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Comment Archives: Locations: Restaurants: Vietnamese: 5 Stars

Re: “Mr. Le's Sushi

BEST sushi in the northland!

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Posted by Sushi on 05/15/2013 at 1:50 PM

Re: “Mr. Le's Sushi

Every time i go to mr lees the environment has always been CLEAN and a friendly welcoming atmosphere. I have had sushi saki pho and something else i can't even remember the name but i only remember the taste...i give my recommendations and hats off to MR.LEE...VERY NICE MAN....

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Posted by Alecia Parker on 01/29/2013 at 6:18 PM

Re: “Mr. Le's Sushi

Amazing fresh sushi!!! Every time we go we try something new and it is always delicious!

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Posted by Abby Humphrey on 06/03/2012 at 10:57 AM

Re: “Mr. Le's Sushi

The food was phenomenal! I tried several different rolls and liked everything I ordered. Each order of sushi rolls was 6-8 pieces and between $4.50 and $11.00. We went here because of the recommendation of others, and I too would recommend it to others!
Rating Detail:
Food: 5
Service: 3
Atmosphere: 4
Value: 5
Overall: 5

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Posted by Ryan on 01/06/2010 at 1:22 AM

Re: “Mr. Le's Sushi

this is a small little place and almost hidden. The food is amazing. make sure and try their "913" sushi roll. their spicy crab salad sushi is awesome too!
Rating Detail:
Food: 5
Service: 5
Atmosphere: 4
Value: 5
Overall: 5

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Posted by April on 07/12/2008 at 11:05 AM

Re: “Sung Son

I had heard about this place. But when I heard that the place had a new opened a new buffet and noddle bar for lumch, I had to go and check it out. I had heard that the Vietnamese food was bland. It was especially at recent place I tried in Kansas City but to my delight, not at this place. I had tried Vietnamese food in other parts of the country and I knew Vietnamese food was better then this bland restuarant before. But here at this new buffet and noodle bar, you can see immediately the character and what Vietnamese food really tastes like. When I entered, I chose 1 of 11 different noodle type soups, made to order by one of the cooks ( noodles with either tofu, beef and others). While that was being prepared fresh, I sampled the buffet area. The dishes were not really spicy but well seasoned. The best was the slightly spicy sweet tomato tofu. The spicy yellow curry chicken was excellent and was thick and spicy sweet not spicy hot and was very good. The beef stew in a nice brown broth and vegetables was excellent too and had a lot of flavor. The non fried spring rolls had a lot of vegetables and was very good in the hot sour sauce or the peanut like sauce. The crab rangoon was okay and the Goi Ga chicken salad was bland. The chinese General t'sao was surprisingly good , not too sweet, moist and not burnt to a crisp. Hunan chicken and the Moo Go Gai Pan chicken were better then I had expected. One of the premier ones I heard of the tempura like sweet potatoes were mushy and not very good.But it was the noodle soup I wanted to find out about. I ordered the meatball version s I heard about it. It came with vermicelli, vegetables and jalapeno strips in a clear tasty broth. The beef ball was actually cut into little strips. It was little chewy and did not have much flavor. The owner and staff were very cordial. I definitely will come back with my wife and my son is interested too.
Rating Detail:
Food: 5
Service: 5
Atmosphere: 5
Value: 5
Overall: 5

Posted by Eric on 05/19/2008 at 7:06 PM

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