Best Sushi Anywhere!. Taki is Hermitage's best kept secret -- but not for long!! I've been eating sushi all over this town for the past 14 years. I lived in California for 10 years and had sushi all over that state...my band has been in Japan...and I'm from the northeast. Taki has spoiled me to the point that I can't go to any other sushi bar! It's simply the best I've ever had. First of all, it's the freshest sushi -- the pieces are bigger than anywhere -- there are few places you can go and get uni, giant clam and other seldom seen varieties -- and Jack , the sushi chef has got to be one of the most knowledgeable, personable chef's I've ever met. Not to mention the warmth you feel from his wife Kate! Try it -- I guarantee you'll love it!
Best Sushi South of The Mason Dixon Line!. The best sushi in the city can be found in an unassuming strip mall nestled next to a check cashing business and across from a Dairy Queen. Do not be fooled - my husband and I have had sushi in San Francisco, LA, NY, Miami, London, and Scotland - this place beats them all! The setting features lots of wood with tables that seat 4 (but can be moved to accomodate larger parties) and stools around the sushi bar. The waitresses are helpful, the service prompt, and the food is always fresh, fresh, fresh! There's no music so great conversations rule - that is if you can talk between sampling all the great sushi choices. We've been at least 10 times since Taki opened this summer and each time is better than the last - here's hoping this hiddden treasure stays in Hermitage for years to come!!!
:-(. It's not the worst, but it's definitely not what it used to be. We used to go to Taki weekly. The owners knew our faces and some of our favorite menu items. Now our favorite items have been changed for the worst. Even the ginger is dissappointing. :-(
Secret Sushi. The best sushi in Nashville happens to be in Hermitage. The small, modestly priced Taki produces delicious sushi. If Nashville weren't landlocked I would swear they get their fish fresh daily. The service is efficient, friendly and unobtrusive. Don't let the bland strip mall location sway you, inside is a real treat.
Surprisingly good. I was pleasantly surprised by the ambiance of this restaurant. Upon first glance of the rugged exterior, it is hard to imagine the pearl from within. I was impressed with the fact that this restaurant felt less Americana then its Shogun counterpart! I highly recommend this lunch location to the business professional!
A hidden sushi treasure.
Best sushi in town. No lie, I've tried many places in Nashville and several have been good, some better than others, but this place simply has the best, most fresh sushi I've had to date. The decor is exactly what you'd want for a sushi bar and the owners behind it obviously love what they do and it shows in the quality of their food preparation. The noodle soups are delicious as well. I have the fortune of living nearby, but if you do not it is worth the drive.
Unfortunately saki is not available but they do have a samll selection of beers from which to choose.
Best Sushi in town. Taki Sushi is a great place to enjoy an artful presentation of delicious native Japanese cuisine. If you are among the many people now eating mindfully, you will enjoy the experience of Taki; where your fresh Sashimi arrives designed as attractive flowers served on water (beautiful glass trays) with smooth, substantial chopsticks. The Bento Lunch Boxes are generous and the Sushi is worth the trip to Hermitage (on Old Hickory Blvd at I-40 east).
Great Sushi!. From the outside, Taki doesn't look that great, but once you enter, its a whole different world. The decor inside is relaxing, but small. Its busy friday nights and you may have wait, but its worth it. They have great sushi and a full menu. They have the best crunchy shrimp rolls I've ever had. They have very low price lunch specials too. I would highly recomend this resturant!
This unexpectedly beautiful restaurant in an unassuming strip mall brings Japanese cuisine to Hermitage, right off 1-40's Old Hickory exit..
Walking into this small restaurant is a bit of a shock: The exterior is the most ho-hum of strip malls, but the interior is a painstakingly produced retreat. Tall antique-style lanterns stand inside the door, and light wooden walls surround several tables and a sushi bar. Local professionals gather for lunch or to celebrate special occasions in the evening. The menu includes plenty of sushi, sashimi, teriyaki and tempura options, as well as noodle dishes.
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