Great Burger. Who would ever think you could find a place that serves one of the best tasting cheeseburgers in town and have an excellent sushi bar in the same restaurant. Love this place and the spicy crunchy tuna roll is the best I've ever had!
most ridiculous service ever!.
I organize a new to town group that welcomes new faces to the Nashville area and I took a group of about 10 to 12 of us here one time.-bad idea, bad, bad, bad idea, they yelled at us not once but twice just for pushing some tables together outside! They made a huge deal out of nothing and treated us like we were the scum of the earth. The server and also the owner (who I actually thought at the time was a busser) each separately came up to the table to yell at us and the owner actually told us he was "livid!" wow, really??! i can see yelling at us if we were being obnoxious or disrupting other patrons, but all we did was push 2 tables together!!
Not only that, but we never once had a thanks for coming in from the waiter or a "hey how's everything tasting?" nothing. in fact, after we ate, a couple of us were sitting and chatting and deciding whether or not we were going to do next door to bongo java for some coffee or having some at PM. Well, they cleared EVERYTHING from the table, yes even sugar caddies and salt and pepper and our server told us "we needed to go!!" I WILL NEVER SPEND MY MONEY IN THIS ESTABLISHMENT EVER AGAIN AND URGE YOU NOT TO AS WELL!! Granted, it was the first nice day out in awhile, so the outdoor patio was the place to be. However, how about a "thank you all for coming in, we really appreciate your business, however we really need this table for another party. You are welcome to enjoy some drinks inside at the bar, but we really this table." That would have been wayyyy more professional and cordial.
If I had not had some new to town people in my group, I most definitely would have said something at the moment. In fact, I wouldn't have stayed once they told us they were "livid" with us for pushing some tables together, i would said, hey guys, let's go somewhere else, obviously this restaurant is telling us they do not want our business. There are way too many restaurants/good sushi places to be treating people like that! So disappointing too because I really like some of their sushi rolls. I did complain to the manager the following week, he agreed that the owner is extremely rude and actually told me he gets embarrassed by him, but all he suggested was us to come back and get a free meal...yeah so u can spit in our food? uh no thanks.
get PM dinner spot.
I went with a couple of girlfriends on a saturday night around 8, the place is relly popular so we waited about 35-40 min. Which ended up not being so bad, as we found a couple of seats at the bar to share, and got some wine. We had a really sweet waitress, who was very attentive, even with it being busy.
i ordered the sashimi chef special, and was in for a treat. On my plate came three pieces each of tuna, snapper, and salmon. Really fresh beautifully cut fish. They also have some of the best miso soup I have ever tried. I'm a big sushi person, and have eaten at a lot of places, and I was really impressed with the mea I received.
I just recommend reservations if you're in a hurry, but the food we all had was delightful, and we really enjoy this young hip atmosphere. It is a definite must for the younger crowd in Nashville.
You have got to be kidding me!!!!. Upon my arrival to Nashville as a Belmont student I immediately began asking around for great places to eat, specifically where I could get great sushi, and being at Belmont all I could get is PM, PM, PM!!!! So, I went. To begin, the sushi at PM is some of the worst I have had in my entire life. The fish is warm and the rolls look as though they have been pre-made hours in advance and have such a little amount of fish in them. The price that I paid for crap is stunning. I could have gotten sushi at Kroger that was made 5 hours earlier, paid far less and have been much more satisfied. Not to be a one timer I have returned twice since and guess what, same bad food and same bad service. The fact that Nashville thinks this place is good eating is beside me. It does however have a good atmosphere to the place and the location is good. How it has gotten the rep of being the "go to" place I have no idea other than mom and dad's credit card in the hands of a spoiled college student. In addition, the entitled attitudes of the servers while dining was distressing, where are my drink refills and smiles? If you want great sushi for far less in a great atmosphere travel a few blocks over to Samurai Sushi off of West End, and leave PM to those who don't know good food and just want to be seen.
Great Sushi and drinks. Lok this place and the place next door Cha Cha's both owned by the same person, who has been on Top Chef DC all week. The food is great the service is respectable and the drinks are to die for! can't go wrong with this place!
PAST PM REGULAR. My friends and I went to PM almost every Sunday afternoon and once a week at night. The sushi was EXCELLENT (some of the best I've had in Nashville) and I never experienced any snobby servers. So, it has been over a year since I've been.... Walking out the door now to get some food and decided to go there. I'll let you know how it turns out! :-)
YUM!. I just want to say if you have not tried the BELMONT ROLL....you are missing out on the most delicious thing I have EVER eaten..no joke. I have severe cravings for these often. I have tried many other items and so far everything was great but once I tried the Belmont Roll I do not even bother looking at the menu...it is unique because the last step in making it is they drop it in the fryer for just a second so t comes to you warm with a crisp outside and delicious cold inside....TRY IT!!!!!!!!! HA, after writing this I am going to have to go get one NOW!
Really Good food but. Been to PM and House of Yum several times and really like all the food that I have had there. Went on a business dinner last week and we ordered some small plates and some sushi. As usual the small plates were great, the sushi was so bad we only ate a couple of pieces and left the rest.
Horrendous Service Time and Again. Well first we have frequented PM for the last 4 years since we have lived in Nashville - NOT ANYMORE! We really enjoyed the sushi but it is not worth the horrendous service we have experienced time and time again. This can range from lack of attention to absolute rude behavior. The manager Ross once even complained about the amount of tip we left him! Last visit was on a Tuesday night and the bartender (girl with dreads) never gave me a beer glass after asking for it two separate times! Then she copped an attitude when we moved our tab to a table instead. There are two great waiters (don’t know their names unfortunately) but that is it! Since we have been disappointed time and again with the service we have found some other great sushi places - Wild Ginger (Cool Springs), Toyama (Nippers Corner Brentwood) and a place on 2nd Avenue (can’t remember the name) These places all have great sushi and you can actually have a pleasant experience! If you look at the reviews you can see this is a common occurrence for PM patrons!
So glad I found it. I went to PM for lunch the other day with some girlfriends. We had a great time and truly enjoyed our experience. The cocktails are superb. I highly recommend the blackberry mojito and the white sangria cocktail. The sweet potato fries are a must-have. They have plenty on the menu for those who don't like sushi, but the sushi is very good. I had a thai chicken wrap--it's huge and the peanut sauce on the side is amazing. I will be returning to try dinner one evening soon.
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