29 Anne St S, Barrie, ON L4N 2C6, Canada

Restaurant, Food

705-719-1861

http://www.konoesushi.com/



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Lucie Robillard said 4 years ago
Best sushi I've ever had!!! The Sunshine and Green Goddess specialty rolls were amazing!!! So was the house salad and chuka seaweed salad. Totally recommend this place for the great quality and awesome service.
Gregg Cameron said 5 years ago
This place is fantastic! Great service, very helpful explaining and suggesting. Food is very good quality! Specialty rolls are amazing and very original. You will pay more but the good is well worth it. Far better than all you can eat.
Kristian said 5 years ago
I should've clued in that this restaurant was no good by the simple fact that on a Friday evening at 6pm, I was the only customer. I'm originally from Toronto so I've had a good sampling of the ideal Japanese and Korean dining experience. This place left a lot to be desired. I ordered a galbi dinner, which in most restaurants, would've included the Miso soup and kimchi. I had to order both separately. I also ordered a red dragon roll. The Miso soup was fine but was not worth the $2.25 for such a small bowl. The kimchi was mediocre. The red dragon roll was quite tiny and the ingredients did not taste fresh; the fact that it was slathered with teriyaki sauce did not help matters. I mentioned before that I was the only customer. This allowed me to hear the microwave being used in the back. When my galbi came, it was served on a metal plate usually reserved for sizzling and grilled platters, but sure enough, it was clearly microwaved and had a rubbery texture. The only redeeming quality was the polite server. My total bill was $56.35 including an ice tea. Final verdict, extremely overpriced for the quality of food, or more accurately, lack of quality. Definitely avoid this place.
Rachel D. said 5 years ago
Ordered takeout from here and was not impressed. The $9 veggie tempura came with 2 pieces of broccoli and 3 pieces of squash, that's it, not worth $9 in any way and the tempura was weird (chewy). The agedashi tofu (one of my favourite dishes) was the worst I've ever had, not even edible. The chukka seaweed salad looked discoloured and tasted old. The miso soup had a really weird (not in a good way) taste. The only redeeming factor was the sushi sampler that was fresh and cold and delicious.
AnneMarie Dupuis said 4 years ago
Best sushi in barrie. Atmosphere, quality and willingness to create a personalized experience. Delicious!

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