Love this place!. My family and I love Japanese restaurants with a show. We have been to others and were pleased to learn of Fujiyama opening just 5 minutes from our house. Not only was the food incredible but the show was wonderful and my boys were truly amazed. Fujiyama is now a family favorite and I would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for good food and a fun show!
Great service!. I loved the food, great service, fun to watch the hibachi grill, and very traditional decor. I also loved the live music on the weekends!!
Amazing!!. Amazing! try the monkey brain...it's my favorite, and they make a mean saketini.The new location looks great and is truly a fabulous place for dinner.
Favorite!. This is my spot for sushi in CO Springs. They have an arrange of happy hours and yummy selections of rolls. I try to stop by on every trip.
Great!. The best sushi I've ever had,and I've been eating sushi for years. The fish is melt-in-your-mouth fresh.Fujiyama raises the bar so high that it's now difficult to eat at "normal" sushi restaurants.
Pretty Good, But Not the Best. Being an avid sushi goer I love trying new places all the time. I was really impressed with their selection because they have many specialty rolls and some that I would have never thought to try like strawberrries and mangos on top, but it was pretty delicious. I was a bit disappointed with the sushi bc I felt like there was a lot of hype for this place. It was pretty good sushi but not mind-blowing. I love the atmosphere though and I go often during their luch specials since it's half off rolls. :]
Bad service, good food.
We went to Fujiyama on Friday night. The place was busy but not slammed (we were seated right away). The waitress took an unusually long time to stop by initially, but took our drink orders. We turned in our sushi menu to the sushi chef and then waited for our drinks. We had sushi before we had drinks. It a was very disappointing experience since this was our first trip to Fuji since they opened in the newly remodeled building.
The decor was very nice as was the atmosphere and food, but our timely wait service left a lot to be desired.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it!. Fujiyama used to be one of my favorite places to go eat in Colorado Springs so I was very excited for the grand reopening of the newly remodeled restaurant. Instead, I was extremely disappointed by the quality of service. It all started when I pulled up to the parking valet, who spent 15 whole seconds looking me up and down as if trying to see if I was good enough to eat at his restaurant before he even said one word to me. After we were seated, my friends and I noticed that all of the old servers do not work there anymore. It was about 5-10 minutes later before our server arrived to take our drink orders which took another 15 minutes to even arrive. One of us had ordered a martini, which was not made the way he ordered it, and it also took way too long to even get to the table. We were the first table to be seated in our section, yet every other table received complimentary miso soup and we did not. After our order was placed, it took about an hour for the appetizers to arrive. Almost two hours of waiting later, our sushi was still not here. During that time, we watched every table in our section get more and more angry, and eventually all four tables in our section got up and left the restaurant. The management made no effort to stop customers from leaving, or apologize to them for the poor service. Eventually we decided to leave as well. Fujiyama has failed epically trying to come across as a more upscale restaurant than they were before. The staff really is what makes a restaurant what it is, and the new Fujiyama has horrible new servers (who all look about 18 years old and were hired for their haircuts instead of their experience) and deplorable customer service. This was probably the worst restaurant experience I've ever had in my entire life. I will never go back to Fujiyama and I do not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
Really nice. I loved this place!!! The food was fast and hot. I know someone said the sushi was warm but even fresh fish shouldnt be served cold but room temp. It depends on if your sushi has cooked ingredients, like tempura. I was really impressed with the variety and creativity of the sushi rolls on offer and I cant wait to go back and try more. One of our favorites was the Madame Butterfly roll. I also had the bento lunch box and it was awesome! The salmon teriyaki was hot and delicious and it came with rice, tempura, salad, soup and two California rolls!! I was really impressed and left feeling full and so happy that I'd had such a healthy lunch. We didnt have any drinks other than tea but it was very traditional and the drink menu looked very creative and they have a large selection of alcohols on display. Its a nice downtown location with beautiful decor. Polite service to boot, cant wait to go again!!!
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