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About Sushi Zushi - Dallas
Explore the exotically familiar and the authentically creative as Sushi Zushi fuses Japanese traditions with modern tastes. Dedicated to purists, adventurers and first-timers alike, our masterful chefs select the freshest ingredients and combine them into extraordinary, hand-prepared artistry for the body and soul.
Embark on a memorable dining experience, prepared to amaze. Satisfy your appetite and your curiosity as Sushi Zushi balances traditional Japanese roots with Latin American influences into an expansive menu far beyond the ordinary. We integrate local ingredients and age-old practices into modern, healthy and superior dining pleasure on every plate, every time. This harmony of culture and cuisine culminates in a complete sensory experience for our patrons.
We are honored you are here.
Dallas, TX 75219
Japanese, Sushi, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Mon – Thurs: 11:00am – 10:00pm
Friday: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday: 11:30am – 11:00pm
Sunday: 11:30am - 10:00pm
City Place West
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Free Parking Garage behind restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
Please call the restaurant for more information.
Private Party Contact:
Dan Marino: (214) 522-7253
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Sushi Zushi - Dallas Ratings and Reviews
I have decided to select Sushi Zushi based on reviews. I was no disappointed. The service was great, the food was fresh and excellent. Try some of their cocktail as they also taste very good.
I would recommend it and I would come back on my next visit to Dallas.
Sushi Zuchi has quickly moved to my short-list for consistent quality food in a modish yet comfortable setting (aka Friday night dinner). My wife and I always order the veggie tempura (a variety of vegetables, battered and fried) which is big enough to share without spoiling the appetite. We also order two sushi rolls - three if we're very hungry. The menu is extensive so every sushi lover should find what their looking for. I can't remember all the rolls I've had but the Oakland is for sure of of my favorites! Also drinks are strong and affordable : )
We have always like Sushi Zushi, but feel like since the move a few years ago to their present location has affected the overall dining experience. This location feels very much like a cafeteria. The noise level is moderate. If you like to sit outside it's great until someone parks right next to your table and leaves the car running for 10 minutes.
The sushi is not as cold or as fresh in my opinion. I have had much better for similar prices. If we are in the area we will eat their again but it is not a place I would go out of my way for or wait a long time to get in.
I made 2 visits here in 2 weeks and the experience was the same. Very good and fresh sushi with tons of menu choices. The service was a bummer and was slow. We ended up sitting around with no food or drinks halfway through our dinner. The lighting is way too bright for a Saturday night and recommend they dim the lights to create a better ambiance.
We made a reservation for a Wednesday night. Wasn't busy at all. Not sure if they were short staffed but there were two or three dirty empty tables by outs that never got cleaned away the whole time we were there. For not being very busy it sure took awhile for our food to come out. Overall the food was good. Nice variety of sushi rolls.
Sushi Zushi is located in the heart of West Village at the end of Uptown. You have plenty of sushi options in this city, but this is one that I categorize in that middle tier of quality where you aren't trying to absolutely break bank like you would be if you're going to the likes of Uchi.
Truly splitting hairs between here, Blue Fish, Katana, and Sushi Axiom, so I generally give the nod to location-location-location, which Sushi Zushi is unbeatable given it's proximity to a very walkable area for people watching and going out.
Glow: Great people watching, outdoor seating, solid sushi.
Room for Improvement: The menu is gigantic, I tend to error on the side of if you have 200 things on your menu, then you have nothing...I would say scale it down and know where your strengths are, there are just too many options for an uninformed sushi-goer and a wait staff that is more or less not adept at pointing you in the right direction consistently.
Overall I would give this restaurant at three out of five. Inside the restaurant was cozy and warm but the noise level was high. The food was more traditional sushi, but there were a lot of options that were nontraditional, including cream cheese which I do not consider traditional. We tried the sake flights which were interesting, but they were not included on the standard sake menu as far as I could tell. The service was excellent and the servers were proficient and we repeatedly were asked if we needed anything else which is always nice, when you go to a restaurant with a progressive menu. It's a great any night restaurant to go and hang out and get some decent to sushi.
8 pm on New Year's Eve and after we had called twice to let them know we were running behind they sat us down and then informed us there was no rice left! Couldn't believe it. Good luck if you go here in the future. What sushi place runs out of rice on New Year's Eve at 8? Crazy. Ruined our special night out.
We made a New Year's Eve reservation. They were slow to even notice us waiting at the hostess stand. Then they had no ingredients for a signature drink. After ordering an alternative drink and dinner, the drinks arrived about 10 minutes later. At this point the waitress tells us they are out of sushi rice and offers to close out tab if we don't want anything else. We got the manager involved because I wasn't paying for a drink when they can't deliver dinner. We only had a chance to take a single drink before hearing no rice. The manager tried to offer alternatives, but we came for specific rolls. So we left without paying for appetizers or drinks.
We've eaten here for years, but this will be the last time. The old Oak Lawn location had bad service, but the food was always good. Once they moved to McKinney, everything seemed to be clicking. It's gone down hill the past couple years since then.