|Address:||4324 Hazel Avenue, Fair Oaks, CA 95628|
|Opened:||Mon-Fri: 11am - 2pm, Mon-Sat: 5pm - 10pm , closed Sunday|
|Reviews:||"Mikuni is by far the best restaurant for sushi in all of Northern California. The atmosphere is casual, service is very friendly and the food is absolutely delicious !"|
| ||- Rosanne Adams (email@example.com) [November 13th 1997]|
| ||"Largest sushi bar in the area. Both restaurants (see Roseville, CA for the other one) have over 40 seats at the sushi bars. Fresh fish is delivered daily. Only the top grades of fish are used by the sushi chefs. Winner of Sacramento Magazine´s best Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar in the region. Sacramento News and Review readers and editor selected Mikuni as the best Japanese restaurant and Sushi Bar. Also given award as best place to wait for food in the Sacramento region. Very loyal and devoted patrons frequent Mikuni´s and will wait for up to 2 hours to get a seat at the Sushi Bar."|
| ||- Derrick (firstname.lastname@example.org) [January 31st 1999]|
|Address:||11773 Fair Oaks Blvd., Fair Oaks, CA 95628|
|Opened:||Mon - Fri 11.30am - 2pm, 5pm - 9.30pm, Sat 5pm - 9.30 pm|
|Reviews:||"Taka's will make you anything you want from their menu including fresh sushi in nigiri form & many rolls, some of which have cool names, sashimi, Tempuras, Teriyakis, Sesames, Noodle Soups & other Seafood Appetizers. The service is always very attentive to your needs & courteous. The place to be is at the sushi bar to see the sushi being created for patrons.
| ||- Angela (email@example.com) [Dec 6th 2004]|
| ||"All I can say is WOW! The service is friendly and attentive and the atmnosphere is authentic with a california flair. From the first time I walked into Taka's I was treated like an old friend. When I asked questions they not only answered, but often would illustrate my answer with a demonstration (of course not when the place is packed with patrons!). The overall restaurant is a place you could have a nice quiet dinner for two; however if your looking for fun, the sushi bar is the place to be. The chefs are engaging in conversation and its fun to see them create their culinary art. The Ziggy roll (hand roll or sushi roll) is my favorite. Anyway way you slice it, Taka's has become my sushi place.
| ||- Rob Ross (firstname.lastname@example.org) [June 13th 2005]|