cooked to perfection (get it medium rare!) with a side of wasabi mashed potatoes and pan sauteed veggies. Other good choices include pan seared halibut, teriyaki salmon and black cod kasuzuke.

When ordering sushi, stick to their vast menu of inventive and fun rolls.

Pros: fried chicken, Kobe beef, sushi rolls

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This is a great place to share sushi with a friend, especially after work. The Happy Hour specials are a good deal, and the rolls are incredibly tasty. The stylish decor creates a clean, inviting environment that is perfect for enjoying a cocktail and watching TV on the flat screen. The plate settings & stemware are modern & trendy - but the delicious food keeps me going back for more! This is a great venue in North Seattle with scrumptious sushi.

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★★★★★

This is a great place to share sushi with a friend, especially after work. The Happy Hour specials are a good deal, and the rolls are incredibly tasty. The stylish decor creates a clean, inviting environment that is perfect for enjoying a cocktail and watching TV on the flat screen. The plate settings & stemware are modern & trendy - but the delicious food keeps me going back for more! This is a great venue in North Seattle with scrumptious sushi.

Pros: Friendly service, Great sushi, Prompt seating

Cons: Dark

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For Aurora, this is a decent place. My only complaints are slightly pricey menu for subpar cuts of fish. Though 90% of my meal was fine, a few pieces still had skin on them....

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★★★☆☆

For Aurora, this is a decent place. My only complaints are slightly pricey menu for subpar cuts of fish. Though 90% of my meal was fine, a few pieces still had skin on them....

Pros: location

Cons: quality of some fish

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After reading the chain of highly recommended, I was curious as to why someone gave it a poor review. Well, I agree with the majority! The service was prompt, the staff members were friendly, and the sushi was fresh and inexpensive. Give Yamashiro a try and check it out for yourself.

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★★★★★

After reading the chain of highly recommended, I was curious as to why someone gave it a poor review. Well, I agree with the majority! The service was prompt, the staff members were friendly, and the sushi was fresh and inexpensive. Give Yamashiro a try and check it out for yourself.

Pros: endless roll choices, free parking, private dining rooms

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Young inexperienced waitstaff was fine; sushi chef and owner sitting at bar was not. 25 minutes at sushi bar with no service was a sign of what to expect. I've been to to a lot of these places north of the City with the same experience. Perhaps just another purveyor trying to cash in on a fad in Seattle. Save your experience for a real Janpese owned establishment.

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★☆☆☆☆

Young inexperienced waitstaff was fine; sushi chef and owner sitting at bar was not. 25 minutes at sushi bar with no service was a sign of what to expect. I've been to to a lot of these places north of the City with the same experience. Perhaps just another purveyor trying to cash in on a fad in Seattle. Save your experience for a real Janpese owned establishment.

Cons: Parking, Service, Service

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We were wondering if we were still on Aurora, the atmosphere and food was so great, but then we saw a street-walker strolling down the sidewalk. Try the deep-fried cheesecake, it's strangely delicious. Everything we tried was very good. Is a little pricey though.

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★★★★★

We were wondering if we were still on Aurora, the atmosphere and food was so great, but then we saw a street-walker strolling down the sidewalk. Try the deep-fried cheesecake, it's strangely delicious. Everything we tried was very good. Is a little pricey though.

Pros: Fast service, Easy parking, Great Food

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They have very good sushi and rolls at reasonable prices. The best dish is the whole salt and pepper fried chicken for 16 bucks. This easily feeds four and very moist and tasty. Considering other restaurants charge 20 bucks or more for half a chicken, this is an inceredible deal. The service is casual and friendly. Go try it!

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★★★★★

They have very good sushi and rolls at reasonable prices. The best dish is the whole salt and pepper fried chicken for 16 bucks. This easily feeds four and very moist and tasty. Considering other restaurants charge 20 bucks or more for half a chicken, this is an inceredible deal. The service is casual and friendly. Go try it!

Pros: food, value, free parking

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We had a wonderful experience. Great menu. Can't wait to go back and try other delicious sushi rolls.

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★★★★★

We had a wonderful experience. Great menu. Can't wait to go back and try other delicious sushi rolls.

Pros: great food, nice staff, diverse menu

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Sushi was excellent and so was the service, Nothing comes close in the north end or in seattle!

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★★★★★

Sushi was excellent and so was the service, Nothing comes close in the north end or in seattle!

Pros: great menu, private rooms, happy hour

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The food was great and well worth the time to stop by and dine. Enjoy.

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★★★★★

The food was great and well worth the time to stop by and dine. Enjoy.

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We decided to check this place out based on the citysearch review and the fact that we live in Greenlake and always no the lookout for good japanese. We had a party of 4 and tried some of the new types of sushi rolls that were on the menu. Highly recommend the Yamashiro Roll (house special) and the Red Dragon Roll (if you like Spicy/hot this is the one). We also tried a selection of Soju coctails which were somewhat tasteless, so if you really love soju go crazy on the coctails. I would return here in a flash and bring more friends with me. They have private rooms also which would be great for a larger group or celebration. Highly recommend you give this place a try, you will come back.

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★★★★★

We decided to check this place out based on the citysearch review and the fact that we live in Greenlake and always no the lookout for good japanese. We had a party of 4 and tried some of the new types of sushi rolls that were on the menu. Highly recommend the Yamashiro Roll (house special) and the Red Dragon Roll (if you like Spicy/hot this is the one). We also tried a selection of Soju coctails which were somewhat tasteless, so if you really love soju go crazy on the coctails. I would return here in a flash and bring more friends with me. They have private rooms also which would be great for a larger group or celebration. Highly recommend you give this place a try, you will come back.

Pros: prompt service, value for money, execellent fod

Cons: it is in a strip mall

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I admit I'm a bit of a restaurant snob who considers most restaurants north of 85th street the sole domain of fast food outlets or fare served along with a hefty dose of cigarette smoke and Budweiser. But this fresh and clean enclave of very good sushi and upscale saki is a pleasant surprise in the no-man's land of 137th and Aurora. Tucked in between some auto repair shop and other destination only businesses, Yamashiro's is easy to miss. Once inside you could be anywhere though. The sushi is high quality and portions generous for the price. I have to admit I like it a lot. The owner is very excited about bringing downtown sushidom to northend denizens and wants to serve and serve well. What more could you ask for? Well besides another location, more customers. So come on down since I'd hate to see this place go away.

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★★★★☆

I admit I'm a bit of a restaurant snob who considers most restaurants north of 85th street the sole domain of fast food outlets or fare served along with a hefty dose of cigarette smoke and Budweiser. But this fresh and clean enclave of very good sushi and upscale saki is a pleasant surprise in the no-man's land of 137th and Aurora. Tucked in between some auto repair shop and other destination only businesses, Yamashiro's is easy to miss. Once inside you could be anywhere though. The sushi is high quality and portions generous for the price. I have to admit I like it a lot. The owner is very excited about bringing downtown sushidom to northend denizens and wants to serve and serve well. What more could you ask for? Well besides another location, more customers. So come on down since I'd hate to see this place go away.

Pros: Excellent sushi, great price, caring owner

Cons: , too bright inside

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I went with some colleagues from work and was surprised by the welcoming and clean ambiance. Once inside, it is very easy to forget you are on Aurora. Great food. Great service. I'm going back with my family tonight for the long Sunday Happy Hour.

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★★★★★

I went with some colleagues from work and was surprised by the welcoming and clean ambiance. Once inside, it is very easy to forget you are on Aurora. Great food. Great service. I'm going back with my family tonight for the long Sunday Happy Hour.

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Who woulda thought you could find top notch sushi in North Seattle? Well, you can at Yamashiro Sushi Bistro. Moreover, their vast menu not includes great sushi but some classic meat/seafood dishes. Clean as a whistle, polite and efficient service, sophisticated atmosphere and really good food. Oh, and good parking outside.

As good as Izumi or Kikuya on the Eastside or any of the Seattle institutions like Saito, Shiro's or Nikkos.

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★★★★★

Who woulda thought you could find top notch sushi in North Seattle? Well, you can at Yamashiro Sushi Bistro. Moreover, their vast menu not includes great sushi but some classic meat/seafood dishes. Clean as a whistle, polite and efficient service, sophisticated atmosphere and really good food. Oh, and good parking outside.

As good as Izumi or Kikuya on the Eastside or any of the Seattle institutions like Saito, Shiro's or Nikkos.

Pros: Great Food/Service, Good Bar, Good Parking

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Sushi under four bucks?-that's what lured me to Yamashiro's late night happy hour. With friendly staff and a full bar, I had an awesome time at Yamashiro Sushi Bistro. I went back with my friends who do not care for raw fish because, believe it or not, there's something for everyone-including non sushi eaters and vegeterians. My best friend's favorite was the all natural beef steak and I had the Yamashiro Roll. We are anxious to go back next Sunday to try out a different roll on the happy hour menu. With more than 35 different rolls, we will be visiting Yamashiro for a very long time. I am so glad that I don't have to drive down to downtown for a great meal.

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★★★★★

Sushi under four bucks?-that's what lured me to Yamashiro's late night happy hour. With friendly staff and a full bar, I had an awesome time at Yamashiro Sushi Bistro. I went back with my friends who do not care for raw fish because, believe it or not, there's something for everyone-including non sushi eaters and vegeterians. My best friend's favorite was the all natural beef steak and I had the Yamashiro Roll. We are anxious to go back next Sunday to try out a different roll on the happy hour menu. With more than 35 different rolls, we will be visiting Yamashiro for a very long time. I am so glad that I don't have to drive down to downtown for a great meal.

Pros: excellent service, delicious food, great ambiance

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Dinner was fantastic. The sushi was delicious and the restaurant offered an eclectic selection of other meals to dine on. The bar offered a wide selection of drinks.

Service was prompt and the staff was attentive.

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★★★★★

Dinner was fantastic. The sushi was delicious and the restaurant offered an eclectic selection of other meals to dine on. The bar offered a wide selection of drinks.

Service was prompt and the staff was attentive.

 

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