Irving >Food & Dining > The Blue Fish Las Colinas
925 W John Carpenter Fwy, Irving, TX | Directions 7503932.889094 -96.959486
Irving,TX location very disappointing – The sushi was not terribly good. The sashimi on the sashimi salad was very good; however, the salad was extremely salty. The chef said hello and goodbye, but was interested in conversation or answering questions.
Great sushi – I have been to many retaurants for sushi, but this may the best yet.
DON'T BE FOOLED BY THE NAME – THIS PLACE IS A HELL!!!! THE BLUE FISH S U C K S!!!!
THEY DON'T DESERVE ANY STAR AT ALL!!!!
DON'T BE FOOLED BY OVER PRICED FAKE JAPANESE FOOD!!!!
THEY DISCRIMINATE ASIAN PEOPLE KNOWING THAT THEY'RE AN ASIAN RESTAURANT! THE MOMENT I STEPPED INTO THIS PLACE THE SERVERS LOOKED AT ME FROM HEAD TO TOE, LOOKING AT ME LIKE I DON'T HAVE ANY MONEY TO PAY FOR THE FAKE SUSHI THAT THEY SERVE.
AFTER 45 MINS WAITING FOR MY ORDER, THE MANAGER AND THE SERVER CAME UP TO ME AND SAID THAT THEY HAVEN'T COOK MY ORDER SINCE THEY MADE A MISTAKE ON THEIR OUTDATED MENU. JUST TO COMPENSATE FOR THEIR MISTAKE THEY'RE WILLING TO COOK THE FOOD AS LONG AS I PAY THEM EXTRA.
I WALKED OUT OF THIS HORRIBLE PLACE AND WILL NEVER EVER GO BACK AGAIN!!!!
Beyond sushi – With awards for The Met, D-Magazine, The Observer and Citysearch ( to name a few) I figured we pretty much could not go wrong with this sushi location. What we found was far BEYOND SUSHI! This sushi restaurant was amazing. The service superb and the freshness of the sashimi and sushi was just the start of this sushi adventure. We started with an appetizer of crab claws. These are fresh large claws with a light batter and stuffed. Wow! We then moved on to the Ahi tower ( once again fresh fresh fresh) this was a combination of Fresh tuna tarter based sesame oil over snow crab avocado salad, bedded on a sushi rice with a creamy wasabi sauce,,,,,,,, excellent! For the caviar lover we had the bluefish trio next, with fresh snapper, Scottish salmon and ahi tuna topped with various colors of the caviar family. Sauteed jumbo Scallops were next! WOW! These were lightly pan seared HUGE scallops, with a jalapeno sauce that was not too spicy and full of flavor ( if you are a scallop lover , do not walk, run to this location) I almost forgot the combo sushi plate and the black cod appetizer ( wow we ate a lot of sushi here) We finished off with the berry tower on advice from another Citysearch review, they were right! I would come back just for the dessert! Really, if you love sushi and you love fresh sushi, and you love great service and fantastic desserts, go to Bluefish now! Where sushi is not just sushi anymore???.the most fantastic, BEYOND SUSHI EXPERIENCE I have ever had!
the Best Sushi in Dallas? – Blue Fish has three locations. One in lower Greenville, one on Dallas Parkway and one in Las Colinas. Since the Las Colinas location is much closer to us, we decided to give it a try. The host greeted us and we were seated pretty promptly. We ordered the Yellowtail Heaven, the Toro(fatty tuna) handrolls, the Julie rolls, the Sundae rolls, and many more rolls and sushi than I can remember. Everything was delicious! The two dishes that stood out the most for me was the Volcano rolls, which are california rolls covered in a cheese sauce with scallops. SO DELICIOUS! The other dish that we just loved was the Sundae roll. Crunchy tempura on the inside makes this roll a bit unique in texture and great in flavor. You have to wait a bit for your sushi to arrive, but that's perfectly understandable since they make everything RIGHT when you order it and they try to bring it all out all at once for you so you're not waiting in between dishes. While you wait, you can try the Sake Sampler, which is a box of ice that chills four different types of sake. Our favorite was the Pearl Sake, which looks kind of questionable because it's white and cloudy, but it's pleasantly sweet and not overpowering like typical sake. Overall, the service was pretty good and we enjoyed the quiet atmosphere. We went during a weekday and it wasn't busy at all, although I'm sure during the weekend, it's a different story. We loved everything we ate but almost went into cardiac arrest when we saw the bill. $219 for the four of us. That's a lot, but you know what? I'm definitely going back cause the food is worth it. Now, I haven't tried Nobu yet, which I hear is the "best" sushi ever, but I heard my friend and his wife spent $250 on just the two of them. If you ask me, Blue Fish is as good as it gets for me.
Top-grade sushi and a young, beautiful clientele make this one of the city's most popular Japanese venues. – In Short
Slashes of chrome, sleek metal tables and cool tile make this hot spot a den of din. The menu features hibachi meats, but the restaurant's hallmark is sushi. A crispy jalapeno roll pays homage to Texas, combining firm yellotail, cream cheese and a spicy kick. The calamari roll marries tempura with avocado and cucumber; it's crunchy and sweet. Julie's roll wraps cucumber around pummeled salmon and crabmeat. Dessert includes tempura banana and green-tea ice cream.
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