55 Pine St, Providence, RI | Directions 0290341.823034 -71.409615
Monday From 05:00 PM To 10:00 PM Tuesday To Thursday From 11:30 AM To 10:00 PM Friday From 11:30 AM To 11:00 PM Saturday To Sunday From 05:00 PM To 11:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Downtown Providence
where are my socks? – My best girl brought me to this place while in town for a show. Funny enough, it was around 6 PM on a week night, we called Ruths Chris 1st, but they couldnt seat us till 9 PM.
At Ten Prime, we walked in and were escorted right to a table and were welcomed with an immediate drink order.
I ate just about 1 of everything. The sashimi was out of this world! The steak was perfect and priced as a perfect steak should be. The hollandaise that came out with the flight of sauces made me more then happy.
We ate and ate and were there forever! Drinks were spot on (since I usually travel with a martini nazi) everything at the table was kept fresh. Had no problems and have recommended this place to anyone who says they are going anywhere near Rhode Island!
Fun place, decent food – Went on a Monday night while in town for business. I was seated promptly, and the hostess was very nice. I was by myself (and brought a book to read), but was still treated very well. The drink was a little sweet for my taste, but then again, no one makes a Margarita like my husband! I had to try the Lobster bisque, and I this was most disappointing. The taste was OK, and there was lots of succulent lobster in it, but it was very very thick, with a consistency of porridge, which I found very offputting. My sushi was good, in particular the nigiri. The 10 roll was excellent. The sushi sandwich was fascinating, a little spicier than I remember the description saying. My server was very attentive without being intrusive. Overall it was a nice experience. It would be perfect to take someone who didn't like sushi, as they would have a completely alternate menu to order from.
What a JOKE!!!!!! – I dont get a chance very often to dine out at an expensive place like ten. But, I got the chance and went for it. Well it took us 15 min to be seated, then another 10 min. for our server to great us, then when he did , he just basicly said welcome and walked off again and we waited another 5 min or so. We saw the slutty manager flirting with the chef by the sushi bar. Im sorry but no manager should have her boobs hanging out that much, you are a business woman, there for you should act that way. So our server came over with the biggest attitude cause I guess he wasnt suppose to be seated. The food runner was checking on us more then the server. I guess he could see we were not happy, I understand it was 3 nights before halloween but come on....... The food finaly made it out 45 min later and the steaks were over cooked and the mash. was also it had the texture of applesauce. Then yep your right, it took forever to get our check. This is the worst place ive ever been in rhode island......they have no clue im the executive chef of a few of the finest restaurants in the south east. DO NOT GO TO THIS RESTAURANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i will be making some phone calls to the right people about this place
Great steak – We moved to the area not too long ago from NYC. This food was just as good as anything we've gotten in the city. The prices are high, but for a great steak, I'll pay.
Amazing Clam Chowder, Melt in Your Mouth Sushi – The clam chowder was fantastic, flavorful and creamy! The best i have ever had. The sushi is just amazing, high quality, melt in your mouth freshness that can't be compared to anything else in this city. The steaks are also unbeatable. Prime, delicious meat. The service was attentive and helpful without being overbearing.
will be back!
Best Sushi in Rhode Island Hands Down – Always the frestest sushi fish, creative rolls, steaks are great as well (Sirloin Au Poirve a must). Friendly waitstaff and trendy crowd. Always worth the trip from MA
terrible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! – pretentious staff, cramped like sardines, food i wouldnt feed to my dogs, rip off prices, ok sushi, long wait even with reservations, ignorant hostess, from beginning to end its a wonder why this place is even still open.
I've had better sushi at a gas station – We're new to Providence and drove by this restaurant. It looked great from the outside, very trendy. However, it is VERY tight inside. The tables are so close together that we started conversation with the people next to us because they were practically in our laps. We ordered sushi, and it was NOT GOOD. Save your money and get some sushi at Whole Foods instead. Portions were small, taste was bland, overall it was a very expensive and very bad experience. We will never go back.
Sorry, not worth the bill. – Considering the fact that it's in downtown Providence, parking is usually easy to find. They also have valet service, but it's hardly called for. The general "look" of the restaurant is very trendy, but it has the worst layout. The tables are about literally 4 inches apart. It makes you feel like you're having dinner with the people next to you. If you get a loud crowd next to do then good luck. This place is definitely not reccommended for dates, since there's no privacy. The food is good, but not great. Not good enough endure the terrible seatings. It is also over priced. If you're looking for authentic sushi, this is definitely not the place to go. Mediocre is more like it. The crowd consist mostly of young women and older men. You guessed it, it's a place for men in their 50s to pick up the young gold diggers. Please save your money and time. They try to come off as a hip new york, upscale, italian restaurant with an asian flare...FAR FROM. Big let down.
Not worth the money spent – For the amount of money spent there, it was definitely sub-par. First off, the sushi had fish scales on it and almost cut my mouth!! Then I ordered a steak for over $50 and it wasn't even cooked enough. I like it medium/medium rare, but it was basically still mooing when it got to me. I could hardly even cut it with a knife because it was so hardly cooked. Dessert was missing flavor also. But besides that, everything else was fine. Martini was good and the service was friendly.
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