Dayton >Sake Japanese Restaurant
Great food, great experience!. The staff was very friendly--- we went during their "Prime Time" hours, they were rather busy, but still made sure everyone was properly taken care of! The soup was less flavorful than expected, but from what I've discussed with "regular customers", that was a very rare occurrence. The hibachi chefs were very entertaining! Although it does seem to be pricey for the amount of food you get, you're also paying for both the experience and the overall quality of the food.... which both are AWESOME! Highly recommend!
Great place for singles, families, and exotic food lovers.. One of the best Japanese Steakhouses I have been to, and I have been to many throughout the US. The chefs are wonderful, and have great showmanship. The food is freshly prepared and delicious. I eat here all the time, never had any issues with staff or the food. They are wonderful. Lunch price is always better just to make sure you like that sort of food, they have great sushi too. I love the Filet, Scallops, Shrimp, and Chicken. If your looking for a great meal and a good show go to SAKE! :)
TERRIBLE service, mediocre food, will never go back. My husband and I had lunch with my parents for lunch on a Saturday at Sake. We have eaten at this restaurant at least two other times in the past, but this time the service was terrible. First, there was confusion between my mom and the waitress about the description of the "sushi lunch" because the waitress spoke little English. The waitress was unable to tell my mom whether or not the sushi lunch was served with sashimi (which I find very odd for a Japanese restaurant waitress...) The the waitress argued with us about whether or not rice was served with lunch entrees (the menu specifically stated that all entrees were served with rice, but the waitress denied it). Of the 4 of us, 3 of our entrees arrived out promptly, followed by our appetizers (which we had ordered about 10 minutes prior to our entrees). When my mom realized that the waitress had served her sashimi (which she does NOT eat), another waiter came over to explain the situation. He just shrugged his shoulders and said, "Well, that's too bad". He told my mom that they could not fix her order because her food was already made, and that what she was served was what she would get. I was infuriated! My mom hadn't touched any of her food, and it was not her fault that the waitress could not explain the contents of the popular "sushi lunch". What happened to CUSTOMER SERVICE? There were only two other parties in the entire restaurant at the time, so their lack of caring was not because they were busy. Not only did they mess up my mom's order, they forgot parts of my order as well. I will never return to this restaurant because it's obvious they DO NOT CARE ABOUT THEIR CUSTOMERS. I would recommend trying Thai 9 (downtown) for sushi instead.
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