|Address:||4611 South Sherwood Forest Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA|
|Reviews:||"Great place, nice atmosphere.
| ||- Nick Roberts [March 8th 2004]|
| ||"Fuji is by far the most authentic Japanese restaurant in Baton Rouge. Although it is also owned by Asian's that are not Japanese, they have tried to emulate the Japanese sushi bar's as much as possible. I lived all over Japan for 17 years and their sushi is so far the best I've tasted in the south.
| ||- Janet Simmons (email@example.com) [April 16th 2004]|
| ||"I've eaten sushi from all over the country, and this is probably the worst I've ever eaten; one step above the sushi you'd find on a Chinese buffet.
| ||- Sean F. (firstname.lastname@example.org) [August 2nd 2004]|
| ||"It was ok. The food was fine. It wasn't wonderful. It wasn't horrible. I don't believe any of the reviews on this page. I doubt any of you have had sushi. Rolls aren't sushi. Especially with the mayo'. May as well eat a nasty po' boy. By the way, it would be great if southerners could spell.
| ||- Brutus [Nov 21st 2005]|
| ||"Brutus is obviously a complete idiot and has probably never even eaten at Fuji (of course being a northerner he wouldn't know good food if it hit him in the face). The sushi and sashimi at Fuji is some of the best around. It has a quiet and comfortable atmosphere. The only downside is the service. It leaves much to be desired. I wish they would do something about this problem because I really like the place.
| ||- Jimmy [Dec 5th 2005]|
|Name:||Ichiban Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar|
|Address:||5741 Essen Ln., Baton Rouge,LA|
|Reviews:||"This place is great. I love the food and the atmosphere.
| ||- J. Lee [Sept. 23rd 2003]|
| ||"I love this place, they are by far the best in Baton Rouge. There Ichiban roll is the greatest roll I've ever eaten.
| ||- Arron Landry (email@example.com) [Sept 25th 2003]|
| ||"The worst Japanese food I ever had. Special Eel Roll was only special in the fact that the eel was almost nonexistant. Tempura udon had 3 over-cooked and small tempura shrimp, no tempura vegetables, and a few meager raw vegetables (that had black spots on them) floating in a weak soup with noodles. Green tea had lemon in it (which I didn't ask for) and cheap chopsticks (full of splinters). $16.44
| ||- Doug W. (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Feb 14th 2005]|
| ||"Absolutely love it. The staff is warm and the sushi is the best in BR. Tempura rolls! Sushi Box!!! Try the tiger rolls too. Geaux Tigers!
| ||- rush (email@example.com) [March 26th 2006]|
| ||"Ichiban has the best sushi in Baton Rouge. I have eaten at all of the other restaurants and I believe it surpasses them all. Fuji would then follow - their sushi is great as well.
| ||- Amanda (Sep 12th 2006]|
|Address:||4612 Bennington Ave., Baton Rouge, LA|
|Reviews:||"Sushi Happy Hour 7 Days a Week "|
| ||- Beau Mixon|
| ||"I've tried every place in town and the only place that I can rely on for fresh fish and first rate quality is Kamado's. The Pink Lady Roll is the best in town!
| ||- Cynthia Swanson (firstname.lastname@example.org) [May 13th 2004]|
| ||"I've tried a few of the other sushi restaurants in town. As far as my family is concerned, Kamado's is THE sushi restaurant. I have eaten there dozens of times both in the restaurant and to-go orders and I've never been disappointed in the taste or quality of the sushi or sashimi.
| ||- Cynthia B. (email@example.com) [May 8th 2008]|
| ||"Kamado's is my favorite sushi Restaurant in Baton Rouge and I've never been disappointed. If ever you feel you can splurge 20 bucks, I highly recommend their sashimi platter with it's variety of the best.
| ||- Bennet G. (firstname.lastname@example.org) [june 16th 2008]|
|Address:||3023 College Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70808|
|Reviews:||"One of the only places in Baton Rouge to get sushi. Although the south is known for it´s seafood, Baton Rouge is lacking sushi and sashimi selections. Koto´s carries a wide variety of oriental foods and has a sushi bar that I would say rivals Shogun in New Orleans. "|
| ||- Jeff Brady (email@example.com) [August 24th 1999]|
| ||"Koto of Japan now is under new ownership, please come and check it out. There is a brand new hibachi grill, and very unique sushi.
| ||- Derek,Chang (firstname.lastname@example.org) [May 3rd 2005]|
| ||"Koto has the best crunchy rolls ever!! I don't know what it is- but I can't find a crunch roll anywhere else that is half as good!
| ||- Crystal [Nov 13th 2006]|
| ||"I have been to all the sushi restaurants in Baton Rouge and this is by far my favorite place. The baked salmon appetizer and the gold point are among some of my favorites. Derek the owner always knows who we are and there to greet us when we sit down. If that isn't service I dont know what is!
| ||- Ashley (email@example.com) [Feb 9th 2007]|
|Address:||100 Lafayette St (6th Fl), Baton Rouge, LA 70801|
|Reviews:||"A very stylish restaurant, set high above the Mississippi River, where attractive people come to see and be seen. They frankly aren't there for the sushi; unfortunately, the management shares their indifference.
The quality of the fish is just passable, and the selection is unsurprising. (The first evening I was there, they were 'out of' hamachi, which is kind of like McDonald's being 'out of' fries.) Presentation can be good, but it can't really conceal how dull the product is. The sake list is small and overpriced.
I went back a second time just to be certain that the first trip wasn't an off night. It wasn't. I hate to bad-mouth any sushi restaurant, but Tsunami was a genuine disappointment.
| ||- Patrick Otte (firstname.lastname@example.org) [April 17th 2007]|
| ||"I agree. The atmosphere is great but the sushi is barely average and the service is terrible. Anyone that says different is only following the trend and knows nothing about sushi.
| ||- Ellen J. (email@example.com) [Oct 11th 2007]|