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Fuji Mountain Japanese Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 2:15 pm, 5:00 pm – 2:00 am
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2030 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19103
2030 Chestnut StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19103
(215) 751-0939fujimt.com
Japanese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Karaoke Bar
Tonkatsu Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
Vegetarian Restaurant
Izakaya Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 2:15 pm, 5:00 pm – 2:00 am
Monday 11:30 am – 2:15 pm, 5:00 pm – 2:00 amTuesday 11:30 am – 2:15 pm, 5:00 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 11:30 am – 2:15 pm, 5:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 11:30 am – 2:15 pm, 5:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 11:30 am – 2:15 pm, 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 3:00 pm – 2:00 amSunday 3:00 pm – 2:00 am
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Japanese Authentic cuisine where Japan meets Philadelphia. This staple has been around for 19+ years in Center City. When you walk into the doors of Fuji Mountain, you'll feel like you never left Japan with vintage wooden interior and Kimono waitresses. Upstairs, you'll find a more modern izakaya theme with a bar & private karaoke. 
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Bi-level Japanese & sushi spot with wood-paneled booths & full bar, plus karaoke rooms.- Google
"The ginger sauce was excellent and was just the right amount."
"If you like Japanese food, you simply MUST try this restaurant."
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aaron mcleod
4 months ago
I went here on a date last night. While the restaurants atmosphere and staff were excellent, for around $25 per person I wasn't super pleased with the food. I had the yuzu chicken and my date had the teriyaki, and neither of us were necessarily impressed with the flavors of the food. Mine was on the dry side actually, though not like it had been sitting under a heat lamp or in a warming drawer, as our meals were brought out almost instantly after they took our salad and appetizer plates away! unfortunately I can't speak to the quality of the sushi, though I can't help but feel we would have been more impressed with the restaurant had we stuck to sushi!
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Penn Appétit
2 years ago
My friend and I arrived at Fuji Mountain for an early dinner around 5 pm. The dim-lighted restaurant had a quiet and intimate atmosphere, with many booths and two-person tables. After we were given wet towels (which I appreciated) and iced water by the kimono-clad server, we dove into the menu. The extensive menu had many options to choose from, with lists of hot and cold appetizers, kitchen entrees, noodles, sushi, and donburi (rice with cooked meat, fish, or vegetables on top). My copycat companion and I ordered pork katsudon ($14), donburi with fried cutlets, which was served with salad and miso soup. The restaurant was generous with the soup, served in a regular rice-bowl-sized bowl, as most complimentary miso soup comes in cups or small bowls in other Japanese restaurants. It was particularly welcome, as we had been walking around the cold windy streets. It was slightly milder than most other miso soup I had tasted; the miso flavour was not as strong, but it was not in any way bland. It had a sweet aftertaste, and was the perfect companion to the salad. The salad was in a similar-sized bowl, with mixed greens, lettuce, three slices of cucumber, and thinly sliced carrots, topped with ginger carrot sauce with a tinge of miso flavour. The ginger sauce was excellent and was just the right amount. Soon after we finished the crisp all-vegetable salad, the server brought out the katsudon. It had steaming rice topped with strips of lightly fried pork, softly-cooked egg, thin shreds of seaweed, and three small slices of sweet pickled radish. The onion, the pork, and the moist white rice left a bit of sweetness in my mouth, and the radish accented that. I liked the mix of sweet, tangy and crunchy radish with the rice and meat, but my friend said it would have been better if it came as a side. The price range for a dinner dish is $10 to $27. I left the restaurant feeling satisfied, and promised myself that I would try the sushi next time and take advantage of the Karaoke they have on their 3rd and 4th floors (try the bar if you are 21 or up). The one tiny complaint I have about Fuji Mountain is their chopsticks. Their edges were simply too sharp for a comfortable grip. --Emily Yoon
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Joe Bell
2 years ago
I don't think I've had a specialty roll that I haven't enjoyed. They have a pretty wide variety of options as well. I eat here about once a week if possible!
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Cristin Dunn
3 years ago
Great sushi, great prices and friendly service.
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G S Ford
2 years ago
BOOM! I was visiting Philadelphia and my friends recommended this local sushi place. It was terrific. The sushi was fresh and delicious. The menu is extensive and the staff was terrific.
Arthur Davis
5 years ago
The food is always fresh and well presented. The staff is friendly but not overbearing. Whenever I have company from out of town, I try to bring them here. If you like Japanese food, you simply MUST try this restaurant.
Moe Lynch
10 months ago
Love this place.
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Dasha Cherepennikova
2 years ago
Super friendly service, good sushi, but a little pricey.

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