Sushi Cravings? Ru San's Satisfies

The Windy Hill Road restaurant offers a lunch buffet and a main menu with ample selections at a reasonable price.

Overview: Liking sushi is an acquired taste. The very first time I tasted it all I could think about was the raw fish part and was pretty sure I wouldn’t try it again. I did, though I can’t remember why. Long story short, I am now a sushi die-hard. 

My all time favorite restaurant to eat sushi at is Ru San’s. With locations at both Barrett Parkway and Windy Hill Road, Ru San’s simply does it best. Sure there are more “authentic” sushi restaurants and certainly more expensive ones, but when you are craving sushi and actually want fill up on it without spending a fortune, Ru San’s is the place to go. 

For $9.75 you can eat sushi to your heart’s content during the week at their lunch buffet. For non-sushi lovers, there are hot dishes on the buffet as well, including teriyaki chicken, beef with vegetables, fried rice, salads and, of course, their famous miso soup. Dinner entrees range from $10 to $20. The staff at Ru Sans is always friendly, and the atmosphere is more like a neighborhood bar with a lot of loyal locals. Indeed, you can even leave your chopsticks in a special cubbyhole (at least at the Kennesaw location) to retrieve when you come back. If you are just testing the waters with sushi, Ru San’s is the restaurant to try.

The Food:

Sushi: Enjoy a full bar of $1 Sushi every day.

Lunch Buffet: $9.75 Includes:

  • Shushi: Yellowtail, White and Red Tuna, Smoked Salmon, Crab, Mackerel, Seared Beef, Shrimp
  • Maki Rolls and Japanese Traditional Maki
  • Hot Entrees: Beef With Vegetables, Teryaki Chicken
  • Fried Calamari, Fried Rice
  • Miso Soup, the Best in Town
  • Salads: The ginger dressing is so good, they won’t give you the recipe.

From Main Menu:

Ru San’s Original House Sushi Rolls: Gone with the Wind $8.95: Made with tuna, salmon, crab stick cream cheese, cucumber, baby carrot and avocado of whirlwind, katsu fried with spicy aioli sauce.

King and Maki: $7.95 each: Made with grilled chicken with cilantro and jalapeno pepper, rolled sesame fried with Thai peanut sauce.

Adress: Cobb Parkway and Windy Hill Road, 2313 Windy Hill Rd., Marietta 30067

Phone: 770-933-8315

Hours:  Sunday 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Adress: Town Center At Cobb (Behind Olive Garden), 425 Ernest W. Barrett Pkwy, Kennesaw 30144

Phone: 678-766-0598.

Online menu at www.rusans-kennesaw.com

Hours: Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 12 a.m.


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