Results

Evaluation results

1.       How was the quality of sushi?

  • Outstanding – 0 (0%)
  • Excellent – 11 (65.0%)
  • Very good – 6 (35.0%)
  •  Good – 0 (0%)
  •  Not very good – 0 (0%)

2.       Was the meal presented elegantly?

  • Outstanding – 5 (29.0%)
  • Excellent – 10 (59.0%)
  •  Very good – 2 (12.0%)
  •  Good – 0 (0%)
  •  Not very good – 0 (0%)

3.       Was the amount of food adequate?

  • Too much – 6 (35.0%)
  • Excellent –  8 (47.0%)
  • Very good – 3 (18.0%)
  • Good – 0 (0%)
  • Not very good – 0 (0%)

4.       Thinking about value for money, how would you describe it?

  • Outstanding – 4 (24.0%)
  • Excellent – 10 (59.0%)
  • Very good – 3 (18.0%)
  • Good – 0 (0%)
  • Not very good – 0 (0%)

5. How was the service at this restaurant?

  • Outstanding – 3 (18.0%)
  • Excellent – 10 (59.0%)
  • Very good – 4 (24.0)
  • Good – 0 (0%)
  • Not very good – 0 (0%)

6. How would you rate your overall satisfaction?

  • Ø Eight – 12
  • Ø Eight point five – 1
  • Ø Nine – 1
  • Ø Ten – 3
  • Ø Overall Rating Average =  8.4

 

Comments

 

–          Nice, thanks! With more traditional sushi rolls, it would be better

–          Very generous

–          This was very good (but I liked the restaurant at Lake St. Louis a bit better). However, it was still very good.

–          I did not care about the soup. I liked the sushi & the dumplings. I did not like the dessert. Thank you for this experience!

–          Green tea cheesecake in dark chocolate. Yummm!

–          More introductions.

–          Green tea was too strong, I think. The California roll with fried crispy top was my favorite. Arigato!

–          Loved the wasabi special! Thank you. The miso soup was not very good. I also think the chocolate on the cheesecake would have been better if milk chocolate instead of dark.

–          Food was beautifully presented.

–          Fantastic

–          Hard to find if unfamiliar with this area. The green tea cheesecake in dark chocolate was out of this world. Dessert was great. Gyoza was very good.

–          Miso soup was slightly odd. Seemed to have a garlicky flavor and the mushrooms were not very good – a little brown, chewy.

–          The dinner was elegant and very creative. Each dish was beautifully presented. The restaurant severed new type of sushi that the Sushi Club has not seen or tasted. It showed the amount of preparation that went into this special meal!!! It was very generous for the price. Edamame and sunomono were perfect way of stating the meal. Futomaki had five or six different materials in it and beautifully wrapped in soy paper. I enjoyed “yamagobo” (Japanese pickled burdock root). Wasabi special roll had a nice crunchy tempura flakes with spicy sauce. It went well with other sushi rolls. Dessert was delicious. Service was well coordinated. Food was brought to the table in a timely manner (which is not easy when the table has nearly 20 seats). Servers gave us explanations of food items. Tea and water was refilled regularly. In addition, the restaurant gave us a printed copy of information about the history of sushi and edamame. The teapot Wasabi uses is unique.