14 Wintonbury Mall, Bloomfield, CT | Directions 0600241.831230 -72.736470
Mon - Thu: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
Sun: 12:30 pm - 10:00 pm
learn to make a martini.... – what is it with the Japanesse places around here? you order a martini, and they look at you like you've just insulted them! look, if you are reading this, a martini, has three olives in it, not 5, not 1, they do not come on the side, unless asked for that way... 3 little words should not be that hard to get, up, dry, olives, that is all... the hibachi is real good, and the sushi is nice, this manhattan transfer is content with it.
Best sushi restaurant in CT!!!! – The sushi is phenominal at this restaurant, best I've eaten. Try the angel roll it's my favorite. The service is great too!! For quality though be prepared to have a bill this restaurant isn't a hamburger stand. Anyone that has eaten good sushi knows it comes with a cost. The atmosphere is very friendly and warm. The consistency is what is really remarkable about this place though!! Tell them Mrs. Katz sent you!!
What's Up? Prices, for one... – When this cute restaurant opened, they were committed to quality and service. A good meal could be had at a good price. These days they're commanding NYC prices for sushi that'd close down a Japanese joint in the Big Apple. I don't expect NYC-quality sushi up here; nor do I expect fish so old and watery it must have been frozen (not delivered fresh). Even the sushi rice needs more seasoning. Finally, nowadays, if your server doesn't understand you (80% of the time) they just run and hide... sometimes never to be seen again. We're not going back.
used to be good...now they nickel and dime – Ginza used to be good, and reasonable and fun. Now the prices are higher, and everything is a surcharge. $2 extra for noodles, $1 for small ice cream. Overall a sad decline into profit focus. Short sited. I won't go back as it is now.
Bigtime Ginza Supporter Feels Slighted – I have been a huge Ginza fan for years but lately the prices have risen and the quality has not. The management is too busy trying to make a profit to realize that the fanbase is dwindling. The manager is too much of a salesman not enough of a businessman. Food is decent at best but location is good and there are not a lot of other choices in the area. Coming from a major city where Asian restaurants dominate the streets, Ginza's hook is the Hibachi tables, which only one other local restaurant has.
Average Sushi – Coming from Atlanta, with Soto and Edo experience, this place was ok. The waitress didn't have a clue when we ordered in Japanese and still didn't understand us when we spoke english. The specialty roll was ok. not worth the $12 we paid. But if you are new to CT (like we are) and are having sushi withdrawls, this is a safe place to eat. Expensive but safe. The manager was wonderful. All in all, the sushi was ok, the eel was somewhat warm, but none of it mouth water, which at these prices, it should be.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!
Do you have a review of Ginza Japanese Restaurant on your blog? If you include the Citysearch image link (shown below) in your post, we'll automatically link to your review from the business profile page. Here's how our Linkback system works:
The Linkback system is free and automatic. It's really that easy.
To link to our business profile page, copy the html below to your web page.