On another visit, sweet & sour sauce was provided and when I requested tempura dipping sauce, the staff person said to use the sweet & sour sauce or the soy sauce already on the table, or whatever I want to do. This statement just gives Chinese and Japanese food a bad name, mixing and matching and either ignorant or worst don't care. The tempura batter was too thick. I asked our waitress about the dragon roll that I didn't want it spicy, she said it's not spicy and it came very spicy, I complained and it was taken off the bill, but it shouldn't have been made spicy when I requested it up front.
The overall quality isn't bad, atmosphere is good, service is rather poor attitude for presenting sweet & sour sauce with the shrimp tempura and the response to a request for tempura dipping sauce. Street parking and credit cards are accepted.Monday-Friday 11am-9:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 12pm-9:30pm
January 1, 2006
From journal JNU