Went here for the first time with my hubby my oldest daughter and her boyfriend. None of us except him had ever been here before. We got to the restaurant around 4:30ish and there was easily 50 people already standing in a line waiting for the doors to open at 5pm. Once the doors opened we were part of the first wave to get seated. When you first walk in they have a very small hot buffet area with some not so great Chinese food items....fried rice, chow mein, 2 different soups etc.... Right past that area is the boat bar that seats probably around 15-20 folks. Then there are are several tables packed TIGHTLY inside. In fact at one point in the meal I looked up and EVERY table, every seat at the boat bar, and around 30 folks waiting to get seated were all crowded inside and I started to feel claustrophobic.
Once we were seated we were given vague instructions on how the place works but thankfully daughters boyfriend saved the day. We went up to the boat bar and watched the river of sushi flow by. Once you saw something you liked you picked the little plate off the boat. There was also a line at the very beginning and end of the boat river. You could request pretty much anything you wanted. I requested tempura shrimp, veggies, and calamari. There was easily 10 large shrimp, several veggies including green beans, carrots, zucchini and others. The whole table loved everything except the calamari it wasn't cut into rings rather cut into large pieces which made them not very tender. We also ordered 3 California rolls, 5 tiger rolls and 1 fried California roll. Each roll was VERY large and was cut into about 8 pieces. To say we were all STUFFED would be an understatement. Oh and don't forget about the yummy fried bananas. They do have soft serve ice cream, but it is very low quality ice cream...sorta like Ice milk not good at all.
Service: Was okay...if we had not had our daughters boyfriend we would have been very very lost. The staff was not good at all about helping you understand how the whole system works and there is no menu what so ever. If your a sushi novice like we were then you might want to look up different types of rolls on google like we did. There is one lady that walks around refilling waters and she must not really like her job is all I can say. The chefs who took all the special orders were professional, but not personable. Which I'm sure is due to the high demand placed on them by all the guest. The river boats were always full. And our check was placed on the table by the same gentleman who seated us.
All in all we will go back to Fuji's it was a fun night,and a very reasonable cost at around $18 per person. And now that we have more of an understanding will not feel so lost. Hope you enjoy as much as we did.
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