|Name:||Aloha Island Style Sushi|
|Address:||336 West Broadway, Salt Lake City, UT|
|Phone:||801 DA BEACH (801 322-3224)|
|Opened:||Mon-Fri: lunch and early pickup dinner, Sund: Closed|
|Reviews:||"This is a fast food take out place that is done right. With Box lunches starting at $5.50 they have things that you just don't see every place. Organic Carrot rolls; Maui Wawie Stogie (Spam and spicy mango in a roll);Blue Hawaii Marlin rolls (rosted;. Yes and all kinds of Sushi.
If your in Salt Lake City and working a Trade show order from them.
| ||- Steve Schneider (Fiveten10@aol.com) [Sep 12th 2006]|
| ||"This place sells to other restaurants and caters yet you don't know it. They buy fish daily right behind the restaurant. Everything under 7 bucks for a full lunch or dinner.
| ||- Jim (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Nov 18th 2007]|
| ||"Grab and go Hawaii style boxes available for $6.99 in the restaurant or at all maverik locations 24 hrs per day 7 days per week.
| ||- Frank (Frank@hotmail.com) [May 16th 2008]|
|Name:||Ginza Japanese Cuisine & Sushi Bar|
|Address:||209 West 200 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84101|
|Opened:||Mon.-Thu: 5.30pm-9.30pm, Fri,Sat: 5.30pm - 10.30pm|
|Review:||" This is the Best Sushi Bar in Salt Lake City. ´Salt Lake City Magazine´ voted it best Japanese Restaurant for 1998. And they are correct. If you find your self in Salt Lake and have Tetsu who was head Sushi Chef at the Mikado and know ownes GINZA make you wonderful and large Hand Rolls. I had Spicy Scallop,Spicy Tuna, the Striped Bass Hand Roll with Yellow Tail Sashimi. I am looking forward to going back next time there is another Trade show there."|
| ||- Steve Schneider (FiveTen10@aol.com) [August 22nd 1998]|
|Name:||Happy Sumo at Gateway|
|Address:||153 South Rio Grand Street,Salt Lake City, UT 84101|
|Opened:||Mon-Thu: 11.30 am-10 pm, Sat,Fri: 11.30 am- 10.30, Sun: Noon- 9 pm|
|Reviews:||"I had been told about this place the last Outdoor Retailer Trade show and decided to check it out. The food was out of this state and it is now the place I will come to in Salt Lake. If you want to know more Check out there Website.
| ||- Steve Schneider (Fiveten10@aol.com) [February 11th 2003]|
| ||"I was very unhappy with the service here. If you are a serious sushi connoisseur I would not recommend the happy sumo. Nothing spectacular fishwise and most of the rolls are california rolls with different toppings on top. Most with too much mayo and unagi sauce! I would have to say it's the Mcdonalds of sushi.
| ||- anonymous [Sept 25th 2005]|
| ||"The Happy Sumo is the most amazing place in Utah to go for sushi. The atmosphere is so cool without being too pretentious. It also has the most amazing sushi ever! I've been to just about every place in SLC for sushi, and NO PLACE compares to the Sumo! I recently went back to the Sumo after being away for a trip and they had updated their menu with so many new rolls! I am addicted to the Baked Lobster Roll, Rock Shrimp Roll, and the Lotus Roll. Oh and they have new desserts, although Mount Fugi will always be my fav, I loved, loved, loved The Chocolate Trilogy. I don't know how they do it, but they always have the freshest, tastiest sushi. I recommend the Happy Sumo to everyone who loves great sushi!
| ||- Sandra (email@example.com) [May 16th 2008]|
|Address:||336 South 400 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84101|
|Reviews:||"The sushi is absolutely amazing and the atmosphere is wonderful. The best in Salt Lake City."|
| ||- Nicole Densley (firstname.lastname@example.org) [January 18th 1999]|
| ||"I was in Salt Lake and hade to check out the restaurant. This is a wonderful place I thought. I was eating Sushi at the right hand of GOD--the restaurant, is in a former LUTHERAN CHURCH---with stain glass windows --when the Olympics come to town this will be the hippest place in the city."|
| ||- Steve Schneider (email@example.com) [February 15th 1999]|
| ||"Mikado has bought Ichiban... "|
| ||- [Sept 16th 2005]|
|Name:||Jasmine China Bistro & Sushi Bar|
|Address:||4810 S. Highland Circle, Salt Lake City, UT 84117|
|Opened:||Mon-Thu: 11.30am -9.30 pm, Fri,Sat: 11.30am-10.30pm,Sun: 4.30pm-9.30pm|
While a little off the beaten path, Jasmine is certainly a little find. Known mostly for
their chinese food, Jasmine also houses a complete sushi bar, with a Japanese chef, fish flown in
daily, and innovative rolls. The fish selection is small, but the quality seems excellent.
Portions are small for rolls, but fish by the piece is very generous. Definitely a high-quality
restaurant, with post-and-beam construction, an outdoor patio by a stream, and thoughtful
decorations. Ike, the japanese chef (Hasimoto-San) is still working on his English, but the
language barrier is easy to ignore once he starts making innovative dishes and rolls on the house
:) It's definitely a very nice restaurant, and though they are aware of this fact, it is not at
| ||- Hans Schneider (Hanserclimbs@aol.com) [August 7th 2002]|
|Name:||Mikado Restaurant and Sushi Bar|
|Address:||67 West 100 South, Salt Lake City, UT|
|Opened:||Tue-Sun: 11.30am - 9.30pm|
|Reviews:||"Traditional Japanese food with eight eating rooms and a Sushi bar across from the Salt Lake City Convention Center. Priced well. Second location in Park City."|
| ||- Steve Schneider (Fiveten10@aol.com) [January 8th 1998]|
| ||"That Mikado was disappointing is to say the least. The night I went there they had run out of Edamame (can you believe that from a Japanese restaurant?), the server asked me not to order sushi because they were 'too busy' and it would have taken over 35 minutes to get two pieces of Maguro! The Miso Soup was definitely one to forget. The Miso Marinated Sea Bass was acceptable.
In conclusion I would not recommended this place.
| ||- Carlo Gramolini (firstname.lastname@example.org) [June 7th 2005]|
| ||"My family dines there twice in January 06 and on both occasions had good quality food at a fair price, service on one occasion was slow, but it was new years eve, I have eaten sushi in Tokyo many times and Mikado is consistently ok.
| ||- Craig Robson (email@example.com) [April 16th 2006]|
|Address:||321 S. Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111|
|Opened:||11.30am - 3pm, 5.30pm - 11pm|
|Reviews:||"We have been to nearly every sushi bar in Utah, and Shogun is BY FAR the best. It is the best simply because they have the largest selection of the freshest fish. They have many things that are usually only found in Japan. This is not Americanized sushi, but the real thing. Takashi is the head sushi chef, and everything he makes is just fantastic. Make sure you sit at the sushi bar!"|
| ||- John Zollinger (firstname.lastname@example.org) [December 14th 1998]|
| ||"Shogun gets much of its fish directly from Tsukiji, the center of all things sushi imho. If you want japanese food with the quality of service and attention you´d get in Japan, go to Shogun. The other sushi restaurants in Utah serve rolls and only work for an American appetite."|
| ||- email@example.com) [May 31st 1999]|
| ||"Anyone who knows me, know´s I´am a sushiaholic. And who would know good sushi better? Shogun is the best there is. Out of the 13 different sushi bars, in 5 different states, that I´ve eaten at so far. Shogun still has the freshest and most extensive variety of fish, expertly prepaired in the largest variety of different ways. Once you have experienced Shogun, this is what you will compare everything else too. Takashi is a master of his trade, that is always creating delicious new items that are only available at Shogun. A special thanks to Takashi and all of the wonderful staff at Shogun that have made every visit a uniquely increditable meal. Thanks for making me feel at home. I´ll see you there tonight (1/8/2000) and as often as possible in the future."|
| ||- Jarrod S. Gann (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Jan 2000]|
| ||"Takashi Gibo has moved to his own place called TAKASHI at 18 West Market Street just half a block from Shogun.
| ||- Jarrod S. Gann|
| ||"Head Chef Keisuke makes incredible sushi and sashimi. Have been going to this restaurant for over 25 years, and just love the fresh delicious meals there. Also they have a Late Night Happy Hour Thursday-Saturday. See website for details.
| ||- G. Fischer (email@example.com) [Feb 18th 2010]|
|Link:||Restaurant Website |