Had a lunch box with sashimi, excellent fresh food and service. The best Sushi in the lower Mainland.
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Four of us went about 1 year ago... we alll had a chicken dish.... we all got sick later in the day... this place needs a cleaning and a makeover...the place has a very distinct terrible smell when u walk in... not recommended anymore ...outdated...More
I am a regular here :) I have been going to this restaurant since it opened 20+ years ago. I absolutely love it! Great restaurant with tatami rooms, low tables, high tables, sushi bar seating and bar seating. Great vibe, with a great selection of...More
By far one of my favorite sushi places in the Tri Cities. Its not the cheapest by any means, but the quality makes up for it. Try the spicy tuna sashimi. It has both heat and sweetness. Its not the standard squeeze of siracha and...More
Terrible service. My salmon was overly cooked and when I asked them to cook it "properly" the server said "That's how we do it here". She wasn't happy that they had to redo it and didn't even apologize. I watched the rest of my family...More
The service was perfect each time we have visited Osamu. The food is consistently excellent. By far the best sushi I have eaten ! The Baked Beach Oysters are a must as are the Chili Prawns.The Tempura is light and perfectly battered without the mouth...More
I've been frequenting Osamu's for 15+ years and never been disappointed. The good is always exceptionally good, nightly specials capitalizing on local fresh ingredients and good service in a relaxed atmosphere.
I have been trying to find a good sushi place in my neighbourhood for over a year now. #finally! Loved the sushi, the atmosphere, and the smiling faces. Highly recommend the salmon sashimi.... It was the perfect temperature, fresh, and had a hint of lemon!...More
We went to this restaurant with my sister and her husband, who are regulars there. They have been raving about the place for some time. Now we know why. Everything we ordered was good, without exception. Although not all the food is "authentically Japanese" (it...More