The ayce includes the appetizers! Overall great decor, modern and contemporary with several booths which I love. Definitely try The Special, 5th Element. Msp were great and very helpful on choosing which rolls to order. This can also help you plan the best route to travel to your destination. Overall, I had a great experience and I hope you do too! I was told I could not have food and would need to wait quite a long time. Your trip begins in Idaho Falls, Idaho. When we first got there our first order came out quick, but as soon as the dinner rush came in the wait time went up to like 45+ minutes.
Beware- go elsewhere for better quality and taste. . Honestly I have had better sushi at someone's home who was a sushi hobbyist. This place had a menu for me that made ordering easy and I felt I had plenty to choose from. Our team was happy to make sure you felt taken care of during your visit.
Up front, this an all you can eat joint, so don't think you can get away with ordering several rolls at once thinking you'll sample a bit here and there. The sushi ranged from not great to just okay, but you come for the quantity not the quality. I sat at the sushi bar and witnessed some orders taking quite a while and some confusion on where orders were going. It ends in Boise, Idaho. I am particularly fond of deep fried rolls.
I also wasn't a fan of the miso soup. I really appreciated I was not begging or waiting for another roll. Which is understandable, however when they take it to the point of charging you for leaving 'rice balls' on your plate that's beyond ridiculous. If you are on the fence about trying Sushi Time, save yourself and roll over to Blue Hashi or Fuji. And why arent they served with sauce? They make sure to charge you for any morsel you leave behind, and you aren't allowed to take any leftovers. Make sure you read the fine print on the 'unlimited sushi' option.
Service was fast and super friendly. The tempura shrimp is a little too crunchy to the point where it is a bit difficult to chew but not bad at all. The water does taste weird. Compared to the other Sushi places around Idaho Falls it is very decent taste wise. The California roll was dry. Fresh ingredients, friendly staff, nice menu options and very fair price. However, the deep fried roll I had was great and very cool presentation, it was stacked with crab meat on top, see picture.
Thankfully, adding some lemon to the water helped me get it down. The wakame was super soggy on both visits. You can find out how long it will take to drive between any two cities, airports, states, countries, or zip codes. And why arent they served with sauce? Only been there twice and most likely wont return. Compare the results with the flight time calculator to see how much longer it might take to drive the distance instead of flying.
I got a soda and it was in a very large glass. And the rice was dry. Very nice decor, clean, new, fun. The waitresses could be a little more attentive and the avocado wasn't as fresh as I wanted but the All You Can Eat price is undeniable. Miso soup, tempura veggies, crab angles, unbelievable. I'd avoid anything fried, they're fried stuff has a weird kinda burnt greasy crunch to it. Our team was happy to make sure you felt taken… Casey, glad you had a five-star time dining with us! Planning to fly a plane instead? Throughout my ordering process some of my rolls never showed up that I ordered, the water had a chalky taste, like maybe a cocktail of fresh spring water and Sheetrock dust were shaken, not stirred.
Will not be returning ever again! Mark hooked us up with some secret stuff to try and really made it worth it. But if you are looking for a good sushi place, I highly suggest the Ninja Lunch Box or Blue Hashi. Minimum wage may differ by jurisdiction and you should consult the employer for actual salary figures. I also wasn't a fan of the miso soup. Come on, I understand not being wasteful but the long tedious list of rules is a little tacky.