25381 Alicia Pkwy Ste M, Laguna Hills, CA | Directions 9265333.593599 -117.697908
Mon-Sun 11:30 pm - 9 pm
A horrible restraunt experience – I would not recommend this place at all. If it weren't for the fact that I was with family and friends I would have walked out of this place. The quality was terrible and the service wasn't anything to rave about either. Our server even forgot to bring us a few of the rolls on our order! When we mentioned the forgotten rolls we were told to put it on the second order but yet again they left those rolls out. The soda is served in a can come on people get a soda fountain we have the technology. Yes you can order all you can eat in one hour! I understand as I have seen people sit at these things for 3 hours but they really make you feel the time crunch as mentioned in the other reviews. The sushi rolls even fell apart as you picked them up. This is a big sign of inexperienced sushi chefs. There is hope though as this is the kind of place that shows you anyone can make sushi they just didn't say that it would be that good. When I asked my friend who took us to this place the reason for her enjoyment she said it was for the smoked salmon and for the big pieces of sushi. Let me just say that yes the smoked salmon was a treat but the only apparent thing on the menu worth ordering. As for the large pieces of fish it would only be enjoyable if it were quality but this stuff tasted plain. I would discourage anyone from wasting your money at this place. If you want quality you go to Danakai (Dana Point) . If you want quantity go to Zenko Sushi (Mission Viejo) which offers an all you can eat menu around $24, and a medium quality sushi. And a few others to try are Taka O Japanese in San Clemente, Good Choice Sushi (Laguna Niguel), or Shogun in Mission Viejo). Good luck sushi lovers.
You and I - A gem gone bad – When the all you can eat Sushi started this place was ahead of the pack in my area. As business grew, quality went down the drain. It has been about a year or so since I have eaten there but my wife and I are going tonight to give it another chance. If it is good I will say so and if it is bad I will say so!!!
We are fortunate to live in an area that has numerous ALL YOU CAN EAT Sushi Bars so we have become a little picky in our taste. We go to all yo can you eat when I am starving and the thought of spending $200.00 at a high quality S Bar is not real appealing. Don't get me wrong, I love high quality Sushi and the cost is worth it but spending $200.00 for dinner on a Wednesday night simply does not make sense. I love a bargain and I love All You Can Eat Sushi. My wife will eat an order of salmon and tuna Nigiri and and maybe a roll but I will eat 10 orders of Nigiri and a bunch of rolls and hand hand rolls. It all works out for the Sushi bar since she does eat much and I eat eat a lot. I am 6'5" tall and work out a lot so I am always hungry,
Ok, so lets see how it is tonight and I will be brutally honest tomorrow. This is the closest S bar to our house so convenience is key.
I will up date you tomorrow.
Avoid Avoid Avoid – Yeah I know this is an all you can eat sushi place. Nevertheless, the sushi here is bad. I have been to many many sushi places, and this place just is not worth it. And the service is horrible. My waiter was actually eating chips, licking his fingers, and then serving me. When I ask for something, he didn't acknowledge my request. Avoid this place. Only people who don't know sushi would go here.
Savory Sushi at Bargain Price – Although $20 might not seem like a bargain for a meal- it certainly can be considered a great value for an all-you-can-eat Sushi buck! At "You and I" the variety of sushi is fresh, tasty, and an overall pleasure for the palette. Start with the miso (a must have at Japanese restaurants) and continue on with the delectable Dynamite dish- scallops topped with a creamy sauce. There are so many sushi rolls to choose from, the all-you-can-eat deal will be put to great use if your stomach can take the party in your mouth. Try the eel and the rainbow rolls for a bona fide delicious experience!
Can definitely get better – Food is okay, not the best quality or anything. Korean owned Japanese food usually isn't very authentic. What's worst was our server. Wasn't sure if he was just having a bad day, hates his life or hates his job. Had a bad attitude and even worst service. I'm hoping the rest of the staff isn't like that.
Where value meets quality – I have been going there for about 8 years now, and have turned countless people on to the place. Reading the reviews... I don't think anyone has stated some of the things I am about to say. What people have said is that You and Sushi is the place where value meets quality. Is it the cheapest... no. Is it the best quality... no. What it is, is great quality for an all you can eat place.
Anyhow, I only have two problems with the place. One being that there is a lack of diversity in the rolls. A good majority of the rolls are california roll based. There is nothing really special about the rolls.
And the other is the total lack of any sort of ambience for the most part.
But to me, eating is the priority, and you can do it well at You and I
Sushi Done RIGHT!! – The all you can eat special is GREAT for two reasons: 1) the food is quality. must all you can eat have low quality sushi to make up for costs, but You and I Sushi has the amazing quality sushi, and 2) the chefs are funny and a enjoyable bunch of guys. If you like quality sushi that is all you can eat with nice person preparing your food to chat with, if you want, then You and I Sushi is the place. If I could afford it, I would eat there for every meal. Hope to see you all there drinking and eating the dank sushi at You and I Sushi, CHEERS!
Worst Service and Sushi – I've been here ahandful of times but i've stopped coming because the service has been so bad. Everyone i've talked to about this restaurant has agreed with me too. I stopped coming here because the last time I went there (over a year ago) my server brought me my miso soup w/ a fly in it. Already knowing the service was awful and that the server wouldnt do anything for me, i waited for the manager to walk by. When she did, i showed her the fly in my soup and asked her for another. She came out with another but i never received any apologies or a discount...nothing at all. After leaving a $0 tip, I never went back.
If you want a great overall all you can eat sushi experience try Zenko, which is only 5 minutes away from You and I.
quantity vs. quality – I agree with the other reviewer. THey have a great all you can eat sushi thing going and i love their crunchy rolls. I usually get the all you can eat just for the rolls...but I don't recommend the sushi, it's probably because the price is low that the nigiri is small and the fish is small too. I shouldn't complain. I recommend coming here for the rolls and if you just want to stuff yourself with sushi, but not the nigiri.
Great All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Bar – This is a great sushi place. The rolls are great and taste great. The sashimi (raw fish for sushi beginners) is always fresh when I go there. I go about once every other week.
Lunch is around $18 per person (11:30am - 2:00pm) and dinner is around $23 per person (5:00pm - Closing). There is no difference between the lunch sushi menu and the dinner sushi menu, so I don't get why they would charge higher just to make a few more bucks during dinner.
The restaurant is Korean owned and the sushi chefs are very entertaining. It's not authentic Japanese, but if you just want simple all-you-can-eat sushi, then this is the place.
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