|305 First Street|
|(at First & B Street|
|Cash, Visa, Debit|
|Opened August 2014 in Davis|
|Appetizers, sashimi, rollsMore rolls, entrees, bento, noodles|
Enju is a sushi restaurant that just opened! the special rolls on the tasting menu are currently 50% during the grand opening. It offers traditional Japanese food with a fusion influence. The menu includes sushi rolls, sashimi, noodle bowls, tempura and bento boxes.
They have a particularly creative (not to mention tasty!) set of vegetarian rolls.
Hoa Viet was formerly at this location.
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2014-10-10 23:41:10 We've had a couple of meals here and are very pleased so far. The quality of the ingredients is really high and the food is flavorful. They also offer more vegetarian options than your typical American-Japanese restaurant — see especially their veggie rolls, which are creative and really, really good. Damn, now I am hungry. —CovertProfessor
2014-10-23 10:20:58 Went here for their AYCE sushi dinner and was terribly disappointed. I sat at the sushi bar and ordered from the chef directly. The fish to rice ratio on the rolls was ridiculous. Fish was sliced paper thin and accompanied by a largest wad of rice I'd ever seen on sushi. Chefs were inexperienced and the rolls were very messy and fell apart. I also question the cleanliness of this place. The sushi chef had a small soup bowl filled with water that he kept using to wet his hands (so that the rice wouldn't stick to his fingers), and I don't believe the water was changed the whole hour that I was there. Also, the chef used the same rag to wipe down the work surface the entire time I was there—I did not see it changed at all. And on top of all this, I only saw him wash his hands once... ick.
My date ordered a bento box with tonkatsu and sesame chicken. The pork and chicken were both tasteless and fried very poorly, and the breading was falling off of the meat. Overall, we were both disappointed and don't plan on ever returning. There are better Japanese restaurant options in Davis. —MargaretWong