People working at this restaurant put strong perfumes. I cannot believe this. I will be ruined the taste of food.
We ordered Tempura udon and soup was really bad. This is nothing close to Japanese food.
Why in the world you give 1 star at this place? This place is amazing. I was in tears literary while eating, the entire time. Okay the name of this place is O'Sushi but I think most people come here for Korean food. I did lol(The bad reviews are coming from people who had sushi?)
The servers were so friendly and kind... and very patient.. They gave answers to all my silly questions lol
I've been to more sushi restaurants than I can count and many of them bear the same characteristics: they tend to cater to adults and they tend to offer a muted, even reserved, ambiance. Even when hosting our raucous lunch group, our fave sushi restaurant still tended towards a hushed atmosphere. Well, not O'Sushi. Located in the former Ah Wok location, the restaurant welcomed multi-generational families creating a fairly noisy space. The brightly lit restaurant was shiny and new. To the right are tables equipped with tabletop grills for those choosing the Korean barbecue option. To the left, upon entry, is the bar.
I eagerly flipped through the menu. Yes! They offer several different versions of ramen, including the one I was craving, Tonkotsu. Delicious noodles were served in a pork broth (which unfortunately did not offer depth of flavor), along with a boiled egg half, and sliced pork.
Additionally, I sampled the delicately fried shrimp tempura, served with vegetable tempura, sweet potato, onion, and green peppers. The dish was fine but not terrific.
I also sampled the Mother of California, which was a disappointment. Despite containing crab meat, avocado and cucumbers, it was rather bland (and missing the avocado topper).
Service was quick and friendly. The servers acted as a team and helped each other out refilling drinks, running out food, and clearing tables.
Just telling you what to expect. Looking around the portions are pretty large. The menu price is also commensurate. I went over the weekend and my wife had sushi. Quite acceptable, but nothing exceptional. I had their spicy octopus. It was spicy hot - no problem. The octopus was very rubbery. Very chewy and not what I expected. Don't go for that.
Dishes are often designed for two. So that is why they seem expensive.
Decor is nice and the service is great.
Next time I will go to my regular sushi place. Cost benefit is not there.