9271 Park Meadows Dr, Lone Tree, CO | Directions 8012439.555172 -104.881992
HORRIBLE SERVICE, HORRIBLE FOOD, GO AT YOUR OWN RISK.
A co-worker and I saw their coupon in the Denver Tech Center Lunch Hour book and decided we'd give it a try. We got there about 10 min after 11, the place was empty, it took them 5 min to seat us, then when they did another 10 min before they took our drink order. We only have an hour lunch break like most people.
We ordered Sushi, Muscles, Chicken Teriyaki Lunch Box, and Spicy Chicken Lunch Box. The avocado was BROWN in the Sushi, their Miso soup wasn't ready yet so they gave us this watered down chicken broth with three tinny slices of mushroom to pass it off as Clear soup. We were not amused.
After sitting for way longer than we could afford to w/o being 10 min late to work, we told the waiter once we found him to please make it to-go, we only have an hour lunch. We waited another 5 min, got the food and left...both of our lunches were COLD! Both the rice and Chicken were cold and tasted horrible. The Muscles still have left a funny taste in my mouth and my stomach is rolling. The pot-stickers were also cold and the sauce they gave us to go with them was mostly vinegar with just a little bit of soy for coloring.
Overall this was the WORST dining experience I've had in a long time and some of the WORST food ever. I wouldn't recommend it, and in our office we have put up the chopsticks on the bulletin board to warn off our co-workers not to go.
Good food, bland and sterile environment.
Kasai is basically Benihana without the fun frills. The food was okay and we had no complaints, but it doesn't make up for a lackluster dining experience. The cook we had was great and very friendly, but the wait staff was pushy and impatient (We had about 2 minutes to eat our soups and salads before we had the waitress asking us if we were done)
The restaurant is set up so that you can either eat sushi at the bar, or order meats that are cooked on a giant grill. The seating is such that you sit around with a bunch of strangers, and we just so happened to be placed with a family containing two small children. I am okay with kids going out to dine with their parents, but I am not okay with a restaurant dispersing the children with regular adult patrons. I was annoyed that our conversation would have to be one that is suitable for little ears, and that everything that would be said would be heard by kids, not to mention, I am not going to pay 75 dollars for a dinner where I have to watch a 6 year old shove chopsticks up her nose.
I don't know why this place would be recommended for a romantic dinner, because we could barely have an adult dinner as it was with the kids, and although kids are free to eat anywhere and that's fine, it was irresponsible of the restaurant and a bad judgment call to put familes and groups of adults together.
This is a very "Highlands Ranch" restaurant that has been dulled down for the suburbanites and their 2.4 kids. There is no decoration whatsoever, and it's just a big, bland open space that is visually boring.
I guess it's a great place for kids, but as an adult, I don't recommend it.
Lurch. haha , i know what you are talking about. he was yelling at all the staff and making a total fool out of himeslf. Kasai does have good sushi and good appitizers , reasonable pricing too. Good looking friendly staff for the most part. Had a waiter named blaine that was really funny and cute. Seemed young but was good at his job. The chef was funny , and quick. his name was chase. Would go back if i knew that the lurching chinaman was out of the picture over there. i give Kasai a 10/10!
Knives whirl and shrimp tails fly at this Park Meadows Japanese eatery..
Kasai chefs are among the elite teppanyaki chefs in the state. Teppanyaki cooking is the traditional form of cooking over a large, flat iron grill while diners are seated around watching; chefs perform acrobatic feats with cutlery as they produce tasty stir-fry dishes that blend steak, poultry, tofu and seafood with an assortment of vegetables. Kasai also boasts one of the freshest sushi bars in the area touting a wide selection of rolls and sashimi.
good food. great food. great prices. the sushi happy hour is amazing. the manager kevin assisted me in my meal and help me make the right choice . The JFC was incredible. i had a server name jake that was phenominal! he insisted that i tried the lava roll and some dragon roll. Best suishi i ever tasted! theres a weird guy that walks around that has funky breath and looks like lurch . he scared me after hovering over my plate breathing heavey asking how it was. Keep him in back! hes gross. The grill is amazing. YOYO is so entertaining that my 3 kids actually arent jumping around beating eachother up when hes presence. the best resturaunt in town i think. Good job KASAI!
Great for a change. The restuarant has a good atmosphere with plenty of grills so the wait is not long and the staff is friendly. Good size bar if you do have to wait you can easily get a drink. The wine list and sushi was excellent but the actual meal left something to be desired. This is a great place to change up the routine and that is about it. They do have a sushi happy hour to keep in mind until 6:30pm.
Great sushi, the best Ive had in the Denver area. I am so glad this restaurant has opened. I havent been able to find decent sushi since I moved to Denver. They have a great variety of specialty rolls, which are quite creative (something I had not been able to find here). They also give you large portions of fish. The only con is the prices are quite high, but I guess you are paying for the increased portions of fish.
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