The restaurant serves some of the best Japanese food i ever had. The monster rolls were perfect and so were the tuna rolls. The atmosphere was quiet and the service perfect. I'd love love to return there.
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Nice and friendly staff. Reasonable prices but food is average. We had edamame and gyoza for apps. The edamame came out slightly warm. My husband ordered a chicken teriyaki dish. It was very disappointing, per him. My daughter and I had 3 sushi rolls. The...More
My daughter was craving sushi so we drove to Sweet Ginger based on the reviews here. We found it just as the other reviewers did--family owned and operated with a very friendly and attentive atmosphere. It is small with an open feel from the huge...More
Family owned and operated. Very good, Friendly service, fresh fish and a fair price. We will definitely be back.
We arrived just after opening evening hours on a weekday. We did take-out of a few select sushi items. The miso soup was traditional, hot, and nutritious. The age-dashi tofu was typically bland, but with a good dipping-sauce. The dynamite roll was solid value, hearty...More
I live nearby and I've been going to Sweet Ginger for years. This is a lovely family-owned and family-friendly place. The food is excellent and affordable, and the the staff is committed to great service, from accommodating special requests to remembering your favorites dishes if...More
Often overshadowed by its well known competitor Sushi Ran, this place should not be overlooked. Family run and friendly, the food is always very good and reasonably priced. The setting is lovely, all glass with a view of the beautiful park across the street and...More
A neighborhood type of eatery, nothing fancy, just good basics. I couldn't tell if the sushi chef or the waitress were Japanese or Korean. But I can tell you the food is good! We had sushi rolls, soup, salad and sashimi. All fresh and tasty!
The food is good. Not the worlds best best but good enough. The people are nice. Service is good. Not too expensive. Good for a quick bite to eat.
We are locals and have been eating here for over a decade. I'll be the first to admit that Sweet Ginger is no Sushi Ran, but as parents most nights we're not looking for a destination restaurant, just a place to feed our family without...More