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DFW: sushi awaji

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down73 Sep 14, 2008 11:00 PM

I don't know if I spelled the name right. Its the new sushi joint in the old Eckerds/CVC pharmacy at 635 and Macarthur in Las Colinas/Valley Ranch. Has anyone tried it?

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    childsplate Sep 15, 2008 12:48 PM

    we eat at the one in west plano all the time. it's my favorite sushi place in town. i would assume the food at the one in irving is comparable.

    try the mamasan roll, it's absolutely amazing!

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      Azn Gorger Sep 16, 2008 08:52 AM

      It's a buffet similar to Tokyo One. Good place to go if you are craving a bunch of sushi, but not comparable to made to order as one would imagine. They have a very large selection of rolls, a sizable selection of other hot items, and a hibachi grill. Try it for lunch and save some $$ off the dinner price.

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        air Sep 21, 2008 04:18 PM

        Thanks for the info, I work in Irving so I'll add this to the lunch rotation.

        Doesn't seem to be a website or anything, so do you remember what the prices are like for lunch/dinner?

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          Azn Gorger Sep 22, 2008 03:12 PM

          Same owners, different concept. $15 for lunch, twenty-something for dinner.

          http://www.awajiirving.com/

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        lillymao Sep 21, 2008 07:50 AM

        Be careful, the Sushi Awaji in Las Colinas/Irving is buffet style while the one in West Plano is restaurant/sushi bar style. They are also of different owners.

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          iioonnoo Sep 25, 2008 06:05 PM

          I would not recommend this place...Sushi "Stay Away" more like it...

          We went on a Sunday afternoon right after the lunch "rush" (if there was one) only to be disappointed with the "selection" of sushi. The "sashimi" (Tuna, albacore, "red snapper", and salmon) area was never filled. The rolls and nigiri was also lacking. How is this a buffet when there was nothing to pick from?!?!

          Hot foods were typical of your cheap Chinese buffet. Hibachi ingredients were also lacking.
          Everything in general was lacking.

          VERY DISAPPOINTED for the price paid. $15.99 + drinks

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