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“Fun, and good”
Review of Mori Sushi

Mori Sushi
Ranked #6 of 18 Restaurants in Skillman
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Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile

I think Miri Sushi is good in all respects.
Not necessarily a sushi expert, but I know when something is fresh, well presented, and good. Really do not understand some of the less than stellar review, but suspect may have been written by self impressed sushi snobs.
Don’t get sucked in.
This place has a very pleasant interior, a superb staff, and wide and varied menu and the food is excellent.
Dinner is a fixed price all you can eat situation (about $25). Lunch costs a little less, but there are some item exclusions though not many.
The “rolls” are expertly prepared, and presented. In fact, the same can be said of all of their offerings.
We have visited on several occasions, and have ordered many different items.
Everyone leaves happy, and satisfied.
If in the area, Mori Sushi is worth the visit.

Date of visit: June 2018
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Reviewed 24 November 2017 via mobile

This restaurant produces excellent sushi! They have an all you can eat sushi option for $24.95, which is so worth the amount of food you get! Their speciality rolls are phenomenal and feature a variety of fresh seafood and fruit. My personal favorite is the mango roll! I will not eat sushi anywhere else nearby after having Mori Sushi.

Date of visit: November 2017
Thank Tyler B
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Reviewed 1 July 2017

Sushi rice should be the heart of a place like this............not. Poorly prepared. The texture was like somebody's leftovers. The fish was unexceptionaL.
My husband complained about the poorly cut sashimi.
We keep on hoping for a decent sushi place closer than Princeton.
So disappointing.

Date of visit: July 2017
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Thank Toni C
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Reviewed 10 May 2017

Very clean place and a great ambiance for a small restaurant. Tastefully decorated. They have a $25/- "all you can eat sushi and appetizers" every day which is great value. The sushi is very good and so are the appetizers.

Friendly and prompt service as well.

Date of visit: April 2017
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Thank UniversalTraveler58
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Reviewed 4 December 2016

Should have known an "all you can eat sushi" was going to be a bad idea. Not a buffet, but "freshly prepared to order" sounds good -- but was really pretty bad. We had made a reservation and I must say they seemed to be holding the one remaining table for us, so we were seated immediatly. But 10 minutes or more later we were still waiting to be greeted, get water, or get someone to open our bottle of wine we brought. We ordered several appetizers and each a different soup, then we ordered several pieces of sashimi and three "special" rolls. Within minutes out came our sashimi and sushi -- when we expressed surprise we hadn't yet gotten our soups or appetizers, the girl said "oh we just bring things when they are ready." The three "special" rolls all seemed virtually the same and all were quite tasteless. One was supposed to have mango on top -- didn't, one had those nasty crab sticks in it -- but we didn't order anything with crab in it. Very tasteless sushi and absolutely nothing artistic or pleasing about the presentation. After we had finished that, we waited and finally out came to tempura shrimp we had ordered. They were barely cooked making the crust not browned or crisp. Eventually we got our little plate of tempura vegetables -- ok, and then our three tiny shumai, which were totally bland. Finally (after being there about an hour) out came my Tom Yum soup -- which was very lemony broth with a tiny square of green pepper and one very dried out shrimp. The miso soup never came at all, nor did the gyoza, nor did the yaki tori. When we said (for about the fourth time) we were still waiting for our appetizers after the sushi, and then said "you know we never did get what we ordered" all we got was "Sorry". All in all it was a VERY, VERY disappointing evening (and we noticed similar complaints from the table next to us). I suppose we could have put up with the haphazard order of serving IF the food had been great or even good -- but sadly there was NOTHING special about the place. Dare I say it? "You get what you pay for". Well, not really, because I don't think the food we got was worth $24.95. I'd rather spend double or triple that for good sushi and decent service. As well as an understanding that "appetizer" and "soup" normally come before the main course -- not half an hour or so after -- or else not at all.

Date of visit: December 2016
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