Good food, good atmosphere, good price, good service, good sushi, good fun Good good good not great but good
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A very good place for a catch up. Good variety of food- both Japanese & Chinese. Sushi train is a conveyor belt but interesting variety, and ala cart a bit better. Lots of fresh dishes being put onto "train". My kids loved the variety but...More
This is a great little place for a quick bite of sushi or a more substantial meal. Friendly staff and quick service make this the ideal place to visit with your partner, famil, or friends.
Hamilton Portside review: we had dined there about 5 times but noticed some bugs flying around our wine on the last few occasions. Brought to the attention of staff. My wife actually caught an killed a few. Meals have been good but have to say...More
This sushi bar and train looks impressive with a large room tastefully furnished. However it is disappointing that the offerings are pretty ordinary on the sushi train with little to excite the palate. I found that I had to order prawn dumplings from the main...More
I love Unagi Don (Eel on the top of rice) but this one was poor quality and.so disappointed. Other food were so so, just like fast food. Only Japanese curry was not bad. Cheap price so I can't expect too much but still need a...More
Food is average but prices are way to high and Miso soup should always be free in Japanese restaurants. Service was pretty close to hopeless. Try elsewhere if possible.
Seriously disappointing! As a resident of Portside I frequent Ginga at least twice weekly, it's very disappointing how the food and service have deteriorated!! Last night I was reprimanded for sitting down in a section of the restaurant that was closed... It's a sushi train...More
Never had a bad experience at this restaurant. The waiters and waitresses are always attentive and helpful. We had 7 people at our table and ordered a variety of meals. The food was brought out somewhat slowly (such as beef meals being brought earlier than...More