Pro's: good food, quick service, convinient on-street parking. Great local sushi place. Con's: dusty not a lot of places to sit.
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This restaurant is consistently delicious at a fair price. It is our go to place when we want Japanese local food.
I ordered the sashimi dinner, which includes a salad, rice and miso soup, and the two-shrimp tempura appetizer. $30. Wow! I wish we had a Sushi-Teri in our town. Very attentive server, too.
Horrible food: tonkatsu like a leather shoe sole; tempura udon....I don't know what the broth was flavored with...(Worchestershire sauce?) and nothing but noodles, no scallion, no mushrooms, no fishcake, no nothing but funky broth - horrid surprise! Won't return.
Stopped here for sushi on our first night in Santa Barbara on our Pacific Coast roadtrip. Definitely the best sushi I've ever eaten and probably one of the best meals out I've ever had. Everything was fresh and delicious, particularly recommend the dragon rolls -...More
Stopped by in December 2016 on my way to the Granada. This is an easy stop to make near downtown Santa Barbara. I love the menu and frequent other Sushi Teri's as well. Ordered a Rainbow Roll, side dishes, a number of spicy tuna type...More
Outdoor seating on the porch, rolls and Chirashi available. The food is very good, and not too pricey for Santa Barbara.
We were just driving by and pulled in for a late night bite to eat. The place was pretty packed on a Tuesday night. We ordered a large specialty roll and some spicy tuna rolls. We also had a pork belly appetizer which was very...More
Reasonably priced, good fresh sushi and good rolls. The tempura is a surprisingly good dish, as is the (a bit over-priced) chirashi sushi bowl. If you like hamachi kama, you can sometimes find it. A family, informal, friendly place to eat off the tourist track.