Kisoro Asian Sushi is a modern fusion restaurant in Carle Place, New York. The atmosphere inside is lively and exciting, with colorful lights in the evenings and an array of Asian artwork around the walls and ceilings. Rooms for private parties are blocked off with beautiful sequin curtains that add a touch of class to the restaurant.
Cuisine at Kisoro falls under the category of Asian fusion and sushi. While sushi is the main focus of the restaurant, it also offers a variety of classic Asian favorites like the Hibachi menu, shrimp tempura, general Tso's chicken, pad Thai and the crispy red snapper. Popular sushi choices include the large boat platters, Christmas rolls, spicy tuna and the curry salmon rolls. Kisoro offers guests a full bar to go along with the meal.
This was my 2nd time at Kisoro. The price is good for the the amount of food that you get. I waited a while to get my drinks but the food didn't take long. I would recommend eating here unless you are in a rush.
Great place, very conveniently located, but not in an obvious spot so it isn't too crowded or noisy. They were very eager to serve, and the quality was good. I took my son there and he loved it.
Went here using a Restaurant.com coupon. Pretty good food for the price, not outstanding but gets the job done.
Brought a couple to the restaurant with us who do not eat Sushi. There were plenty of other items on the menu for them to choose from--soups, spring rolls, and mango chicken which was excellent. The sushi and sashimi for two that we had was just the right size and was presented beautifully.
Service always good
My family took me here for my birthday. We love the California Roll, Eel Roll and Spicy Tuna Rolls. The sushi is always fresh and delicious. However, the taste/ flavoring of the hot food seems to vary from time to time (depending on who the Chef is). My family enjoyed their Pad Thai on this occasion, it was "wet" with "sauce" and noodle texture was slightly Al Dente. Few month earlier when I ordered Pad Thai, it was "drier" (almost no sauce but still had lots of flavor" and noodle was very soft (the way I like it). If you plan to order Pad Thai, I suggest describing how you like it (wet, dry, soft, etc) to avoid any disappointments. Also, they no longer offer soup or salad with evening entrees as they had in the past. In short, Go with Sushi.
We went for an office lunch. They had a nice vegetarian menu as well as a wide selection of non-veg. Hibachi was good, but a little sparse on the meat. The miso soup was really good. Their salad dressing was very tasty. I believe it was ginger. One of my co-workers found a piece of foil in her Pad Thai but they apologized and offered to make it up to her. The fried ice-cream was very tasty. Overall, everything was really good. I'd go again for Sushi!
Delish and fun... cant have a better combination that that when dining out.
Great place for some sushi. Service was a bit slow at first but overall our Valentine's Day was good.
Very good food overall with excellent service. Wait staff strives hard to please. Sushi rolls and Hibachi entrée were very good. A welcome restaurant near Roosevelt Field mall. The strip mall where this restaurant is located is a conglomerate of restaurants
Took another couple to Kisoro for dinner. They do not live in the neighborhood and usually frequent another sushi restaurant. Needless to say, I hoped they liked my choice of restaurants. They did--even said they would come back. Each couple ordered one sashimi dinner to share. Then, we ordered 4 special rolls for all of us to share. They were excellent--some spicy, some warm, some cold--nice balance of tastes and textures. Had the Crazy Rainbow Roll, White Angel Roll, Wasabi Roll, and the Godzilla Roll. Portions were a nice size--nice balance of rice and fish. Some people in reviews complain that it is pricey, but good fish is expensive and you get what you pay for.
Kisoro far exceeded my expectations. The sushi tasted fresh & had a lot of flavor. The menu is pretty deep with lots of options. Our waitress was quick to point out some specials. The food came quickly & was a solid portion size. The rolls were a bit loosely wrapped which let them fall apart when they were picked up. Still -- the flavor was a huge selling point considering the number of sushi places that are heavy on presentation but far too light on flavor and creativity. We also got the chicken with broccoli entree for the table and they really know their brown sauce. The price felt a bit steep in contrast to similar sushi places in the area. Their location (near Red Lobster) may have set an expectation that was hard to live by.
Heard about this place from co-workers who have ordered lunch from here. Decide to try it for dinner. Place was quiet for a Thursday but that was fine with us as we could enjoy talking without having to shout at each other. We ordered appetizers negamaki and veg tempura. Both was pretty good...tempura was crispy and not greasy. The negamaki was not overpowered by the scallion that was rolled in it. Hubby loved his entree of pineapple rice with crispy duck. Rice had curry seasoning but it did not reek of it. The duck was crispy,juicy,tender and not greasy. He liked it so much that he ordered it again for home. Spicy sushi combo was very filling and tasty. It was not overly spicy which suited me fine. Will definitely be back.