Kiku Sushi

(425) 556-9600

13112 Ne 20th St, Bellevue, WA | Directions   98005

47.628811 -122.165498

Open Hours

Lunch:(Mon-Sat) 11:30 to 2pm

Dinner:(Mon-Sat) 5pm-9:30pm

 
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Reviews for Kiku Sushi

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

My boss recommended this place. WOW! This is the real deal! Truly authentic taste and huge Spider sushi roll! Going to try their Happy Hour soon. The hand rolls look enticing!

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

New Management inferior food – This WAS one of my favorite places to eat, but they have lost both their best chefs when they changed locations and product.

It is now an average asian place where the food is prepared by non-asians. They have a Mexican style spicey chicken. I think they are trying to appeal to everyone and making lest then average food as a result.

This is really disappointing. Where has Yoshi (Chef) gone to? Find him and I'll find his great food.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

worst server ever – This restaurants is SUSHI is Ok.

But They have Chinese family servers is worst,

They are no fare service.

If you did,t put 20%+ TIP

They come to ask me reason to row tip.

That place is not fancy restaurant like 20%+TIP

and not good service like a 20%+TIP

They are too much piggy about tip

I never come back again!!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

best sushi ever! – I have been to Kiku sushi many times and I love everything about it. Their food is inexpensive as far as sushi goes and it always tastes really fresh. Service is good; try sitting at the sushi bar for a fun chat with the sushi chefs. At happy hour, the prices are very reasonable. Try the spicy tuna hand roll or the gyoza. Kiku rolls are great too, even though they are huge!! Excellent atmosphere

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Sushi is ok...not the cook food – Have not been to this place for a while and kind of in the area so give it a try. The sushi is still good. But the cook dish is no longer authenticated Japanese style. I was a bit disappointed in that. I think the owners have changed hands and and it is now run by Chinese. The bento box nowadays have some sort of chop sui (in the old days they were fried fish cake with Japaese dipping sauce) and the terriyaki tastes like soy sauce chicken. If you are going for sushi, I think the ingredients is still pretty good. At least the tuna piece I had today very nice. If you are going for cook food, expect the taste is a mix of chinese + japanese..

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Difficult for lunch – I have had good service here, and have also had horrendous service while trying to eat here at lunch. Depending on who you get as your server, you can expect to have your food in a reasonable amount of time, or have to remind them that in fact you did actually place an order for food. This uncertainty forces me to give a below average review overall.

The sushi chefs are good, and the food is also good, again with the caveat being that they only make what your server actually tells them to.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Spider Rolls – If you've never had a spider roll, this is the place to try it. They are delicious and HUGE!!! Another good one to try is the Caterpillar Roll. Excellent food, but try to get there by 11am, the place is packed at noon.

Recommends
4.5
over a year ago

homestyle japanese – Don't forget to check out the pink menu insert which has a lot of japanese comfort food. The sushi is great and reasonably priced compared to its Seattle counterparts and the food is flavorful with friendly service. Pick up some groceries next door at Uwajimaya for home and you're set.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Yeah Baby! – I am a sushi novice, but when the sushi chef keeps the dragon roll coming I love it. The sushi is to die for and the chef is Master Hara from I Love Sushi in Bellevue.

 

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