Reno >Food & Dining > Sushi Club
294 E Moana Ln Ste 1, Reno, NV | Directions 8950239.492517 -119.793049
Mon-Sat: 11am-10pm, Sun: 11pm-9pm
Neighborhoods: Ward 2
YUK!!" – I just ate at this place and thought it was one of the worst I have tried in town. it was recommended by good friends so we thought it would be worth it. im am so scared to try any sushi joint that I haven't been to and wasting $20. the rice was soggy. the crystal shrimp was stale like they made it yesterday and left it out. the sushi chef was great and had a great personality. I liked the nigiri. decent sized pieces of fish with little rice. I will not return back to sushi club. some friends said maybe you have to go when they are busy so they are constantly making fresh ingredients. I told them that no one should ever use left over ingredients because if its someone's first visit, first impressions are everything.
The best sushi in Reno, especially at night. – I have eaten here many times and I have also eaten at every other Sushi restaurant in Reno besides Oceano. So far, this is the best place. They have recently added new dinner rolls which are amazing. I give this place 5 stars at night and 3 stars at lunch. They must have about 10 rolls that are available only at dinner time and they are all delicious. The Godzilla and Mountain rolls are my favorite, but they are only availiable at dinner.
I didn't like it – I went to Sushi Club because my Chinese friends told me that this sushi restaurant was really popular to eat sushi. But the sushi wasn't that good. I'm Japanese and I've always wanted to find a good sushi restaurant that I can actually enjoy eating sushi in Reno. But this restaurant served sushi that I couldn't even say that it was good. I didn't know what kind of rice they used for sushi rice. But it didn't taste good at all. And the fish used for sushi wasn't fresh. I was very disappointed. But all my Chinese friends liked to eat sushi there because of the casual atmosphere at this restaurant.
Anyways, I don't think I want to go back to eat sushi at this restaurant because if they can't even make sushi rice correctly, how can I enjoy eating sushi?
Best Sushi in Town – Although always crowded, it's worth the wait! Prices are very reasonable, the service is usually quick and the sushi is delicious. If you are a frequent visitor, I recomend becoming a club member.
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