So i was here with my friends lst weekend, and to my amazement the sushi was so great that i think i am gonna take a house in saket so i can visit this place every day. I love Everything about it the service, the rolls, value for money everything. you are doing a great job sushiya. i will be back for more :D
Sushi at affordable price in Delhi
This was a great discovery for me in Delhi at Citywalk Mall in Saket...Sushiya a Japanese takeaway kiosk. On the 1st floor of the mall this place has a prominent place.Excellent service..ever smiling staff,very helpful for a new person trying sushi.The sushi was absolutely fresh and made right in front of your eyes.Great value for money and leaves you satisfied...I will recommend it to all my friends.
Sushiya sounds right - it is definitely not sushi
While it sounds like value-for-money, the place serves tripe and is not worth the money that you pay. If you like quantity over quality, this place is not bad. If you like rice balls that you can dunk in soya sauce and eat, go there. But if you are looking for sushi, this place is definitely not where you want to be.
best budget japanese food
japanese food in delhi at a very cheap price...the food tastes amazing..i loved all the non-veg sushies there..also the appetizers also yumm..try the sushiya restaurant at DLF Mall saket..its a small cozy place where i love hanging-around with my frens and family for some awesome food..also try the weekend buffet where u can unlimited sushies and appetizers with one salad, main course, drink and desserts...its for only 599 plus taxes!
Went to their new restaurant in Saket Mall next to hard rock yesterday. It was jam packed on late sunday evening(they had all you can eat deal for Rs.550), which made the place loud and lively. Sushi was top notch, service staff were prompt and attentive and couldn't have asked for better pricing. I couldn't get to try the other oriental dishes as they had limited menu, so will be back once again this week.
'about time they opened a restaurant'.
We ordered some food from this place last month....as far as the sushi is concerned....it was top-rate...but chicken teriyaki and rice were quite mediocre.
The food was delivered 30 min. late and even our sushi platter had some variety that we had not ordered. Nevertheless, it's an affordable place and worth a try, especially their kiosk at the Select Citywalk.
Ordered the maguro rolls here (that's fresh tuna for my sushi newbies) and they actually tasted quite fresh. The tuna does not have that slightly sweet flavour as you might expect from sushi abroad (this can probably be attributed to where the tuna is fished from), but all in all, this was way above what I expected, given that all my previous attempts to find sushi in delhi have failed miserably. Sushiya, I'm definitely a fan, and I will certainly pass the word to the few, the proud, the sushi lovers!
well i dont know what authentic sushi is like. i liked what i ate. and i loved the price tag as well. i got a box of salmon sushi rolls (that box contained 2+2+4+2 rolls) of 4 different kinds and cost me around 230 bucks.. i had read about this place in the indian express around 4-5 months back. however at that time it was open only in noida and that too just home delivery. so the other day when i was in noida and free for dinner, i tried to locate sushiya again. to my pleasure i discovered that they've shifted to south delhi, where i live.
also the box that i ate, the same thing i believe i ordered for around 1600 bucks in a restaurant in khan market.