Likes some of the other reviewers, I have never failed to visit Fuki-Sushi whenever I come to the Bay Area in the past 20+ years, and have always enjoyed the authenticity of the food and service here. But I was a little disappointed this time as compared to my last dining experience here nearly 7 years ago.
The sukiyaki beef slices were not as tender as it used to be, though it was still better than my other experience in San Francisco this trip. No raw egg also.
The Unagi Avocado Roll has so much avocado outside that it nearly kiiled the taste of the Unagi wrapped inside the rice. The sashimi were very fresh as usual but very pricey for 2 pieces of Toro and the Sashimi Moriawase set.
The restaurant seems to have expanded with a much bigger dining area. I used to remember the elderly Japanese owner who dressed in kimono greeting you as you entered the restaurant, but she isn't there this time and was told her daughter took over instead. The service is so so nowaday so perhaps it is time for me to move on to other places.
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