Good Quality and some interesting rolls. Service is a little slow, but a good place to eat. I eat here often and it is the best Sushi option on Magazine.
Went there with wife and kids for 100th time literally (well close to it). Went for happy hour. Great food deals. Had edamame, gyoza, crunchy rolls, and chicken spring roll(fried). Children love gyoza and crunchy rolls. Chicken spring roll not as good as previous crawfish spring roll, but ok. Also ordered seared tuna and avocado app. My kids fight over... More
We were looking for fish on a Friday during lent and decided to eat Sushi. We were seated in the outdoor patio area which was great. Our appetizers, salad and soup were a great surprise. Great fried rice (try the curry). Large portions of fish as well as rolls. Service was efficient and the server was very friendly. Went to... More
This place is located on a section of Magazine Street that is loaded with great restaurants and I confess, that I passed by it dozens of times without going in. My wife and I finally went in recently and were blown away. The sushi is a little expensive but not really any more so than other good sushi restaurants. The... More
Sake cafe on Magazine St. has the best, freshest sushi in the city of New Orleans. The atmosphere is swanky and hip and the prices are reasonable. If you go for lunch, take advantage of the bento box lunch special. It's a fantastic deal. Another tip is to sit at the sushi bar. If you do, they give you a... More
My husband and I came here for happy hour (3-6 pm) based on a recommendation, and were thoroughly pleased. They have a great cocktail selection for the happy hour prices, and the sushi was delicious! The sushi choices are fairly limited for the happy hour menu, but we left full and happy. Yum!!
Service was extremely horrible here! As soon as I walked into the door the hostess acknowledge us with an attitude. We needed a table for five so the hostess gave us a snobby attitude asking us if we wanted a booth or table. We told her we wanted a table and she slams the menu down and walked away setting... More
I'm not sure why, maybe because of the parade coming in two hours, but they rushed us in and rushed us out. Food was not that tasty. The bathrooms were clean. The place was pretty inside.
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