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  • Reviewed by: garydeal  on: //2020
    Very high quality sushi, expertly prepared, served with great beauty, and we have never been the least bit disappointed - except perhaps when the Ichiban roll was served with less than it's original beautiful presentation - it had been a great thing to behold for a few minutes before ruining it by eating it. It still was truly excellent (ichiban?). Be careful with the rolls that are deep-fried on the outside (Ichiban, Osaki, maybe others), they may still have small areas that are very hot, especially at the ends (I saw the master eating, and looked to see what it was - an Osaki roll). Also, explain to inexperienced children that the pickled ginger may be pink, but that does not mean that it is candy, and to be careful with the Wasabi until you are familiar with it - it is also top quality. We brought my friend's two grandsons, aged ten and twelve, and explained what they were eating, why it was that way, and what to notice about it - the ingredients, the textures, the layering of complementary flavors, the way the sauces melded with the flavors, cleansing one's palate to experience everything anew, and to our surprise they enjoyed it very much. Their father would never eat any asian food whatsoever, so they had extra fun going home to pester him to take the family to a sushi place. We haven't been there in a few weeks because of the whole virus thing, and we're getting hungry...
  • Reviewed by: garydeal  on: //2020
    Very high quality sushi, expertly prepared, served with great beauty, and we have never been the least bit disappointed - except when the Ichiban roll was served with less than it's original beautiful presentation - it had been a great thing to behold for a few minutes before ruining it by eating it. It still was truly excellent (ichiban?). Be careful with the rolls that are deep-fried on the outside (Ichiban, Osaki, maybe others), they may still have small areas that are very hot, especially at the ends (I saw the master eating, and looked to see what it was - an Osaki roll). Also, explain to inexperienced children that the pickled ginger may be pink, but that does not mean that it is candy, and to be careful with the Wasabi until you are familiar with it - it is also top quality. We haven't been there in a few weeks because of the whole virus thing, and we're getting hungry...
  • Reviewed by: jason-1106  on: //2020
    I've had osaki multiple times, and I loved the food, but this time was such a disappointment. After ordering online, I paid about $50 for 3 rolls, fried rice, and noodles. Now, the rolls were delicious, but the rice and noodles were extremely pathetic. The portion size of both were maybe $3 worth in total, when I paid $20. It's a shame too, considering when I come back to Dodge, I always look forward to eating at Osaki. I guess from now on, I'll be avoiding this place since being scammed leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I will say this wasn't an issue before, as my family consistently ate here every weekend.
  • Reviewed by: jeffcunningham  on: //2018
    Visiting from Seattle, I was very hesitant to try Kansas Sushi...but turned it to be pleasantly surprised. Food was flavorful, fresh tasting, beautiful and expertly prepared. As good or better than 80% of the places I’ve tried on the coast. Been here 8 times during this 6 week trip!
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