• Reviewed by: nicholas.wong  on: 2016-09-08T11:37:39
    Hey there! My name is Nick Wong and I'm doing outreach on behalf of Revel Systems, iPad POS. I came across Fujiyamasil and was curious to know what you guys are currently working with. I would love to chat with you on which direction you're going for your point of sale system. How does tomorrow at 4 work?
  • Reviewed by: imariwoods42  on: 2016-08-30T10:30:58
    Hello my name is Imari Woods II, I am interested in working for this restaurant below I have attached my resume. imariwoods42@yahoo.com630-977-7925Imari J. Woods IIObjectives Seeking a position in dining services. Qualifications Active Listening Skills.Strong communication skills. Proven ability to direct clients and customers to proper staff. Dedicated and detail-oriented; high level of accuracy and strong attention to detail.Cash Handling Accuracy Problem solving skillsTake action attitude Professional Experience 1) Resident Assistant, Southern Illinois University Carbondale December 2015- May 2016Supervised three wings in Neely Hall of Southern Illinois University Carbondale.Supervised three wings in Neely Hall of Southern Illinois University Carbondale.Where I held meetings
  • Reviewed by: nurseloyd  on: 2016-08-28T02:43:31
    Fujiyama Restaurant,My family and I ate at your restaurant Saturday Aug 27 at approximately 5:30-7pm. My experience was not what I would have expected when spending $70 $20 gratuity for two children and an adult. First, we sat for 10 minutes in the extra room because the main dining room was full; without being offered a drink or being greeted by our waitress. While we sat there, my daughter noticed a cockroach crawling on the Hibachi grill across from ours. The cockroach actually did not bother me but what bothered me was how the waitress handled the situation.... You see after staring at it crawling around for 10 min, I finally got up and informed someone, who just happened to end up being our waitress. However, once I informed her, she did not take care of it. In fact, several minutes later I notified the hostess, who quickly and kindly got rid of it. Shortly there after, a second group sat at our grill area. The waitress then comes in and starts wiping down our grill and states LOUDLY to all in the room, while looking at me, that she was making sure it was sanitized and that it was only a "fire-fly" but she would be sure everything was clean. I did NOT appreciate her making a scene. I informed her privately and I did not make a big deal about it. She should not have said that in front of the other people at the table. It was embarrassing and I WAS NOT HAPPY!! Additionally, she was very LOUD. Everything she said was loud... almost obnoxiously loud. Then when we ordered, my daughter ordered the chicken and "FRIED RICE" off your menu. Again, the loud waitress says, "there will be an UPCHARGE for FRIED RICE". I said to her "The MENU SAYS FRIED RICE". (Please note, your menu advertises FRIED RICE.. not WHITE RICE). However, instead of listening to me, the LOUD waitress began to argue with me. My daughter immediately said "I will take white rice"... this made me even more upset because I was not arguing with her. I was just stating the fact that the menu said fried rice. Plus, now she has made this a huge issue in front of the other guest. My daughter felt bad. To resolve the issue quickly, I informed the waitress my daughter would have the FRIED rice and I will pay the $1 upcharge. Next, I ordered FILET MIGNON and Shrimp Hibachi... what I got was over-cooked strip stake. I know this to be true because I watched him grill it up with all the other peoples "steak". I have a huge problem with this. First, I am paying EXTRA for the Filet. Secondly, it appears to me that your restaurant does not care about quality but rather getting the people in and out. I would have said something while I was in your restaurant but I did not want to ruin the dinner for my kids. The Hibachi Griller was excellent and he made the meal well worth the experience. But for as much money as I paid to eat at your restaurant I think you can hire some wait staff with a little more "class". I was not impressed at all by her service. In closing, I would like to say that I do not mind paying extra for good food but I do expect good service to come with the price. Respectfully, Daniele Loyd
  • Reviewed by: lschaffer23  on: 2016-08-19T14:21:13
    Do you have a gluten free menu or any items that are gluten free?
  • Reviewed by: Bethsiulaw  on: 2016-08-12T07:39:39
    My daughter has Celiac disease and is allergic to gluten. Do you have gluten free soy sauce to make fried rice or could we bring an unopened container of gluten free soy sauce for you to use? We're planning on coming for lunch tomorrow, Saturday. Thank you.Beth Malone
  • Reviewed by: Aruegeclan  on: 2016-08-11T14:31:55
    We took our daughter out to your place for her 21st Birthday and we were very disappointed. We have been to the Fujiyama Restaurant in Olympia WA many times,and enjoyed it. But this wasn't the same, our host sever,was very rude, she had to be ask several times for our drinks.We ask her for even the birthday song, our daughter had to get back to work at Fort Lewis WA as she is a firefighter in the Army.The cook had to have been new , he had no personalty at all, didn't entertain,or engage with us in anyway at all.NO FUN !!!!!We spent over $290.00 which I did not fillthat we should have been forced to pay a tip on such awful service that we had.I talked to the server and she said that Ihad too as it wasn't to be debated.We left very unhappy and disappointed withthe lack of service and good customer carefor my family from her.I hope that I do hear back from someoneregarding this matter.Thank you Adrianne
  • Reviewed by: Viclvsjim74  on: 2016-08-05T10:58:24
    Do you have Snow Angel sushi?
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Address:

225 N Giant City Rd
 Carbondale, IL 62901

Phone:

618-549-2000

Fax:

618-549-2009

Website:

http://www.fujiyamasil.com