|850 E Ridge Rd, Irondequoit, NY 14617|
|Status (as of November 2015)|
Shogun Palace was a Japanese hibachi restaurant where chefs cooked directly at diners' tables. The restaurant was located in a renovated Ponderosa Steakhouse and was owned by the same family who owns Sakura Home in Pittsford. The grand opening was December 19 2009. Closed in 2015.
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2010-01-28 15:02:56 This place is excellent. The inside looks great, the outside looks like it will be very inviting in the summer. Most importantly, the food is wonderful! Our take-out orders are nicely packaged, ready in a timely manner and are very fairly priced. I look forward to coming in for Hibachi sometime and visiting it's sister restaurants Sunrise Steakhouse in Henrietta and Sakura Home in Pittsford. —StephanieTodd
2010-01-28 21:43:41 I have been to Shogun previously and enjoyed the dining experience at the hibachi table. Well, today i decided to order take out and it was overpriced not good portions and they forgot something I ordered and paid for. I guess i wont be going back...sorry..you need to be more concerned about take out orders. —elizabethrivera
2010-04-21 11:32:38 Shared a platter of sushi, sashimi and rolls, plus some specialty rolls, at the sushi bar and it was very good, among the best I've had around here. The sushi chef is from Japan, although as I understand it he got most of his 9 years' experience in NYC. The ingredients were fresh and the rolls were beautifully presented, and innovative but not chichi - no weird combos just for art's sake. Service was friendly and efficient. Honestly I didn't pay much attention to the prices although you can see the menu and prices on their website. On couponclipper.com, for now at least, they have online coupons. —DavidPausch
2010-10-20 11:14:53 Shogun Palace has been open one year, and it has it going on. It has a nice bar, a sushi bar, a spacious and comfortable dining area with booths and tables, and a back room for hibachi lovers. Better than that though, is the freshness of their sushi. Each of their unique sauces is made in-house, which says a lot for their committment to quality. While I ate at the sushi bar, my server was very attentive and gave me just the amount of space and assistance I needed. Although it was a quiet night, the bartender and another server even checked to see if my meal was satisfactory. My sushi chef, Toby, did an excellent job of finding out what flavors I like and recommending things from the menu. He even offered me a small complimentary appetizer which was a taste bud delight, just like everything I tried. I can't wait to go back. Irondequoit has needed a place like this! —mconnell
2011-05-25 03:46:10 The food here is fresh and prepared nicely. The restaurant is clean and the decor is inviting and relaxing. That staff is friendly and attentive. I take advantage of there sushi roll specials during lunch and dinner time which includes a soup or salad. Two thumbs up!!!
2011-12-19 16:00:42 The SP was packed at the teppenyaki tables last Friday when we stopped in. We ate in the dining room for a quieter dinner experience. My wife's nabeyaki udon was excellent, just what you would want on a cold evening. Overall my 3-maki roll dinner was good, although the yellowtail with scallion roll tasted a bit "stronger" than I would have expected. Service was efficient and quick. And the prices for what we had were quite reasonable. We don't often dine in Irondequoit, but would stop in again if we were in the neighborhood. —JGerek