Very mediocre. Didnt dare try any raw fish but the udon was decent and the salmon teriyaki wasn't bad.
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I first went here On their opening week, before they moved the front door to it's present location. It immediately became my favorite Japanese restaurant in the Sacramento region. We've tried other places but always end up saying "I wish we had gone to Samurai"....More
Before heading back to Paradise after our visit to Rancho Cordova, we decided to treat our daughter to a late sushi lunch. Samurai got the best reviews of the nearby places, so we decided to give it a try. I'm a huge sushi fan, having...More
We went in for lunch. Food was good. Nothing stood out as outstanding but good. Was slow while we were there so service was very good. They had some lunch specials that we didn’t try this visit. Have a nice sushi area around chefs. Prices...More
The last two times we’ve been there the fish hasn’t been as fresh and the sushi rolls haven’t been as good as they used to be.
We are always happy to come down the hill for great sushi. The soft shell Crab app is great and the menu varied.
They've changed hands a couple times since their humble beginnings as an old Denny's or something like that. It was a very good alternative and take out place to Mikuni's which is crazy busy on weekends. The sushi was great, but slowly...the fish wasn't as...More
There is a lunch special that is about 22 bucks that I can't pronounce. It's a smorgasbord of fish on top of a bed of rice. I did not think it would be that much or that good, but I was wrong. The fish was...More
My hubby and I eat at Samurai Sushi quite often. Frequently we use a pre-purchased Groupon (which we announce when we're seated). We tried a new roll today and it is now our very favorite. The 5-Star roll was everything advertised. The 2 kinds of...More
This was our first time here and we were impressed with the many choices. Seating can be at the bar, a table, a booth or a private room. The menu selections are many and varied and on this day there were a number of specials...More