Nice clean, helpful staff. The servers are knowledgable about the food they are serving, pretty good variety. Fun to watch
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This was a pleasant discovery for happy hour one late afternoon whilst wandering the streets and riverwalk. Friendly staff, reasonably priced drinks and good deals on sushi were the highlights. It did seem like the sushi chefs who were in for happy hour were somewhat less experienced as the rolls were not the most tightly rolled nor prettiest I have... More
Not one of my top 5 simply because of their prices. However I will say they have an extensive menu and so far the sushi has been fresh. Not as flavorable on some of the rolls as I would expect but I like spicy. I used their delivery a couple times before but this particular time was longer than expected.
The sushi was pretty good. The menu was extensive....almost overwhelming. But loved that it was separated into sections according to fish, i.e. tuna and salmon, eel, crab etc. Also loved that there were riceless options. The salmon in the tepanyaki was a little overdone but the portion was huge. Overall the sushi rolls were underwhelming but would give this place... More
I liked this place, but didn't fall passionately in love. After paying $100-plus for three people, I'd prefer to do more than go steady -- in the sushi sense. The ambiance was off, for one thing. The smallish space is more like a sandwich shop or eat-in deli than a sushi restaurant. Fortunately, the cuisine transcended its surroundings, to a... More
We went for lunch while attending a conference here in San Antonio. The restaurant was not crowded, probably one of the only ones with the almost 10,000 people descending on downtown for lunch - we should have taken that as a hint. The waitress was friendly but not very competent as she forgot things we ordered, who ordered them, made... More
Sushi Zushi is a great blend between a fancy, expensive sushi place and a casual lunch sushi cafe. The sushi was excellent, they have some very unique rolls, all of which were very tasty. The menu was very extensive, maybe even slightly overwhelming, but the food was great.
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