We never leave hungry or unhappy! Service is good and social. Entertaining for the family. Very satisfied with our visits!!!
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We enjoy oriental foods of all kinds so this was right up our alley. Sushi is well prepared, and eating around the grill is great entertainment as well as good food!
I am a frequent patron of Asahi and have been for years. The food is consistently well prepared and the staff is outgoing and friendly. Hibachi is the obvious star here, but the sushi menu is pretty extensive and everything I have tried from it...More
This restaurant has been the go-to place to celebrate birthdays and other milestones. "Monkey Boy" always remembers us and especially the shrimp allergy one of us has.
Hibachi is about the entertainment and great food.... this is neither. There was no entertainment even though our chef had a nice personality. The food was less than desirable. Even the rice was awful. I actually can't come up with one positive thing to say.
After reading mixed reviews about this place we had waited a good while to venture here. The dirty dingy place we read about was not the case at all. It seemed to have undergone a total paint job. At least the walls had a nice...More
We had a group of ten; and we gathered around the cooking surface in this traditional Japanese restuarant. Most of the people on my end of the table had shrimp and beef which was served with fried rice and vegetables. It was very tasty. Our...More
This restaurant has fallen on hard times. All the warning signs are evident when you walk in the front door. The entire restaurant needs a thorough cleaning. The current management has lost its focus. The food was barely edible. The smoked salmon sushi was inedible....More
We were pleasantly surprised...kind of. Walking up to the restaurant doors, we were a bit nervous because the place looked a bit sketchy. Once inside, we still felt a bit anxious but once we were (quickly) led to a table we were past the point...More
Growing up with a Japanese mother in California has spoiled me somewhat when it comes to Japanese food and sushi. Living in the midwest means not always having good ethnic food choices. The sushi we had at Asahi was very good, in fact it is...More