Great food, the service could better.. We've been going to Jun for 2 years now and the food has always been great. The service is not s good; the waitresses seem rude and their comments are short and to the point. Our orders have always been fresh and accurate. The Dublin/Academy restaurant is cozier than the one on Centeniwl Blvsd. We'll be going back again with my mother in law and my stepdaughter and her fiancé next week!
WORST HAPPY HOUR IN ALL OF COLORADO SPRINGS!!. WORST HAPPY HOUR IN ALL OF COLORADO SPRINGS!!! I can't believe that they have the nerve to call the prices they charge happy hour! They just give you 1/2 the amount of food at regular price ANYWHERE ELSE!!! EXAMPLE: 2 pieces of nigiri sushi @ happy hour = $4-5.... which means during normal hours 2 pieces of sushi = $8-10.... that is OUTRAGEOUS! and I love sushi, I have been to lots of sushi places all over the world, including Japan (where they serve REAL sushi for cheaper then the crap you get here).... and this is by far the worst in the world that I have had to experience. DONT EVER GO HERE, SAVE YOUR MONEY, GO ANYWHERE ELSE!!!!!!!
Great Sushi, Bad Service. I love Jun's sushi, I would even say its the best sushi I've ever had. But both locations have horrible sevice. The waitstaff is rude, they ignore you, and when they mess up, they don't make it right. I had ordered a vegetable tempura to-go and instead got all mushrooms which I hate. I called and they said I could get a new one next time, took my info, and when I called back to get the tempura, the lady was literally yeling at me telling me that she didn't have my name anywhere. That's the only time I've had to deal with a messed up order but everytime I eat there, I take it to-go. I've never had a server that made me feel welcome or comfortable. They seem like they have some place else to be... and in the service industry, that is not how things should be done.
Great service and sushi!. Sat at the sushi bar and had a great time! Sushi was spot on.
bad service bad food.
As soon as we walked in, it seemed like we were a burden to them. No smile, no courtesy, just a "hurry up and order" vibe.
The food took forever and it wasn't even that good. The sushi rice was old and stale and you can tell the quality of the fish was not good.
Also, not once did the waitress come back and offer refill for our drinks.
When we were all done and paid for the food, the waitress looked at each receipt to see how much tip we put. I thought that was very rude. Also I was so disappointed, I did not leave a tip (I rarely do this) and she muttered some profanity under her breath.
Fire these old, angry waitresses and hire young, cheery ones.
We love Jun's!.
We have been eating at Jun's every few months for over 10 years - We have seen the same chef upon every visit.
Now we have 3 children (6,4 & 2) that LOVE to go to Jun's too!
Our little ones enjoy eating at the low tables and they just eat up everything - sushi and all. It is one of the only places we ever eat out at here in the Springs.
Their sushi is authentic (if you want it to be)they will make any requests that you have - I have eaten sushi in many parts of the world so feel equipped to draw a comparison
(you can order the 'cooked' rolls if that is more to your taste), fresh and affordable.
The staff are always friendly and have no problems helping those less familiar decipher the menu.
Our family has enjoyed everything from the Udon to Tempura to the sashimi it is always fresh,tasty and we have NEVER had any issues with stomach upsets (obviously, otherwise we would not give to our small children or return to the restuarant) and neither have we ever heard of anyone becoming sick after a meal at Jun's (we have lots of friends and family that eat their on a regular basis too).
If you prefer a fancier atmosphere you could go to the Garden of the God's one, but we as a family, prefer the original location.
Of course the sushi in Japan is more authentic (as it should be) but the restaurant also has to cater to the taste of the area, and as far as this area (and many throughout the world) goes, this is absolutely as good as it gets!
Don't Eat The Chicken. On June 19 my wife and three out of town friends ate the chicken and with-in hours were all suffering from Montazuma's Revenge - The owner refused to even call back to apologize but instead, accused us of lying because no other complaints were received. Not looking for free food or money back - Don't need either. Just an apology ... we'll see ...
Nothing special here.. I went to Jun's on Academy. Although they get points for having very original combinations and a large variety of sushi, the sushi seemed very sloppy, not fresh at all.
Jun's on Centennial. Obviously, the other folks don't venture out much!! I've been to both of Jun's restaurants. The food is excellent and they will prepare any combination you request. The sushi is fresh and expertly prepared. For ambience, visit the new location on Centennial. Due to the popularity, you need to get there before 5:30pm or wait until 7:30pm to get the best seating. Great view at night.
Jun's new restaurant on Centennial Blvd.. This may be just the best, freshest sushi in Colorado!!! If you like sushi, the sushi bar and chefs at Jun's are well worth the drive up Filmore to Centennial... Jun's new restaurant's fine woodworking and decor is warm and inviting. The hibachi menu and regular menu are excellent, as well.
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