“Good service and good food.”
“Macoroni salad is very good and the have a great selection of sake.”
“. . . this is almost the best Sushi place south of the State Highway 94.”
“Good service and good food.”
“Although the prices might be on the high end, their food is delicious.”
Very Pleased critic!. So, I know I'm not the most pleasant person to deal with at times, but seriously, we get out to be pampered. I had read some less then appealing reviews on Yelp about this place, but decided that I would visit myself. I was greeted by a lady named Isabel, and I'm sure she quickly saw my mood cause she asked me if I was having a good day. I caught myself off guard and notice I did have a bad attitude going in their.She asked if I wanted a drink, and opened me up to a strawberry margarita and gyoza as an appetizer. I had a miso soup to follow & a chipotle roll & spam masubi. I had such a great time, and the service was so great, that I forgot about whatever was bothering me....food was excellent, service superb, and Isabel can serve up a great drink. Yokoz "Yokozuna's" is great in my book!
Boy are you missing out.... I thought I'd take some of these reviews as a grain of salt, and boy am I glad I did. This place is the BOMB. They even have a sushi roll called "The Bomb" that is above and beyond anything I have tasted.They serve this secret green sauce on the side that tastes great with the sushi, and even my wife's teri bowl. All I have to say is that these people are on to something!
Burnt ribs!. Last night we ordered to go got some ribs kilegoin and some sushi! My shrimp tampura roll had a micro sized piece of shrimp in it(I think)but it was mostly a california roll. My ribs were burnt to where you couldn't eat them and my chicken kiligoin was so spicey it made me sick it actually looked like someone acciedently dumped red pepper flakes(the whole bottle) in it! I'm so disappointed! Yokoz isn't Yokozunas anymore! Everything has changed for the worst! Service was even horible! Very sad!
Not REAL Chamorro food. IT'S NOT CALLED "Chamorean" food. It's called CHAMORRO FOOD. And this place is already. It's not really cooked the Chamorro way but the Musubi's are great. Get it right people...we are CHAMORRO not Chamorean.
Second Best Sushi in the "South Bay".
Serving Japanese, Chamorean (the indigionous people of Guam (the furthest west US possession (an unincorporated organized territoy))), Hawiaan, and a smiggen of Filipino food . . . this is almost the best Sushi place south of the State Highway 94.
With well priced Bento Box lunches, a large variety of 'local' sushi's (try "the Bomb" if you like something different with a little spice) to the traditional selection, and a large selection of entrees that are well made, there is definatly something for everyone.
Seating is ample, and there is a Sushi Bar. On TUE they have Kareoke night . . . so you can't say you haven't been warned. Parking is limited.
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