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Ahi Sushi Bar

Rated 3.44 out of 5 based on 84 reviews.
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1193 E. Winding Creek Dr. Eagle, ID 83616
208-938-3474
phone 208-938-3474
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Restaurant Description:

Ahi Sushi Bar is a Japanese restaurant located in Eagle, ID.

Meals Served:

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
Details:

  • Good for Groups
  • Good for Kids
Note: Please call and verify the above before making important plans.

Comments (20)add comment

=>>>Elkillr====> said:

SuperGreat!!!!!
Best Sushi in town!!!!
 
February 19, 2015
Votes: +0

Heather Parris said:

Excellent service and sushi !!!
Out of all the sushi bars I've been to, this tops the charts!! Having lived in Vegas, SLC, I know what excellent sushi is! Do yourself a favor and dine at ahi. You wIll not want anything else ;)
 
February 10, 2013
Votes: +0

Hayley said:

Pretty darn good
Went to Ahi for the first time today, I was a bit nervous from reading the other comments but found Ahi's to be a nice place. The price was reasonable, for two bino boxes which come with a main dish, rice, lettuce and sushi it was about $20. The sushi and teriyaki chicken tasted fantastic. The green tea was horrible however. The green tea ice cream on the other hand was fantastic. We dined at Ahi's at the end of lunch so the place was very quiet. It is nicely decorated and I would go back
 
January 31, 2012
Votes: +0

Rusty said:

...
AmAzInG SuShI !!! ....Hands down!

This place rivals any Japanese sushi restaurant anywhere in Los Angeles (where I have frequented many). The fish is extremely fresh, the staff friendly and dedicated to serve you. I have tried every sushi restaurant in Boise trying to find a sushi restaurant worth returning to. This was the only Boise and/or Eagle sushi restaurant that offers that "need to return" quality, worth driving to, ...we live in Boise, and return often.

Great job Randy and Daniel, ....keep up the good work! Anybody that downplays this restaurant does not have the experience of knowing good sushi when they see it, ...or eat it.
 
August 07, 2010
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wth said:

grand
why would i travel 8 hours for dinner to come back
 
April 18, 2009
Votes: +0

JazznSushiLover said:

Well...
I went for dinner... just me. I didn't get as much as I normally do for the same price as other places. Nothing wrong with this place, just more pricey than other places. Consider your zip code... too bad. There wasn't really anything special about it... but it was good. : )
 
January 22, 2009
Votes: +0

sushi man said:

Worth the price
AHI sushi is definitely worth the place
quality sushi is worth the high cost
 
December 03, 2008
Votes: +0

Another Eagle Resident said:

The BEST!!
We eat at Ahi at least every other week! WE LOVE IT! It's close and the Crunch Calif. Roll is to die for!!!! Best place in Eagle for some wonderful fish! smilies/grin.gif
 
March 20, 2008
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Sushi fan said:

Expensive - not all that
Shige's downtown has better food in my opinion at better prices. I won't likely return. I spent $20 on a lunch that wasn't quite enough food where at Shige's I'd spend $15-18 and enjoy the fish more.
 
March 07, 2008
Votes: -2

Sushi Lover said:

Ahi Sushi ROCKS!!
We have been to Ahi Sushi Bar in Eagle serveral different times. WE LOVE THE PLACE! Our service is always great (we like to sit with Deeandra or Jessie those gilrs are awesome!) The fish is aways top of the line fresh and the sushi chefs there know thier business! I think their prices are right alongside with the rest of the sushi places around boise and it is worth the drive to Eagle. If you want fresh fish, take my word for it, Ahi has the freshest! smilies/grin.gif
 
February 29, 2008
Votes: +1

Makua said:

Forget Ahi
Ahi is a great place, but if you want REAL good sushi and dont want to spend too much money, go to IOU sushi on milwaukee. 's 16 bucks a person for ALL YOU CAN EAT SUSHI and 23 bucks for dinner ALL YOU CAN EAT. and its not fake california roll nonsense. its real raw fish thats really good. and WELL worth it since its ALL YOU CAN EAT. the place is ran by natives of an island below Japan called Pohnpei. it's part of the federated states of Micronesia and their culture is influenced heavily by the japanese. so try it out before going back to Ahi. see the difference whether its good or bad. oh yeah, also some live entertainment. luau style.
 
February 20, 2008
Votes: +0

sushi man said:

Way over priced
4 people 1 of which is a 91 year old woman from japan paid 76.00 for lunch with no japanese tradition. food and drink served in plastic. not even 1 japanese staff in sight. fish was fresh for sure but still tsuru or fujiyama is better priced. over all not happy. Japanese fusion?? more like americanized japanese food.

smilies/cry.gif
 
February 13, 2008
Votes: -2

The Card Players said:

FINALLY!
Finally... an extremely good place to have Sushi!!! The dishes are creative...the fish is fresh and the staff is hospitable and friendly. This plays blows any other sushi bar out of the water. smilies/grin.gif
 
November 26, 2007
Votes: +0

Dj said:

You guys Rock!!
I just found my new favorite restaurant. Ahi is the best!! The staff (Randy, Danielson, Denny, Yoshi) are a great bunch to watch the BSU games with and the food is second to none. The place is VERY clean and the help is great.
Keep up the good work guys and lets go fishin!!)
 
October 31, 2007
Votes: +0

Southern Belle said:

if you want it fresh, go to Ahi
As a veteran sushi bar waitress and bartender, I have the desire every time a new sushi bar opens to go try it out. Well, when I went to Ahi everything was done very well. The sushi chefs obviously trained the servers there to know what the fish is, where it comes from, how it's caught and how it's served. AMAZING! The standards of Idaho sushi have been raised. Ahi sets the standards in which other sushi bars will or SHOULD aspire to reach. With one of the owners having a fish distribution company based out of San Diego you can tell the fish is hella fresh and they seem to have extremely reasonable prices. Not to mention that the first time I went, they had Bluefin Tuna for $12.50, the next time I went it was $11.00, when I asked why the price difference I was told that the owner got a better price on the Bluefin and he felt compelled to pass on the savings to his customers instead of charging the higher price. HOW COOL IS THAT? Service was impeccable and atmosphere was very relaxing yet high energy. LOVE IT!!!! WILL BE BACK!!!
 
October 11, 2007
Votes: +0

beaver brae resident said:

Ahi Sushi Bar slays THe competitors
The Price is right, PERIOD! Myself i will pay any amount for quality fish. I Try to avoid getting sick of of secound grade sushi. You can't mess around these days and Ahi Sushi understands that. smilies/cool.gif Thanks for the quality AHI SUSHI
 
September 24, 2007
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beaver brae resident said:

Ahi sushi slays all other sushi bars.
The price is right, PERIOD. Myself I am scared of getting sick and have no problem paying for quality fish.....
 
September 24, 2007
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Plumpy said:

Yumo!
After moving to California and back it was hard to find a Sushi joint that even compared to any of SoCal's sushi! This is the only place we have found that is even close! GREAT FOOD! GREAT PRICE
 
September 17, 2007
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micronMan said:

Pricey but good
Agreed with visitor below. Lunch for 2 came to about $35.00. I have the say the place was very upscale and clean. The staff was also great.
 
September 11, 2007
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Eagle Resident said:

expensive lunch venue
Good food if you are willing to spend $15-20 for lunch. No lunch menu. Dinner menu pricing. Good sushi, but nothing special. It is cleaner than Sakura which is a big advantage. Too bad they don't have a nice rice bowl, or a few sushi lunch specials.
 
September 11, 2007
Votes: +0

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