Raleigh >Chai's Asian Bistro
I'm not sure how anyone could not like this place if they are looking for a good quality Asian selection. We go quite often. It is not "cheap" but the quality makes up for it. Not as expensive as a Fujisan/Kyoto type night, but not Hibachi Sushi either (which I like on the go). Worth a try. We enjoy it.
Beware!. Beware! I purchased a gift card from this restaurant as a Christmas gift to a friend. When she tried to use it, she as told it only had 10 cents on it and that it was a $25 dollar gift card. This place is reselling used gift cards. When I addressed the issue with the manager, she made me find the info from the day I purchased it in my bank records, and she then told me the one I bought and the one my friend used had two different gift card numbers. I told her there must have been some mistake on their part and the waitress handed me the wrong giftcard on the day I bought it. It was very frustrating and difficult to resolve. The manager made me feel as if my friend and I were lying and trying to reuse an old gift card, which was not the case at all. I also double checked with my friend to make sure she didn't have another Chai gift card and got them mixed up. She assured me she had never had a gift card from there before, besides the one I gave her. Luckily it was only $15 dollars and not $50! It's the principle behind the matter. The manager should have been more polite, resolved the issue for us, and admitted their mistake. By the way, the manager knows my co-workers and I eat lunch there all the time. I used to enjoy this restaurant, but they will not be getting any of my money ever again.
why have sushi section?.
Since we live few miles away we went to try some hot dishes and sushi at Chai's Bistro on Creedmore few weeks a go. We selected to have little sashimi before some noodles but we knew we made wrong decision ordering sashimi, fishes seemed dull and was presented like if sushi chef has no clue of cutting sashimi.although noodles we ordered had good taste and was pleased but because of other half of our lunch was total flop we like to suggest the owners why have sushi bar if you are one of the worst sushi in town?
I think sticking with what you are good at may help you on a long run.
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