Good, some options, dessert, tea; a notch on the loud scale
Masu is my favorite Sushi restaurant in the Twin Cities. Awesome sushi. Service is always great. Can get spendy, but that’s expected with good sushi. Try to get a table away from the door in the colder months.
LNO and it was disappointing. Service was laughable with an inattentive waiter, incorrect food and drink delivery and virtually no bus service. Perhaps they were short-staffed given the proximity of the holiday. Three of us got soba/soup/ramen and only the gal who got sushi finished her meal. Bland broths got the best of us. A good cocktail menu that I would try again.
The staff was very friendly and helpful!
I love the pork buns, edamame, and ginger ramen noodle dish. We also
discover a new dark beer that was recommended by our server. In fact,
we walked to Surdyks and bought it after our meal!
My boyfriend and I frequent Masu, so we took some out of town guests and a couple other friends there. We know that sometimes the food comes out randomly and people may have to wait a while for their dishes. However, this most recent time was absurd and embarrassing for us as we were trying to show our out of town guests a great time.
Our server was very nice, but completely ignored us most of the time. Our server passed by our table to go to her other tables, yet rarely stopped to acknowledge us. We waited 15 minutes before we were offered anything but water (the bussers and other helpers are generally more attentive than the servers). We had to wait for a very long time between ordering drinks and an app and the rest of our meals. Then surprisingly all of our food arrived at the same time. I was very skeptical.
This won't stop us from returning, but it will stop us from bringing friends along. For a while at least.
Service was slow and the server twice forgot things. She was very pleasant, however. Just disorganized.
The food is great, but a bit pricey for whatbitbis. The beer is way overpriced.
Wonderful food, attentive service, lively atmosphere....a good place to enjoy Japanese food in a casual neighborhood restaurant. There for a family birthday, our group enjoyed the Masu and Firecracker rolls in particular. The server brought me hot water with lemon, since there is no herbal tea option; this was a thoughtful touch. The Japanese Manhattan was a hit. We plan to return to try some of the noodle dishes and other interesting things on the extensive and creative menu.
Great, interesting food. The sushi is very good, the noodles are great, and the pork spare ribs are amazing. The service was slow, and our server twice forgot things even though it was not busy at 4:30 on a Saturday afternoon.
The steamed pork buns, edamame, and the ginger chicken ramen were all
Lovely setting, great service and good for a late dinner!
We were early and we were told to wait in the bar. The waiter came to us
immediately and took our order - delivered in less than 3 minutes.