Last 2 times we reserved, had to wait 1/2 an hour. This time called twice to get specific table back left for 2 for wedding anniversary, had to be guaranteed. No problem they said.
Got there, at least 15 minutes same as last time.
The reserved table was loaded with rolls, so we knew another 1/2 hour wait absolute minimum.
Can we sit somewhere while wait, being in a 3' corridor with weak bladdered Sapporo drinkers and overloaded waitresses?
Of course SIR, you can try and find somewhere to sit outside in 80 degree weather and 90% humidity.
This not good I said, happened last twice we were here. Is it policy to treat customers like this?
Then a frumpy lady turns up and asks what's the problem (no communication with staff) I say we have a 7.30 reservation, and podium lady says > 15 minutes, which is obviously not true pointing to our reserved table loaded with rolls..
She then says it's only 7.28, and table will be ready in 2 minutes, but some other large table in the midst of the mindless noise that Sake induces. then starts screaming at us that I'M THE OWNER I'M THE OWNER, I'M THE OWNER, and suggested we didn't deserve to be in her little restaurant.
So we went to Sushi Q where we got seated in < 2 minutes despite a full restaurant, the SushiQ owner quietly makes brilliant sushi behind the counter, instead of grandstanding with ex customers.
If you want sushi in Nevada City, don't waste your time at S in the R. Go to SushiQ.
That is unless you have more time than you can use, in which case eat there every night, and you're Bay Area pension will soon be exhausted.
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