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NO GO TO TOKYO (in Morristown, NJ)


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NO GO TO TOKYO (in Morristown, NJ)

Mr. W. | Dec 9, 1999 12:09 PM

My wife convinced me to try the new Sushi restaurant in morristown: Tokyo. What a mistake. The service is bumbling, 4 or 5 waiters, I wasn't even finished with my lukewarm miso soup when it was almost wisked away from me. I ordered some Sashimi and Sushi, a nice looking assortment: They charge by the piece, New York Style, 2.50 for a slice. double for Sashimi, 3 pieces or double for 2 pieces, Sushi.
I ordered salmon sushi-one piece, toro sashimi, 3 slices, uni sushi, double order,Hamachi sashimi, 3 slices and scallop sushi, one piece.
The scallops were rotten and slimey, I am sick today, every time I belch, I can taste rotten scallop. Bad for them!!! Not only were the scallops "past their prime" but the salmon was slimey and pungent.
This is no way to run a restaurant, especially charging the high prices they charge. We are fans of NAGANO, also in Morristown, where 2 pieces of fantastic sushi or sashimi is an order.
Oh, another note, my wife had the Nabeyaki UDON. It was nicely presented MINUS the 2 tempura shrimp that NAGANO serves with the soup. Also, she did not receive either a salad or an appetizer which is the case with NAGANO. We shared a seaweed salad,
Since I was the only one eating Sushi and Sashimi, I am the sick one today,about 10 hours after ingesting the bad fish. UUURP, here it goes again. STAY AWAY from this TOURIST TRAP.

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