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Fujiyama Japanese Restaurant - 9 Reviews - 283 N Milwaukee St, Boise, ID - Japanese Restaurants Reviews - Phone (208) 672-8227
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Fujiyama Japanese Restaurant

283 N Milwaukee St
Boise, ID 83704
(208) 672-8227
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Wow!! This restaurant has the best sushi :) My wife and I love this place. It's a great place to bring your family and friends. The service is great and they treat you like a part...


Very bad service, we have given this place a try a few times thinking we just had a bad waiter that night. Nope, even my family members and friends have gone and all say the same ...

Best Sushi in Boise 4/7/2011

Wow!! This restaurant has the best sushi :) My wife and I love this place. It's a great place to bring your family and friends. The service is great and they treat you like a part of their family. Fujiyama is a great restaurant. more

The best in Boise by far! 4/6/2010

My husband and I have been to nearly all the sushi places our city has to offer. Fujiyama and Sakura are the best around. If anyone tells you to go to Shige instead, please be advised that they had horrible service and the sushi was nothing special. I would recommend Sakana as an alternative if you let people sway you from Fujiyama or Sakura. We are regular customers of Fujiyama and all other places pale in comparison. more

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Best Sushi in Boise 4/7/2006

While the non-sushi Japanese food is superb (beef wrapped in scallops, yum!) the sushi is the best I've had in all of Idaho. It is fresh tasting and unique. While all the traditional favorites are available, I like to kick it up a notch with a fancy specialty item with a southwestern sauce. Even with the wide selection to please all palates, Fujiyama doesn't seem to have an attitude about itself. There is no flash or glam or fancy cocktail drinks. Instead you can get a neat bottle of sake or a bottle of Japanese beer. Be sure to save room for a deep-fried banana (or deep-fried cheesecake) for dessert though. more

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Traditional sushi! 4/3/2006

Fujiyama is not cheap, but when you're an inland state, you aren't going to find dirt-cheap sushi places like you would in Seattle or Portland. But what you will find at Fujiyama is sushi with the quality of that you would find in either of those cities! They have creative rolls as well as more traditional choices, along with a decent selection of sake. You can have a table, sit in a traditional Japanese dining room area, or even sit up at the sushi bar so you can watch the chefs at work. I prefer traditional Japanese music and setting as opposed to trendy settings when I eat sushi, so if you want a tasty and relaxing sushi dinner, check out Fujiyama! more

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Great Japanese Food! 9/21/2005

I'm not a fan of sushi, but I am a fan of Japanese food! I was in search of a great Chicken Teriyaki, and decided to try Fujiyama. There was a slight wait when we arrived, but that is not uncommon in Boise on a Friday night. We waited for a table and were seated about 30 minutes later. Since a mistake was made regarding our table, they tried to compensate us by giving us a free appetizer, soybeans. The decor and interior of the restaurant is pleasant to look at but nothing really special One neat thing is the sushi bar, where you can see the sushi chef's preparing the orders. They put large orders on a big wooden boat and it looks very neat! The food here was average in my estimation. The portion were a bit small and the food tasted o.k. Nothing spectacular. Prices are a bit high for what you receive. Unfortunately, I didn't find the be-all-to-end-all Chicken Teriyaki here, but I will keep up the hunt! more

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Absolutely Fantastic Sushi 8/16/2005

I frequent this restaurant, and I'm never disappointed. They have a huge menu, even if you're not in the mood for sushi. And you can usually get away with dinner for two well under forty dollars. They have a few draped off side rooms if you're in the mood for a more traditional sushi dining experience, as well as normal seating and a sushi bar. As a patron of all 3, I can assure you either is a great choice. Be sure to try the Fuji Mountain handroll, it's been my favorite for years. more
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  • Hours:

    Sun 12pm-9pm, Mon-Fri 11am-2:30pm, Sat 11am-11pm
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