We had a great lunch. The food was high quality and the service was friendly and prompt. I liked their no farmed fish policy but freshly caught. The Bento Boxes are great.
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This is the first time that I've eaten at this particular location and the service was fantastic! I got there close to the time that they were closing and everyone was super nice and didn't rush me to eat and leave. The food was pretty...More
Wow, pretty awful to be honest. Even the California Rolls were horrible. I would think it would be difficult to mess those up. The tuna Poke bowl was the best of the 5 items we ordered. The rice is soggy, the food is bland. The...More
Healthy and diet friendly alternatives at this casual restaurant. I loved the variety of vegetables offered. The prices are extremely competitive.
The cashier was great, as was the chef and the guy who actually brought our food to us, but the food was not. The best way to describe this is a SLIGHTLY nicer version of the Genghis Grill. The sauces were poorly flavored, ingredients were...More
I've just had an excellent lunch - Joe's Special - a generous bowl of rice, chicken, and broccoli with a delicious teriyaki sauce, plus a cup of water, all for about $7. The staff is friendly and the seats abundant both inside and outside. They...More
I think I went to this location...don't remember, but went to this chain. it was good, quick and tasty food. I love all sorts of Asian inspired food. Good for a fast casual place. Clean.
Stopped for a quick, late lunch after visiting museums. We had spring rolls (delish) followed by Zushimi--12 pieces of sushi that I asked the chef to select. Counter order and table delivery. The sushi was fresh and tasty and reasonably prices. I would definitely eat...More
I love this chain. Tried to eat there every night. Created my own bowl each time along with some sushi. And the customer service was great.
I love everything about Tokyo Joes. Terrific food, lots of veggie options, cool decor, good prices, friendly staff, etc. The original owner is good to the community, too. Win-win-win.