Very personal service in a small, cozy space. Spicy scallop was amazing! Mochi for dessert. We'll be back!
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This is a very small restaurant with minimal sushi offerings. First of all, ignore the menu that is posted online because they do not honor that menu. The menu that you find inside the restaurant is what they will honor and that menu is only...More
We have been coming here for more than 3 years. More than 50 times, so we are a bit biased! Extremely fresh fish and inventive dishes. Excellent for take out or dining in. It is a bit tiny but the friendly wait staff keeps things...More
This is a very small restaurant, but the sushi is outstanding. It isn't the least expensive, but it is the best I have had in the area. The fish is fresh and ample. The service is attentive.
Modest, unpretentious, delicious. Soft-touch service, super-fresh fish (uni is always a good barometer and it was gorgeous). Hamachi Kama (collar) was perfect (fatty, juicy inside crisp outside) and the sole cooked dish on this our first visit. Will go out of my way and drive...More
We have been frequenting Sushi Uchi for many years and have tried a lot of other sushi places. Phil by far has the best quality sushi around. It may be a bit more expensive but it is more than worth it. Service is also consistently...More
The entire meal was outstanding. The restaurant is small. Five seats at the sushi bar and 6-8 tables. The seaweed salad was surprisingly acidic and tasty, with only a hint of sesame oil. The edamame was perfectly prepared. The salmon nigiri and unami were both...More
Best sushi by far outside of city. Compares with Umi and MF. Chef creative and very particular about his fish. Usually has Toro. Fresh salmon on Friday was the best.
We started off with the highly recommended Ahi Tower. It was tasty, but it was very small for $14. The pinkish roll was the Mountain Roll, which was pretty bland. The round fried roll in the pictures is the Samurai Roll, which, again, was pretty...More