|Address:||439 Redding Road, Lexington, KY|
|Reviews:||" We have eaten sushi in many cities and countries, and this is some of the best. The fish is fresh and the cuts are generous. Plus, the Sushi chiefs are friendly and polite. We highly recommend it. "|
| ||- Gary and Barbara Thompson (Gary.Barbara.email@example.com) [August 2nd 1999]|
| ||" The GOOD:
-Nagasaki is conveniently located, yet far away enough from some of the 'hustle and bustle' of
-They offer a large menu selection (especially for your friends who are scared of sushi).
-Service is generally friendly (But you will get an occasional aloof server).
-Fish is fresh and palatable and rivals many mid-range sushi places in larger cities.
-Cost: You won't get full here (or anywhere else in Lexington)for less than $40/pp. The Dinner
'Combos' are a better deal. Bring your credit card if you want to order a la carte.
-Atmosphere: It's a bit dull.
-Cleanliness: Eating areas are sometimes a bit unkempt.
-Hours: They have only lunch and dinner hours, which makes it a real pain if you're dying for some
Nigiri and donburi at 2:30pm.
In short, if I'm going to spend $80+ on dinner for two, I just expect a bit more for my dollar.
You probably won't leave disappointed, it's just not all that sushi was meant to be.
| ||- Chris Daniel (firstname.lastname@example.org) [December 2nd 2001]|
|Name:||Sugano Japanese Restaurant|
|Address:||1533 Eastland Parkway, Suite #7, Lexington, KY 40505|
|Opened:||Tue-Sun: 5.30pm - 10.30pm|
|Reviews:||"Great Japanese food. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone, Japanese or American, visiting Lexington. If you love Japanese food, you will love Sugano Japanese Restaurant. Watch out for the talking fish when you enter.
| ||- Gary Kirby (email@example.com) [August 12th 2003]|
| ||"I visited Sugano one evening on a Wednesday at approx. 8PM. It was excellent. The area is not too big, not too small. If you are looking for a cultural experience, you will find many Japanese people there. In the evening, Japanese business men will be there. The food is delicious, but served very quickly. I had Tonkatsu, edamame (soybeans), California Roll, and Vegetable & Shrimp tempura. They have a HUGE menu however. They also have many beers, sake, and even wine. The area is clean and the service is good. The people who work there are the owner who is an older man with lots of energy, some young men who cook in the very back, and the waitresses are young adults who are really nice. It seems to be the hangout sometimes for the family of the workers though, they stay in another area however.
| ||- [March 3rd 2005]|
| ||"Suganos by far is the best sushi place in Lexington. Its cheaper than Tachibanas, but the quality is equal if not better, and you dont need a reservation like at seki. One of the only places in Lexington that you can get really good Toro(fatty tuna) and many other unique japanese dishes. Thursday is a very good night to go, me and my friends eat here and only here when we want really good sushi.
| ||- Kyle (firstname.lastname@example.org) [July 11th 2005]|
|Address:||115 N Locust Hill Drive, Lexington, KY 40509|
|Reviews:||"This is my personal favorite of all the local sushi places I have tried. It's very small (seats around 6-8 at the bar, and maybe 20 at tables), and distinctly no-frills, but the prerequisite ceramic cats and bamboo arrangements around the bar lend a charming, personal touch to an otherwise stark atmosphere. Of course, all of the tablewear is beautiful.
The chef is obviously a sushi master. I have never before seen sashimi and nagiri cut with such elegance and grace.
The menu is almost laughably extensive, and quite reasonably priced. My friend and I ordered two large platters, a pitcher of sake, and Sapporo, and paid $40, including a $10 tip. The lunch menu is even cheaper, but with the same size portions.
The chef, a very affable man, told me that they will soon be instituting a Karaoke night on Tuesdays.
| ||- Milly (email@example.com) [June 1st 2004]|
| ||"I've traveled near and far,across the United states,and no other place compares. Tokyo Sushi is the best sushi restaurant in Lexington hands down. The service was excellent and friendly. Whether you are a sushi expert or beginner,Tokyo sushi has something for everyone.
| ||- Erin [June 19th 2007]|
| ||"My personal favorite from Lexington, KY all the way to Tucson, AZ. Each piece is treated with care as it is made. The Yellow Tail Tuna melts in your mouth every time.
| ||- David Hicks (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Feb 20th 2009]|