Tulsa >Food & Dining > Fuji At Brookside
Kitchen slow. The atmosphere of this place was sedating however, the back kitchen must've ran into a few troubles because it took over 20 minutes to receive a bowl of noodles. The business was slow. Sat at the bar and the sushi chef(s) got that part of the order out fast. Server was a little abrupt and elsewhere. Food was excellent, however. Will give it one more try.
Fuji's atmosphere was good and the booths semi-private. The service was good and attentive. Very pleasant.
The green tea smelled a bit like fish so I didn't drink it. It was served in a very large cup which I also didn't like because it had no handle on it. I couldn't hold it until the tea cooled down quite a bit and then it wasn't "hot tea" anymore.
The shrimp chips at the beginning of the meal went over well. The hot towel was awesome!
The house salad was small and satisfying except that the fried noodles on the top were stale and hard to chew. The seaweed soup had 2 small bits of tofu in it but the rest was basically broth. It was ok.
I ordered the Ten Don and believe me, it was MORE food than I could eat! Delicious and just plain good!!!
Dessert was not suggested by the waitress and not offered as far as I knew because there was no dessert menu but after the Ten Don, I didn't have room anyway.
Definitely bring the coupon because the total bill can be a bit pricey.
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We've dined at Fuji several times.
They have a special 2 can dine for $15.95. We have enjoyed that great deal a lot.
Have only visit the Peoria location.
Service has been good every time.
Love the warm wash cloth for your hands.
Great dining experience.
My daughter in Aspen is a Sushi Enthusiast. Next time she comes to town, Fuji will be our destination.
Best in Tulsa. sushi is best in town that I have had. I was born and raised in Tulsa but now live in california. Fuji is the only place in Tulsa that competes against the coast.
Great food.. alright service.. They probably have the best sushi in Tulsa, however the service seems to be a bit sketchy. Sometimes it is great and sometimes it is slow. They food is definitely worth the trip there, though.
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