4021 SW 117th Ave Ste C, Beaverton, OR | Directions 9700545.490131 -122.798427
Neighborhoods: Central Beaverton
Went to Sushi Land Beaverton to pick up food to go on New Years Day because it was the only place open and my wife had a craving. I've been to this location once before as well as the Clackamas location and it was only marginal. After waiting 10 minutes to actually place an order (the line was out the door), I sat to wait "about 20 minutes". 40 mins later I informed the waitress that I had ordered from that I was still waiting when she asked if I needed to be seated. After watching her take one of the Sushi chefs? to the back, she returned to tell me that my order was almost finished. A couple of minutes later I watched as my order was placed on the counter behind the till where it sat for another 5-10 minutes uncovered while the staff helped other customers pay. When the kid behind the counter finally got around to checking my order, he had to return to the line 2 more times for missing items. More than an hour after walking in I was finally paying (full price) and I asked the cashier if it was normal for a to go order to take close to an hour. He stated that they were busier than normal as well as short staffed, but he made no apology.
When I got the food home an hour and a half after leaving, the food was again barely marginal and items that should have been warm were cold and raw items were warm. HORRIBLE experiance.
Used to be good but something must have changed lately – We used to go to Sushiland all the time after they remodeled several years ago. The quality of fish was good, they added variety and kept the price what it used to be ($1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 plates). It might not have the best sushi you would ever have but it was good and it was a really good deal for the money. However, something happened to Sushiland lately. Last several times we went, the freshness of the food just wasn't there, salmon was cut paper-thin, and variety just wasn't there. It was same plates going around. Other people must have noticed that quality went downhill as well because there were hardly any customers there during peak lunch hour last Friday. Previously, you always had to wait. This happened to us last 3-4 times and we kept coming back with hopes. I asked the gal that works there if they had any changes and she said that they had change in management. Whatever they are doing, is not working too well. I think I will give them another shot in about 6 months or so.
Has gone downhill FAST!!!! – I used to love to go to this place, great Sushi, nice portions, very reasonably priced. But the past 2-3 times, I've noticed the poor quality, the poor cuts (the salmon was paper thin!!!!)... I couldn't BELIEVE it!!! I also noticed that they've lost a lot of customers due to this. They used to have a long wait in line during lunch, but the past few times I went (I guess I'm the last to know), there was no lines, the booths were available and there are always seats open. Last time I went, I commented to the clerk regarding the quality and how it has gone down recently, and she said that there was a change of management... Ahhh, OK, that explains it. I will not be coming back here. Might check it out 8-9 months from now to see if another change of management improves the quality of food.
Dont take risks when it comes to the quality of your food. Especially when its raw. – When we first started out in the land of sushi, sushi land was perfect. We had no idea what was what and we were able to experiment without spending a lot of money. But now that we have experienced and we have learned, we wouldn?t tread anywhere near sushi land. The fish is not fresh, the hot food is cold and the cold food is room temperature. Even the rice has a strange taste. I LOVE sushi. I?m crazy about it. If I could eat it everyday, I wouldn?t and never bat an eye of discontentment. I?m really easy to please when it comes to sushi. Sushi land leaves me with a bad taste in my mouth and an ache in my stomach. The last three times I?ve eaten there (we kept going back in hopes that maybe they had an off night or two) I?ve gotten some form of upset stomach. It just doesn?t sit right, and it never happens to me anywhere else. There isn?t enough wasabi, ginger and soy sauce on all of the tables in the joint to cover their poor quality. I see the same 6 things going around over and over. It?s just not worth it. Is this what I am supposed to expect from a sushi-go-round? I don?t think so. You?d have better quality and taste buying sushi from a street vendor.
not yummy – initially we were optimistic despite the dismal fixtures and lighting. with each plate we were disappointed, however. fish portions are small and could be fresher. they aren't using the best cuts of fish; using what better (and even inexpensive) sushi restaurantsts cut away. prices are low but if you're looking for melt-in-your mouth and japanese sushi chefs, look elsewhere.
Editorial Review by Christy Buena – Sushi lovers flock to the conveyer belt restaurant for a selection of rolls, combination platters and cheap prices.
awesome – Who cares if you have to wait in line. A long line is a reflection on how long people will wait to eat their food! Quality is great. Service is great. Taste is Great.
Good for the Money – Alright, so the sushi is not super duper delux, if you're one of those hotsy totsy gotta be seen in the classiest places in town spending money you don't have then this is not the place for you. But if you're jonsen for a good meal fast, inexpensive and of good, fresh quality, this is the place for you. Always a line, usually short, insures fresh sushi. They're always cutting fresh salmon and you can order special items and have them in a flash. Order the Ricky roll and the seared salmon. The table service is a little unorganized (they could use trays to clear tables to speed things up) but very friendly. The prices are 1/2 of what the trendy places charge and the quality is usually as good.
fast food sushi at an alright price – Sushi is alright, nothing to write home about. Sometimes rice is improperly cooled and warms the fish itself, making it less than pleasant. Rice is pressed by machine and not by hand, which reminds me of something you'd see at mcdonalds. The wait can be incredibly long sometimes, longer than at better but more expensive sushi bars. Fish is priced nicely, however. I go there to order specifics, I never take fish off the train.
My friend loves it too much! – About 2 yrs ago we came there the first time and disappointed for waiting and quit because the waiting list messed up and other group passed us. I said not ever to come back.
Lately a friend of mine insists to "try" that place. We went there, and thus come back a few times. The sushi is surprisingly affordable for that kind of taste, quality, and variety. The number of people waiting tell you all: It is so good! However, for groups of 4 or more people, the change of getting seated together is loooooong.
Good sushi place, but not in a hurry!
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