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My experience with Japanese food has not been plates of grease but rather fresh and flavorful dishes. My late lunch with a friend was just greasy and gross.
Appetizer: spring rolls. They were not bursting with veggies like I was expecting, instead I got fried...dough still dripping oil with a sliver of cabbage and carrot for color.
Meal: waitress said the Yakisoba was popular so I took her up on the recommendation. I got a plate full of greasy noodles topped with mayonnaise and fish food flakes. Would not recommend.
Dessert: green tea ice cream. Can’t mess that up. It was the only edible thing I had besides multiple glasses of water to choke down the poor excuse for Asian cuisine.
Waitress said she’d refill my water but that took 15 minutes. Food was served fast. Cost $26 for just my order.
My friend had the ten don bowl which was just plain white rice and some tempura. She liked it but it didn’t look special. And the fried scallops, which again wasn’t amazing.More
We stopped by for lunch excellent food, service and atmosphere. The dining room felt cozy. Service was prompt and the server was knowledgeable about the dishes. The food was well presented, tasted amazing and was hot.
Visited last night with family, and we were pleasantly surprised. We knew we were in for a good meal when we were at a nearby store and asked someone for directions. One of the shoppers walked by and raved about this place! We had appetizers,...sushi and the teriyaki rice bowl. They serve beer, wine and sake.More
My husband and I had lunch at Kizuna recently for the first time. The decor is very nice, restaurant is clean and I like the fact that they separate tables with a barrier so even though you are sitting next to another table, you don't...feel like it.
Waitress was friendly, service was a little slow but that may be because everything is cooked from fresh.
M husband and I ordered the Yakisoba, he added chicken and I added beef. My husband thought it was very good, I didn't care for it at all.The portions of meat in both our meals was small.
My husband would probably go back but I won't. If you like authentic Japanese food you will probably enjoy this restaurant, I guess I don't care for it. We both felt it was a little expensive considering the small amount of meat we got with the noodles.More