Maryland Heights, MO 63043
Riverfront Times's Description
A spare strip-mall sushi joint, with the requisite neon Sapporo sign in the window and the small, glossy picture menu on each table. The draw - or gimmick - here is all-you-can-eat sushi: $11.95 at lunch and $15.95 at dinner scores you as much nigiri sushi, rolls and selected other dishes as you can handle. The only catch: You pay a surcharge for anything you can't finish. The nigiri sushi is straightforward, the rolls the standard assortment of California and Philadelphia, spider and rainbow. A few rolls and other dishes are available Ã la carte, but the all-you-can-eat option offers too much value to ignore.
Tips from foursquare
The gyoza is sooooo good.
for lunch i recommend you get both the gyoza and sumai for an appitizer. the white tuna sushi is also great. dinner here is even better!
Gyoza and crab Rangoon are the best!
Awesome sushi. Never had a bad experience here. Don't fill up on soda pop...
Service isn't that great and they are really stingy with their napkins but who can best all you can eat sushi for 12.99?
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