221 Main St, Huntington Beach, CA | Directions 9264833.658832 -118.000513
Mon-Thurs 5pm-10pm; Fri 11pm-1am; Sat 9am-1pm; Sun 9am-9pm
The best Huntington Beach has to offer TUNA TOWN!!!!!!!!! – We have eaten in most of the restaurants in Huntington Beach. Tuna Town is by far and away the best restaurant in Huntington. I will go as far as to say probably the best Sushi I have eaten in OC. Love the servers, the bartenders and the cooks. Always consistent, clean and fun. Yes, it is loud but that is because it is filled with such a fun crowd. If you want excellant food and love to people watch this is your place. Also something amazing, the kids steak dinner is as good as it gets. I love the fact that they put as much emphasis on the kids meal as they do the grown-ups. The short ribs melt in your mouth, the steak is so tender you do not need a knife and the rolls are perfect.
Another plus is the restaurant is clean, clean. The owner takes pride in her restaurant and it shows.
Thanks for a great spot so close to home!!!!!! I'd even make the drive if I lived a distance away.
If it was not Monday I would be there tonight.
GREAT ALL AROUND, I LOVE THIS PLACE – I GO INTO TUNA TOWN ALL THE TIME AND HAVE NEVER HAD A BAD EXPERIENCE. IN FACT THE SERVICE IS GREAT, ALL THE WAITRESSES ARE SUPER FRIENDLY AND REALLY TAKE THE TIME TO GET TO KNOW ME AND MY FAMILY WHEN WE COME IN. THE FOOD IS GREAT BUT SOMETIMES WILL TAKE A LITTLE LONGER THAN OTHERS. BUT ANY ONE THAT KNOWS GOOD SUSHI SHOULD KNOW THAT IT IS NEVER GOOD WHEN RUSHED, UNLESS YOUR THE TYPE OF PERSON USED TO SUSHI TAKE OUT. OVERALL GREAT PLACE, FOOD, ATMOSPHERE, AND SERVICE. RECOMMEND IT TO ALL!!!
Superb food served by psychos – In spite of the psychotic servers, all the food here is amazing. Michael the sushi chef is superb. I have returned time and again for the delicious food and the comedy provided by servers who obviously imagine themselves above the work for which they expect to be tipped. It is best to order everything that you might desire immediately, because you will become invisible to your server throughout most of your visit there. I would suggest that they seek medication, except that I suspect they are self-medicated already. They cannot be completely benighted ,however, as evidenced by the fact that they slip a 20% tip into the bill, without allowing the decision to tip or the amount of the tip depend upon the obviously disregarded feelings of those they serve.
hmm? – This place is ok, nothing special. I recommend going on a slow night unless you enjoy waiting forever for the food to arrive. The food is good, it just takes way too long usually, and the service is somewhat lacking. Worth checking out though. One thing i do find interesting- all the positive reviews of Tuna Town say the exact same thing, w/ the same word phrasing. Cmon its pretty obvious whats going on, and I for one am not buying into these fake reviews.
Yummy! – I love Tuna Town and have since it opened! The sushi is awesome and I love the creations that they chefs come up with. It is such a GREAT atmosphere and an overall fun place to hang out, which we do at least once a week. I just had my birthday party there and I must say that even though it was a busy night, the service was FANTASTIC (Thanks John). I definitely recommend Tuna Town as the best sushi in HB :)
TUNA TOWN ROCKS!!!!! – Thank you Tuna Town!!! I recently had my birthday party there and everything was amazing, we had so much fun!!!. Best sushi, service, and atmosphere in HB... keep it up!!!
Horrible service & rude management – Our party of 5 sat down and waited 10 min to place our drink orders. It took 2hrs for all of our food to be served! I had to request my water be refilled 3 separate x. We flagged a bus boy to request a beer, as our waitress was sitting at the table behind us flirting with 3 men for 15 min (we timed her). The bus boy had to tap her on the shoulder to order another round of drinks for us. Our food slowly came out over the course of 2 hrs. Not one person at our table received their food at the same time; we had to eat separately as the evening progressed. After an hour and a half we stopped the waitress who was now conversing with bar guests and informed her that we had not received our salmon sushi or crunchy roll and she said she would check on our food however she thought they were out of the salmon requested. It would have been nice if she had told us! 15 min later the missing food items were served. We spoke to the manger who is a previous food server at the restaurant to complain and he said that he highly doubted that we had been seated for 2 hs and laughed at us! He then went on to excuse the waitress?s actions by saying that she had been visiting with friends she had not seen in a long time? as if we cared or that as guests we should be expected to wait for her to decide to help us! To top everything off the waitress tried to add a 20% tip to our bill. 3 members of my party waited tables for 8 yrs we could not imagine ever providing such horrible service and still expecting any tip at all much less adding 20% to the bill. Needless to say we did not leave any gratuity and the manager had the nerve to chase us outside and ask us if we felt bad stiffing our waitress on a $200 plus bill. We had to point out that tip means to insure prompt service and we received no service. Over the last 3 years the service at Tuna Town has been going down hill and the owner and management either do not care or have not noticed that there customers are disappointed.
What happend to the Management? – I haven't been to Tuna Town for over 2 years as I was deployed to Iraq, I come home for some good sushi and I waited 45 MINUTES longer than my quoted time which was 20 minutes just to sit down. That right there is poor management. You have to understand the flow of your operation. Imagine if I was told I would be only be deployed for 18 months and I end up staying there 2.5 years, oh wait that did happen to me.
Ok Ok so now I am at the table. There are 4 of us, greeted swiftly, the waitress said she'd be right back. UM like 10 minutes later as she shielded her face numerous times as she walked by us so we couldn't grab he attention she arrived with 2 waters, and told us our food would be here soon. I almost Laughed out loud as I told her we haven't even ordered our drinks yet. It was easy 4 tall Asahi's. She came back with 4 tall Sapporo's.At that point, I knew we needed all our food ready to be ordered by the time she got back, we have all been there and knew we needed it to be done. So we ordered, and asked if she could wait on the entree's until all sushi has been taken out to our table. Of course if a simple 4 tall Asahi's can turn into 4 tall Sapporro's I can only imagine what could come next. I am not joking, but our entree's came out first, BEFORE THE SUSHI!!!!!! I asked the pretty lil thing, "Sweetheart, didn't I specifically ask you to deliver the entree's after all sushi was brought to the table. All she could say was, "well I told the expo not to bring out the entree's out till the sushi was brought out, so its not my fault" I was Jaw dropping flabbergasted. That right there is poor management. So now the Manager comes to the table, some 40 year old chick with the darkest circles under her eyes and matching crows feet, comes over and explains to me that I am to impatient and to relax, "your food will come" and she gave us a free Ju Ju yaki Yea that helps give me a sushi roll covered in mayonnaise to cheer me up from dropping $300 I will never go again
A good place if only it was run well – We have done the tepenyaki twice. The cook was great and personable but that was where the service began and ended. Both times we were set and reserved for a seeting, the first time they sat us an hour late and provided horrible service. Stupid us decided to give them a second shot, this time only a half hour late and service was twice as bad. Rarely saw out waitress, the non grill food was not delivered until the dinner and show was over. We called over the General manager to complain, but she just does not get it. She is clearly not capable of handeling a restaurant like this, instead of hiring friends a restaurant manager is probably the way to go. Wont do dinner again, at least while she is managing, which is sad because I love Tepenyaki and the place is walking distance to my house.
unique sushi, amazing wine, cool jellyfish tank! – I love this place! They have some of the most interesting and unusual sushi combinations I've ever had. I feel that it is much more creative than traditional sushi. I also had a really amazing glass of red wine. The music is too loud, but the food is such a sensual experience that I can overlook it. The jellyfish tank is trippy. It is like a live lava lamp or something.
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