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By: Angela G.
Musashi Japanese Restaurant
Pleasant experience once you get past the entry. In need of updating! Service & food good for the money spent. Bathroom in poor shape also!
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By: Linda F.
A I Sushi & Grill
Awesome Habachi Cook, Austin! Food tastes great and a great show also. Can't wait to go back. I recommend the sushi also.
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By: Connolly F.
Makino Sushi Buffet
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By: S L.
Nara Sushi and Grill
Absolutely Fabulous, the best place to eat in the whole city. On the west side, between Old Colorado City and Manitou Springs, This Sushi is an Art form. The very best I've ever had in the USA. SL
By: Judy T.
Banh Mi Viet
Good place to get banh mi and super good... Food amazing... Wish it was closer to me in fountain so i can go everyday...
By: Cody S.
Jun Japanese Restaurant
SUSHI CHEFS BEWARE. Do not work here. Jun is a nice gut but full of greed. You can work here for 10 years and he may never talk to you about a raise. His senior employee Kris is a total @$$hole he constantly makes attempts to intimidate coworkers and even customers, I have even witnessed him assault another employee in the kitchen simply for "no respecting him" and not a word was said to him about a possible termination. When I brought up the idea of a raise from getting paid 8.30 an hour to possible 9.50 I was told he would tell me he would cut my hours damn near in half. Forget this place.
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By: Nicole A.
Tomo Sushi
I had a really good experience at Tomo. Our waiter was very friendly, and the food was REALLY good!
By: Jay G.
Tokyo Joe’s
I always enjoy eating at Tokyo Joe's for a fast, yet healthy, meal at a fair price. Their staff members at this location are always welcoming and friendly. I've never had an issue with my order. They really strive for customer satisfaction at this location.
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By: Rosemary B.
U-like - Sushi, Grill, Buffet
Great food, wonderful staff, good price. You need to try it. The best oriental food I have tasted here in Colorado Springs, we are taking out of town guests here. The manger is so friendly and the waiter and waitress are so helpful and friendly also, quick to remove dirty dishes and refill drinks.
By: Brittany B.
This is the 3rd time I've ordered from Fujiyama, but it will definitely be the last. I absolutely will not be going back, and neither will anyone else from our office. This restaurant has displayed the worst customer service I have seen in quite some time, not to mention the poor quality of the food.We called in to place a total of 5 separate orders for carryout. Nothing special or out of the ordinary. We were told all orders would be ready for pickup in 25 minutes. My coworker and I drove to pick up the food, and ended up arriving about 35 minutes after our phone order was placed. We waited an additional 15 minutes for our food to be brought out by the hostess. She then shrugged and said to us, "You can take everything out of the bags and check your order if you'd like. But I double checked, so..."I suppose the long wait had made us impatient, because we just chose to trust her "double checking" our food and left the restaurant. After getting through the downtown traffic to arrive back at our office, we opened the bags to discover that all of the items were unlabeled. After literally having to reference the restaurant's menu for pictures to determine what each roll was, we discovered several issues. First, a $19 order of sashimi from the lunch menu was so unfortunately small, it looked as if it was comprised of leftover scrap cuts of fish from a recently assembled roll, then thrown into a decorative circle on a fake leaf. None of us had ever seen an order of sashimi like this. It was not worth the "lunch special" price, let alone what they'd charge during evening hours. Second, the rice on which the sashimi was supposed to be served was missing, along with 2 orders of edamame.My coworker and I took the order of sashimi with us, along with all receipts, and drove back to the restaurant. I walked up to the hostess and explained the issues we had with our orders. She just nodded, took the box of sashimi to the back of the restaurant, and did not return for another 15 minutes (leaving several arriving groups waiting to be greeted at the front-all other staff ignored them). In the meantime, I walked over to the bar and asked the bartender if there was a manager available for me to speak with about the situation. She pointed to someone on her cell phone behind the bar, and said she could speak with me shortly.By the time the manager hung up her phone, the hostess was walking up front with 2 bags. She told us the missing orders of edamame and miso soup were included, along with the rice for the sashimi order. There was no apology for the inconvenience, offer for refund or discount, comped rolls, or even a simple thank you for coming to Fujiyama.I then asked if that was the proper serving portion for the $19 sashimi lunch (which we saw through the bags she brought up front, still in its original plastic box, untouched). She responded with, "It's because tuna and salmon are expensive, so we can't give you anymore."There was not even an ounce of ownership on the restaurant's part for the mistakes that had been made with our order. I turned around to track down the manager from behind the bar, but she had long run off to the back of the restaurant. My coworker and I decided to leave, since we were obviously getting nowhere.When I finally got back to my office to eat my lunch, my Spider roll was so disappointing I threw half of it in the trash. Really poor experience with Fujiyama. Considering this is their downtown location, you would think they'd be able to handle group orders, lunch rush, etc. I guess that's not the case.

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