It was ok. I orded three rolls, I got
two and waited half an hour for the third to arrive,, my drink never got refilled!
I don't mind going there again but definitely not at dinner time.
Don't park at 33rd St Station (strip mall to the north). I didn't eat here - just had to go get my kids car from the tow lot. The kid parked at the strip mall north of The Red Ginger and didn't see the VERY small signs indicating only - "33rd St Station Parking Only" The two signs in the actual lot are about 8 inches by 6 inches and worthless. The signs posted upon entry into the lot are not situated in a manner that a driver would see them. They are also very small and very low to the ground. Warning - do not park at the strip mall if you eat here!
Good Sushi. It's not the best out there, but the price is incredible. I've never had sushi so cheap! The service is decent.. the place can get really busy at night so beware. I've not had problems with parking like another reviewer has said.. but I wouldn't doubt a story like that. Parking is a moderate pain there. BUUUT, we've never had a problem finding a spot so I'll keep coming back for their good sushi.
Great food but BEWARE OF THE PARKING WAR.
The owner of the lot adjacent (33rd Street Station) to Red Ginger is vindictive and evil. He/She is in a restaurant war with Red Ginger and is just randomly towing cars in the lot. As a business practice, its understandable that the lot is only for your customers, but after this visit and $300 to get my car back, NEVER VISIT the 33rd Street Station food/shopping strip. The owner of the lot is a crazy bastard!!
Went to dinner across the street and then came here for dessert. In between that time, my car and 20 other people's cars were towed. The excuse--apparently we abandoned our car.
The owner contracted a ridiculous amount of towing companies to tow everyone--not differentiating between customers returning and actual non-customers.
Towing charge: $300. BOYCOTT THIS ENTIRE STRIP 33rd Street Station! Don't risk coming here if you don't have $300+ dollars to burn. The great sushi isn't worth the hassle until these two businesses can work together.
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