Best "undiscovered" sushi In Utah. I'm pretty picky about my sushi. I've been to dozens of restaurants around SLC, UT and many more around the world. I have to say that I love Nagoya sushi! It's the best undiscovered sushi place. The sushi rolls are always fresh, presented beautifully, and taste heavenly. They're appetizers are superb also. Tonight we had tempura fried bananas for dessert and I must say it was a delicious dessert. The place itself is unpretentious. Don't expect to find glamorous interior. It is a small, family run place. But what they lack in decorations they more than make up in the taste of sushi rolls and other dishes. You'll almost never have to wait for a table there which is a big plus for me and the service is prompt. The bottom line is, if you like great sushi and don't like to wait this is the place for you! I'm really glad we discovered this place because we got tired of having "an hour" wait at Happy Sumo at the Gateway every time we went there. And as much as I love Happy Sumo, I must say that Nagoya surpasses them in taste of sushi. This is our regular place now! Go try it!
Best Sushi in Utah I've had so far. I'm a really nit-picky about my japanese food and sushi, since I am from california where there is always fresh fish and I have tried sushi in japan. This place serves their food with a quality and standard that you will see before you even eat it. The sushi is warm and delicious, and their service is prompt. They also have a sweet deal of 3-4 rolls (mix and match) for $30. If you bought the rolls separately it would be around $50!!! This offer is unbeatable and perfect for a date. If I recommended a restaurant in Utah, it would be this one.
best sushi in salt lake.
This place is hidden from the street a little so not too many people know about it but it's fantastic! My wife and I eat here as often as we can. We've eaten at nearly every sushi place in Salt Lake City, and this is hands down the best sushi place in Utah. Our favorite rolls are the Venus, Geisha, Grand Canyon. The Sweet Honey is very unique and delicious if you want to try flavors you've never had before (strawberries are an ingredient).
I consider myself somewhat of a sushi connoisseur, and this place is full of flavor. Some sushi places will be missing the bursts of flavor in their rolls, but this place never disappoints. Check this place out, it is yummy. Eat the sushi slowly and enjoy the combination of flavors.
The restaurant was recently bought by a new chef and he's has kept all the same rolls the previous owner made (awesome!) but also added some new rolls that are incredible (yes!). The Sweet Honey and Grand Canyon are new additions to the menu.
My partner and I discovered this place while exploring about a month ago. It's in this giant strip mall. The sushi is fabulous!!!! The first time we went, I got a bento box with sushi and sashimi, and he got a bento box with chicken teriyaki and gyoza. The miso was excellent, and the salads had a great carrot ginger dressing. My sushi and sashimi were truly excellent, very fresh, presented nicely, and generous.....I think I got three or four pieces of each, six to eight total. My partner said the chicken teriyaki was excellent, quality chicken instead of the remnants a lot of places use. I felt our tab, about $30, was totally reasonable, considering how far from fresh fish we are out here. Only a little more than we would've paid in seattle. The service was great, but for some reason the place was almost empty. I found that odd considering how good we thought it was.
The second time we got take out. He got chicken teriyaki (again...not a sushi lover), and I got tuna sashimi and a tiger roll. Way too much! The menu said the sashimi was five pieces, but I swear there were eight, large too. And the roll was enormous! The teriyaki was very generous too. This time it was probably about $45 or so (including tip), which, again, for sushi this far away from the coast, is pretty reasonable in my opinion. I saw that other people thought it was too expensive, but maybe we're just used to higher costs b/c everything out here seems reasonable or even cheap to us....except gas, alas.
A good place for sushi but!!!!. When I first started going here a couple years ago when they first opened it was really a bargain. All you can eat for 25.95. I have to admit there sushi is awesome and just about the best in the area. About a year ago they upped there fees and reduced there quantity. You get a choice now of combination 1 2 or 3. The price went up to 26.95 for a short time maybe about 6 months then it went up again to 29.95. If your a frequent sushi lover like me these price increases have made going fewer and farther between visits. Because of the fact you get less for your money. It is owned by Koreans who seem to be more interested making more money at the expense of creating a place people love to go.
Good Sushi. We are regulars to this restaurant. Their rolls are a bit overpriced if you by them seperatly, but they have great specials. 4 rolls for $26. Who gets one roll anyway! Service is great and usually not too many people there so its not noisy. They have excellent beef teriyaki! You can share a box with 2 people. Overall its a good experience.
Where's Japan?. Teriyaki sauce told the entire story. I ordered a beef teriyaki which had strange odor to it. I had no idea whether It was the beef or teriyaki sauce, which was too thick, not authentic at all. There desserts were limited(green tea ice cream). However, service was excellent, very prompt. stay away from pizza roll. Don't ask for manager because they have one.
Stripmall surprise. We've been to a lot of sushi restaurants in and out of the Salt Lake Valley. Surprisingly, Nagoya is one of our best finds in recent months. Tucked away in an unassuming stripmall, most people just drive by, which is both good and bad. Good because the restaurant was empty, meaning we got excellent service. Bad because it probably doesn't get the recognition it deserves. Even if you're not in the area, it's worth the trip. Fresh food, attentive servers, and complimentary miso (or maybe that was just for us) - beats many of the other [possibly overrated] sushi restaurants around here. One last note... give the Utah roll a try.
Nagoya- Great Sushi. I went with a group of about 8 people for the all-you-can-gorge sushi lunch. It's a little pricey ($26) but well worth the money. Nagoya has so many inventive rolls and all were very fresh. I would especially recommend the Utah roll and the Tiger roll. Be careful how much you order on the a.y.c.e. option, or else you'll be stuck paying for uneaten food. In addition to all-you-can-eat sushi, the rest of the menu is open. The teriyaki beef is delicious! The service was friendly and prompt, once the waitress got to our table the first time.
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