Japanese cuisine, teriyaki, tempura, hibachi, bento box, sushi, daily specials.
I've always loved their sushi but they refused to take my order to go claiming that I ordered and didn't pick up my to go order last time. I've given them a lot of business in the past and refuse to give them any more after that, I've never ordered from them and neglected to pick it up!
Sushi is quite good. But they are making the pieces smaller and smaller
This restaurant can make decent sushi but their portions are getting smaller and smaller. I used to order weekly from them and I stopped because of the ridiculous size portions of sushi they are producing. Now I am only ordering once a month to test it to see if they have improved. My most recent order in the last week was the most absurd I’ve received from them. It’s a shame because it can be a good place to get a meal, just very unreliable and I’ve been very disappointed and felt ripped off the last few times I’ve ordered from there. They don’t get my business weekly because of the way they’re cutting back. Hopefully they’ll change and realize, if I’m not the only one doing this.
Best Sushi Anywhere!!
We did not have high expectations when first ordering from Hana Sushi, but were greatly mistaken. Their Sushi is literally The Best we have every had. We have eaten sushi at the famous Kintaro on Kauai, at well known restaurants in SanFrancisco, Boulder, and many other locations. Try it out and you will not be disappointed..
The sushi was fine, but the hibachi was really tasteless, as was most everything else. Very small portions and very overpriced. The tempura cheesecake for $5.95 was a JOKE!
Good neighborhood sushi spot.
This quaint little sushi bar is a touch dated in a comfortable way. Friendly waitress and sushi chef. Attentive service and good food served in an easy way with no rush. On a rainy cold night the miso soup and a small dish of kimchi warmed us up to enjoy a simple but properly chilled ginger salad. We have three rolls and a sashimi platter. All were served with beautiful garnishes and the sashimi was served on a bed of ice lined with shies leaves. I love sashimi served cold and so few places do this. On the way is a big rack of little boxes with names on it. We guessed it was regular patrons chop sticks to use when dining in and yes that is what it was. Shows that the locals love this place and frequent it. The choices were good. The servings fair. The music played on a kinda loud radio in the background was kinda old school and sweet and added to the quaintness of the experience. We definitely will go back if in the area. Tucked in the Publix shopping center it was an easy in and out before doing some shopping.