I can see why people love this place, but for me it certainly did not meet expectations. My entire issue was with their Teriyaki sauce. It was on everything, and I really didn't like it. It had a very unique flavor to it, and i can see if you love the sauce, why you'd love this place. I got the salmon and it was cooked very well. It did take like 45 minutes to get my food, so be prepared for that.
This is my FAVORITE restaurant in Ogden. It's a cute little house and there are usually only 2 people working, so you have to realize it might take a little time to get your food. That being said, it's definitely worth the wait. I usually get the Tonkatsu and that feeds me for 2 meals. The food is authentic and the amount of food they give is worth the price. 10/10 would recommend.
One of the most authentic Japanese restaurants I've been to outside of Japan, I can't recommend this small mom and pop eatery highly enough. The major difference between here and an identical spot Japan would be the portion sizes. I'd suggest ordering only one item from the menu. My first visit here I ordered the Katsudon and a rainbow roll, both of which provided leftovers. If you are a fan of Japanese food, make the effort to eat here - it'll be worth the trip
Best pho around no doubt! The pork sandwiches are very delicious also! I didn't have to wait long for the food, but the service could be better, the staff seems inexperienced and awkward.
The food is good, not overly great. Not necessarily a bad thing. Spring Rolls are very good, better than some other places that I have been to. At the same time the pho is not overly complicated, not bland. Just not as much stuff in it as I am use to in other pho places. At the same time the flavor is just as good as these other places. The off set is that there is a better quantity of noodles here, which makes the meal. For a quick fix at a decent price this is the place to go.
Amazing food the food is fresh everything is done correctly the Vietnamese food is by far amazing all of the dishes are done fantastically not much on the Decour but besides that really happy to have eaten there. I would definitely come back over and over and over again .
Such a cute little place! The service is always wonderful, and the place is always nice and clean. It may not bea typical sushi restaurant in its decor, but it's a nice place to have casual lunch or dinner. The rolls are a really good deal, they are a little smaller than what I am used to(which is why there are four stars) but still yummy and well priced. I don't there there are any rolls over $10. I haven't tried the entrees, but I heard that they are good. If you go, try ANY of the spicy rolls, yum!
If you're a serious sushi fan you'll love this place. Start off with the hot saki then go down the menu with what ever suits your fancy. Even the ginger is super succulent and so fresh you'll eat it for desert. Definitely try the dynamite roll. My only complaint is that the place is so tight with tables that a quiet conversation is almost impossible.
Excellent bento boxes and if you go before 3:30 they are just $7. Great salad and sushi. Service is great. Amazing for such a little place.
Very disappointing and negative experience re service, server and "management" at this location. Visited evening of 12/26 w/our son, his wife and 3 grandsons as we were in town and taking them out to dinner. My adult son's salad was brought to the table and he asked the female who served it about our appetizer which had not arrived. She said she'd check on it and returned saying it would be out in a few minutes at which time my son said never mind as the order clearly hadn't been put in and it had been some time since we'd ordered so hopefully our meals would be out soon. No utensils were ever brought to the table and eventually my husband got up and found some in a bin around the corner from our table. Hadn't seen our server, Bashar, in a very long time which lapses continued throughout the meal. 2 kids' meals were brought out for two of my grandsons and not for the 3rd one who had ordered one as well. Eventually Bashar found his way back to our table and said sorry about the appetizer but when questioned about our food not having come yet but the 2 boys' had he said that's the way Texas Roadhouse does it and most parents want it that way so they always do it that way unless you request otherwise. We all commented we had never had that happen at that or any other location and he said that's the way it always is. My adult son said we wouldn't be back and Bashar said he was sorry and a short time later a young male employee came to the table and said he'd give us a free appetizer next time we come in. No idea who he was as he never identified himself and appeared to be another young server or host. He said it's "industry practice" to deliver kids' meals before parent/adult meals and that it's also the practice at Texas Roadhouse. I mentioned my middle grandson had ordered off the kids' menu as well and he had no comment about that other than "oh". Our food and my middle grandson's food eventually came out after our other two grandson's had finished their meal. My husband and I dine out frequently for personal and business purposes and this was a new low at any restaurant of any kind. We were visiting the Ogden area and while we had dined at this location without incident one time last month when we were there we will not return due to the experience we had last week. Can only assume this incident is due to poor employee selection, training or management . Both of my adult children worked as servers for many years as teens and young adults and agreed this was/is completely unacceptable and an issue for management to address.
Never had a bad meal here. They also do military discounts.
This was a great steak experience. My dinner was prepared exactly as I ordered, medium rare and th e11 oz. steak was enough for lunch the next day. Great salad & sweet potato as well. We'll go here again!
Dunkin' Donuts...what does the name imply? Donuts, right? I happened to be making a trip to Ogden on a Saturday around 3:00. I thought I'd pick up some donuts for my family and a few for myself. When I went inside the store I saw 2 powdered sugar covered jelly filled donuts and a handful of chocolate Munchkins. Thinking that they had the rest of the donuts in the back I asked for 6 glazed donuts. I was told that they all the donuts they had were what was on display. I asked how long before they had more donuts coming out. I was told that they didn't make their donuts onsite, they were sent up from the 4th S store in SLC. I left and will never return to this store. I can't believe they don't bake and fry their own donuts in store. Getting their donuts shipped in isn't any different than buying them at the grocery store. Totally disappointed
I am writing this review from the dining area. Service today was very lacking. The employee that rang us up looks dirty and her shirt is hanging open under her apron leaving just enough trashiness to the imagination. Between us all we ordered a vanilla bean frappe, a dozen donuts, a chicken croissant sandwich and a latte. I threw my frappe in the trash. It was gross and tasted like it was more sugar than anything else. We also threw away half the apple fritter as it tasted old, greasy and over fried. The latte was actually drinkable. Not the best but drinkable.
Not very impressed . The coffees I have tried are gross and their doughnuts are equally as gross. I really don't see what all the fuss is about.