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Takashi
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18 W Market St Salt Lake City, UT 84101
18 West Market StreetUSUtahSalt Lake City84101
(801) 519-9595
Japanese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Bar
Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Today Closed
Sunday ClosedMonday 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–10PMTuesday 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–10PMWednesday 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–10PMThursday 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–10PMFriday 11:30AM–2PM, 5:30–11PMSaturday 5:30–11PM
Pushing the envelope of contemporary Japanese cuisine, Takashi presents unrivaled sushi, sahimi and hot dishes in a memorable downtown setting. SLC's most extensive selection of sake. Beer and wine.
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Japanese eatery & sushi bar featuring signature rolls & a big sake list in hip, contemporary digs.- Google
"Exceptional sushi that pairs well with a nice pot of hot green tea."
"Came here after a bad experience at the bar & grill next to it."
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Stacey Hane
2 weeks ago
Service & Food was delicious! We had a great waitress. The atmosphere is chic, romantic, contemporary & laid back. Food was fresh ! Absolutely delicious.
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Justin Burton
a week ago
Came here after a bad experience at the bar & grill next to it. It was the day after and I still had a bad experience from the grill. I came in and I will note, it was a VERY long wait. But you will understand that it is well worth the wait. Every single person in there was very kind and helpful while we waited, and had us happy before we were brought to the bar. The average price for the sushi (which all looked delicious) was great, being around $6- $8. And we were sat down right in front of the man who made our sushi. He cooked and cut with confidence, and would happily converse with you while you ate or waited. He gave great recommendations and would joke while he made your sushi. The taste of the sushi was worth every minute or dollar. Each sushi roll was fresh, and every peice of fish was shown right in front of you as he cut from it to freshly make it. He would agree to your every demand on what you wanted, and the waiters always kept you filled. I recommend this to everyone coming through here!
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David Robb
2 weeks ago
The best sushi ive had in salt lake thus far! It takes awhile to get a seat because they dont do reservations normally. We ended up at the bar, and i wouldnt sit anywhere else if i had the choice now. Being able to converse with the chefs while they make it right infront of you is fantastic! Plus you dont have to wait for a server to get your order, just give it directly to the chef.
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Casey Tanner
a month ago
Best restaurant/staff. In terms of food, try the sake tataki, wagyu nikumaki, bincho nigiri, Summit roll, ceviche, and iwana! Ask about the japanese whiskey cocktails and shochu!
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Frank Mansuetto
a month ago
This place really is great. I felt like I wasn't in the mid west for a moment but back home in New York. The waiters were great keeping the sake hot...or cold, we had both. I'm not a sushi connoisseur but I could definitely tell the difference between the freshness of the fish hear as opposed to other locations. If you're wanting to be hip, cool, or show off for someone this is a trendy place to come. You will spend double as compared to what you'll spend at other locations and if that's OK with you then I recommend it. I'd share more but I blacked out and threw up all over my waiter. It was a tip...
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Larry Cook
in the last week
I've eaten here many times. Generally very good. I like takashi's very spicy rolls: TNT roll with habanero dipping sauce is my fave, but I've noticed quality of fish decline over the years. Learned my lesson. Best sushi in town is Naked Fish followed by Tsunami or Takashi or Saba. Pick 'em.
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D Brewer
in the last week
I loved this place when it was on state street. The new location is nice, busy busy constantly. But I suppose that is good for business. I miss the state street local, personally, though I take friends and business associates here often. The atmosphere is jivey, and I am alway up for a Spider roll.
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Cameron McDougle
in the last week
This is impressive sushi for being in Utah. I would definitely eat here again. The sushi chef at the bar was knowledgeable and made the sushi quickly.

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