Small but very good. Family run, good service, nice place. Sushi Bar and Dinner Menu are both great options.
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this is an ordinary little restaurant, but it clearly serves a Japanese community. You can tell from the moment you walk in the place. Several of the tables had Japanese visitors, some speaking entirely in Japanese. My kind of authentic Japanese dining! One way you...More
Atari-Ya is a hidden gem in a rather run down strip mall. Once you're inside, it's a hopping place. The service is slow, but the food is well worth the slow service! Their rolls are huge and the nigiri pieces are twice the normal size....More
We ate here with 4, based on other reviews. We had the Atari-Ya special, chicken teriyaki and special of the week which were all great. Nice and friendly staff, kitchen is open which I always find a positive aspect. Prices are ok, ate (+ 3...More
We have been to Atari-Ya Japanese Restaurant approx. 10 times in the last 20 years. One that has been consistent is the in-consistent of the fresh fish. We have had some very good meals here and a few that were not as good. Keep in...More
Its off the beaten path, but well worth the eats. We love the sushi and sashimi and the staff are very efficient.
The place is in a shopping plaza, hidden treasure for sure. The exterior was not appealing at all but don't let it turn you off or fool you! Walked in with no reservation 15 minutes before they closed for lunch, place was filled but we...More
We decided to eat at this restaurant after reading so many positive reviews. When we arrived at the Plaza though I was a little hesitant to go in. The Plaza and store fronts looked run down and old. We went in and were pleasantly surprised....More