This is the worst sushi I've ever had in my life. The restaurant smells like wet dogs and the bathroom is absolutely disgusting. The only nice thing about this restaurant is the fact that you can't smoke in there.
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While our family was spending the last day of Spring Break vacation here in Biloxi, we stopped by Yuki's for lunch. This was the first time our young sons have seen a habachi grill in action and they thoroughly enjoyed it. This place is well...More
Enjoying to watch chef prepare food in front of you. Food was good. Chef does not start until enough patrons have been seated so some people wait a fair amount of time before they get to order and eat. Hibachi is not only service, sitting...More
When I first tried Yuki's over 10 years ago, it was such an exciting restaurant. The staff was nice. The chefs were well-skilled. And, the food was great. However, those are now desired days of old. I decided to not get today's $5 chicken special...More
HIBACHI is a visual and olfactory experience, especially for kids. 15-min wait for service (very few customers in the place--a tipoff in itself). Surly waiter hated his work--no is, shocked by a patron's desire to send wine back for another choice. Toilets filthy. Dirty tables....More
They have a $5.00 Chicken hibachi special on Friday. You get egg drop soup to start, I think theirs is the best in Biloxi. Then hibachi fried rice , onions and peppers, hibachi chicken and potatoes. Took a little longer than expected because they wait...More
My daughter and I were attending an event at the Gulf Coast Colliseum (right around the corner) and were looking to grab some convenient sushi to take back to our room and found Yukis close by. We didn't dare hope to have anything extraordinary, just...More
Yuki's was the first Japanese restaurant in Biloxi and they are still here because they serve the highest quality of food. The quantity of the food is by far the best on the coast!! Try the avocado salad! Very impressive. I love love love Yuki's.
I have been eating a Yuki's for years now and I highly recommend it, whether eating dine in or hibachi. They are supportive of both first responders and local military. It is a casual dress restaurant with a good mixed menu. I am one of...More