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Brian Sniff
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Attended NMMI - Roswell HIgh Scool
Lives in Sammamish, WA
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Husband, Father, Web Designer
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Helping to keep the web beautiful with creative and functional website designs.
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  • NMMI - Roswell HIgh Scool
    1971
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We gave this place 3 tries before giving up. Unfortunately for many reviewers and local sushi eaters they feel that quantity somehow reflects quality. By heaving large pieces of sushi on your plate along with huge rolls they think you're loving their food. Problem is that it's just bland. Their rice needs to be re-thought as it's pasty, tasteless and too abundant. Nothing worse that putting what's supposed to be 'a bite' in your mouth only to wonder if you're going to puke or gag while trying to chew it with your cheeks totally puffed out. And here's a quick tip to Trapper's... lose that 'crystal shrimp' you put into all your rolls as some sort of stuffer. The truth is it sucks. My last trip there I had the Trapper's roll and had to remove the rock-hard over-cooked 'crystal shrimp' in the middle. And all that fake crab you mounded on top is simply gross. The crab, even though it's fake, should be fluffy and light. Not that coarse chunky stringy crap. Here's another tip. CLEAN THE PLACE! The soy sauce containers were slimy and sticky. The menus were spotted with all kinds of crap. The plastic glass you gave me with water had no less than 3 chips out of the lip. Not what i'd call comfortable. On one visit where we sat at a table it had to have a wad of napkins shoved under one leg to keep it from wobbling to the point our drinks would fall over. A quick look around and we saw other tables using the same method. Really, guys.. that place is a wreck. And, another tip. If you're going to offer an 'all you can eat' deal and then restrict it to your sushi bar that sits like 10 people and not allow the people waiting to enjoy the offer at a table and instead make them stand outside for 90 minutes because a bunch of selfie nerds are taking up the bar space, then you suck. And, a final tip. Get a real happy hour. Yeah. You know what i'm talking about. On my last visit, because I couldn't wait outside for 90 minutes at lunch hour just to sit at the bar for the AYCE deal, I came back about 4pm and was informed it was 'Happy Hour!' and was presented with the HH menu which showed which rolls were available and what drinks you offered with their respective prices. So here's the problem. IF you sit at the sushi bar during HH you can order either a) the all you can eat special for $26.95 OR b) stuff off the HH menu. Hmmm, decisions! Then I was informed that IF I chose the AYCE deal that I order through the sushi chefs. But, IF I order the HH deal I order through the waitress. Then we get to the concept of drinks. IF you want HH then you HAVE TO ORDER A DRINK TO GET THE FOOD PRICES. In other words, you can't just enjoy a glass of water and have HH food. So here comes the fun part... "OK, i'll have a well drink (which was shown on the menu)" .. waitress: "We don't have those here"... me: "OK, i'll have the draft beer. What do you have?"... waitress: "We don't have draft beer here."... me: "Then what are the bottled beers?" waitress: "Bud Light and Coors Light (for $3.50 each)". me: "OK, mercy, please. Give me the Bud Light". So, to sum it up... if you want HH food you have to have a HH drink of which they have none of the advertised ones except the two bottled beers (of which both taste like camel piss) which are over-priced for HH, you can't order directly from the sushi chef who is standing two feet in front of you (and, who is handing you your food when it's ready). I ate the roll (after taking out the rock hard crystal shrimp pipe in the middle and scraping half a pound of fake crab off the top), ate the salmon sushi and drank about half the bottle of camel piss as my third item, the tempura platter, arrived which I promptly asked for it to go. I couldn't get out of there fast enough. Try Domo Sushi in Gig Harbor. MUCH better in every way.
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