601 NW Blue Pkwy, Lees Summit, MO | Directions 6406338.923274 -94.401524
Mon-Fri 11am-2pm, 4pm-10pm
Wasabi! – Love it, love it, love it. I travel a bit with work and try to eat at different sushi places around the country. I have found a few close but none surpassing the Siki restauraunt in quality of sushi and value. It is a clean modest place in Lee's Summit. Thomas the owner and sushi chef is always friendly and usually busy. I would eat there daily if I could. The place has a good following of regular customers. The Japaneese steakhouse is good for groups but my passion is the sushi which I always order even if I'm with a group in the steakhouse side. It is easy to ring up a large bill eating sushi anywere. To keep costs lower, try the lunch specials of sushi (7 mixed pc with cucumber roll ~$9), sashimi (no rice - 13 mixed pc ~$14), or maki combo (california, tuna and cucumber rolls ~$9.50). All come with soup (onion or miso). The also offer dinner combinations which are a little more expensive. You can order just about everything a-la-carte also.
Summit Atami-Sans! – "Lee's Summit's Best Kept Secret?" I agree. In the former SAMBOS and a BBQ(?) building next to Bob Smith Ford, SIKI is a great addition to Lee's Summit's continual growth and culture. I joked 15 years ago,"Will Lee's Summit ever have a JAPANESE Restaurant?". With LS's redneck meat and potatoes complacency, I speculated Siki would be spurned or go out of business fast. Not at all. It's a nicely decorated space divided in two sections: One for teppanyaki grill tables with expert, acrobatically- inclined chefs; the other, mainly a sushi lover's bar and dinner tables. The service is great. I had 2 polite waitresses and 5 busser/water boys on one visit! Great dumplings and greaseless spring rolls. Best tempura combos I've ever had! Very fresh, creative sushi and sashimi (ask for something extra special!). soothing Saki. Beautiful hostess... like in the movies! Reasonably Priced. $$ ~ $$$
Great sushi – Siki may be Lee's Summit's best kept secret. The nigiri sushi is always fresh and served in generous cuts. The selection is one of the best in the Kansas City area. They offer many good rolls as well. Don't miss the Magic Mushrooms - listed separately from the sushi - a heated roll topped with delicious sauces. Difficult to locate if you are not from the area (take a map), but weekend evenings are always packed with steakhouse and sushi diners.
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