Rikki Rikki A Japanese Rstrnt

★★★★☆
  • 442 Parkplace Ctr

    Kirkland, WA 98033

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  • 425-828-0707

About Rikki Rikki A Japanese Rstrnt

Hours
Sunday 4:00PM - 9:00PM ,Monday 11:30AM - 9:00PM ,Tuesday 11:30AM - 9:00PM ,Wednesday 11:30AM - 9:00PM ,Thursday 11:30AM - 9:00PM ,Friday 11:30AM - 10:00PM ,Saturday 12:00PM - 10:00PM

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This restaurant offers great Sushi at a great price. If you are a true sushi lover, the drive to kirkland is worth every mile. Very clean and great location!

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This restaurant offers great Sushi at a great price. If you are a true sushi lover, the drive to kirkland is worth every mile. Very clean and great location!

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Great Sushi restaurant that has been in Kirkland forever. Great atmosphere and very fresh & quality sushi. Parking at Park Place can be a pain. Worth the trip to Kirkland for Sushi lovers.

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Great Sushi restaurant that has been in Kirkland forever. Great atmosphere and very fresh & quality sushi. Parking at Park Place can be a pain. Worth the trip to Kirkland for Sushi lovers.

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Rikki Rikki is my favorite sushi restaurant ! The food here is always delicious!! Service us always great too. Restaurant is very clean and has a good atmosphere.

5
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Rikki Rikki is my favorite sushi restaurant ! The food here is always delicious!! Service us always great too. Restaurant is very clean and has a good atmosphere.

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I LOVE sushi!! With that being said I would have recommended this restaurant to anyone looking for good sushi on the Eastside...... until last night.

Rikki Rikki has been a fairly regular haunt of mine for the past 3-4 years. Their rolls and sashimi are better than most sushi restaurants and I enjoyed the $4.95 happy hour rolls several times a week at my peak. This all came crashing down after going toe to toe in a battle for my ginger with a c0ckroach. There are a lot of things I can deal with. I've picked hair (head hair, not short and curlys) out of my food, actually had a fly in my soup but a C0KROACH on my sushi!? Come on Rikki Rikki!

The General Manager was full of excuses and very smug as well. "All I can do is apologize!" Wrong answer Keigo Sorajo.... wrong answer.

Think twice before going there!

P.S. Citysearch needs to take C0CKROACH off the inappropriate list so we don't have to sub a zero for an O.

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★☆☆☆☆

I LOVE sushi!! With that being said I would have recommended this restaurant to anyone looking for good sushi on the Eastside...... until last night.

Rikki Rikki has been a fairly regular haunt of mine for the past 3-4 years. Their rolls and sashimi are better than most sushi restaurants and I enjoyed the $4.95 happy hour rolls several times a week at my peak. This all came crashing down after going toe to toe in a battle for my ginger with a c0ckroach. There are a lot of things I can deal with. I've picked hair (head hair, not short and curlys) out of my food, actually had a fly in my soup but a C0KROACH on my sushi!? Come on Rikki Rikki!

The General Manager was full of excuses and very smug as well. "All I can do is apologize!" Wrong answer Keigo Sorajo.... wrong answer.

Think twice before going there!

P.S. Citysearch needs to take C0CKROACH off the inappropriate list so we don't have to sub a zero for an O.

Pros: Mac and Jacks is good.

Cons: C0COKROACHES are bad!

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Ok, I have been going here for over four years and I must say, it is the best in Kirkland. Of course there are better sushi places, like Nijo in downtown Seattle but for Kirkland, this is it. I've read other reviews and was surprised as I have never had a bad experience here. I have had slow service when busy but never bad food or rude staff. The only thing that is annoying to me about the place is that they run out of things. Toro is a good example. As far as the bar, it is a SUSHI place. It isn't a club so whoever posted about the "biker" bartender...Who cares.
There are other places in Kirkland but all of them have sucked. I recommend Rikki Rikki unless you are one of those cheap sushi people who will settle for conveyor belt places such as AA Sushi or Blue C. GROSS.

2
★★★★☆

Ok, I have been going here for over four years and I must say, it is the best in Kirkland. Of course there are better sushi places, like Nijo in downtown Seattle but for Kirkland, this is it. I've read other reviews and was surprised as I have never had a bad experience here. I have had slow service when busy but never bad food or rude staff. The only thing that is annoying to me about the place is that they run out of things. Toro is a good example. As far as the bar, it is a SUSHI place. It isn't a club so whoever posted about the "biker" bartender...Who cares.
There are other places in Kirkland but all of them have sucked. I recommend Rikki Rikki unless you are one of those cheap sushi people who will settle for conveyor belt places such as AA Sushi or Blue C. GROSS.

Pros: Food

Cons: Slow service when busy

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We have had several team meetings here. Good place to eat. The attention to detail is great and the quality is superb. They actually make a great Miso. Many restaurants seem to do Miso as an after thought. When they take the time to get this right, often the rest follows.

4
★★★★☆

We have had several team meetings here. Good place to eat. The attention to detail is great and the quality is superb. They actually make a great Miso. Many restaurants seem to do Miso as an after thought. When they take the time to get this right, often the rest follows.

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I went here for the second time with a friend the other night. The spicy crunch roll (the one that is deep fried) was good - perfectly spicy. Also got the scallop and crab roll and it was deliciously sweet and perfect. The eel roll was less so, disappointing when compared to the other two. The Agedashi Tofu was perfect! Absolutely delicious. Our watiress was very nice, refilled my tea quickly and was joking around with us about the drunk guy yelling at people in the bar.

Not the best sushi restaurant, but good for its location.

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★★★☆☆

I went here for the second time with a friend the other night. The spicy crunch roll (the one that is deep fried) was good - perfectly spicy. Also got the scallop and crab roll and it was deliciously sweet and perfect. The eel roll was less so, disappointing when compared to the other two. The Agedashi Tofu was perfect! Absolutely delicious. Our watiress was very nice, refilled my tea quickly and was joking around with us about the drunk guy yelling at people in the bar.

Not the best sushi restaurant, but good for its location.

Pros: Good rolls, convenient location

Cons: prices are a little high for the casual atmosphere

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Just a question. I have frequented Rikki Rikki for years because it is close to the theatre and a convenient meeting location. The happy hour is pretty good too, sometimes the food is better than others, and there is no question that the portion sizes and the rolls have diminished recently and the prices have risen. Such are the times we are in. But, there is a new bartender there, be forewarned. Even if you just pumped iron around the corner at the gym or built your stamina up beyond Hercules? level at hot yoga next door I?m pretty sure she can kick your butt.

I asked how the house Chardonnay was and she very tersely said ?I don?t know! I don?t drink!!?
Newly in recovery or just a tough chick? It?s a different vibe now, not sure if it is good or bad, just not as service oriented or relaxed as it used to be.

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★★★☆☆

Just a question. I have frequented Rikki Rikki for years because it is close to the theatre and a convenient meeting location. The happy hour is pretty good too, sometimes the food is better than others, and there is no question that the portion sizes and the rolls have diminished recently and the prices have risen. Such are the times we are in. But, there is a new bartender there, be forewarned. Even if you just pumped iron around the corner at the gym or built your stamina up beyond Hercules? level at hot yoga next door I?m pretty sure she can kick your butt.

I asked how the house Chardonnay was and she very tersely said ?I don?t know! I don?t drink!!?
Newly in recovery or just a tough chick? It?s a different vibe now, not sure if it is good or bad, just not as service oriented or relaxed as it used to be.

Pros: Close to theatre and downtown Kirkland, parking is pretty good.

Cons: Food and service are inconsistent.

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I've lived in Kirkland for many years have been going to Rikki Rikki as my primary sushi spot on the east side. However, lately I've been very disappointed in the quality of the food that they have been serving. It's come to the point where it doesn't matter how sweetly the servers treat me (because I am a regular) or how many coupons and discounts are offered. The quality has definitly gone down. I ordered a crunchy roll (which used to be my favorite) but it was cold and the "crunchy" part was actually chewy. And I agree with the other guy who said that the place is "sticky". I sat in the booth section of the restaurant and I had to ask the server if she could wipe my table down. Even with that, it was still sticky afterwards. I've politley complained a few times about the quality of the food and then I get offered a comp or a discount. I guess that would be good for someone who's frugal or doesn't care about the quality as long as it's cheap. But I do and the quality just does't seem to be getting better. While all else failed, the service was great.

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★★☆☆☆

I've lived in Kirkland for many years have been going to Rikki Rikki as my primary sushi spot on the east side. However, lately I've been very disappointed in the quality of the food that they have been serving. It's come to the point where it doesn't matter how sweetly the servers treat me (because I am a regular) or how many coupons and discounts are offered. The quality has definitly gone down. I ordered a crunchy roll (which used to be my favorite) but it was cold and the "crunchy" part was actually chewy. And I agree with the other guy who said that the place is "sticky". I sat in the booth section of the restaurant and I had to ask the server if she could wipe my table down. Even with that, it was still sticky afterwards. I've politley complained a few times about the quality of the food and then I get offered a comp or a discount. I guess that would be good for someone who's frugal or doesn't care about the quality as long as it's cheap. But I do and the quality just does't seem to be getting better. While all else failed, the service was great.

Pros: Friendly Staff

Cons: Food Quality, Cleanliness, Manager Response to Complaints

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okay, this place keeps me coming back. they have an excellent selection, a fast, and friendly staff, and the sushi chefs are always helpful when i have questions (sitting at the sushi bar).

they also have a bar! full bar, with an awesome, groovy bartender. if you haven't had good sake, so see this lady. avoid that warm cr@p and go for a glass of the chilled stuff. they have about a million to choose from.

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★★★★★

okay, this place keeps me coming back. they have an excellent selection, a fast, and friendly staff, and the sushi chefs are always helpful when i have questions (sitting at the sushi bar).

they also have a bar! full bar, with an awesome, groovy bartender. if you haven't had good sake, so see this lady. avoid that warm cr@p and go for a glass of the chilled stuff. they have about a million to choose from.

Pros: tasty food, hostess, happy hour, the bar, decor

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I am new to the Kirkland area and have been looking for decent Japanese restaurant. Sushiya seemed to be well reviewed, but is closed (for good?). Rikki Rikki was nearby and seemed to be decently reviewed, so I decided to give it a try.
First, the Citysearch map was wrong, and I spent an hour looking for the place. Once found, I should have let the smell of old fryer oil that prevailed outside the restaurant serve as a red flag. I entered and was seated in a largely empty establishment (another warning flag, when so many of the other restaurants I'd seen that night were fairly crowded). And evertying was sticky (a third red flag). I should have made a break for it at that point.
To the point: The panko oysters were heavily breaded with flour and egg wash before dredged in panko and deep fried to the very greasy edge of being burned. The sushi rice on the nigiri and in the roll was mush. I mean pasty mush. The spider roll was so poorly rolled that it fell apart when I tried to pick it up. I've had many spider rolls in many restaurants, but I've never seen anything like what was passed as a soft shell crab in the middle of the spider roll. It looked and tasted like a heavily breaded (see the oysters above) deep fried Gorton's frozen shrimp.
When the waitress asked me how everything was, she turned surly when I very politely and matter of factly gave her the truth (after I asked her if she Really wanted to know). She ended up sending over the manager, who grilled me relentlessly regarding my comments, and finally offered to comp the spider roll. At that point I just wanted to leave, so I didn't bring up the oysters.
I must say though, that they had a very tasty special: Alaska Sockeye nigiri, which I enjoyed once I got rid of the rice is was laying on.
This place was a big mistake. I'll never go back, or suggest the palce to anyone. The more I thought about the meal on the way home, the sicker I felt. Yuck!

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★☆☆☆☆

I am new to the Kirkland area and have been looking for decent Japanese restaurant. Sushiya seemed to be well reviewed, but is closed (for good?). Rikki Rikki was nearby and seemed to be decently reviewed, so I decided to give it a try.
First, the Citysearch map was wrong, and I spent an hour looking for the place. Once found, I should have let the smell of old fryer oil that prevailed outside the restaurant serve as a red flag. I entered and was seated in a largely empty establishment (another warning flag, when so many of the other restaurants I'd seen that night were fairly crowded). And evertying was sticky (a third red flag). I should have made a break for it at that point.
To the point: The panko oysters were heavily breaded with flour and egg wash before dredged in panko and deep fried to the very greasy edge of being burned. The sushi rice on the nigiri and in the roll was mush. I mean pasty mush. The spider roll was so poorly rolled that it fell apart when I tried to pick it up. I've had many spider rolls in many restaurants, but I've never seen anything like what was passed as a soft shell crab in the middle of the spider roll. It looked and tasted like a heavily breaded (see the oysters above) deep fried Gorton's frozen shrimp.
When the waitress asked me how everything was, she turned surly when I very politely and matter of factly gave her the truth (after I asked her if she Really wanted to know). She ended up sending over the manager, who grilled me relentlessly regarding my comments, and finally offered to comp the spider roll. At that point I just wanted to leave, so I didn't bring up the oysters.
I must say though, that they had a very tasty special: Alaska Sockeye nigiri, which I enjoyed once I got rid of the rice is was laying on.
This place was a big mistake. I'll never go back, or suggest the palce to anyone. The more I thought about the meal on the way home, the sicker I felt. Yuck!

Pros: Wild Alaska Sockeye Nigiri

Cons: Everything else

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I have frequented this sushi restaurant since the mid 1996. I really enjoy the atmosphere. The food is consistently fresh and very nicely done. It is not what i call an authentic sushi house, but it suits me fine. I love the the Spider Rolls and the spicy tuna roll Mmmmm.

the beer is nice and chilled and can ask for a frosty glass even if you are a regular;op!!
i think it's worth talking about!
from me to you
Enjoy!

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★★★★☆

I have frequented this sushi restaurant since the mid 1996. I really enjoy the atmosphere. The food is consistently fresh and very nicely done. It is not what i call an authentic sushi house, but it suits me fine. I love the the Spider Rolls and the spicy tuna roll Mmmmm.

the beer is nice and chilled and can ask for a frosty glass even if you are a regular;op!!
i think it's worth talking about!
from me to you
Enjoy!

Pros: easy parking,reliable service and consistent food

Cons: long waits for friday and saturdays sometimes!!!

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I recently tried Rikki Rikki on a radio promo gift cerficate.. and had heard good reviews. The restaurant was very busy, management seems very attentive and friendly. It was a weekday so we were seated quickly. I must say the Devil Roll is amazing as well as their tempura. It was the best tempura ive had in a long time, not greasy, very tender and piping hot! But other than that, every thing else we had was below average. The chicken teriyaki was bland, california and smoked salmon rolls were dry and not that fresh. Our waitress did not check on us at all until she gave us our bill. Didnt ask if we wanted dessert either. Another waitress finally filled our waters. Overall, i probably wont go back but if you do go, definitely try the devil roll.

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★★★☆☆

I recently tried Rikki Rikki on a radio promo gift cerficate.. and had heard good reviews. The restaurant was very busy, management seems very attentive and friendly. It was a weekday so we were seated quickly. I must say the Devil Roll is amazing as well as their tempura. It was the best tempura ive had in a long time, not greasy, very tender and piping hot! But other than that, every thing else we had was below average. The chicken teriyaki was bland, california and smoked salmon rolls were dry and not that fresh. Our waitress did not check on us at all until she gave us our bill. Didnt ask if we wanted dessert either. Another waitress finally filled our waters. Overall, i probably wont go back but if you do go, definitely try the devil roll.

Pros: Devil roll and Tempura, friendly management, location

Cons: Service, dry sushi

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I've been going to Rikki Rikki for the last 2 years or so. I started going there before they expanded their restaurant and have always had a pleasant experience. I was happy when they expanded as they've been extremely busy EVERY time I've been there...no matter what time of the day/night. They have great food - I recommend anything on their menu. I used to never eat sushi and this was where I had my first sushi experience. I've eaten sushi at a few other restaurants in the Seattle area and it's never as good or as fresh. Their bento boxes are wonderful if you're looking for variety, I've had their steak twice and it was excellent both times (if you don't it undercooked - BE sure to tell them how you want it cooked!) I've ordered drinks from their bar and they've always been great as well. I think it's wonderful that Rikki Rikki also makes their own sauces. Like their wasabi dressing...I've done a great deal of experimenting here as I never ate raw food and have always been scared about spicy food - but their Wasabi dressing on their salads is simply delightful! It's my understanding that they sell their sauces/dressings also - their website shows they have their Wasabi dressing/dipping sauce (yummy!), as well as Miso Sesame Dressing & Sauce and their Orange Teriyaki w/Roasted Garlic which both sound delightful, but I've never had them before. Parking can be tight due to the location with the movie theater/strip mall there, and again they can be quite busy, even just before closing - but that just shows that they're an excellent restaurant in my opinion! The only negative thing I could say about RR is that there service has been slow on a few occasions, but I never go out for a meal in a rush - I go to enjoy myself, so it's never bothered me. Also, slowness of service doesn't irritate me if they're busy - which they always are. Only if they're slow and you get crappy service (which has never happened here to me!) All in all, a wonderful place!

2
★★★★★

I've been going to Rikki Rikki for the last 2 years or so. I started going there before they expanded their restaurant and have always had a pleasant experience. I was happy when they expanded as they've been extremely busy EVERY time I've been there...no matter what time of the day/night. They have great food - I recommend anything on their menu. I used to never eat sushi and this was where I had my first sushi experience. I've eaten sushi at a few other restaurants in the Seattle area and it's never as good or as fresh. Their bento boxes are wonderful if you're looking for variety, I've had their steak twice and it was excellent both times (if you don't it undercooked - BE sure to tell them how you want it cooked!) I've ordered drinks from their bar and they've always been great as well. I think it's wonderful that Rikki Rikki also makes their own sauces. Like their wasabi dressing...I've done a great deal of experimenting here as I never ate raw food and have always been scared about spicy food - but their Wasabi dressing on their salads is simply delightful! It's my understanding that they sell their sauces/dressings also - their website shows they have their Wasabi dressing/dipping sauce (yummy!), as well as Miso Sesame Dressing & Sauce and their Orange Teriyaki w/Roasted Garlic which both sound delightful, but I've never had them before. Parking can be tight due to the location with the movie theater/strip mall there, and again they can be quite busy, even just before closing - but that just shows that they're an excellent restaurant in my opinion! The only negative thing I could say about RR is that there service has been slow on a few occasions, but I never go out for a meal in a rush - I go to enjoy myself, so it's never bothered me. Also, slowness of service doesn't irritate me if they're busy - which they always are. Only if they're slow and you get crappy service (which has never happened here to me!) All in all, a wonderful place!

Pros: excellent food & sushi, drawings on walls

Cons: parking, sometimes slow seating/service due to crowds

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The restaurant is close to the Kirkland waterfront in a kind of a strip mall setting next to a theater. The parking can get a bit hard at night. The service was a bit slow after getting seated and didn?t get too much better. I had three lunches within two months. One of my biggest issues has always been getting my tea refilled since I like to get three or more refills. Rikki Rikki uses a small hot water-pot to fill the tea cup but trying to get more hot water was not an easy task. The restaurant it self was nice and large. The sushi bar it self was smaller in comparison to the size of the restaurant. The Sushi was adequate. I had the spicy tuna roll and spider roll. I also had the lunch special on one visit. The hole experience left me a bit empty. I would have like to see a better sushi menu or better service or just something more.

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★★★☆☆

The restaurant is close to the Kirkland waterfront in a kind of a strip mall setting next to a theater. The parking can get a bit hard at night. The service was a bit slow after getting seated and didn?t get too much better. I had three lunches within two months. One of my biggest issues has always been getting my tea refilled since I like to get three or more refills. Rikki Rikki uses a small hot water-pot to fill the tea cup but trying to get more hot water was not an easy task. The restaurant it self was nice and large. The sushi bar it self was smaller in comparison to the size of the restaurant. The Sushi was adequate. I had the spicy tuna roll and spider roll. I also had the lunch special on one visit. The hole experience left me a bit empty. I would have like to see a better sushi menu or better service or just something more.

Pros: Large restaurant, decent sushi

Cons: Slow service, nights and weekend parking

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Quality sushi at reasonable prices, Rikki Rikki has one of the best sushi chef on the eastside. Very good rolls and entrees. All the rolls are good, fresh sashimi and have to try the Hamachi Kama!

This place is one of the most kids friendly Japanese rest around. They provide kid menu and let the parents enjoy their dinner night out. The owner is there every night greeting and thanking customers. Highly recommended.

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★★★★★

Quality sushi at reasonable prices, Rikki Rikki has one of the best sushi chef on the eastside. Very good rolls and entrees. All the rolls are good, fresh sashimi and have to try the Hamachi Kama!

This place is one of the most kids friendly Japanese rest around. They provide kid menu and let the parents enjoy their dinner night out. The owner is there every night greeting and thanking customers. Highly recommended.

Pros: Excellent service and food quality

Cons: sometime you will have to wait to be seated even at the bar area

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Not the most astounding menu but the service is great and the food is fresh and delicious! Waitstaff seems very friendly and willing to help.

2
★★★★☆

Not the most astounding menu but the service is great and the food is fresh and delicious! Waitstaff seems very friendly and willing to help.

Pros: Food was fresh, good staff

Cons: Not the best selection, smaller place

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I just got back from having dinner in the bar at Rikki Rikki and the food and service were excellent. The bartender helped us choose some really delicious appitizers (honey walnut shrimp!) , the drinks were stiff and the bartender was personable and funny. I can't agree with the review below, our sushi was fresh and the service was excellent!

2
★★★★★

I just got back from having dinner in the bar at Rikki Rikki and the food and service were excellent. The bartender helped us choose some really delicious appitizers (honey walnut shrimp!) , the drinks were stiff and the bartender was personable and funny. I can't agree with the review below, our sushi was fresh and the service was excellent!

Pros: some really good food and good looking staff

Cons: close to early

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alright sushi, the worst service! I have never felt more unwanted in a restaurant. the waitress in the bar might as well have pushed us out the door. i hope you missed your movie!

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★★☆☆☆

alright sushi, the worst service! I have never felt more unwanted in a restaurant. the waitress in the bar might as well have pushed us out the door. i hope you missed your movie!

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I have been going to Rikki Rikki for years and have enjoyed many fun meals. The food/sushi is very good although over the years, it has gotten quite expensive compared to other places. Recently, I went with a friend who works at Microsoft since his Microsoft Primecard indicated that if you buy one entree, you would receive an additional one for free and also indicated 20% on the sushi. Well, we ordered entrees and a few pieces of sushi as appetisers. When we got the bill, it only had a few dollars off for the sushi and no free entree. They told us the discount was only for the sushi even though the prime card web site indicated otherwise. Bottomline, if you plan to use your primecard to get a free entree when ordering another, do NOT order even 1 piece of sushi or you will be screwed.

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★★★☆☆

I have been going to Rikki Rikki for years and have enjoyed many fun meals. The food/sushi is very good although over the years, it has gotten quite expensive compared to other places. Recently, I went with a friend who works at Microsoft since his Microsoft Primecard indicated that if you buy one entree, you would receive an additional one for free and also indicated 20% on the sushi. Well, we ordered entrees and a few pieces of sushi as appetisers. When we got the bill, it only had a few dollars off for the sushi and no free entree. They told us the discount was only for the sushi even though the prime card web site indicated otherwise. Bottomline, if you plan to use your primecard to get a free entree when ordering another, do NOT order even 1 piece of sushi or you will be screwed.

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Disappointing sushi - small cuts, not the best quality. The cooked food is a little better. But I've had some big disappointments, like mushy edamame and stringy fish. Service is usually overwhelemed, though vey sweet. Fun place, too bad. But their sauces/dressings are yummy!

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★★★☆☆

Disappointing sushi - small cuts, not the best quality. The cooked food is a little better. But I've had some big disappointments, like mushy edamame and stringy fish. Service is usually overwhelemed, though vey sweet. Fun place, too bad. But their sauces/dressings are yummy!

Pros: next to movie theatre, fun

Cons: mediocre food, understaffed

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I have been eating at rikki rikki the past 7 years or so.....I was in the other day for a "to go" order and what was supposed to take 15 minutes took 30 minutes. When I told the manager I wanted to just get my money back because I could not wait any longer he wouldn't give it to me! He said " oh, I'm sorry but we have only one cook in the back doing the sushi to go......just wait a few more minutes." I think it could have been handled a lot better. So I waited longer and finally got my food.....was pretty disappointed the way the customer service was handled. It seems like they have a ton of waitstaff but not enough people making the food. and why is there some lone guy in the back just doing "to go" orders?? p.s. I only ordered 3 rolls.

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★★★☆☆

I have been eating at rikki rikki the past 7 years or so.....I was in the other day for a "to go" order and what was supposed to take 15 minutes took 30 minutes. When I told the manager I wanted to just get my money back because I could not wait any longer he wouldn't give it to me! He said " oh, I'm sorry but we have only one cook in the back doing the sushi to go......just wait a few more minutes." I think it could have been handled a lot better. So I waited longer and finally got my food.....was pretty disappointed the way the customer service was handled. It seems like they have a ton of waitstaff but not enough people making the food. and why is there some lone guy in the back just doing "to go" orders?? p.s. I only ordered 3 rolls.

Pros: good crunchy rolls

Cons: bad management, understaffed

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Great food, slow - but friendly service. I would recommend this as one of the best Japanese restuarants on the East Side.

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★★★★★

Great food, slow - but friendly service. I would recommend this as one of the best Japanese restuarants on the East Side.

Pros: fresh sashimi, great atmosphere

Cons: slower service

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This is my FAVORITE place for sushi in the entire Seattle area. Great sushi, great service, good value, consistent, consistent, consistent. I've been there at least 20 times and have NEVER been disappointed!!

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★★★★★

This is my FAVORITE place for sushi in the entire Seattle area. Great sushi, great service, good value, consistent, consistent, consistent. I've been there at least 20 times and have NEVER been disappointed!!

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Rikki Rikki is always fantastic! They have great sushi in a nice, clean atmosphere. It's perfect for sushi lovers as well as people who don't eat sushi. They have a great menu full of lots of choices for everyone. It's the perfect place to go right before you go to Kirkland Parkplace for a movie because it's right next door. And, the people that work there are always so nice!

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★★★★★

Rikki Rikki is always fantastic! They have great sushi in a nice, clean atmosphere. It's perfect for sushi lovers as well as people who don't eat sushi. They have a great menu full of lots of choices for everyone. It's the perfect place to go right before you go to Kirkland Parkplace for a movie because it's right next door. And, the people that work there are always so nice!

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Rikki Rikki is the place that got me hooked on sushi 9 years ago. Since that time I have Never had a bad dining experience there. The sushi is always top-notch. They have followed the trend of offering larger cuts for their sashimi and nigiri too. Their spicy tuna/yellowtail/scallop rolls are unparalleled, and their awesome crunchy roll is probably their signature roll. If you like wide variety in rolls, Rikki Rikki's selection is only average. Their strength is more in the nigiri & sashimi

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★★★★★

Rikki Rikki is the place that got me hooked on sushi 9 years ago. Since that time I have Never had a bad dining experience there. The sushi is always top-notch. They have followed the trend of offering larger cuts for their sashimi and nigiri too. Their spicy tuna/yellowtail/scallop rolls are unparalleled, and their awesome crunchy roll is probably their signature roll. If you like wide variety in rolls, Rikki Rikki's selection is only average. Their strength is more in the nigiri & sashimi

Pros: fresh cuts, ambience, consistency

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I've gone to this restaurant for years and I always enjoy it. The prawn tempura is terrific. Sushi is always very fresh. Service is warm and friendly. Rikki Rikki is a gem!

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★★★★★

I've gone to this restaurant for years and I always enjoy it. The prawn tempura is terrific. Sushi is always very fresh. Service is warm and friendly. Rikki Rikki is a gem!

Pros: Food, Service, Parking

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Checked this restaurant based on the rating of Citysearch, and I was not disappointed! Staff were very frinedly and helpful. Food were top notch! Very fresh and taseful sashimi, and my bf and I both noticed and the slices are relatively thicker! Prices are reasonable. This is just a little restaurant in Downtown Kirkland, but what a treasure! Will definately come back!

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★★★★☆

Checked this restaurant based on the rating of Citysearch, and I was not disappointed! Staff were very frinedly and helpful. Food were top notch! Very fresh and taseful sashimi, and my bf and I both noticed and the slices are relatively thicker! Prices are reasonable. This is just a little restaurant in Downtown Kirkland, but what a treasure! Will definately come back!

Pros: Taseful food, Friendly staff, Reasonable price

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I've been a faithful customer for years. Rikki Rikki constantly provides some of the freshest, and tasty sushi on the Eastside. The friendly staff adds to the ambience. They even made me a "sushi birthday cake" last year.

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★★★★★

I've been a faithful customer for years. Rikki Rikki constantly provides some of the freshest, and tasty sushi on the Eastside. The friendly staff adds to the ambience. They even made me a "sushi birthday cake" last year.

Pros: Fresh Sushi, menu variety, friendly staff

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I love this place. Friends of mine eat there all the time. Its on of the best Sushi spots on the East side.

They have unfiltered Sake that is very good.

The only drawback is the place is not very big.

Cheers.

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★★★★★

I love this place. Friends of mine eat there all the time. Its on of the best Sushi spots on the East side.

They have unfiltered Sake that is very good.

The only drawback is the place is not very big.

Cheers.

Pros: Good Food, Fast Friendly service, Nice Atmosphere

Cons: Small

 

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