Service was not good...waiter seemed to be rude...I went with my friend & I ordered Sushi & soup... it wasn’t good... as soon as I got home I started vomiting...My friend was also not feeling good.
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I have frequented this establishment regularly for several years. My last two visits, I have noticed a distinct change, and not for the better. Service is poor, staff is not attentive, they are trying to create a club atmosphere at lunchtime. I will be reconsidering...More
We frequented Haiku enough to receive a $30 reward certificate. Unfortunately when we went to use the certificate they claimed there was no amount attached to it. Treated us very badly. Although we enjoyed the food and service we will never return.
Huge drop off from the quality that Red Plum used to deliver. We were seated outside and waited almost 10min before we were even brought water. It was not overly busy, just appeared to be poor communication amongst the staff. We ordered 4 rolls, two...More
We have been customers for years. We come for dinner/lunch and order in. In the last 6 months quality and service went downhill. Delivery orders have included not fresh fish, some even with funky smells, forgotten parts of orders, but most recently delivery arrives over...More
Sat at the bar, had the happy hour appetizers (pancakes with a curry sauce, edamame, spring rolls, wanton soup) and for main course my wife and I split a big order of sashimi. Very nice presentation a very fresh seafood.
We are regulars and always enjoy the food & drinks, and the service is friendly and attentive. It's a great spot to bring friends and family when they visit as well.
My first formal sushi experience was this week at Haiku for a late lunch. It was rather quiet when I arrived around 3:30PM on a Monday afternoon but I can imagine how busy they must get since they are located in the heart of the...More
Everything is fresh, super great sushi bar and nice friendly sit down drink bar too all rolled into one. Friendly service and have never had a bad meal there ever,