Sushi Japanese Restaurant Manchester - reader comments
expensive for the standard of food we were served. Over
priced fast food."
- john hunter, manchester 26/5/08 (visited on a wednesday lunchtime)
was a very good restaraunt, but I had to
wait a while for service. Food excellent,
however, portions could of been bigger for price
or had a lower price."
- natalie, crewe 6/2/08 (visited on a saturday lunchtime)
to the likes of Sapporo in Castlefield and New Samsi on Whitworth
Street, Yo Sushi is nothing more than a 'McDonalds' in the
sushi world. For quick healthy, tasty and reasonably priced
food however, there's not many better places to eat whilst
out shopping. Being in the basement of Selfridges does it
no favours as you feel like your eating in the staff canteen
- it's also confusing as to what you're supposed
to do unless a waitress explains. Unlike many sushi restaurants with
the conveyor belt system however, the impressive menu clearly states
the price of each dish travelling past (from just £1.50 upto
£5). It also allows you to order other dishes that you don't
see before you."
- neil, manchester 16/7/07 (visited on a thursday lunchtime)
Sushi restaurant in the basement of Selfridges. Has a brilliant
selection of Sushi and other dishes which can be cooked to
order or plucked off the conveyor belt. Prices are really
good, so if you just fancy a quick snack or if you've never
sampled Sushi it's not going to break the bank.
The only complaint that we had was that we ordered the sparking water,
which comes from a tap at your seat, all you can drink, however it
had lost some of it's fizz and wasn't cold as you would expect. When
we advised the waitress that it was tepid and asked for some ice we
were told that they don't have any, strange for a sushi restaruant
really but never mind!
I think this is really worth a visit, great experience
and even if you don't like the thought of uncooked fish there are
plenty of cooked dishes to try out"
- nick, stockport 24/4/07 (visited on a saturday lunchtime)