Definitely not the best sushi I've ever tasted, but my significant other like to visit frequently. The prices are relatively affordable, and the ambient is great.
Rice to wet for fried rice and the beef feltb like pre-heated ,the crazy-roll a little to cold the ambience is good.
Came here with my sister and had a very good time. My sister usually is picky with food, but she enjoyed her time like I did. Sushi is not that wow, but it's not bad either. Appeteizer were more on our "we like very much" side. Ambience is nice and cozy. Sometimes they have a live Magic show wich interacts... More
Bland Ambiance, bland food. Don't waste your time and money. Frozen Tuna and old rice. If you are going to do Sushi, do it right!! Sophias in Rincon is the best!!
As a local I frecuently come here since it's one of the few decent sushi places in the area. Overall prices are good and service is great. The place was remodeled everything looks nice with a really cool yet relax atmosphere. It's the sushi that has me skeptical.. Sometimes its wonderful other times its just ok you never really know... More
I like Bonsai, it's true that there are better sushi places elsewhere but when we need our fix and don't want to leave our local area we go here and enjoy it. I love the Caribbean and the Criollo rolls and my husband and daughter enjoy the dragons very much. The service is always good and consistent. If you are... More
We go to Bonsai at least twice a month. The sushi is great , tasty and fresh, even when we've never tried the boricua-inspired rolls. I love the decor and the waitresses are friendly and knowledgeable. Definitely recommended.
This is a very modern Japanese decorated restaurant, with pop music. There were a lot of families having a good time. The food was good but not great, I guess after living in Cali for so long and having the best sushi its hard to compare. The waitress was nice but not personal, doing her job and nothing else. We... More
This is the only Japanese (or more accurately, Japanese-influenced) restaurant in Mayagüez, so their audience is pretty much a captive one. It is now located in a spacious location in De Diego St., with eight tables in the main dining room, a tepanyaki section, and a bar. The clientele is in the youngish side. Ambientation is decent, albeit the wall... More
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