You won't regret choosing the sushi boats, but they do offer great specials for a reasonable price. On Mondays and Tuesdays I prefer HAND ROLL NIGHTS for $3.50 hand rolls and enjoy more flavor combinations than the regular sushi boat. My favorite way to enjoy sushi is in rolled out oysters on Sundays.
Our visit to this amazing restaurant at 5:00 pm was made possible by our meal and the chef's selection of sashimi, served on an enormous scale with care and attention to detail. The server was also very friendly; we were offered a heater and blanket, while happy hour hot sake was served for $5.00 each which enjoyed the beautiful sunset. We will definitely return there as it'll be spoiled!
Our family enjoys consuming delicious sushi wand rolls and having fun while staying at Good Choice.
Great sushi and excellent service -- the sushi bar's staff is always friendly, with boats passing by without notice. The food was delicious as well.
There is an unwavering following for Good Choice in Laguna Niguel, and it's perfectly deserved. The sushi is always delicious and reasonably priced, especially during our All You Can Eat nights. Additionally, the staff are always on-call, making it the perfect spot for enjoying cocktails or simply dining out. This place is truly community-oriented!
Although I enjoyed my meal there was disappointingly slow and the service was poor. The staff at this restaurant is Mexican and often speaks Spanish, with some people yelling at me for being late to take orders or leave me food items.
I've had a few negative experiences while vacationing here, particularly with Good Choice sushi, which is located in close proximity to several good sushi restaurants. The food was decent, but the service was lacking and the sushi chefs were not wearing gloves.
While I was in town, I had a quick lunch and found the food served here to be decent. The lettuce was fresh but not too many brown bits, while the chicken was dry and not as juicy as I thought it would. Additionally, the salmon was okay. Service: 5/5
My recent meal at this location was not very good after spending 90 bucks on it. The tempura and vegetables were too heavy, and I couldn't finish the temporales properly. Additionally, the fried items were disappointing as well; overall my experience would have been better without them.
AYCE's sushi is decent, but their other offerings are lacking in quality. They tend to offer fried appetizers instead of sushi and may charge overcharge for tea (especially with free tea). I wouldn't mind going back to this place just for the sake of some Sushi.