RA is actually the best Sushi in Tucson. You get what you pay for, and none of the other Sushi restaurants can compare. Especially not Sushi Garden, YUCK! Cool atmosphere, and they really do have awesome specials during thier happy hour!
Nice atmosphere but that's were the fun stops. I mean some of the appetizers are OK, only when there're sold at happy hour prices mind you. Both times I an actual main courses they were WAY too salty and or WAY too sweet. Trust me, I like adventurous flavor but not when it's done like this. Wrong guys! The wannabes can have at it. I'll stick to Firebirds or Bluepoint when at La Encantada. Or, I can always go to AJ's, pay too much for grocery items and cook my own dinner.
Love this place. I come here with my gigantic appetite every week when I can. Their Hamachi sashimi is always fresh and their rolls are great. The workers are always down to earth and treat me and my family right.
The best sushi serving size in town. Fresh too. Always pleasant Pak and Aoki serve you up light conversation, too. You may walk in but, after filling up, you'll need to roll out.
Our favorite place if we're just craving Japanese and don't feel like spending a fortune. Half off select sushi rolls every day and great lunch box menu.
Yuck! My wife and I ate here last week... here's the rundown:
*Multiple hairs in the the tempura shrimp roll
*Sushi too warm... like it had been sitting out for a while
*Overpriced in general
...can't really think of any positives besides the sake buzz.
Such a fun little restaurant! You would never expect how nice it is from the outside. Service was friendly and probably the best sushi I've had in Tucson so far.
The Fusion Wasabi, formerly known as the Sky Blue Wasabi, is the best sushi in Tucson - guaranteed! It features the freshest fish and a great atmosphere. I have been there well over 100 times since it opened, and only once have I gotten a piece of fish not up to par. It was Blue Fin Tuna, which they no longer serve. They have an extensive menu which is only lacking halibut, which I love. The chefs are great, as well as the waiters/waitresses. I give my personal guarantee that you will have a great experience.
Everett W. Mack
Portions are now smaller, no complimentary orange for dessert now. I have not tried the sushi, but the bento boxes and tempura are fried with cheap cooking oil that stays with you, and if your stomach is sensitive find a place that used olive oil or canola oil of a good quality. I Love Sushi was better a few years ago.
Not many know about this place -- word of mouth advertising keeps it plenty busy. Charming little sushi restaurant with a decided japanese flavor -- run by Japanese people -- so it's japanese approved. Owners are active in Tucson Japanese Association and local events. Only place we know of that gets fresh fish in daily and cuts it fresh -- not the quick, cheap dry sushi stuff at the all-you-can-stand places. You get what you pay for and this place is a nice, quiet, very great value for anyone who still believes in service without the crazy, loud crouds at other warehouse sushi scenes in Tucson!
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