We’re in Albuquerque for the weekend and found this restaurant by accident. It’s fantastic and really original - sashimi is fresh and I definitely recommend the baked green mussels.
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Pedro and Burt are phenomenal sushi chefs and one can only hope to have one of them create an off-the-menu roll. Jarrod and Shiloh are attentive servers and add their own styles and personalities to the experience. This is definitely the best sushi restaurant in...More
I go here every few months and it remains one of my favorite in ABQ. I find the atmosphere relaxing and the food consistently good. There are usually interesting specials. I would compare this to some of the better midrange restaurants in Chicago or LA.
Was excited to try sushi with green chili; less excited as the meal progressed and the service got worse. Dirty plates left on the table, then neither the waiter nor chef seemed sure of what they gave to us for dinner. Food was average.
I was a frequent diner here when it was Japanese owned. (I'm a sushi-snob, and only eat from authentic Japanese restaurateurs.) I'm happy to report that the new owner has kept the same high quality that the previous owner, Ono did. Worth a visit and...More
I am from the East Coast. I love Sushi and tried 2 places during a week long trip. The #1 Sushi place on TA was OK. The staff was pleasant but honestly the Sushi was mediocre. If you like Sushi.....Travel to Crazy Fish in the...More
I was a little unsure about having lunch here because I don't consider myself a huge sushi expert. But I was with a large group who had agreed to meet up here after a morning photographing in various parts of downtown Albuquerque, and had been...More
- Service was good. It wasn't one of those waiters that would come to your table every 5 seconds but he did refill our drinks when needed. - Our order didn't take long to arrive. - Very nice decor. A few beat up tables but...More
Was not sure what I would find here--the place was deserted because it was between terms at UNM and all of Central Avenue looked like a ghost town.That said, we were pleasantly surprised with the food here. My husband had tuna sashimi, my son had...More