I really enjoy going to yuki sushi! The
staff members have always been very friendly and personable to me! I also like yuki sushi because they have a decent amount of vegetarian selections ( I am vegetarian!) the only problem is that the restaurant is very small and you can sometimes feel cramped sitting at the tables! It also causes a problem if you go at a peak hour - you will end up having to wait for awhile for a seat!
Overall it's a nice place to get some good Japanese food!
Excellent neighborhood Japanese bistro.
Yuki Sushi is an excellent Japanese bistro where the demand is bigger than its supply. The food is fresh, tasty, and diverse, including teriyaki, tempura, udon, etc., as well as the sushi. The only thing it misses having is a chef who chops and grills in front of the guests.
The service I've had has always been acceptable. The only problem is it should have expanded years ago. The neighborhood flocks to this place so if you arrive at peak dinner time, you frequently have to wait for a table--sometimes for the better part of an hour--but the food never disappoints.
Love the sushi...... Love the sushi & the service. The wait maybe a little long on the weekend but definetely worth it. I love the Agedashi Tofu (best way to have tofu) and the spicy tuna roll. The food is yummy.
Service was so bad we left before eating.. Called in advance to make a reservation for 4 but was told that they only accept reservations for parties of 5 or larger. After driving there and waiting for over an hour for seating, we were told the next table for 4 that opened up was "reserved" and we'd have to wait another 10-15 minutes for seating at the bar!!! What a waste of time!
Unimpressed. Went there because of the reviews I read on CitySearch. Spent $20 on salad, tempura and sushi. They got the order wrong and I've had better sushi in the nearby area.
Avoid on Weekdays and Weekends. Yuki Sushi has the WORST sushi I have ever tasted in the Bay Area. The sushi was not fresh. The Sake (fish) was smoked, not fresh. This is the kind of Sushi restaurant I would expect on the East Coast. There are so many fabulous sushi places in the Bay Area, I will never go here again. Even though it is the closest one to my house.
Editorial Review by Christy Buena. Quaint restaurant serves fresh sushi, authentic Japanese cuisine and offers udon noodles and affordable prices.
hidden treasure. great local find! definitely will take all out of town guests here. the food is great, huge portions, great service, you couldn't ask for more...maybe just some space. but the line speaks for itself. the servers are always nice, even with the crowds. the menu is large, i recommend the udon and the agadasi tofu (spelled wrong, i know). haven't tried the sushi but i hear its wonderful as well. i recommend making reservations, they will seat you right away if you do!
Large Pieces. I like this casual place. There are tons of rolls to choose from, many of which have mayonaise so they did start tasting the same after a while. The fish is fresh! And they server large pieces of sashimi!
User review by susanlovesfood. I have yet to find better sushi and service for the great price! It is small so the wait can be a while, but ALWAYS worth it.
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