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Tadashi

12820 Hill Country Blvd. Ste. E-105, 512/263-3200

John Anderson

The latest suburban sushi restaurant features a cool, modern interior, a gleaming sushi display case, and a menu loaded with big rolls aimed at the U.S. palate. Tadashi also appeals to the fans of true Japanese dishes like sashimi and nigirizushi.
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Chronicle Reviews

Decent Food, but Disastrous Service

Westernized sushi and a hapless waitstaff define the Tadashi experience

Wes Marshall, January 16, 2014

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