Kikuya is one of my favorite restaurants. Nothing really noteworthy other than quality Japanese food.
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Not sure what got into waitress. I should have walked out of Kikuya when she literally threw bento box at my table. No apology, no words at all. The food was tasteless because of the service. I would never go back there. I agreed with...More
My husband and I stopped for dinner here on a recent visit to the Redmond area. On a Friday night, this place was obviously locals only (and not all that full either). However, the prices were more than fair for the huge servings of food,...More
We hadn't been to Kikuya for some time but dropped in on a Wednesday. The place was bigger and had a bar but the food lacked the delicacy of Japanese cuisine. The portions were large but weren't well presented. The place used to be full...More
Kikuya is old-school, no neon, no conveyor belt, no fancy cocktail bar, no long lines, no hassles. Satisfying to terrific sushi--great salmon skin roll, other great rolls, but the menu is not swamped with deep-fried cream cheese maki and the like. Reminds me of the...More
We went to Kikuya for a family evening meal, after finding out Todai had closed. I had the deluxe sashimi plate for $19, my wife had a beef dish and our two kids shared some Udon. Green tea was a nice start. The sashimi was...More
Pretty good restaurant. Good food for just about everyone whether you're a sushi fan, meat fan, or a vegetable fan.
Great sushi for the east side. It's a lunch-time favorite.
I love this place. Great food, good service, pretty good prices.