This all-you-can-eat restaurant is always filled with young people, who obviously recognize a bargain when they see one. Come with an appetite and Akira won't disappoint you.
Went here for supper on a Saturday with family. The maki was the best I've had at an all-you-can-eat restaurant. Our waitress Linda was awsome. She was at our table frequently to refill drinks and to take additional orders. What I disliked about the restaurant was the sushi. Although the quality of the fish was very good, the fish to... More
The food was great. Hot or cold as expected. Tasty without being over spiced or too salty. People complain about slow service and I agree. Service is slow but I found that after your third visit, they get to know you and the service improves drastically. I do not recommend the weekends. That is when they are extremely busy and... More
We have been to this restaurant several times, and will be back. Not because of the service, but because of the food. During our last visit, we had our first issue with the food. Everything was excellent except our Butter-fish and Salmon was still frozen. Every time we are there, they take forever to come back after you order, so... More
There was a fruit fly in my water. Service was brutal. Servers walked by, made eye contact with you and ignored you. Orders were mixed up and incorrect. Not returning, ever.
Every server here is ignorant and stands around doing nothing when you want to order. There's a two hour limit on the stay, it seems like they only want you to order once and pass the time limit. When you have to get up and go to the bar to order another round of sushi and you get a look... More
If you're on a budget and don't mind sushi that is mostly rice and tempura pieces, then I recommend this place for you. The sashimi is hit and miss, and the soups are very watery. The staff is miserable and the cleanliness standards are questionable. For example, the waiter only wiped down half the table before we sat down and... More
Beautiful place, average sushi. AWFUL service. I've been there at least 5 times over 2 years just thinking maybe it will be better, but nope. Get your food in the first round because unless you lasso the waitress your not getting a second round, they won't even make eye contact. If by some miracle you get a second round you... More
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