I have been here several times and decided awhile back that I would not return as the prices did not match the quality. The restaurant is fancy and nice inside, but that's as far as it goes. My boyfriend and I decided it had been over a year since we last ate at Haru, so we decided to give it another chance and called in a to-go order. First, the girl on the phone was rude, but I brushed it off. About 20-30 minutes later, we arrived to pick up our order. When I walked in, it quickly became apparent that no one submitted our order. Awesome. So I waited for 25-30 minutes thinking to myself "this better be the most amazing food I've ever had." In order to make up for their mistake, Haru did nothing.
Once we got home to taste our food, I was very disappointed. I got the "Super Duper" sushi roll which I've also had in the past. They've changed it from what it was before. I've eaten a ton of sushi in my day, and this was the worst roll I've ever had, sadly. It tasted as if it were soaked in salt with soggy tempura flakes on top. I've never seen the type of tempura flakes they use. Someone needs to tell them to stop using them. Terrible. My boyfriend got the Bulgoki. In his own words, "I've had better, but it tastes like it's missing something." It was a good portion, but it should be for $20.
Overall, Haru is WAY too expensive for what you get. I will not return. There are much better priced Asian or sushi restaurants with much tastier food.
The fresh spring rolls here are the best I've ever had. With that said, I was not that impressed with the roll of sushi I ordered. It had a decent amount of fish in it, but the pieces were so big you could barely fit it into your mouth, let alone chew it comfortably. The roll was too plain and not interesting enough for me. I am sure we will return to give it a second chance, but we will have to wait awhile. This place is too expensive for what it is-- overpriced for sure. A Bud Light was $4 and the Asian beers were around $6.
Amazing sushi! My boyfriend and I try different Thai restaurants often and this one is at the top of our list. We tried the Pad See Ew and it was really well done. We've had Pad See Ew at Siam Orchid and Thai Thai II but it is usually too soupy/runny. Not at Nippon- it was perfect! All in all, this is our favorite Thai restaurant in town now.
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