Campbell >Michi Sushi
Rolls Galore. Michi's has the best rolls I've ever had. Never had their entree..why would you? Forget the ever popular (and boring) rainbow, dragon, catapillar, and spider. The portions are nice and big, usually 4-8 pieces to a roll. Fair warning, it can get expensive. For 2 people, three rolls to share are plenty. Some notable mentions: November 7th, Climax, Second Climax, Blanca Cherry Blossom, Blonde Bombshell. I love the macadamia nuts on top. Fresh, unique, delicious!
wow. omg the food is great. The sushi men are terrific, and the waot staff isn't to bad, atleast the non asain ladies, do very well. The fish is the freshest i've ever tasted, i've been around the world and never tasted anything so frsh and goo. Also they have a great variety, and great owner/chef. It is my favorite place to eat in the bay area.
Look no further for FRESH sushi!. Other reviewers may gripe about pricey rolls... but how many places can you go where they have such HUGE cuts of actual FRESH fish? I say the money is well worth it. If you do a side-by-side comparison, you get way more for your money here. Keep in mind... fish costs more than rice... AND their rolls are still huge, meaning they don't over-compensate w/ rice. I think it's a total value considering the portions of fish, let alone the freshness factor. If you like Blowfish, I scoff. That is not sushi, it's paper-thin fish acting as sashimi. Try this if you're really into fresh FRESH real FAT fish! try it!!
quirky. This restaurant is unique and quirky with very helpful and friendly staff. The sushi, miso, and potstickers are very good, however the rolls are way expensive. The atmosphere is fun and friendly. Although the sushi rolls are expensive, I would come here again.
There were so many rolls that it was very hard to decide. I would recommend the Ichy Michi. That was a good one. We must have tried about 4 rolls along with our dinner. The miso soup was pretty good because it wasn't too salty like the other Japanese places. I did find the rolls expensive though. It was like sticker shock when you look at the daily specials or the menu and see $20 rolls. The good thing about their rolls at Michi is that there is little rice so that means they don't skimp out on the fish. I found the sashi platter to be only ok.
The food was decent/above average compared to other places, but I found the prices to be a lot higher than most places. It is kind of surprising because from the outside, the place just seems like a hole in the wall.
The Best Rolls in the Bay Area. The sushi at Michi's is the best in the Bay Area hands down. The rolls they have, over 100, are super tasty and really fresh...of course I only tried maybe like 10 of them. Even though the owner is Korean I talked with him and he worked and trained for several years under the guidance of a Japanese restaurant. The food is a bit pricey but thats expected for food of this quality. Also the rolls are quite generous not only in taste but in how big and filling they are. The place is a little small so expect to wait a little bit especially during weekend dinnertime. Trust me, once you had some of their rolls you will be coming back. The friendly staff and excellent food makes this a great restaurant. Highly recommended!
Best Sushi in the Valley. The BEST sushi in the Valley! Always the freshes fish and over 150 fabulous rolls. They've also got a full dinner menu. Sit at the bar to get the best view of the fun behind the sushi bar.
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