Takashi

★★★★☆

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Very creative. Attentive service with a fun attitude. Great decor - especially love the avant-garde metal fish and the "art" chalkboard. Excellent selection of premium sake. I was told they have the fish flown in fresh and have to make daily trips to the airport - that's dedication. The cooked items from the kitchen were so tasty, I actually want to go back to SLC, imagine that.

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★★★☆☆

Very creative. Attentive service with a fun attitude. Great decor - especially love the avant-garde metal fish and the "art" chalkboard. Excellent selection of premium sake. I was told they have the fish flown in fresh and have to make daily trips to the airport - that's dedication. The cooked items from the kitchen were so tasty, I actually want to go back to SLC, imagine that.

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We came to Takashi on a recommendation from some friends, shortly after moving to Salt Lake. We have lived around the world (although not Japan, yet) and all over the US. We have had some fantastic sushi and some horrible sushi. This stuff was okay. The rolls were decent, and the sashimi okay. The freshness could have been better...but we are land-locked here. The prices were a lot more than the worth of the food we received. It is very trendy.

Pros: decent sushi
Cons: very busy and overpriced

3
★★★☆☆

We came to Takashi on a recommendation from some friends, shortly after moving to Salt Lake. We have lived around the world (although not Japan, yet) and all over the US. We have had some fantastic sushi and some horrible sushi. This stuff was okay. The rolls were decent, and the sashimi okay. The freshness could have been better...but we are land-locked here. The prices were a lot more than the worth of the food we received. It is very trendy.

Pros: decent sushi
Cons: very busy and overpriced

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Formerly of the ever popular Shogun, Takashi Gibo has won the hearts, minds, awards, accolades and customer loyalty for years making the best sushi and sashimi in Utah. Using only the freshest fish, his creations are one of a kind and beautifully prepared. There are always a plethora of daily specials besides the usual fare of raw tuna, so it'd be wise to check the chalkboard as you walk in to see what's new. Every server is knowledgeable of Takashi's creations and will help steer you in the right direction if you're a newcomer to the exotic. A terrific wine list supplements the sushi well.

PROS: fresh sushi
CONS: Market Street area has become a madhouse for parking

5
★★★★★

Formerly of the ever popular Shogun, Takashi Gibo has won the hearts, minds, awards, accolades and customer loyalty for years making the best sushi and sashimi in Utah. Using only the freshest fish, his creations are one of a kind and beautifully prepared. There are always a plethora of daily specials besides the usual fare of raw tuna, so it'd be wise to check the chalkboard as you walk in to see what's new. Every server is knowledgeable of Takashi's creations and will help steer you in the right direction if you're a newcomer to the exotic. A terrific wine list supplements the sushi well.

PROS: fresh sushi
CONS: Market Street area has become a madhouse for parking

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