KAMINO SUSHI AND MORE

Sushi Restaurant in Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington, US
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Featured Review:

  • Janet Brookes
  • 3 months ago
We had a wonderful lunch yesterday, eating outside. The staff were attentive and helpful. We choose to eat food with a Burmese flavor and it was delicious, especially the dessert

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Address: 372 Roy St, Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington  98109, US
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About the Business:

KAMINO SUSHI AND MORE is a Sushi restaurant located at 372 Roy St, Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington  98109, US.

The business is listed under sushi restaurant, asian restaurant, burmese restaurant, noodle shop, pho restaurant category. It has received 31 reviews with an average rating of 4.5 stars. Their services include No-contact delivery, Takeout, Dine-in, Delivery .

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Reviews:

  • Janet Brookes
  • 3 months ago
We had a wonderful lunch yesterday, eating outside. The staff were attentive and helpful. We choose to eat food with a Burmese flavor and it was delicious, especially the dessert
  • Anthony James
  • 4 months ago
The plug from the air conditioner pulled loose when I opened the door. So my first impression of this restaurant was getting smacked in the face by a super heavy plug swinging down into my cheek. Luckily it was the flat side. If it had been the prong end, I probably would have needed stitches. Or worse, if it had hit my eye. The person working spoke so little English that he didn't even respond beyond nodding when I told him he needed to tape the plug up so it wouldn't fall on people. The Burmese curry was OK, but I'm suspicious they dumbed it way down for me. It was very mild, both in spice and spiciness. Really unique, though. It was like a cross between a haystack and Tuskemen (Japanese dipping noodles). It's just a shame that they skimped on the flavor. Oh, and the assaulting my face thing. Not a great first impression, unfortunately. It's a real shame. The last place (Vietnamese) also had reasonable food, but atrocious service. I was really hoping the change of hands would turn...
  • Naichoy Johnny Saechao
  • 5 months ago
This was my first time eating over here and I was very impressed. First off the servers/ cook was very welcoming and friendly. And the food portions was very nice. Even tho my order was brought out wrong, the cook apologized & fixed it and brought out my new hot plate of yakisoba noodles. I wanna try the pho and Thai options in next time. Thank you for y'all service I hope to return again in the future.
  • Lessa Lamb
  • 6 months ago
The selections were geared towards more mixed Asian cuisine than just sushi, and there were a couple problems with our food: my driving partners' miso soup was not warm when it came out, and there was seaweed salad (made with sesame seeds and oil) with my sashimi platter order even though I had told the server I was allergic to sesame. They remade the soups and the sashimi platter, and the second time around everything was quite good. The service was friendly, at least, but I wouldn't necessarily go there looking for robust sushi options.
  • Jeff Thungc
  • 9 months ago
This place just opened up and had to give it a try. What I like about this place is that they have so many menu items to choose from. I suppose the name says it all. You can get more than sushi. You can experience some of the unique ethnic foods from Myanmar. The ingredients are fresh. For me, sushi has to be fresh, especially the fish. The rice wrap has to be soft, not cold and hard. The customer service was amazing.

Health and Safety:

  • Mask required
  • Staff wear masks
  • Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits

Services:

  • No-contact delivery
  • Takeout
  • Dine-in
  • Delivery

Offers:

  • Comfort food
  • Healthy options
  • Organic dishes
  • Quick bite
  • Small plates
  • Vegetarian options

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Here are some reviews from our users.

"We had a wonderful lunch yesterday, eating outside. The staff were attentive and helpful. We choose to eat food with a Burmese flavor and it was delicious, especially the dessert"

"The plug from the air conditioner pulled loose when I opened the door. So my first impression of this restaurant was getting smacked in the face by a super heavy plug swinging down into my cheek. Luckily it was the flat side. If it had been the prong end, I probably would have needed stitches. Or worse, if it had hit my eye. The person working spoke so little English that he didn't even respond beyond nodding when I told him he needed to tape the plug up so it wouldn't fall on people. The Burmese curry was OK, but I'm suspicious they dumbed it way down for me. It was very mild, both in spice and spiciness. Really unique, though. It was like a cross between a haystack and Tuskemen (Japanese dipping noodles). It's just a shame that they skimped on the flavor. Oh, and the assaulting my face thing. Not a great first impression, unfortunately. It's a real shame. The last place (Vietnamese) also had reasonable food, but atrocious service. I was really hoping the change of hands would turn things around. No such luck, unfortunately."

"This was my first time eating over here and I was very impressed. First off the servers/ cook was very welcoming and friendly. And the food portions was very nice. Even tho my order was brought out wrong, the cook apologized & fixed it and brought out my new hot plate of yakisoba noodles. I wanna try the pho and Thai options in next time. Thank you for y'all service I hope to return again in the future."

"The selections were geared towards more mixed Asian cuisine than just sushi, and there were a couple problems with our food: my driving partners' miso soup was not warm when it came out, and there was seaweed salad (made with sesame seeds and oil) with my sashimi platter order even though I had told the server I was allergic to sesame. They remade the soups and the sashimi platter, and the second time around everything was quite good. The service was friendly, at least, but I wouldn't necessarily go there looking for robust sushi options."

"This place just opened up and had to give it a try. What I like about this place is that they have so many menu items to choose from. I suppose the name says it all. You can get more than sushi. You can experience some of the unique ethnic foods from Myanmar. The ingredients are fresh. For me, sushi has to be fresh, especially the fish. The rice wrap has to be soft, not cold and hard. The customer service was amazing."

KAMINO SUSHI AND MORE has 4.5 stars from 31 reviews.

The address of KAMINO SUSHI AND MORE is 372 Roy St, Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington, US.

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