Excellent food, great service, price a bit above average but worth it. We are definitely going back.
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Guys this place by far is the best sushi ever! It NOT cheap but expense but worth every bit the price, they do not skimp on the portions, a single piece of sushi is about the size of your typical two pieces you get elsewhere,...More
I Loved this restaurant but it has now been closed and reopened under new management as Akaya. They are nowhere NEAR as good a restaurant. Portions are skimpy, choices are fewer, prices higher. A real shame...
The food there is good. We used to go there all the time, but the last time we were there we ordered a seared tuna dish that was horribly prepared. We had that dish many times before, and it was always superb, but this last...More
We have been coming to this Japanese restaurant for years. Unfortunately this place is permanently closed according to reliable sources despite the sign under renovation.
Love this place. Had lunch here and the bento boxes were amazing plus their tuna collar. Will surely come back here with family.
The food and quality is good but is very pricey for an average restaurant.The location is not too god (parking is limited because shopping complex is small) If you go as a family with children it is not a good value and a bit pricey....More
Combination dinners are a great value which include beef teriyaki and chicken teriyaki or Chilean Seabass and California roll. Include soup, salad, rice, house hand roll and fruit. $13.50 and up. Restaurant is a good size and can accommodate large groups. Nice take-out menu also...More
While there are numerous Japanese restaurants in the area, Akasaka is by far the best. The food is excellent and very authentic. The owner, Michael, is friendly and always checking to see if you are satisfied and well taken care of. Their tempera is excellent...More
Akasaka is a casual family owned restaurant in Walnut. We ordered dinner to go and was pleasantly surprised at the amount of food we got. The teriyaki chicken dinner came in a beautiful divided plate that gave it an appearance of a meal served on...More