Excellent Sushi w/Cheap prices!.
We read all the Sushi reviews and decided on this one. The sushi was wonderful and the prices were in line with what I'm used to paying....about $6 or $7 per roll. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because the atmosphere is that of a dive. It wasnt dirty, just had an "old bar" feel to it. Others will like it, though, because of the unassuming atmosphere.
The waitress was attentive. No negatives there.
I will undoubtedly choose Go Sushi over the other ones I've tried in the area, just for the fact that the sushi was great and the prices were reasonable. The other sushi places I've tried in the area were about $14.99 per roll!!!
always keep coming back....... One thing I have to say...I have eaten at alot of sushi resturants but I keep coming back to Go Sushi.I love that place !!!!
Neighborhood joint boasts a boho-chic vibe and countless sushi treats..
The small eatery holds a few scattered tables and a handful of stools lining the austere sushi bar. The relaxed and comfy feel provide an unintimidating vibe for patrons to unwind. The menu boasts a selection for first timers, such as the all-over California roll and teriyaki sir-fry, as well as first-rate choices for sushi connoisseurs, including combination plates loaded with nigiri, sashimi and poke salad.
Service Nightmare!!!! Food is average.. I used to be a regular and loved this resteraunt. As they became more popular and well known, the service became awful! The servers try to work as little as possible and hang out with their buddies (who are always in eating for free). There is one gentleman in specific who is unbelievably rude. He has ignored our table multiple times even after the chef points out that we have not been helped to the point that the chef has to try to help us. They speak about numerous things that are compleatly unprofessional. I would not say that it is kid freindly unless you would like to hear about what kind of mary jane is available in salt lake during different parts of the year, and this being thirty minutes after you asked for a soda and still don't have it. The udon soup used to be delicious but they switched noodles( i'm sure to cut cosrs) and it take sat least fifteen minutes to get, consistantly. In my opinnion, Go sushi is the unfortunate story of a company that grew too fast and did not have peole in charge who had any experience in the industry. I watched Go blossom and now they have come full circle to their withering status now. No thanks!
Imaginative sushi! Good service! Try it!!!. I first tried sushi nearly three years ago, when I moved to Salt Lake City. There are so many sushi restaurants, that my wife and I started trying many of them in the area. I'm certainly hooked on sushi and I'm now hooked on Go Sushi. My wife and I had lunch at Go Sushi today and we were very impressed with the quality of the food. The fish was obviously fresh. The owner of the establishment was behind the counter and made a couple of the rolls we ordered. The service was very good. My soft drink was re-filled twice before it was half-empty and once when I wasn't even aware the waitress had re-filled it. If you like somewhat adventurous sushi, Go Sushi is the place for you. They aren't a "traditional" sushi restaurant, they don't claim to be "traditional" and they don't apologize for their approach. The building is nothing to look at (inside or out). But it is clean and the food is outstanding, so who cares what the building looks like? I would highly recommend Go Sushi ... Go!
Food worth the wait.. We drove by this place many times, and finally decided to try it. Now we wonder why we waited so long. The food is as good as Happy Sumo (our previous favorite) but without the mall crowds, and the prices are much better (and you don't have to pay for parking). The service is very freindly, though at times it is a bit slow but well worth the wait. If you like sushi you must try this place.
Best Sushi in Salt Lake. Go Sushi is a cozy little place to enjoy excellent Sushi. The fish is ALWAYS fresh, the mood is relaxed and the service is great. If you want the best Sushi in Utah visit Go Sushi and try their rolls.
Good value, fresh fish.
Go Sushi is a tiny little sushi joint that will instantly become a favorite. We frequent the place at least once a week and have yet to get anything but perfectly made, absolutely fresh fish, with an ever changing variety. The roll variety is wonderful, very creative and a treat.
The staff is always polite and ready to help. I am always shocked when you find fresh fish in Utah, and this place has some of the best. Definitely try the unagi and the spider unagi roll. Mmm.
Best Little Sushi place this Mouth has tasted.. Last weekend some friends and I were heading to Sakura Sushi and we got there just after they closed. Which was a blessing in disguise. We were hell bent on getting some good sushi and Go Sushi was all that and a bag of Wonton Noodles! Great and I mean Great Mia Roll!!! The other rolls we had were excellent! The Music was great! The server and the chef were really nice. It was a lot closer to my house then Sakura! Great Prices!! I noticed that there were Larger then normal pieces of fish on each roll. That could have been just a coincidence, but I prefer to think that's how they Roll at Go Sushi. No pun intended. I would recommend Go Sushi to anyone that is looking for a cool new place for Sushi. Be careful though. It will become your favorite little unknown Sushi Bar in town.
The Cheapest and Best Sushi in Town!!!. The people there are really nice. They know me too well because I'm a regular. I like this Sushi Bar because it's close to where I live (~2.5Miles) and i can ride my bike there and back. It's much cheaper than Ichibon or Suhiro. The workers (yes, I'm using that word XD) there are more friendly, and are probaly the friendliest in town. It makes me happy to go there because the restaurant has that air to it.
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