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  • Sushi, Japanese
  • 1699 Grant Ave, Philadelphia PA19115 40.0864447 -75.0391903
  • (Btwn Bustleton Ave & Welsh Rd)
  • (215) 676-0708
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User Ratings (Based on 25 reviews)

4.205
Food 4.2 Value 3.9
Service 4.2 Atmosphere 4.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(215) 676-0708
voice
(215) 676-0709
Fax:
fax
(215) 676-0709
Website:
www.tokaipa.com
Place Order:
Order From To-Kai for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 11:30am-10pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-11pm Sun: 1:30pm-9:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
25.00

User Reviews

  • To-Kai

    Posted by sarah on 11/08/2013

    Fine food

    This sushi is great. The prices and servcie are wonderful

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    Posted by samanttha on 10/09/2013

    who forgets soy sauce

    I ordered about 60 dollars in take- out today from this restaurant. For one,they forgot to give me my soy sauce and that made my, oh lets say about 10 rolls very dull and boring to eat. My coworkers were also disappointed. They put our soup in little cups that you would normally drink out of? - that wasn't fun... don't tryit.

  • To-Kai

    Posted by Oksana on 01/23/2013

    5 Stars Across The Board

    This is the among the best sushi and hibachi I ever had. The people there are so nice and very tentative. The service is always great. No complaints. I live close by and I mostly order out but have eaten there as well. I love their takeout because the food is always packaged perfect and they never forget anything. Plus, every time you go you get your menu stamped and once you get 5 stamps of $20, $30, $40, $50, & $60, you get a $25 gift certificate that you can use on your next order. Each stamp stands for how much you paid and sometimes you can get two at once because the $50 may already be stamped so they'll stamp $20 & $30. It's great because I eat there often and it's a nice little bonus. 5 stars across the board!!

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    Posted by Mosik on 01/06/2013

    pretty good

    I went there yesterday first time, the food is really good, we had Avocado blossom and cani salad for appetizers, it was delish! then we had some sushi forgot the names. must try their Fried Green Tea Ice Cream - the best!! over all the place is nice, service could be little better. will go there again :)

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    Posted by Lee on 08/30/2012

    Subpar, Expensive

    I was so disappointed with the place. We ordered a calamari appetizer for $7.50 and there were exactly 6 rings of frozen premade calamari rings. What a ripoff! My husband ordered a sushi platter for 1 . I ordered the Teriyaki Chicken so that I could share with my 19 month old baby. My chicken tasted like it was boiled and smothered with some teriyaki sauce. I complained to the waitress and the manager came over and took it back to remake. They brought out the same piece of chicken and threw it on the grill and smothered it with sauce again, because that chicken was so tough and overcooked and the waitress never came with my rice that came with the dish. I didn't eat my tough chicken and left very disappointed. The place is overpriced for fake Japanese food run by Chinese people who know nothing about Japanese food. It is very very disappointing, do not bother to waste your money on this place!

  • To-Kai

    Posted by Alinonymous on 06/14/2012

    Excellent & Fun

    3 of us stopped in to the Hibachi side of the restaurant & lucked out with sharing the table with a nice group of strangers. Nice food prep and plenty of it. We had all varities & everything was excellent. Filet mignon was the best. Even fresh made fried rice was to notch. Servers was really friendly. We are coming back.

  • To-Kai

    Posted by Andrew on 05/09/2012

    Mediocre...

    The sushi at To-Kai embodies mediocrity. I gave the restaurant the benefit of the doubt on two separate occasions and both times I was disappointed by a stringy, grainy tuna that any respectable restaurant would be embarrassed to serve. I've dabbled in many of the Japanese restaurants in the Northeast area, and as someone who prides himself in good Japanese, this is not it. Also, for those who have been to ToYo on Bustleton and enjoyed their experience, you should know that this is not the same owner despite their claims. Conveniently similar name though, no? That's because they ripped off the original. If location is all that matters, by all means go to To-Kai, otherwise I'd personally suggest a less expensive, better tasting meal down the street at the original.

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