Yelpers report this location has closed. Find a similar spot. 5.8 miles away from Reikyu Sushi & Bar Rachel R. said"Again, my reviews in the past of this particular Outback restaurant have been fairly low. The reason for the low stars have included poor service, overcooked steaks, and sometimes extremely poor food quality. It had gotten to the…"read more Kenneth J. said"I'm writing this review as I'm eating. That's how fast I felt my opinion needed to be shared. I ordered the Chicken Pad Thai, the Chicken Thai Fried Rice, and the Tofu Pad See Ew. First, I'd call the Pad See Ew, Pad See Yum ... if I…"read more Got a question about Reikyu Sushi & Bar? Ask the Yelp community! See 1 question for Reikyu Sushi & Bar Your trust is our top concern, so businesses can't pay to alter or remove their reviews. Learn more. Start your review of Reikyu Sushi & Bar. I work near by and after a long day, my friend and I were craving sushi. We got out at 9:30 and saw that they closed at 10, we know better then to stay past 10 so we walked in and ordered quickly. Our waitress was Kay (spelling?) and was the sweetest girl I've ever received service from, possibly even met. She was so attentive and interested in our business. Our waters never ended up empty, which is usually what happens when it's the end of the night and people are trying to get out. We ordered four rolls to share plus edamame with a side of spicy sauce. The edamame arrived first, lightly salted but not overwhelmingly so. The spicy sauce resembled sriracha but ended up tasting way better! Our rolls arrived shortly after and we were starving, so it was perfect. We shared the spicy yellow tail, spicy salmon, Kota roll and another whose name has slipped my mind. I loved them all! Typically when I order a variety of rolls, I'm not in love with all of them but that wasn't the case here.
Review: Reikyu Sushi & Bar. Peek inside the lofty lofts on the upper floors of Mockingbird Station while you sip sake and chopstick your way through a rainbow ... Peek inside the lofty lofts on the upper floors of Mockingbird Station while you sip sake and chopstick your way through a rainbow roll. BY JENNIFER CHININIS PUBLISHED IN D MAGAZINE JULY 2006 There’s something to be said for dinner with a view, and the sights don’t get much better from here. From your perch on wide blond booths, you can “peek” inside the lofty lofts on the upper floors of Mockingbird Station while you sip sake and chopstick your way through a rainbow roll. Oh, and your fellow diners ain’t bad, either: SMU girls in their Greek tees and Gucci bags, young couples on double-date night, and good-looking singles just catching up. The food, you ask? So far, so good, although we did have a bit of a service problem one night, which led to our sushi sitting for too long at the counter. Otherwise we’ve been pleased with the standout rolls, blackboard specials, and the long list (seven rolls, seven sushi!) of vegetarian options. Carpaccio de Japon was a memorable starter, with strips of paper-thin beef in a spicy soy garlic vinaigrette and a lively bed of greens with sliced fresh ginger and mango. Of the fish, we loved the clean taste of the yellowtail best, recommended by our server as super fresh that night. Any service bumps were forgiven after a couple of Kirin Lights and some excellent people-watching—inside and out. Get contact information by Reikyu Sushi & Bar. Governor Abbott Reopens Texas on May 1 Today In Dumb, Stupid Things You Should Not Do During a Pandemic (Or Otherwise)
MARK STUERTZ | JANUARY 25, 2008 | 4:00AM The day Mark Lee opened Reikyu Sushi in Mockingbird Station five years ago he had $500 burning a hole in his business account. That was after he blazed through an $80,000 dad loan and the $180,000 bank loan he leveraged through Dad's seed money. Back then he was 20 years old. Now 25 and master of the 12-step plan to success through balls-to-the-wall undercapitalization, Lee premieres his sequel: Okada Japanese Steakhouse in McKinney. Innovation No. 1: the sushi-cocktail bar where you can watch master chefs carve and rice-up your clams while bartenders jet fuel your sake-tinis. Innovation No. 2: hip hibachi. "Usually you walk into a hibachi restaurant, it's real tacky," Lee says. "Here, we don't have any chairs. We have benches going around." WE BELIEVE LOCAL JOURNALISM IS CRITICAL TO THE LIFE OF A CITY Engaging with our readers is essential to the Observer's mission. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Dallas's stories with no paywalls. Patrick Colombo's (Ferre Ristorante) big year: Drop a Crú wine bar this April in the Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm development in Allen; add a second Crú in Austin this March; cue up another Crú in Denver come May. Add this: Shape up Steel Restaurant & Lounge (Colombo's Restaurant Works Inc. manages Steel on behalf of investor Mike Chen, founder of Kirin Court Chinese restaurant) after its lackluster November opening in Atlanta. "It certainly hasn't been the reception we get in Dallas," he admits...Door-to-door Mad Dog: U.S. District Judge Sidney Fitzwater ruled last week in Dallas that Texas regulations barring direct wine shipments to Lone Star consumers from out-of-state wine merchants was unconstitutional. Sarasota, Florida, retailer Siesta Village Market and Dallas resident Ken Travis teamed to sue Texas regulators in March 2006 alleging Texas laws permitting in-state retailers to sell and ship wine to consumers while prohibiting out-of-state retailers from doing the same was discriminatory and hence violated the interstate commerce clause. This is on top of a 2005 U.S. Supreme Court decision stipulating that no state can bar shipments from out-of-state wine producers to consumers for the purpose of protecting in-state competitors...Chef Mickie Crockett is out of the kitchen at Trader Vic's. She turned in her pink chef's coats and shoes to be general manager of Consilient Restaurants' The Porch. "Actually, she wanted to be a general manager here, but we had more of a need for a chef," Trader Vic's operator Rusty Fenton says.
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... much better from here. The food, you ask? We're pleased with the standout rolls, blackboard specials, and the long list (seven rolls, seven sushi!) of vegetarian ... There’s something to be said for dinner with a view, and the sights don’t get much better from here. The food, you ask? We’re pleased with the standout rolls, blackboard specials, and the long list (seven rolls, seven sushi!) of vegetarian options. Let this restaurant know you found them on D Magazine's Online Directories. READ MORE ABOUT REIKYU SUSHI & BAR
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