Tucson >Bunbuku Sushi Bar & Japanese
Terrible service deplorable Sushi.. The place closes at 2pm after lunch not 2:30. They did not want to serve us but did out of the kindness of their hearts. Wish they would have just turned us away. The sushi "chef" and I use the term loosely, must have really been looking forward to his break because he threw the sushi together as fast as he could. It resembled a tossed salad more than sushi rolls. The worse part is that the price was $50. We would have been better off eating a fish sandwich at McDonald's.
Great little place with nice atmosphere - a hidden treasure. I go here occasionally for lunch and absolutely love it. The service is very personable and pleasant. I like to read during lunch and I'm left alone to do that, but she dilegently keeps up on my ice tea. The food is great and quick. The prices are on par with all other sushi restaurants. The atmosphere is small, quiet and peaceful. A very nice place to go.
Best place in town. Bunbuku is one of the BEST restaurants in town. Not only is the food great tasting, it is healthy and inexpensive. The sushi is ALWAYS fresh. The decor is simple and pleasant, the service is good. I have been dining at this restaurant for over 10 years now and recommend it to everyone.
Do not eat there!. The food was over priced and bad. The service was the worst service I have ever had and they where rude. It is the first time I ever walked out of a resturant upset that I paid to eat there. Please do not even consider trying this resturant....you will be dissappointed!
Terrible service. My wife and I went because I had been told it was good, but the sushi was poor quality, the waitress was the least friendly server I have ever had and after they had swiped our credit card they realized they had forgotten to charge us wrong, overall not a good experience.
Fresh sushi treats and elegant Japanese dinners in an unassuming yet lively restaurant..
Utilitarian tables and booths contrast with the calming panels of blue sky and white clouds hung between false window frames. Sit at the counter by the glass case of raw fish and watch the chef arrange platters of sushi and sashimi. A Japanese version of MTV plays on the television set.
Edamame, soybeans that pop out of their boiled and salted pods, are a tasty beginning, as are the fried dumplings stuffed with chopped vegetables, beef and pork. The calamari appetizer is served with baby string beans and a strong salty and sour sauce. The gorgeous makun ouchi dinner, served in a lacquer box, includes California rolls, deep-fried shrimp, yakitori (chicken on skewers), tuna sashimi and a crisp, lacy vegetable tempura. Yakitori comes with a sweet and salty teriyaki sauce. Creamy green tea or sweet, red bean ice creams provide a sweet finish to the meal.
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