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Posted by Herman on 04/17/2014
I had difficulty paying $10 for a glass of wine. also their chicken teriyaki was a small amount. They need to think about children and maybe have a children's menu. the place was happy and they tried hard to g ive good service. I was very unhappy with their halibut sushi.
Posted by SushiGuy on 03/15/2012
I'm a big Sushi guy. I live near this place and love having it around the corner. It has good fresh sushi. It has a fun atmosphere. The wait staff is young, so sit at the sushi bar if you can. All sushi is pricey - this place is middle of the pack. I'd reco it to friends.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/25/2011
Irori is hands down the best sushi. You can cut the sushi with your chopsticks without an ounce of struggle. The quality is amazing. We love it.
Posted by anonymous on 03/08/2011
I have been going to Irori before it actually became Irori, and it has always been a place for great food. As with most Japanese restaurants, the lunch menu is a lot less expensive than the dinner menu. The lunch boxes they offer are a great deal at $9.50 to $12.50, and offer a lot of different option. The food is always super-fresh, the salad dressing is probably the best in town, and their miso soup is just as well. The atmosphere is very authentic, with beautiful raised wooden floors and nice Japanese ambience. Most of the time, service is good as well, even though they do have their off-days where food is slow to come and waitresses are grumpy. But since the food is always good, and the lunch menu is a really good deal, I am willing to deal with the occasional grumpy waitress.
Posted by LSF on 11/07/2010
Posted by Anonymous on 08/07/2010
We enjoy the ambiance. You remove your shoes before being seated in recessed seating, so it pays to think about what you are wearing. Pencil skirts/ boots/ dirty socks could be embarressing! Food is consistantly good.
Posted by John F on 08/06/2010
I went to this place after reading the reviews on this site. We went there during lunch and the place was pretty busy. I enjoyed having to remove my shoes at the door. After being greeted, two of my friends and I sat at the bar. We ordered three lunch boxes and two large sushi/sashimi assortment plates. The lunch boxes came with miso soup, a side salad, rice, a small amount of cucumber salad, a small amount of bean sprouts, and either one or two entrees (we each got two entrees). It felt like it was a good amount of time before the food came, but we were all very hungry and no one was actually timing, so who knows how long it actually was. When the food came, we had to shuffle things around to make room for all the plates. The food was excellent quality and we all felt full and/or satisfied after eating. The price we paid was on par for what three people would pay for all-you-can-eat sushi for dinner. In summation, the food quality was good, the service was good, the price we paid was nothing unexpected, and the environment was good. Please note that if you're looking for a sushi place with all kinds of crazy rolls, covered in crazy sauces, to satisfy your crazy self, then this is not the place for you or if you're looking for cheap sushi.