We had a wonderful dinner at Kamahachi. It was a group of 7 mommies - out for a friend's bday. It was the perfect evening. The food was delicious and super fresh. Every roll was tried was fantastic. The service was exceptional. They never rushed us or made us feel like we were a bother. They didn't even rush us as we closed down the restaurant. It was the perfect evening at such a great neighborhood restaurant.
Lovely place . Kind of store front but good service and food excellent..
Great food. A lot of options to select from. Food was good and fresh. Service good also.
We used to like it here; it was close and used to be good. After tonight we will never go back. Food was horrible, service was horrible, if they were not out of every complimentary sauce i would be surprised because everything i asked for on the side...they were out of.
Always one of our favorites. Consistently excellent!
Excellent service / great vib / awesome food
Highly recommend this restaurant
a classic Japanese place in the burbs. Always good and consistent food and service.
Kamehachi is a warm and cozy restaurant that has the advantage of being conversation-friendly. The food is very fresh and well prepared, just as we ordered. There are many good options for people who don't eat raw fish and sushi. We really enjoyed our meal.
We went there for my son’s birthday. We made a reservation in advance but we had to wait literally 50 minutes before a server came to our table! Only after I told the hostess that we wanted to speak to the manager. Manager then came and we told him how long we had been waiting (we would have left if our kids were not dying from hunger. We had three kids with us ages 4, 11 and 13). He said someone would be with us shortly and also said “let me see if I can get you free appetizers”. After that, it took another forever for the appetizers to come and then the main courses. Food was mediocre. When the check came, we realized that we’re charged for the appetizers unlike what the manager said (who by the way looked 18 years old, very inexperienced looking young man...) We didn’t want to talk to them again, we paid the bill vowing that we would never return there anyway.
One of the worst experiences we have ever had at a restaurant and it was most unfortunate that it was my son’s 13th birthday.
The food here is always good. I started going to Kamehachi when they were in Chicago (from what I understand they were the first Sushi place in the city). It has gotten very pricey but still very good. We were concerned about our orders (we ordered A LOT!) as our server appeared to not understand us most of the time. Nor could she speak English very well, if at all. To our pleasant surprise absolutely everything come out perfectly. We tipped her accordingly. So, go if you like good sushi and don't mind paying top dollar.