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User Reviews (15 Reviews)
- Sushi O Sushi Japanese CuisineCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Oct 17, 2013
Can't leave NorCal without paying a visit here. Getting my sushi fix on! They are very generous with their sashimi cuts. A bit pricey but for what you get it's worth it!
- Sushi O Sushi Japanese CuisineMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 1Aug 16, 2013
Simply put, the best sushi in the area. We are big sushi fans and have spent many an evening (and so much money) on finding this gem.
If you like Sushi, you'll love Sushi O Sushi!
- Sushi O Sushi Japanese CuisineMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Jan 29, 2013
Maki roll lovers, you will love Sushi O Sushi. They have one of most extensive and creative menus I have ever seen. The photos are great. Disclaimer: Will make your eyes bigger than your stomach.
I came here with two of my friends, one of which was a regular, so we left most of the ordering up to her, and we got a huge spread. I love trying a bunch of different things, so it was perfect. We ended up getting sashimi and 5 rolls. Yes, it was just for the 3 of us.
This is how we rolled (haha):
- Bay Island (CA Roll, topped with Bay Scallops and mild spicy house sauce, baked to perfection)
- Main Event (combining shrimp tempura, cream cheese, spicy tuna rolled together and dressed with papaya sauce)
- Mega Three (Tuna, Salmon, Yellowtail, Flying Fish eggs, rice cracker seasoned with our mild spicy sauce and rolled with cucumber sprinkled with jalapeno Flying Fish roe)
- Kani Spicy Tuna (Combining crab meat, avocado and spicy Tuna, this colorful roll is dressed with papaya sauce)
- Una Temp (crispy shrimp tempura roll with an outer layer of broiled fresh water eel and topped with mildly sweet house sauce)
Everything was really good. The combos, although didn't sound like they would be good, just worked so well together!
The restaurant is very spacious and the decor is modern. The service was so-so, but it could have been because we were seated in the back room, and our server admitted that she had forgotten we were back there a few times. Thank goodness we had enough food to feed us for a week and lots of catching up to do to keep us preoccupied to really notice!
- Sushi O Sushi Japanese CuisineMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 10Aug 17, 2012
I had dinner here with three friends and one of them had their son with them. I had a bit of a craving for fish, so this place gave me an opportunity to try it out. I was told by my two friends that they were still waiting for a table for the last 20 minutes, so by the time my friend Vanessa and I got there we were kindly seated. The place looks like it roughly seats a large group of people, since to the left of the restaurant there were large booths with a big party.
The four of us took a look at the menu and I ordered myself a Kona Crunch maki roll, my friend Tony got the Summer Breeze and Tempura roll, while my other two friends Vanessa and Sue (Thuy) got themselves sashimi ($30).
My two girlfriends got their plate pretty quick at the same time we got our glasses of water. I was a bit thirsty, so I kept requesting to get my glass refilled every few minutes. Took me a few minutes to realize that my glass and Vanessa's glass weren't the same as my two friends. We were drinking out of cocktail glasses. What is up with that? I guess they were low on the regular glasses? Who knows.
I finally got my order of my Kona Crunch (cooked shrimps, avocado, cucumber and a dash of creamy wasabi come together in this roll, wrapped in soy paper)...first bite, not bad. I was too wrapped up looking at the Salmon and Tuna sashimi which were pretty large in slices. Fresh and yummy. My friend Vanessa ordered a bowl of rice, but to our surprise there was some hair in it. She didn't want to eat any more of it and asked the waiter to bring back another bowl. He didn't come back until 10 minutes later. ??? My two girlfriends and myself were almost done with our rolls and Vanessa passed up on the bowl of rice while Tony was still waiting for his order. We kept asking the waiter when was his coming, but he said that they were out of tempura so they had to make another batch of the shrimp. Wtf?! We all wondered why hasn't he mentioned it before. After awhile, Tony's Summer Breeze and Tempura Rolls finally come. The waiter was trying to redeem himself for his bad service that he came out with 4 bowls of green tea ice cream topped with mung beans. We didn't bother to take a bite out of it after our poor service.
I notice that they have online and phone orders from our visit, because there was plenty of people waiting for their food to be picked up. I gave this place two stars for their quality of sashimi and rolls, but knocked out 3 stars for waiting for a table and the service that we received. I just might order food from them over the phone rather than have to sit down and eat here.
- Sushi O Sushi Japanese CuisineJul 05, 2012
For a Korean run Japanese restaurant, this is as impressive as it can get.
In fact it might even fit in somewhere in Southern California Orange County...like Buena Park, or Garden Grove...almost.
Not terribly crazy about sushi restaurants that either try to sound Irish (is it O'Sushi) or makes me wonder what will happen to the intergrity of my O-ring after the meal. Luckily, neither.
Large and wide sushi bar, and good sized pieces of nigiri, with a better than average selection compared to the competition. Yes, they have kanpachi and tai, mirugai, and uni... a few more than the other Korean run sushi restaurants around (so yes...aiming for mid to higher end) and unfortunately the dreadful escolar/super white fish that will contribute towards O-ring enlargement if you eat too many pieces.
Acceptable casual nigiri sushi, although the rice was not seasoned sufficiently to my liking. Not a place to come after watching Jiro Dreams of the Good Stuff.
This is probably one of few Korean run sushi places I care to know of that also offers Hwe Dup Bap (Korean chirashi/sashimi over rice with hot sauce), and it is also on the menu. Doesn't it boggle the mind that many other Korean run sushi restaurants do not want to offer HDB?
- Sushi O Sushi Japanese CuisineMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Jul 04, 2012
Not a bad restaurant but do not expect authentic Japanese cuisine here. This is a Korean style sushi restaurant.
Their maki rolls are mostly of fusion variety. You will find ingredients like sun dried tomatoes, cream cheese and Jalapeno in your rolls. The rolls are dominated by the sauce rather than the fish. Kind of overwhelming but strangely attractive.
This place gets really busy on weekends. They also do not take reservation on the weekends for small groups. It is probably not a very good date spot because it is a bit noisy and too packed.
Ordering to go is easy and quick. Just give them a call and your food will be ready in less than 15 minutes.
- Sushi O Sushi Japanese CuisineMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBackpackersAdventure TravelersJul 03, 2012
This is the best Sushi place in the Bay area. The best rolls that we order there are - Caterpillar, Ca Delux, Pink Dragon (the best), Philly, Camino, Rainbow.
Giozza is also very good. You can take a lunch box (Ori's favorite :) ) - chicken tariyaki, giozza, adamme or shrimp tampura. The box comes with jelly fruit desert. For desert try the green tea cheese cake, and green tea ice cream. During the meal they serve unlimited green tea, don't forget to get it when they ask about the drinks.