|Name:||Matsuya Japanese & Thai Cuisine|
|Address:||341 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063|
|Opened:||Sun- Thur: 11.30am- 3 pm, 5 pm - 10.30 pm, Fri,Sat: 5pm- 11.30 pm|
|Review:||"I arrived the evening of Friday the 13 th. while returning from a trip to Cap Cod. Matsuya was having their grand opening and I hade to try it. The place has many roods but had no Sushi Bar yet. I was told that it would open another time when they build it. They put me in the back of a room far from the people who had arrived with friends as I was dining by myself. I ordered the Sashimi Deluxe and a order of Uni (sea urchin) the Uni came and it was fresh and wonderful, the Boat of Sashimi came and it was also very fresh but was warm not cold and and not much care was put into the plate. I never did see the server till my check came and I so wanted a cold beer. But it was Friday the 13 th and they did not get there act together yet. I will go back to see how it is another time.
| ||- Steve Schneider (Fiveten10@aol.com) [June 16th 2003]|
|Name:||Mikata Japanese Steak House and Sushi Bar|
|Address:||647 Amhearst St., Nashua, NH|
|Opened:||Mon: 4pm -10pm, Tue-Thu: 11.30am-2.30pm, 4pm -10pm, Fri:11.30am-2,30pm, Sat: 11.30am-2.30pm, 4pm -12pm, Sun: 12.30 - 9pm|
|Reviews:||"A wonderful new sushi bar with well prepared sushi and sashimi. Also has a number of hibachi tables for the steak house show.
| ||- Steve Otruba (email@example.com) [May 10th 2004]|
| ||"I was travelling with Sue Morrison my General Manager for Design Salt and we went for dinner on a Tuesday evening. There were three people in Mikata. No one was at the Teppanyaki Room and no one was at the Sushi Bar just the three sitting at a booth.
We decided to stay and order I had a spicy Tuna Roll, a Hamachi Hand roll and an order of Uni. Sue had a Spider roll with a Dragon roll. I thought the food was going to be bad as there was no one there but the food was not bad.
| ||- Steve Schneider (Fiveten10@aol.com) [Nov 7th 2008]|
|Name:||The Osaka Tea Garden (CLOSED !)|
|Address:||295 Daniel Webster Hwy., Lamplighter Square, Nashua, NH 03060|
|Opened:||Mon-Thu: 11.30am - 2.30pm, 5pm - 10pm, Fri: 11.30am - 2.30pm, 5pm - 11pm, Sat: 12.30 - 11pm, Sun: 12.30 - 10pm|
|Reviews:||"Very nice sushi bar with a nice selection of cooked food as well."|
| ||- Steve Otruba (firstname.lastname@example.org) [August 22nd 1998]|
| ||"This small out of the way restaurant has a small Sushi Bar and a Tatame room, very simple tables and has a full Cocktail and Beer list. Has a Sashimi Special for four on two Wooden Boats that cost $70 dollars. I had three guests when I went and the food was cold ,crisp, and very good. The Restaurant feeling is very down home."|
| ||- Steve Schneider (FiveTen10@aol.com) [October 26th 1998]|
| ||"Still an excellent Japanese restaurant with a sushi bar that prepares an excellent variety of well made sushi and sashimi.
| ||- Steve Otruba (email@example.com)|
| ||"We have been visiting Osaka for years and never had a bad meal.
A few of our favorite (that we canīt get at other restaurants) are the crawfish roll and an awesome rainbow roll.
The liquor is pricey, but the food is always fresh and the service and atmosphere is nice.
Ken and Amy (KAMorreale@aol.com)
My wife & I are fairly new to the sushi world and have tried about 6 different restaurants.
We always find ourselves back at the Osaka Tea Garden. We thought maybe we were cutting ourselves
short and possibly missing out on something better so we decided to check out the Ginza in Boston,
MA. Well I cannot say we were unhappy because the suhi was ok, but not what the ratings led us to
believe. This place had no scallop, and no King crab. As a matter of fact the Osaka is the only
place I have found King crab which happens to be my favorite. We now frequent the Osaka Tea Garden
almost weekly( it is definitely factored in to our monthly budget)and find the service excellent,
and sushi even better. Give it a try and ask for Tony or Mihara at the sushi bar. A+++++"|
| ||- Kevin & Beth Gagnon (firstname.lastname@example.org) [June 18th 2002]|
| ||"Sadly The Osaka Tea Garden is closed. One of my favorite and most frequented restaurants closed it's doors Sunday. Glen, the owner has sold the restaurant and retired. The new restaurant in this space is expected to be Chinese and may have a sushi bar. Between not getting World Cup tickets from USSF and this place closing it's been a tough weekend.
| ||- Steve Otruba (email@example.com) [Jan 20th 2006]|