Absolutely delicious food and the atmosphere was very cozy and intimate. The restaurant is tucked away inside a building and kinda hidden so it's pretty easy to miss however definitely worth looking for! The food was so delicious and the service was very quick. Everything tasted amazing and was served quickly. The decor inside was nice and the restaurant was not overly crowded. Everyone not eating was wearing a mask. I greatly appreciate the fact that the nori can be subbed for soy paper here. Looking forward to coming back!!
Spectacular. Just spectacular! This place has made it for over a decade in uptown Charlotte, which has been a revolving door for restaurants. It's quaint, and no frills, except for the food and service. They just grind here. One of the best sushi spots I've ever been to. Brandon, the manager, runs a tight ship. Go here!
Long wait time for a table, it was about twenty to thirty minutes during lunch around 12:45 on a Monday. There were 5-8 empty tables that needed to be cleaned off so I assume theyre understaffed because it took a while. I did notice about 15-20 to-go and delivery orders sitting on the counter so I figured this place must be good! It was very much worth the wait because the food came out quickly after we ordered and it tasted great! The waiter was as attentive as he could be during a busy lunch. They have a simple and easy to read menu with good portion sizes. I tried: Side of brown rice Spring roll Philadelphia Roll They were all perfectly plated and I will be back to this place for sure. Maybe order for pick up during lunch though. Why only four stars? Because the rest of the employees were in their own worlds and not very welcoming. There are no waiting seats or areas and we had to just stand in a line in the hallway of the lobby for a long time. The restaurant is short staffed.
A nice small out of the way sushi location in uptown. It's a nice, quiet, and clean getaway for lunch. The food here is very excellent and the sushi seems fresh. My only current grip is the way the tofu is done. A nice soft quick fry, tempura like is expected, however this came out almost katsu like in texture. While still good, it completely changes the palate. Pictured: Sushi Combo B (Eel maki and Mackerel), Fried Tofu, Volcano Salad.
What a fantastic experience! Wed made a reservation for a 6PM dinner but showed up early because we were finished with the Mint Museum ahead of schedulethe museum is right up the street from Room 112, a seven-minute walk, FYI. But Room 112 seated us early and courteously. Our server, Nick, was wonderful. Nick checked on us frequently, refilled our waters constantlyI cant tell you how often restaurant servers do not refill waters enough! I also mentioned that I had Celiacs disease and we had a brief conversation about ingredients. As soon as I said something, Nick doubled-checked everything I ordered to make sure I could consistently avoid my allergen. By the time we left, the place was crowded. The sushi was delicious and the kitchen was willing to change my order slightly to accommodate the gluten allergy. We were also served gluten-free soy sauce upon request. Highly recommend. Affordable dinner uptown, convenient to activities!