Sushi Kiku

(404) 467-4544

2770 Lenox Rd, Atlanta, GA | Directions   30324

33.830783 -84.356117

Open Hours

Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm

Mon-Fri 5pm-10pm

Sat 5pm-12am

Sun 5pm-10pm




From The Owners of Sushi Kiku

Super-clean Buckhead sushi-spot does a cheap (and decent) lunch buffet alongside normal Japanese favorites.

Reviews for Sushi Kiku

over a year ago

I LOVE this place.Fantastic sushi and employees are so nice! I go at least once a week and am never disappointed. Great custom rolls too :)

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

RUDE!!!! FALSE ADVERTISING!!!!! – I went on Thursday night for all you can eat sushi for 19.99. On this website, "It states ..All sushi & rolls $19.99" On the sign when you walk into the restaurant, it states the same as on the website. I got here often, but never on a Thursday. I usually order three rolls, but tonight I decided to order 5 rolls to try two new ones that I have never tried. Once the meal was finished, the server told us that it is a $1.00 per roll we didnt eat. She pointed out to the bottom of the menu where it states on the menu that "leftovers are $1.00 a piece." This is not written well, it would make most people think at an all you eat place, it deters people from ordering too much food to take home. And you would have to pay 1.00 per piece to take home. NOT HERE!!!!! It should read, any uneaten sushi will be charged. Or how about the server tell us when we are ordering, or on the advertisements. apparently any food left on the plate, you must pay for in addition to what you pay for the all you can eat. I didn't want to take any home. I spoke to the manager who was RUDE!!! He told our table to never come back. We eat here weekly, and sometimes twice a week. We have never had a single problem until now. Our table of 6-8 every week, spends roughly 200 here. This place has lost all of our business and we will never recommend this place to anyone. I cannot believe this place can stay in business with this style of management. Like I said, I have always enjoyed this place, but after one complaint and the manager telling us to never come back is rude and unacceptable. They need to be investigated for false advertising.

over a year ago

After GYM, TAN and Laundry – After the daily grind and hitting up the GTL, let’s venture out for some sushi. Located off the busy Lenox road, Sushi Kiku is a fine compliment to the area. Even though sushi is becoming more and more popular in Atlanta, the thought of raw fish still frightens many. This is a great spot to be introduced to this subject matter. The menu comes with pictures to ease newcomers’ perspective on these delicacies and nothin’ better than starting with the Kiku Special Roll. Instead of the traditional seaweed wrappers, the Tuna is wrapped with sliced cucumbers. The cucumbers refresh the palate and get you ready for the meal. The rest of the menu is pretty standard like every other Japanese eatery. For all the foodies out there, to put it in simplest terms, Sushi Kiku to authentic Japanese Cuisine is like the cast of Jersey Shore to genuine Italians. “The Situation” and the gang might not be bona fide Italians but they are a guilty pleasure, and so is Sushi Kiku.

over a year ago

Super-clean Buckhead sushi-spot does a cheap (and decent) lunch buffet alongside normal Japanese favorites. – In Short
Residing smack between the ethnic supremacy of Buford Highway and the high-end supremacy of Buckhead, Sushi Kiku melds both worlds in a mini shopping center off Lenox. The chefs shout at you when you enter the sleek, modern digs, but unlike RuSans Kiku draws a heavily-Asian clientele. Offering hibachi-styled Japanese among a plethora of Asian options, it's easy on the first timer, but delicacies like live scallops (as in, they're still alive) instantly up the culinary ante for the curious foodie. The super cheap ($10) lunch buffet is surprisingly the restaurant's secret weapon. Sushi is stacked fresh on the sushi bar -- only a few rolls at a time as to not let the sushi sit too long -- and the selection of 20 options offer up more specialty rolls and nigiri, rather than the mundane cheap California staples.


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