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Arrive by 5 PM and sit at the Sushi Bar for the best Sushi you've experienced in San Diego! If you prefer restaurant dining, you're in for a treat as well. It is usually very busy, so make a reservation for the restaurant. No reservations...More
I lived in the area 10 years ago and Shien of Osaka was my absolute favorite. Have had some good sushi across the country but nothing compares. I was apprehensive when i saw the name had changed but went anyway. I was ecstatic to see...More
This place is nestled in at the back of a huge strip, part of 4 large buildings. It is at K11 spot towards the back next to a few other international cuisine eateries.
They open at 11:30 (holiday hours sign). I arrived 10 minutes early....More
Sushi was wondeful - fresh, well-presented and flavorful. Hot appetizers also excellent. Tried edamame (yes, it can come out wrong) which was perfectly steamed with the right amount of bite, and gyoza. Waitress more interested in discussing her personal issues with the manager than concentrating...More
Walked in off the street without reading any prior reviews or making a reservation. The staff were courteous and helpful. I took the easy option of Shrimp tempura and Chicken Teriyaki and wasn't disappointed. Everyone in the place seemed to be getting the shrimp, but...More
Went with colleagues for dinner. Typical Japanese food catered more for Americans with huge sushi roll. Not much options for Vegetarian though the waitress was very helpful to ensure tofu dishes came without the bonito flakes and also boiled spinach to go along with rice....More
I have tried shrimp tempura all over trying to find a place that makes it as good as Akai Hana. There is even an Akai Hana in Goodyear, AZ and they don’t come close. The tempura here is twice as large and the dipping sauce...More