It's become out 'tradition' to have sushi before I leave and this was my 3rd visit. Service is excellent as always and I'd recommend the spicy shrimp, my favourite, as well as the bottled beer. Definitely a tradition I want to keep.
I think of Japanese cuisine as being uniform, meaning you get the same food no matter which restaurant you go to, and you can't tell the difference. There are Japanese restaurants in NYC that distinguish themselves as something apart, something better, with exceptional sushi offerings. But we're not in NYC anymore. There are Japanese restaurants in NJ that are inferior,... 更多
I've been at this place many times. Food is good. Not expensive. A little noisy environment , but friendly and polite service. Extensive collection of the sushi rolls is worth to consider.
the staff is very friendly and accomadates every one' the food is great. and the mgr. is wonderful great place to dine
We took our three granddaughters (ages 13, 11 & 6) to their favorite restaurant and thoroughly enjoyed both the hibachi food and the chef's performance. Our 6 year old is highly allergic to tree nuts, and the staff made sure that all ingredients were tree nut-free. It's a fun place for a family dinner.
I'm picky about my sushi, and this place really delivers. We're happy to have it as our local favorite. It also offers a big variety of other types of Japanese cuisine, including cooked-at-your-table hibachi, yet it's not overly kitschy like Benihana-type places. The sushi is high quality, fresh and creative, yet I'm reserving the last star because it's not mind-blowing... 更多
We visit Fujiyama Mama a few times a year but really should go more often. We love the excitement of the flaming Hibachi grill and the shenanigans of the chef which make the excellent meal a truly memorable dining experience. From the three foot flaming onion volcano to the squirting of saki into our open mouths, the preparation of the... 更多