We went here for a karaoke party of 35 people. We had a blast and they treated us very well. I totally forget this place was in downtown Sacramento. They have a lot of rooms of all different sizes. We had the biggest room. I recommend this place for a work event or a night out with friends. So fun!
Sushi was okay. Nothing blow you off your feet amazing. Nothing bad. Acceptable sushi, easy access for the Hyatt Regency.
Such a fun place! Our group had a great time. The drinks were on point as was the food! The bartender and host staff were very helpful and courteous! We exceeded our time because this place was so much fun!!!!
The sushi was okay to say the least, but not my favorite. My friend on the other hand liked it so it's 50/50. We do plan on coming back to check out that karaoke. The whole design was very beautiful and had a soothing aesthetic that I liked.
The restaurant also has a large section dedicated to karaoke (which the karaoke section was cool and its decoration was exciting). The food was tasty, and the server was attentive. All in all a tasty brunch time sushi. I ordered a avocado Maki (tasty, but expensive) and a salmon and crab handroll (cone) one of my friends got a katsu bento box which she enjoyed, and felt like she got good bang for her buck. Parking: Parking in the area is challenging and can be expensive. Wheelchair accessibility: The restaurant is accessed by an elevator.
Best karaoke in town! If you’re looking to have a private party with friends and seeing your heart out this is it! They offer multiple options on room sizes for different groups. It’s pretty affordable and the staff really caters to your needs. The karaoke system is a little hard to figure out but once you do they have a big selection of songs. If you’re having a birthday party or just a really fun get together I highly recommend reserving a room!
Always tons of fun, but it gets pricey quick. $110 for a small karoake room rental for 2 hours, plus $110 for a cheap bottle of vodka (and only 1 juice to go with it? Come on...), and $40 for 2 sushi rolls & edamame
I went here to celebrate friends' birthdays, and it was a lot of fun! The service was good, food and wine was decent and the private rooms ) roughly $50 per hour) are great, especially in these Covid times we're living in. The Karaoke program is a little difficult to use even though the staff did try to teach us. We had a blast and the three hours we booked flew by!