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Happy Fish Sushi & Martini Bar

Rated 2.86 out of 5 based on 37 reviews.
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855 Broad St. Boise, ID 83702 208-343-4810
phone 208-343-4810
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Restaurant Description:

Happy Fish Sushi & Martini Bar is a Japanese restaurant located in Boise, ID.

Meals Served:

  • Lunch
  • Dinner

  • Good for Groups
  • Good for Kids
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Casual Diner said:

Yumm Yumm
I have been into the Happy Fish a number of times over the last 5 years. The service has been hit and miss in the past but I have figured out the formula. SIT AT THE BAR. I have had a number of bartenders there and all of them have been friendly and prompt. My wife and I really enjoy going in on Wed, Thrs or Friday nights when our favorite bartender (Jacob) is working. He is always quick witted, friendly, and makes incredible c**ktails, both on and off the menu. The food is always great and has gotten better with the addition of Sushi Chef Atushi, former owner of Zutto's. The price is a little higher than most places but the service and food are worth the money, in my opinion. A+
November 03, 2009
Votes: +0

CCC said:

We visited this restaurant about a month ago. My SO and I sat at the sushi bar at an off time of the day for eating, so the restaurant was mostly empty. The two Itamae were busy making orders to-go, but not too busy to chat with us. Their service and company were both excellent. The waitress was offbeat and seemed a bit confused, although still polite. Maybe people don't typically order directly from the chefs there.
All of the fish was very fresh. The octopus could have been a little fresher, but it wasn't bad either. Their unagi was amazing, and they had 3 or 4 types of tobiko which they certainly weren't skimpy with on the obama maki. The salads came in very generous portions and were well done for flavor and texture; my SO had the sunomono and I had the shuka ika sensae. They also had sweet shrimp with the head/thorax fried, which was far better than I ever imagined those parts of a shrimp could taste.
We ordered one chef's choice roll that my SO didn't like after the first two pieces, and I didn't like at all. It was mayo-heavy and bitter to the point that I had to secretly smother it in Yamasa to mask the taste. Can't remember what was in it that could have produced that flavor, possibly asparagus, but other than that everything was excellent. If it was more affordable we'd get our sushi there more often, but as is it'll be reserved for more mood-specific special outings.
May 17, 2009
Votes: +0

Anonymous said:

Good food, but overpriced
I enjoy they're food very much, but their service is always unwelcoming and the food is overpriced.
November 21, 2008
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