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About No Coast Sushi
Sustainable Sources & Superior Quality
We at No Coast Sushi value our resources and environment by purchasing our fish from fish purveyors who pledge to only fish in season, in stream fish without nets. We also purchase some fish, such as Yellowtail, from sustainable farms to help protect them as they are currently being overfished.
We fly our fish in from Honolulu Hawaii three times a week.
Our kitchen also gets deliveries of organic and/or hormone antibiotic free meats two times a week. We also purchase some locally grown produce when in season and continue to pledge to buy more each year.
We make 99% of all of our items in house including our sauces and drink mixes.
We care about our food, it"s quality, presentation and your enjoyment.
Our restaurant is urban modern with an active up-beat vibe.
Please join us and experience what sushi can be.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Japanese, Seafood, Vegetarian / Vegan
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday-Friday 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Dinner: Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
We are closed most major holidays & all Sundays.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parties of 8-100
Appetizers to full dinners
Sushi Chefs In-House
Next to restaurant. We are the only night time business in our unit so close parking is almost always available.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
No Coast Sushi Ratings and Reviews
We arrived earlier than our party, and the server did not acknowledge us for 15 minutes. I ordered seared tuna, which I've had before - a good size serving for $18 - and I received a small tuna "rose" in the center of my plate for $27! Terrible value! My husband ordered the Poison Ivy Specialty roll, which used to be noticeably larger than a regular, say, California roll. The roll was very small for $17. Again, terrible value! We have been dining at No Coast for years, but I don't think we'll be back.
It was our first time dining at this particular sushi restaurant. The food was outstanding, but the service left something to be desired... which was very disappointing considering our dinner came with a $138 price tag (my husband had 2 local beers, and I had one mixed drink and one cider). We never received our "complementary" miso soup although having it offered once, and asking for it twice. It was also hard to get our server's attention to order another roll, or another drink. We will go back for the food, but maybe not as much as we would if the service was better.
We had a wonderful family dinner there last Saturday night. We made a reservation and they had our table ready right away. It was perfect as they set us right in front of a large fish tank, which our two year found fascinating! Although it was extremely busy and therefore a little slow, the pace of the courses worked out well since we were eating a lot. Our server was friendly, yet to the point which I appreciate. He checked in often and was responsive to our requests. They comped our Sake on their own accord due to the delay, which was a thoughtful gesture and we weren't even upset. It was an excellent evening for the three of us.
Go. It's as authentic a Japanese Restaurant as you'll find in these parts, the food is very tasty, the service excellent, the prices moderate. Young clientele and a busy place still allowed us to have a decent conversation. Give it a try. There's something for every taste within this cuisine.
Excellent dining at this restaurant. The best Sushi in town. The staff is very friendly, we were greeted at the door by a couple of different staff members and the General Manager. The food is wonderful and always fresh food and a variety of foods for the meal and desserts. Our server was outgoing, friendly and very knowledgeable of the menu and the drinks.
No Coast is said to be the best sushi restaurant in the area, but I am disappointed in the new way the rolls are served. We ordered 4 rolls and they were all put on one dinner size plate. The portions were smaller and didn't have the special way sushi rolls are usually served.
Our bill was over $54 for 4 rolls, an appetizer and 2 sake. Not something I care to repeat often unless we can get out monies worth.
There are not many options for sushi here in GJ, so we thought we would try No Coast, but was disappointment. It was extremely overpriced for what we got, and the qualifty of the sushi was subpar. The ambiance was also something that we were dissatisfied with. We love to go out on Friday nights but we felt like we couldn't talk or enjoy ourselves because the room was so small and quite. I wouldn't recommend this place to anybody, but if they need a quick fix for sushi, it wouldn't be a bad place.
IF you are looking for truly fresh sushi that tastes outstanding and looks it as well, this is the place. It is what they say it is and you will not be disappointed. Friends we met there have traveled the country sushi dining saying they would give this experience a 9.5! The drink options were a great surprise finding popular local options.
Thank you No Coast Sushi for a great evening and finally a great dining experience in Grand Junction, CO.
No Coast is a family favorite of ours. Every single visit has been awesome! The service & food are always spot on. We have never had a single negative experience when dining here. The owner embodies a welcoming atmosphere and tight-knit crew. We are always greeted with friendly smiles & hugs. I love the fact that they incorporate local ingredients as much as possible. I have been to other sushi restaurants in town and can't bring myself to eat at them anymore because they just don't compare to No Coast. It truly is top notch!
We were traveling and No Coast Sushi popped up in Open Table. We'll stop there again during our travels. The food was excellent! Our server was knowledge and perfectly timed every step of the way. We were seated in the back room and got to see all the salt water tanks.
Disappointed for the 1st time ever. Our server let us know he was the GM as well as a chef and our server for the evening. He was very kind, though we were disappointed our hot food was served burnt (the pot stickers and asparagus/beef wraps). Not just slight char on the edges, but black all around. We opted to eat the insides and not have to wait for a replacement, plus it was busy and server was hard to locate.
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