This place is packed with underage freshmens with bad taste in clothes, who would stay in line for hours. The safety was an issue, because the security is not good. I almost had my purse stolen there and right in front of one of the securities, who of course did NOTHING!
The $1 sushi speical seems like a good deal, but the items are limited to raw fish sushis that is small in size and plain in variety. Also there was only one sushi chef when I went there for dinner, so very slow service, to the point where we already finish our dinner when the sush is still not done, and the people seated after us already got their sushi.
PROS: only cheap on a couple of sushi
CONS: slow service and not so fresh.
It has been one of our favorite restaurant no matter what time of the day it is. It's great variety of foods and drinks makes every meal worth the wait, which is not long at all.
PROS: The appetizers are big and cheap.
I was overwhelmed by their great menus, filled with varieties of traditional authentic foods and colorful pictures. It also include many grill and stir fry items as well as fresh sushi bar. It's already friendly environment is more relaxing while enjoying the full service bar with big screen T.V.
PROS: Fried Bananas with green tea ice cream with choco. is a must have dessert.
This is the best Marshalls ever! You will find more name brand items than from the department store. With its friendly customer service and high flow of customers, you will always find new arrivals and mark downs. And since they won't hesitate to mark down already sale items, shopping onlygets better. It has everything for your family, house and hobbies.
P.S I found some Polo and DKNY shorts for $3-$5!!!
PROS: Name brands only get cheaper and sexier.
This newly opened restaurant has a great environment. Although I only dined there a couple of times, their delicious unagi and sushi rolls attracts me to revisit.
Bo Lings has a great variety of foods from sweet Cantoness, Spicy Hunan and sichuan, to American Chinese favorites. Its Dim Sum on the weekend is also a must try.
Kabuki is one of the few Japanese restaurant that is actually owned by Japanese people, very nice and friendly. It's location in the Crown Center and authentic sushi selections will be a great treat for 1st time visitors.
Matsu is a compact restaurant with neat interior designs, very traditional Japanese. I loved going there for late dinners, and drinking plum wine. It is also very close to all the Westport pubs.
This is one of our favorinte Japanese restaurants in town, (perhaps the first ones opened in Johnson County.) My family and I always loved eating sashimi(raw fish) on the tatami (low tables).