The cowboy roll is phenomenal. The waiters and waitresses really know the menu and are willing to help you out with any questions you may have. If you are like me (grew up using raw fish for bait), you will need some education on what is what on the menu. Try everything! I have not found a bad dish, yet. If you are looking for a unique feel to your lunch -take your shoes off and sit cross legged at the traditional table. It will make you wish you wore breathable shoes, but it is worth it.
Not impressed. I was not impressed by Sushi Neko at all. I love Musashi's which is directly across the road from Sushi Neko and I've always heard raves about Sushi Neko so wanted to give it a go and wish I hadn't. The sushi was almost a warm temperature which made it aweful and it was a bit salty, when asked by our waitor we told him our honest opinion without being rude and not that we expected a compensation but none was even offered. I wasn't impressed so I won't be going back. As I understand it, both restaurants have the same owner so they'll still get my business at Musashi's.
Not as good as they say.
I have to say, I was not too impressed. We ordered various rolls and tempura udon. The broth of udon was way too salty and rolls were not very fresh or special.
Will not be going back.
There's a reason it's so buzy. Best to make reservations.. The uni shooters are the best found anywhere. It is best to make reservations if you want a seat. Great wine list as well.
Great food, Great atmosphere. After hearing all my girlfriends at work rave about Sushi Neko, is was determined to try it. My dateand I went on a Sunday night. The food was fresh, tasty, and appealing. The staff was very helpful in choosing an appropriate dish. Prices are very reasonable. The ambience was great, good lighting. A little small, but very cozy. Friendly staff and even when it's busy you have prompt service. Neko is my favorite sushi house in OKC. I recommend the Red Canyon!!
Good but $$$. We have been to Sushi Neko on several occassions. They have very good food Sushi but it is pricey! Location is good and service was very good. Atmosophere is great to take clients, friends, etc.
horrible sushi...I would not call that torro. more like poor quality tuna. The service wasn't that good either. I first received my martini in a shot glass. then asked for a glass of ice for my shot (martini) and they gave me a huge glass with ice. Finally received a martini glass and my $10 shot/martini wasn't even half of the martini glass. The torro sushi was bad. I wouldn't call it torro more like poor quality tuna, at least it wasn't over $4 and the roll we ordered was mainly mayonaise...yuk!
worst sushi in oklahoma. i eat sushi at least 3 times a week. i go to niko only if the other places are closed. their service is very poor. quality of fish is poor. the good sushi bars close at nine. niko closes at 11 which is the only plus about them if you're addicted to sushi like me.
Good local sushi in a chic setting. Attracting a lot of attention from the socialites of Nichols Hills and other posh residential areas nearby, Sushi Neko offers a great atmosphere and decent cuisine to satisfy us landlocked sushi lovers in Oklahoma City. Be prepared to drop between $20 and $40 for a good meal, but it's definitely worth it for an occasional treat.
Sushi Neko took my sushi virginity! And I loved every minute!. When I first went into Sushi Neko I had my doubts- especially when I saw all the fish behind the glass at the susi bar. However, daring to try something new, I gave it a shot...and became a Sushi fiend. There is a club that you can join- it's totally worth it.
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