Denver >Food & Dining > Sushi Han
1512 Lawrence St, Denver, CO | Directions 8020239.747764 -104.997570
Neighborhoods: Northwest Denver, Central Business District (CBD), Central Business District
Okay food, hard to get to. not worth effort... – It was Asian. Yea....lackluster yeah. Bathrooms were in disarray. Food was ok, but not very common place, nor very inventive. Not alot of wiggle room for people with dietary concerns. Sushi was ok, not spectacular. Overall, not worth the time/ efffort/ or $.
Wow! Great Sushi – My husband and I dropped in for lunch. We are long term fans of the other popular Sushi place in town and we dont settle for "okay" Sushi. Each bite of this Sushi was delicious and great. We even spent time talking to the owner who was warm and hospitable. We tried multiple rolls and traditional nigiri such as tuna, salmon and yellow tale. We also had an amazing mussel dish. It's great to know Denver has such great options for the Sushi lovers living in a land locked state! Great work Sushi Han--you've been around 20 years and we know why!!!
Horrible Customer Service.... – We stopped in on a whim... the place wasn't very busy, now i know why. There was no one at the host table to seat us, a young woman came out of the back but did not help us, finally we got a spot at the end of the sushi bar. A couple arrived minutes after us and were promptly given seats next to us, it was pretty obvious they knew the owners. Before our waitress had even greeted us or brought water, the couple next to us already had their food!!! We waited about 20 minutes without being helped, and we should have walked out at that point. When our sushi order finally came, we weren't given dishes for our soy sauce, and they messed up our order at that point we sent back the items that were wrong ate what we could. We had already wasted so much time there we didn't have time to go anywhere else. It was absolutely absurd to watch the people next to us being given salads that weren't on the menu while chatting up the sushi chef while we were IGNORED!!! There is GREAT sushi in Denver but my advise would be:STEER CLEAR OF THIS PLACE AND THEIR INATTENTIVE STAFF. (unless you have time and money to waste... doubt it....)
Not bad for downtown, but certainly not the best. Better then Sonoda's! – So being as I live only a block away from Sushi Han, I felt an obligation to give it a try after having a disappointing experience at Sonoda's at 16th and Market last time. I had read some of the other reviews here and saw things ranging from WOW to WORST sush ever. A friend and I decided to give it a try for ourselves today. We went in around noon and were promptly seated. I had read things about the service being slow so I made sure to make our presence known. Inside the decor was nice and seemed elegant and clean.
We ended up ordering some crab tempura as an appetizer which looked good but was small in portion size. Saigon Bowl has one that is a billionty times better. Next up was a philly roll which was creamy and smooth. Followed by a spicy tuna and yellowtail cone, It seemed that the spice was way too much and instead of complimenting it, actually took away from any flavor the sushi had. Last and best, was the Dragon Roll. The eel, crab, and avocado complimented each other well, and it was good to end the meal on a somewhat positive note. Overall the food was decent and the service was ok, I might give it one more try if I wanted somewhere close. Otherwise I would seek out Sushi Sasa or Sushi Den if i wanted to go someplace father away for a better experience.
worst sushi in denver – i love sushi and this places makes whole foods sushi seem like a sushi lovers dream. overpriced and terrible fish. If you like this place you have never eaten good sushi. dont go save yourself the heartache..All i have to say is they serve KRAB..yummy..not really!
Best Sushi in Colorado – Tam and his coworkers are amazing at what they do!!! If you want a family owned restaurant to enjoy, you should definately check it out - You can always go somewhere else that is over advertised and underated thats up to you. Coodo's to you Sushi Han my favorite restaurant in Denver...
Strange everything – There are many other sushi places to check out. The atmosphere was cheap, the service terribly slow, unattentive and uninterested in getting a tip. The sushi was nothing to brag about, and pricing did not fit the lackluster quality. Sushi Den is a wiser choice.
ok sushi, good service – I went with a couple of friend for a pre-comedy show dinner.
The selection was ok. None of the rolls were anything out the ordinary.
The spicy tuna roll was more like the citrus tuna roll. No spice.
Eel was just ok. (which was too bad since it had great color!)
White tuna had a nice taste to it.
The edamame was a very generous portion with a nice amount of salt.
Service was good and the waitress was pleasant. She appeared when we needed her so that was a plus.
They did tend to wait till most of our sushi was ready before serving. Since we had ordered a lot that could have been disastrous, but luckily they were moving pretty quickly.
The decor is neat, and the hidden in the corner location is always fun.
I agree that there are other better locations, and it was pretty pricey!
Unexpectedly good and affordable – Small, but pretty nice inside with very affordable prices. Service was a little bit slow but worth the wait for the California rolls!
Pleasantly Surprised – My girlfriend and I went to Sushi Han for her birthday. We were a little apprehensive about going given some of the negative reviews on this site. Fortunately, we had a wonderful experience. We found the service to be excellent and the prices to be very reasonable. We had several different rolls and a bottle of wine and walked out with a bill of about $55.
I had also read that the quality of the food was nothing special. I would say that it is just as good as any where else in the Denver area. We have frequented Sushi Den, which is often regarded to be the place to get sushi in Denver, for the last time. Sushi Han has a better atmosphere, is great for a date, and the quality of the sushi is better than average. The shrimp tempura and spicy salmon were excellent. The spicy tuna, my favorite, left a little to be desired. It would also be nice if they had a website. Nevertheless, we will be going back when it comes time for sushi!
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