My Japanese friend and I had lunch here the other day. He was raving about how good and authentic the food is. Very nice atmosphere and friendly staff. I am going to recommend them for a catering job @ my office.
For twenty five years I've enjoyed the hospitality of the Io family at their restaurant called Fuki-Sushi. During my early career in Silicon Valley their much smaller (at the time) Fuki-Sushi was a home away from home, where quality food and ingredients was always the standard. Whether it was simple oyako donburi or a tsukiyaki, the experience was more of a home-cooked meal than that of a restaurant. \r
It has been with a sense of pride as a customer that I've seen Fuki-Sushi grow as an establishment. They have gorgeously expanded and renovated, with an inviting reception area, an enlarged main dining area and sushi bar, and private tatami rooms with their quiet elegance. More importantly they have maintained the quality of food and service that originated from their simple beginnings.\r
I've had occasion to host corporate events at this fine establishment, where the Io family has gone out of their way to make my guests comfortable and satiated. Whether a private dinner meeting in a tatami room with a dedicated hostess, to a lively Sushi-and-Sake night, Fuki-Sushi has been a crowd-pleaser. At a special sushi bar, they have even taught my clients and friends how to roll-your-own sushi, quite a memorable experience in making your own spider hand roll!\r
From this perspective, both as a discriminating diner seeking a fine meal, to someone seeking only the best for a corporate event, I have depended on the Io family for their consistent quality and hospitality. To say that I am biased might be an understatement, but it is a bias based on experience.