Sushi Moto

(425) 673-5477

22746 Hwy 99, Edmonds, WA | Directions   98026

47.792493 -122.336981

Open Hours

Daily, 11am - 10pm

 
Restaurants, Sushi, Japanese  more

More Cuisine: Asian

Tags: Cheap Eats, Chef's Table, Dine At The Bar, Local Favorite, Lunch Spot, Notable Chef

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

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Reviews for Sushi Moto

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Tasty sushi and friendly service! – I visited Seattle recently and had the luck to have lunch here one day. The ambiance has the essence of a typical strip mall establishment, but don't let that deter you from ordering some of the best sushi around. The food was appealing, tasted fresh, and was delightful. We had wonderful service and noticed that everyone working there was very friendly during our visit. The cost of the food was very reasonable - surprisingly so. You can't go wrong here.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

What a crappy food place – They should pay me to eat there. Crappy udon, crappy hot soup bowl. Pretty bad ambiance. I can taste all the bad quality ingredients in the dishes I ordered. Very unsatisfying experience. I don't write reviews at all, but I felt compelled to write this one because I went there since it's got 4 1/2. I say 1 star!

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Forget these jerks. I've given them enough of my money. – Forget this place. I've had enough. For the last year, since moving here, I was a VERY regular customer dropping at least $35+ every single time I've been there (I've only ever eaten at the sushi bar), and I've been there more times that I can remember. The sushi is OK. Sometimes it is good, not infrequently is it mediocre, and a couple of times it is has been gross. A couple of times I've gotten blatantly bloody pieces of fish, and some other times i've gotten very un-fresh, chewy pieces. While some rolls are petite and tight, some are awkwardly large and loose that they are unmanageable. A few times I've ordered pieces and they were prepared completely different ways each time. And on that note it's a very inconsistent place too. Sometimes you get the tea, miso, edamame, broccoli, etc. and sometimes the experience is incomplete with something left out. The service overall is sub-par, rarely great, often slow and sometimes bad. There's this one young kid there (one of the sons - it's a family place) that is an awesomely nice and polite kid (if you get him then service rocks!), but the rest of them are cold/slow/void. The older man running the show (at the sushi bar) is unbelievable. I won't bother going into the details of my many un-positive experiences I've had with him, but this last experience him was so absurd and so ridiculous that I am NEVER going back to this stupid place ever again (and it was the very first time that I ever brought somebody with me!). Though the prices don't destroy your wallet, the pieces definitely are overpriced for what they are and how uncreatively they are composed (can we try NOT putting crab everywhere?). And, they aren't even Japanese either (they are Korean or something). Maybe *not* sitting at the bar is a better experience, but if you truly know your sushi this place is nothing special. Combine that with the bad service and you're better off going to someplace that appreciates your patronage.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Oustanding Sushi, Service needs work – I'd recommend the sushi-sashimi combo, the service is generally not so good but the quality of the food more than makes up for it.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Decent sushi – Been there a few times, the sushi's always pretty good, the service is average. Our chicken katsu wasn't cooked all the way through but it was just one part. We go there when we want sushi and never leave disappointed. I've never had a problem with cleanliness there, it seems like they wipe everything down thoroughly.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Always Friendly, well priced, fresh sushi- GREAT SPECIALS – Not sure why there was a bad rating on this restaurant- my family loves to go there, particularly for birthdays. It's well priced, so we don't feel bad ordering tons of food. their hot rolls and their special rolls are fabulous and the sushi/sashimi is always fresh and well prepared. I have definitely seen better presentation, but it is still up there in quality.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

pure awesomeness – we've been enjoying sushi moto for three years now. while the service can be a little erratic, and you don't always get individual plates for the sushi, the food more than makes up. best of all, you get a series of miso soup and small servings of edamame and salad as free appetizers. you get the sushi experience for far less than other places of comparable quality.

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

totally disappointed – The service was fast, but rude!! My wife got a tea cup with a lip stick mark still on the edge of the cup!! It's very bad hygiene problem. When we asked for an extra bowl, the waitress brought us a wet bowl with some water still in the bowl!! The sushi and sashimi is average, and the Udon was very very bad!!!! It's Japanese restaurant but owned by Korean so you won't have the real Japanese food there.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

I love Sushi Moto – I've been going to Sushi Moto for over 5 years now and still love it. The food is great and you are always greeted by all the staff when you walk in. I recommend it for a casual Japanese dining experience.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best sushi around and reasonably priced. – This is the best sushi restaurant I've been to in the Seattle area. The sushi is always great and comes with soy beans, miso soup, and more. Two people can get their fill for less than $25.

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