Seki's Japanese Restaurant

6335 Delmar Blvd
St Louis, MO 63130
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Customer Reviews (12 reviews)


on Citysearch Mar 02, 2009
This place had amazing sushi. I went with a restraint critic and he says it's the best sushi in st louis (more)


on Citysearch Feb 18, 2009
I know the waitress and she is very nice but barely speaks any english (more)

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on Citysearch Nov 17, 2008
This is one of the last remaining authentic, traditional Japanese restaurants in St. Louis. Sushi: You will not find trendy rolls or dessert sushi here. The sushi chef and owner trained for years in Japan before... (more)


on Citysearch Aug 21, 2008
The sushi was pretty good. I'd put it below Drunken Fish and Wasabi, but still pretty good for STL area sushi. Price wise it was pretty standard fair for sushi. Standard rolls (Tuna, salmon, Cal, etc) 4.75-6. The... (more)


on Citysearch Jul 21, 2008
I would never ever go back SEKI again! The waitress is rude, and old-crazy looking. The food isn't impressive at all but overprice too much. They don't offer free refill drinks, and the selection is limited. I saw... (more)


on Citysearch Jul 15, 2008
Ok, first off, the food and drink is extremely expensive, but that is not unusual for Japanese restaurants. However, what bothered me about the place is that some servers (not all) are blatantly cold/rude towards... (more)


on Citysearch Mar 02, 2008
i was very excited to go to SEKI today. i was sadly disappointed. the woman others have talked about being a bad waiter was OUR waiter! i asked her for suggestions since it was my first time and my friends first time... (more)


on Citysearch May 13, 2006
There are well over 30 places in the St. Louis area for sushi. I have been to all but two; both far off. I apprenticed to a Japanese chef. Everything I've had at Seki's has been excellent. I go at lunch, and service has been... (more)


on Citysearch Oct 17, 2005
I read a few negative reviews, but as one who has gone to Seki numerous times, I like them best in the city, even though I have tried many other sushi places. Why? Seki is the most authentic, almost Izakaya style... (more)


on Citysearch Nov 14, 2004
Seki's sushi is worth the trip, varied and very fresh. Also great "comfort food" meals like the Beef Bowl and the Duck dish (Konbangwa sp?). The wait staff are quite efficient and cordial. Seki tends his sushi bar... (more)
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