I can't dispute that this is authentic and cleanly made however I've never been "wowed" by the food here.
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The menu is very interesting. The best items are listed on the wall. My favorite is a big Mike role! Be prepared to wait as the restaurant is busy and the service slow.
This is a busy restaurant. The food is good. However, with raw seafood, it is either fresh and good, or just plain bad. Nothing really special. My complaint is the service. When we arrived, we stood at the front for almost 10 minutes before the...More
Having moved recently to the Tsawwassen/Ladner area, we've tried out all of the Japanese Restaurants in the area for a new favourite. Maguro is the best for variety, innovation, taste, quality and ambience. It is always busy, which is a sign it's very popular! My...More
I just left this restaurant and although I never write reviews, I was so appalled by the food and service, I must warn others. The restaurant closes at 2130 ( or 9:30), we arrived at 2045 to be met by a waitress sweeping the floors....More
This is the best sushi in lower mainland BC! I love my sushi and this is definitely one of my favorites. There is frequently a line to get seated but it is worth the wait. The caterpillar roll, dynamite roll, and woonia roll are fantastic....More
Not particularly impressed by this place. The fish was fresh but the restaurant was in bad shape. The restroom was disgusting, and you have to shimmy past a cluttered hallway to get there. We ordered 3 rolls, and only really enjoyed one of them, we...More
Hadn't eaten at Maguro for a long time. Glad to see new additions to the menu. Service was good. Did not enjoy the Tuna Tataki - not nicely seared. Didn't seem like freshly done. Not good enough to make me try it again soon.
This is our 'go-to' local favourite restaurant. It is always busy so reservations recommended, but they do take walk-ins. The tempura is tasty with light batter. Without fail, we always order the wooing roll which has chopped scallop and tobiko inside, then topped with tempura...More
Even in Tokyo and other large cities one can experience terrible food but in Japan when one goes to a sushi restaurant gourmets order the egg omelet sushi to get an indication of the taste of the chef. If one did so in this excuse...More