Hiroshi's Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 2501 Eastlake Ave E

    Seattle, WA 98102

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  • 206-726-4966

About Hiroshi's Restaurant

Hours
Mon. - Sat. 11am - 2pm;Sun. CLOSED

Food

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This was our second visit to Hiroshi's. The time previous to this visit, was about 7 years ago.The restaurant has ample dining space, limited parking, but a great location from Fremont. Anyway, the service was good, but not great. They did not come back to fill our water glasses. The Dragon roll was drenched in some type of sauce and ugh...very, very salty. It also arrived as a sloppy put-together sushi roll. For that same price, I've been to plenty of sushi restaurants that can make the roll actually look presentable. The prices are competitive, but for the quality, I would say their prices should be lowered.

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★★☆☆☆

This was our second visit to Hiroshi's. The time previous to this visit, was about 7 years ago.The restaurant has ample dining space, limited parking, but a great location from Fremont. Anyway, the service was good, but not great. They did not come back to fill our water glasses. The Dragon roll was drenched in some type of sauce and ugh...very, very salty. It also arrived as a sloppy put-together sushi roll. For that same price, I've been to plenty of sushi restaurants that can make the roll actually look presentable. The prices are competitive, but for the quality, I would say their prices should be lowered.

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I love the lunch specials!! Normally I order the Japanese Lunch Special for $10.95 and it is so much food and so good. Our group from work comes here often to celebrate events or social lunch and most people (except people who do not eat fish) love it. Never been to the Friday night with Jazz but heard it is great! Dinner is definitely more expensive though.

Highly recommend.

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★★★★☆

I love the lunch specials!! Normally I order the Japanese Lunch Special for $10.95 and it is so much food and so good. Our group from work comes here often to celebrate events or social lunch and most people (except people who do not eat fish) love it. Never been to the Friday night with Jazz but heard it is great! Dinner is definitely more expensive though.

Highly recommend.

Pros: great deal and lots of food at lunch special

Cons: vegetable dishes do not seem that good

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Convenienlty located on Eastlake and Louisa. Offers sushi and other Japanese dishes. Great food and service. Ate there often when our offices were located nearby.

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★★★★★

Convenienlty located on Eastlake and Louisa. Offers sushi and other Japanese dishes. Great food and service. Ate there often when our offices were located nearby.

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This is a great place to have sushi on Eastlake Avenue. If you get to know the chef, then you can request specials that are not on the menu. A nice quiet neighborhood restaurant.

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★★★★☆

This is a great place to have sushi on Eastlake Avenue. If you get to know the chef, then you can request specials that are not on the menu. A nice quiet neighborhood restaurant.

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Things have gone seriously down hill at Hiroshi's. I have been going here for years and found it to be good food with mediocre service. Now it is apparently terrible service with no food. First of all they took my wife's drink order and walked off without taking mine. After straigtening out that we finally ordered. My wife was served and I waited for a half hour without my order showing up. I finally complained and got a "they are really busy" and no apology. I paid the bill for my wiofe's meal and walked out. Again no apology. And I certainly paid for my wife's dinner. That is the last time for me. there are too many good restaraunts that want my business.

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Things have gone seriously down hill at Hiroshi's. I have been going here for years and found it to be good food with mediocre service. Now it is apparently terrible service with no food. First of all they took my wife's drink order and walked off without taking mine. After straigtening out that we finally ordered. My wife was served and I waited for a half hour without my order showing up. I finally complained and got a "they are really busy" and no apology. I paid the bill for my wiofe's meal and walked out. Again no apology. And I certainly paid for my wife's dinner. That is the last time for me. there are too many good restaraunts that want my business.

Pros: No food service and there is no Pro

Cons: No food - really bad service

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Exceptional items I have experienced include: 1) Tempura veggies appetizer (Split it for sure, or eat that for dinner. Comes with a wide variety of veggies, not just string beans and zucchini.) 2) Gyu-Don Rice Bowl (sliced teriyaki beef - oh so thinly sliced & flavorful)

Not so exceptional items: 1) Chicken Katsu (very dry, tasteless), Chicken Teriyaki (while a large portion, lots of skin on pieces which isn't my style)

Can be crowded on weekends, especially the "Jazz nights". When you try to place a pick-up order on "Jazz night" it will be near impossible for them to hear you - Good luck. Restaurant service has always been pleasant. Definately pricey, but quality is good and some items have substantial portions. Has tv with interesting Japanese television shows.

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★★★★☆

Exceptional items I have experienced include: 1) Tempura veggies appetizer (Split it for sure, or eat that for dinner. Comes with a wide variety of veggies, not just string beans and zucchini.) 2) Gyu-Don Rice Bowl (sliced teriyaki beef - oh so thinly sliced & flavorful)

Not so exceptional items: 1) Chicken Katsu (very dry, tasteless), Chicken Teriyaki (while a large portion, lots of skin on pieces which isn't my style)

Can be crowded on weekends, especially the "Jazz nights". When you try to place a pick-up order on "Jazz night" it will be near impossible for them to hear you - Good luck. Restaurant service has always been pleasant. Definately pricey, but quality is good and some items have substantial portions. Has tv with interesting Japanese television shows.

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I ordered dinner to-go tonight and I ordered "Chicken Karaage" (starter-$5.95) and "Katsu Combination" ($16.95) from the to-go menu. I have ordered this 2 items many times. To my surprise, I was charged a total of $33.77. According to the to-go menu, the Chicken Karaage should cost $5.95. The waitress thought it was for a dinner order (about $14) and there is no such item for the entree menu. I ordered the same items 2 weeks ago and was charged $5.95. So the rice and salad costs $8?? The quantity of chicken was the same. Must I double-check if it was a starter (I have ordered it so many times the same way and it's only available as a starter)? They should inform their wait staff to take proper orders or change the to-go menu accordingly to reflect that there is such an item in the entree menu.

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★★☆☆☆

I ordered dinner to-go tonight and I ordered "Chicken Karaage" (starter-$5.95) and "Katsu Combination" ($16.95) from the to-go menu. I have ordered this 2 items many times. To my surprise, I was charged a total of $33.77. According to the to-go menu, the Chicken Karaage should cost $5.95. The waitress thought it was for a dinner order (about $14) and there is no such item for the entree menu. I ordered the same items 2 weeks ago and was charged $5.95. So the rice and salad costs $8?? The quantity of chicken was the same. Must I double-check if it was a starter (I have ordered it so many times the same way and it's only available as a starter)? They should inform their wait staff to take proper orders or change the to-go menu accordingly to reflect that there is such an item in the entree menu.

Pros: Good food

Cons: Knowledge of waitress, ventilation

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This weekend I went to Hiroshi's for the 2nd time. I ordered the sushi ala carte last time, and thought the rolls were not noteworthy. The spicy tuna has too much mayonnaise to taste any fish. This time I ordered the bento box which gave me a wider variety of dinner fare, including some albacore sashimi that was so fresh it melted in my mouth. The chicken teriyaki was a little dry, but everything else hit the spot. The only drawback to this place is that you will leave smelling like fried tempura, so leave your coat in the car if you can. Live jazz on Fridays is a plus.

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★★★★☆

This weekend I went to Hiroshi's for the 2nd time. I ordered the sushi ala carte last time, and thought the rolls were not noteworthy. The spicy tuna has too much mayonnaise to taste any fish. This time I ordered the bento box which gave me a wider variety of dinner fare, including some albacore sashimi that was so fresh it melted in my mouth. The chicken teriyaki was a little dry, but everything else hit the spot. The only drawback to this place is that you will leave smelling like fried tempura, so leave your coat in the car if you can. Live jazz on Fridays is a plus.

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Very tasty food... fresh and nicely prepared. Love the spider and tempura rolls. Staff is friendly and the service is quick. I find the prices to be on the high side so I don't go often but when I do, it's a treat.

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★★★★☆

Very tasty food... fresh and nicely prepared. Love the spider and tempura rolls. Staff is friendly and the service is quick. I find the prices to be on the high side so I don't go often but when I do, it's a treat.

Pros: yummy sushi, friendly staff

Cons: , a bit pricey

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The location in a small strip mall doesn't suggested, but damn fine sushi is made here. It has a pleasant, unpretentious atmosphere with friendly staff, although it's definitely not a fancy or very romantic place. There's live jazz music

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★★★★★

The location in a small strip mall doesn't suggested, but damn fine sushi is made here. It has a pleasant, unpretentious atmosphere with friendly staff, although it's definitely not a fancy or very romantic place. There's live jazz music

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I want to go back and eat their "cooked" dishes next time! (1) Sashimi and Rice: this come in a big "ship"...

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★★★★☆

I want to go back and eat their "cooked" dishes next time! (1) Sashimi and Rice: this come in a big "ship"...

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Yup that's right, I found a hair in my avocado roll. When the waitress found out I had a hair in my roll she immediately ordered me new ones and felt really bad about it, so they did the right thing, and I still think that their food is

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★★★☆☆

Yup that's right, I found a hair in my avocado roll. When the waitress found out I had a hair in my roll she immediately ordered me new ones and felt really bad about it, so they did the right thing, and I still think that their food is

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OK, this is a classic neighborhood sushi place and it is close to three companies that I work with alot, so sometime it feels like the building 8 cafeteria (ask any old Microsoftie what that means). In any case, they have good lunch

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★★★★☆

OK, this is a classic neighborhood sushi place and it is close to three companies that I work with alot, so sometime it feels like the building 8 cafeteria (ask any old Microsoftie what that means). In any case, they have good lunch

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I have only been here for lunch, so I can't say how they are for dinner, but I have been very happy with the prices and quality of food here.I was first impressed when I got a Chicken Udon there, and I couldn't believe how tender and tasty

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★★★★☆

I have only been here for lunch, so I can't say how they are for dinner, but I have been very happy with the prices and quality of food here.I was first impressed when I got a Chicken Udon there, and I couldn't believe how tender and tasty

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Ok, so you are up for Japanese food but not up for the fake stuff at Nishino's? (Sorry, can't handle preppy sushi.) Hiroshi's in Eastlake is a hidden gem and serves the real thing. The sushi is fresh, generous and delicious. The udon

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★★★★★

Ok, so you are up for Japanese food but not up for the fake stuff at Nishino's? (Sorry, can't handle preppy sushi.) Hiroshi's in Eastlake is a hidden gem and serves the real thing. The sushi is fresh, generous and delicious. The udon

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This is our favorite Japanese place. The sushi is fabulous and nicely priced. They have very good hot dishes as well - try the combination with tonkatsu and teryaki salmon and their sukyaki. It's a large portion and very tasty. They

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★★★★☆

This is our favorite Japanese place. The sushi is fabulous and nicely priced. They have very good hot dishes as well - try the combination with tonkatsu and teryaki salmon and their sukyaki. It's a large portion and very tasty. They

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Hiroshi's is absolutely fabulous! They have a great selection of rolls and sushi, and it is at a really good price. All of the fish has execellent texture, temerature and taste. I have personally taken a hands on sushi class from

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★★★★★

Hiroshi's is absolutely fabulous! They have a great selection of rolls and sushi, and it is at a really good price. All of the fish has execellent texture, temerature and taste. I have personally taken a hands on sushi class from

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Andy Sack (Judy's Book CEO) took me here for lunch today. The setting is ok - kind of your typical shopping mall Japanese lunch place. The food and service were good but there was this pervasive smell of stale mopwater that lingered

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★★★☆☆

Andy Sack (Judy's Book CEO) took me here for lunch today. The setting is ok - kind of your typical shopping mall Japanese lunch place. The food and service were good but there was this pervasive smell of stale mopwater that lingered

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Hiroshi's cannot boast the nicest ambience. It is located in a small strip mall in the Eastlake neighborhood and has metal chairs and tables. The decor is lacking. But if you are looking for really good sushi and at a very reasonable

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★★★★☆

Hiroshi's cannot boast the nicest ambience. It is located in a small strip mall in the Eastlake neighborhood and has metal chairs and tables. The decor is lacking. But if you are looking for really good sushi and at a very reasonable

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Located in a mini-mall type of development along Eastlake Ave, Hiroshi's lacks a little in the decor department inside and out. But don't despair, the sushi and the other menu items are really great. I recommend concentrating on their

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★★★★★

Located in a mini-mall type of development along Eastlake Ave, Hiroshi's lacks a little in the decor department inside and out. But don't despair, the sushi and the other menu items are really great. I recommend concentrating on their

 

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