great american sushi. not too fond of service, but this is a signature music city sushi restaurant. the food is well thought out and relatively well executed but the rice can be too sticky. half the time you don't know you're eating sushi because the flavor is masked by what's on the fish, but it is a nice reprieve. if you want true sushi go for the nigiri not the rolls. you know nashville is becoming little hollywood when places like this show up. overall, recommended becauseit is flavorful but be prepared to pay for it.
Hands down Best Sushi. Hands down the best sushi in Nashville. No where else compares. The other dishes are just as good also.
Don't come for lunch--Horrible service!. I never even got the opportunity to taste the sushi. My waitress forgot to put the order in!! After trying my chicken "teriyaki" meal (which was boiled chicken pieces seasoned with a little salt = GROSS) we had to flag our waitress down and ask her to check on the sushi (which she never did). Finally, the manager came to see if we needed boxes and we told her we never received our sushi roll. She checks and come to tell us that (after 45 min.) they are finally preparing it. In short, my experience at "sushi"-yobi sucked. Well, at least the "yobi" part did.
Real Fusion Resturaunt - Will Not Leave Hungry. Excellent variety of items from menu from salads to green tea ice cream. Daily specials are great value and variety - may be to much food for small eater. Speciality shushi rolls made to order and even my "special request" were honored with no grumbling. Terrific for lunch and casual dinner. I nevered felt hurried or pushed out the door with a waitress with a check in hand. Always a fun stop with out of town visitors to show them Music Circle area and a real Nashville fusion spot.
Best shushi selection in Nashville. Great variety - shushi masters will even make special orders if not reall busy. No kids meals listed but fried chicken strips and fried rice are always kid favorites. Great food and dining experience. Nice to know locally owned and managed - not some cookie cutter chain.
Consistent food. We work a short walk from Sushiyobi and go there very often. I find the lunch to be quick and consistent. When I am craving tempura or Philly rolls - this is the place to go. The service can be questionable but usually for lunch they are quick. It is pricey for lunch but worth it. With so many sushi restaurants popping up in Nashville, I find Sushiyobi to be one of the better ones around.
Worst Experience Ever!!. This has to be my worst restaurant experience ever. It all started from the moment we sat down at 8:00pm. The service was way below average. After 20 minutes of never being greeted, the server finally came over to take our drink orders. 15 minutes after that, we had to remind the server to bring us our drinks. All we ordered were waters! Finally, we were able to order our food. The majority of our party ordered sushi. After a 1 hour and 45 minute total wait time, we still hadn't received our meal. By the time the food was even ready, we were forced to leave due to lack of time. I never even had the chance to taste what they had to offer. Never again will I step foot anywhere near this restaurant! Not even out of curiosity. The manager was rude, the water sucked, and the service was awful. Ugh!!
mmmm...great sushi!. Sushi Yobi has excellent food- better than many of the other local sushi restaurants. However, you will end up paying a little more for it. I think it's worth it though for the really fresh fish and unique rolls. They have a very nice patio if weather permits.
Tucked into a row of shops and restaurants, this stylish, casual spot offers tasty sushi and friendly service..
Exposed brick walls, plenty of booths and an open sushi bar create an inviting atmosphere at this local favorite. Lunchtime on weekdays draws lots of nearby workers, especially on sunny afternoons when the front patio is open. The menu features sashimi, noodles and inventive fusion rolls, such as the Music Circle roll with eel, crab, salmon and avocado. Another popular treat is the ice cream tempura, which is rolled in sponge cake and fried.
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