We've been to Thai One on & San Shushi before. I always thought they had decent thai food, and fair sushi. When we saw a living social coupon we decided to go back. I'd read recent reviews and thought the food might have improved. I was wrong.
Entering the restaurant, a pleasant hostess seated us at a table. The tablecloth was stained, so we moved to another table. Before we sat down we realized this tablecloth was stained (soy sauce?) as well. Finally found a clean place to sit (restaurant was near empty on a Friday night) and looked through the menu. We like cooked sushi, and the choices were tired. But I remembered they had a chalkboard behind the Sushi bar, so we went up to find something that looked good. The Martin roll looked interesting, but the chalk board was smeared and difficult to read so we went back to our table and questioned the server about the roll. We told her we wanted to make sure all the sushi was cooked, and she assured us it was, and that this roll was interesting and favorable. We added an order of Chicken Satay and a Drunken Noodles.
The Sushi came out first - with a layer of raw scallops on top. When we questioned her about it, she said that the scallops were 'blanched" - Not exactly cooked, but not really raw. I tried it, found it rubbery and with a consistancy of raw scallops. My wife told her we specifically asked for everything on the roll to be cooked. Her response " OH, YOU CAN PICK IT OFF" and walked away. REALLY???????
The chicken satay was good and we enjoyed the peanut sauce that accompanied it. The Drunken noodles were also good. Neither were outstanding, but compared to the sushi that we should 'Pick off the semi-raw scallops", they were good.
When I did 'Pick off the scallops" I also lost the spicy mayo, so the roll had little taste. It was also soggy and separating each piece from its neighbor proved difficult.
Our waitress either quit during the meal or traded with another, because she didn;t make an appearance in our area for the rest of the meal. A very pleasant male waiter brought us our check and asked how we like our dinner. I told her we thought the sushi was sub-par, but like the satay and drunken noodles. His response? "I won't say anything to the Sushi Chef' REALLY? How about telling the owners.
We left very unsatisfied, and will NEVER go back.
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