by Jackson Inklebarger on
This place is awful and somehow always packed. People say it used to be good, but for the past 2 years it has not been at all. Literally the worst service in atlanta. Ive been here 4 or 5 times for birthday party's etc because friends want to eat here and then go out in buckhead. The location is the only good thing about it. The food is not really Japanese it is like this random mix of things, many of which are fried, and well it is the south... The sushi smells fishy I can not bring myself to even try it there. The noodle bowls lack flavor and again its like a waffle house version of what noodle soup would be, also no bento box's for lunch...im just not impressed with this place at all. I wouldn't go there if it were of my own volition.
by Jennifer C P. on
I felt like I was in New York (my second favorite city) once I walked into the slick, sheik venue. Once I removed my heels and "climbed into bed", the five perfectly sized courses dazzled my tastebuds! The night I am reviewing (I have been there 5 times) boasted a wonderfully young, lithe opera singer who clearly has dance experience. The vallet parking makes wearing my best dress and skyscraper heels a breeze. This sheik place is definitely worth visiting for a nice treat that I will continue to repeat!
by Tod Peight on
Look, you take this place for what it is: Somehwere to get f-ed up off of scorpion bowls and drink beers out of a plastic cup as you watch some hardcore, gully gangstas yo, mix with Harvard students, mix with townies, mix with ugly Wellesely girls looking to get their MRS degrees. GO have a $12 martini somewhere "trendy" if that is your scene and stay the hell away from here....This place is ill, son! Holla at me!