Queens >Food & Dining > Sushi Village
3250 Francis Lewis Blvd, Flushing, NY | Directions 1135840.767646 -73.790989
Mon. - Sun. 11:30am - 11:30pm
Great sushi – If you love your sushi and can't get enough, then this is the place for you. It's all you can eat, and the food is actually really fresh. The only bad thing is that on weekends, it's almost impossible to get in without reservations. Without a reservation, it's about a 2 hour wait. Other then that, it's strongly recommended!
Sushi-holic Heaven!! – If you have an insatiable appetite-- especially for Japanese food you won't have anything to complain about at this restaurant. Even if your not a fan of raw fish, there a plenty other choices to choose from. Appetizer selections like dumplings and grilled squid not to mention entree's like chicken or beef teriyacki. You leave with a full stomach and not an empty wallet. Not a place for someone who is a compulsive overeater! This place does not need any more good reviews because you will never get a table.
The Best Sushi for the Best Price under one roof – Personally, I have nothing negative to say about Sushi Village. To be quite honest, I never liked sushi until my girlfriend introduced me to Sushi Village. Comparing prices and quality of food to other sushi locations from Queens, to Commack Sushi Village is spectacular. I enjoy going for dinner and seeing my favorite waitress Tina!
Hey, these reviews aren't fair! – These reviews are not for Sushi Village -- they're for the steak house that was in the same location before, like five years ago. (That steak house was horrible, though, it's true.)
Sushi Village is awesome! The food is great, the atmosphere is nice, and the price can't be beat. That's why they're packed every single night.
Somebody at CitySearch needs a ticket on the Clue Train on this one. Get rid of these unfair reviews for a restaurant that no longer exists.
Steaks – Their food overall is good although they say they're a steakhouse and they sell a couple of steaks. They're prices are high. They sell burgers for $9.00. I don't recommend their steak tidbits.
hike another mountain – This previous dinner tries to pull off a manhattan 'priced' stakehouse with dinner quality food. I wish I read the other review before going. My pork chop was literaly a soup bone which they charged $20 for. Even as a bar, they suck. Martini's should cointain 50% vermouth. Entertainment card members beware, the sub-menu is worse than the 'true' menu.
sketchy place to say the least – We drove by this place in our neighborhood and it looked like a nice place. My fiance and parents deccided to give it a try. We walked in and right away you can tell that it is more of a bar then it is a restaurant. There were only two other people in there and none of the tables in there were even set up for dinner. Did I mention that they call this place a steak house? The waiter was this young kid, he sat us down and I asked him, "how long has this place been open." He answered, "bout a year." No personality what so ever, definetly shouldn't be a waiter. Menu looked expensive, screaming kid in back, guy on nextel in back speaking Chinese. We sat for 5 minutes, the kid didn't ask us if we wanted any drinks, it was too much we walked out.
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