14303 review-let-just-say-tsukushinbo-truly let-just-say-tsukushinbo-truly http://www.tsukushinbo.feedback/review-let-just-say-tsukushinbo-truly 8 8 8 0 0 0 Let me just say...Tsukushinbo is truly a hidden gem, literally. There are no signs outside of the restaurant, so just make sure you find the address "517" and go right next door. My friend and I made a reservation to the restaurant for dinner on a Friday evening, and making a reservation alone was a hassle (my only criticism). I tried calling MANY times during lunch hours the same day, and no one picked up the phone (trust me, I called 10+ times...). In their answering machine message, they say to leave them a voicemail if you'd like to make a reservation and they will call you later in the afternoon to confirm. Luckily they called me at 4pm the same day to confirm our reservation. When we got there, we were able to put in our order fairly quickly, even though we were being really indecisive about what to get! We ended up getting gyoza, 2 orders of sashimi rolls (I forgot which fish we got...), the marine roll, white kabuto roll, and seattle roll - ALL delicious!!! In each of the sashimi and sushi rolls, they gave us a generous amount of fish, which definitely was surprising since most other Japanese restaurants are...not so generous when it comes to the fish. We had trouble finishing all of the dishes we ordered and ended up having a couple of pieces of rolls remaining. I also ordered the Chirashi Bowl to go and each piece of sashimi included in the bowl was GINORMOUS! Yes, this restaurant is hard to get to, hard to find, and insanely small. If you do plan on coming here for dinner, you MUST make a reservation or I guarantee you will be waiting in a long line (even though the wait would definitely be worth it!). I can't wait to come here again!! <p>Let me just say&hellip;Tsukushinbo is truly a hidden gem, literally. There are no signs outside of the restaurant, so just make sure you find the address &ldquo;517&rdquo; and go right next door. My friend and I made a reservation to the restaurant for dinner on a Friday evening, and making a reservation alone was a hassle (my only criticism). I tried calling MANY times during lunch hours the same day, and no one picked up the phone (trust me, I called 10+ times&hellip;). In their answering machine message, they say to leave them a voicemail if you&rsquo;d like to make a reservation and they will call you later in the afternoon to confirm. Luckily they called me at 4pm the same day to confirm our reservation. When we got there, we were able to put in our order fairly quickly, even though we were being really indecisive about what to get! We ended up getting gyoza, 2 orders of sashimi rolls (I forgot which fish we got&hellip;), the marine roll, white kabuto roll, and seattle roll - ALL delicious!!! In each of the sashimi and sushi rolls, they gave us a generous amount of fish, which definitely was surprising since most other Japanese restaurants are&hellip;not so generous when it comes to the fish. We had trouble finishing all of the dishes we ordered and ended up having a couple of pieces of rolls remaining. I also ordered the Chirashi Bowl to go and each piece of sashimi included in the bowl was GINORMOUS! Yes, this restaurant is hard to get to, hard to find, and insanely small. If you do plan on coming here for dinner, you MUST make a reservation or I guarantee you will be waiting in a long line (even though the wait would definitely be worth it!). I can&rsquo;t wait to come here again!!</p> 2016-07-27T21:44+0000 [{"url":"https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dotfeedback-images/c419d95b-804d-49a8-8a5e-3c03e1049097","uri":"/review-let-just-say-tsukushinbo-truly/attachments/38716","mediaType":"image/jpeg","id":"38716"},{"url":"https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dotfeedback-images/3a35730b-c2f5-4f75-943b-1ea17ebfa041","uri":"/review-let-just-say-tsukushinbo-truly/attachments/38717","mediaType":"image/jpeg","id":"38717"}]

Let me just say…Tsukushinbo is truly a hidden gem, literally. There are no signs outside of the restaurant, so just make sure you find the address “517” and go right next door. My friend and I made a reservation to the restaurant for dinner on a Friday evening, and making a reservation alone was a hassle (my only criticism). I tried calling MANY times during lunch hours the same day, and no one picked up the phone (trust me, I called 10+ times…). In their answering machine message, they say to leave them a voicemail if you’d like to make a reservation and they will call you later in the afternoon to confirm. Luckily they called me at 4pm the same day to confirm our reservation. When we got there, we were able to put in our order fairly quickly, even though we were being really indecisive about what to get! We ended up getting gyoza, 2 orders of sashimi rolls (I forgot which fish we got…), the marine roll, white kabuto roll, and seattle roll - ALL delicious!!! In each of the sashimi and sushi rolls, they gave us a generous amount of fish, which definitely was surprising since most other Japanese restaurants are…not so generous when it comes to the fish. We had trouble finishing all of the dishes we ordered and ended up having a couple of pieces of rolls remaining. I also ordered the Chirashi Bowl to go and each piece of sashimi included in the bowl was GINORMOUS! Yes, this restaurant is hard to get to, hard to find, and insanely small. If you do plan on coming here for dinner, you MUST make a reservation or I guarantee you will be waiting in a long line (even though the wait would definitely be worth it!). I can’t wait to come here again!!