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  • Liz K.

    Amazing food at great prices! Friendliest service in Montana! What more can you ask for!? Must try the Lobster Roll when you go!!

    (5)
  • Megan B.

    I'm completely in love with the curry here!

    (5)
  • Amy E.

    Good Asian food and friendly service. This is one of the best places to eat in Great Falls. The sushi won't impress those from the coast, but the spicy tuna will satisfy your hankering. The curries and soups are tasty. Atmosphere is comfortable but well designed.

    (4)
  • Angie C.

    the staff is friendly an fast the food was good I didn't like the imatation crab very expensive the mermaid roll is amazing!

    (4)
  • Jacob S.

    I have never been so insulted, nor treated so terribly at any restaurant in my life. I ordered surf and turf, the ribeye and lobster. The lobster had a very overpowering "fishy" taste, and the ribeye tasted like old meat, so I had my friend try it and she spit it out in her napkin. I hate returning things, and usually I would just let it go, but it was an expensive meal. I asked the server to return it. The owner comes out, (Paul?) rudely demands what is wrong with his food. I told him politely about my experience, he then pointed at all the other tables and stated that he served food to all of them and they didn't complain, so he then continues to tell me I ate off of my plate, and I will be paying for all of it, then he stomped off. I can't believe it happened. I've never been treated like that before and my friend was shocked. I was polite, and very humble about everything, and was treated with excessive disrespect. Never thought I'd be scolded as a customer at a restaurant before. They will never have my business ever again, and I'll make sure more people hear about this experience. The health department will be notified as well.

    (1)
  • Tony B.

    Worst sushi I've ever had. If you can get past the terrible waitstaff, DO NOT order any sushi. I ordered yellowtail sushi and received this gray, thin, dry piece of bait on rice. I've been there 3 times and EVERYTIME the waitstaff messes up the order and has the "I could care less" attitude. I am not one to usually send things back, but when it is borderline edible or the completely wrong thing I will. Save yourself the trouble and go to Umami in Great Falls. The food is far superior to this sad excuse for a sushi restaurant.

    (1)
  • Minnie M.

    Compared to the other oriental places in town, this hands down wins. Sushi is decent price with larger portions, I was skeptical when I was reading other reviews but decided to try it anyways, roll we ordered was large (trust me it's not small and over priced like umami) the fried tofu was great (but portion may be a bit small for price on this one) the drunken noodles I ordered were NOT drunken noodles, or not like any other Thai place I've ever gone but it was pleasantly tasty. Not what I expected but it wasn't bad. That's the only thing I gave it less stars for, I was expecting real drunken noodles but I may be asking for a lot because I'm from California. The service was good, as for great falls, I say this is a gem.

    (4)
  • Molly B.

    Way better sushi here than umami. And the customer service is great, I love it! Non nom nom!

    (4)
  • Channy M.

    Best sushi in Montana, no contest. The food is always AMAZING and my dad and I got there so often that we know the owners and some of the other people who work there. The best worker is one of the sushi chefs, Vince. If you like sitting up at the bar, strike up a conversation with him. He is one of the nicest guys and you won't be disappointed.

    (5)
  • Olivia S.

    Suki Cafe has GREAT sushi, especially for Great Falls, MT! I would frequent this place over any of the sushi places in Fargo. The spider roll and volcano roll are my favorites.

    (4)
  • Service C.

    AWESOME!! I love sushi... This place serves terrific rolls. The customer service is perfect, owners always come out and are so friendly :)))) I believe the raise in price has hurt them. I know it has kept me from choosing to go there.

    (4)
  • Tommy W.

    So far I haven't been disappointed with the food here (I've had a few sushi rolls, the chicken pad thai, and the shimp tempura). It's priced higher than what I think is justified, but am willing to shell out to get some decent sushi (especially considering we're in Great Falls). My biggest complaint is the service needs a lot of work. I shouldn't have to sit and wait 30 minutes before anyone shows up to take my order, and it's like pulling teeth to flag someone down to get a drink or even to pay your bill.

    (4)
  • Ken C.

    I have to ammend my review now that Umami has come to town. Suki's is overpriced and the quality simply isn't there. When they were the only one in town, it was easier to fool myself. Now, they are obsolete. If you do go, get the curry, avoid the sushi.

    (2)
  • Sam M.

    First of all, I eat a lot of sushi. So take it from me, suki cafe has bad sushi. Even for great falls. Not to mention that it is really overpriced. 8 bucks for a california roll.... really? Worst sushi in town by far. I would recommend Umami downtown.

    (1)
  • Greg B.

    Tried Sukis for the first time. Great food and didn't think the price was too bad. I had the lobster bomb for just under $20. I will return for sure. Service was great as well.

    (4)
  • Alexis B.

    I just went here for the first time after reading the reviews. My experience was just OK but when considering its Montana it makes it a little better. I am from CA and have eaten lots of good sushi before so my standards are high. The 2 of us ordered and split the spider roll, the dancing eel roll and the double spicy tuna roll as well as an order of salmon and scallop nigiri. We both felt that the rolls were way better than the nigiri. The salmon was a very pale color and the chef gave us pretty small portions. The scallops were the worst by far. They were served with about a tablespoon of plain mayonnaise on top. The rolls were pretty big and loaded with stuff. And while neither of us felt they were amazing they certainly were not bad either. The staff here was very nice and the guy I would assume is the owner came and talked to us to make sure our food was good. I would go back and just order rolls next time. Decent for Montana, just don't expect what you would find in other big cities.

    (3)
  • Norman H.

    Great Falls is lacking in restaurants, however, this doesn't excuse this horrible restaurants from being awful and oddly busy. We went on a Sunday. It was moderately packed for a Sunday afternoon. However, it wasn't bad enough to justify the inattentive service. We were sat right away and watched table after table around us having orders taken. We watched three couples around us that came AFTER us give orders. We wanted to leave but couldn't flag someone down to bring a check for drinks. We should have left. The food was awful. Dim Sum appetizers. We expected average but received awful. There was some kind of seafood puff... we couldn't tell what it was. There was some other kind of... tart? puff? It was either pork or vegetable and we couldn't tell. Deep fried tofu. Decent, but how can you mess this up? And... the sushi. Cucumber rolls were decent, but, again, how can you mess that up? Volcano rolls and "Great Falls rolls" were both drizzled in some heavy sauce. It was like mayo. It overpowered the roll so much that you couldn't taste anything else. Plus... it was wildly overpriced. They weren't serving off of their lunch menu because it was a Sunday so we paid nearly $50 for lunch for two. I have had my share of sushi. Sure, Montana has challenges but there is decent sushi in both Helena and Missoula. This was awful. We won't return.

    (1)
  • Drew B.

    This place serves quality, authentic Thai cuisine and decent sushi. Unfortunately, like most restaurants in Great Falls, it is a little overpriced. The ambiance is above average but not perfect. The masman curry and red chicken curry dishes are both outstanding. The spicy tuna and california rolls are pretty decent for Montana. Overall, this is by far the best Thai restaurant in the State. If you are in Great Falls I would highly recommend checking it out.

    (4)

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Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : Yes

Suki Cafe

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