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Fuji Sushi & Steak House

While its right there in the name, sushi isn't the only reason to go to Fuji. This restaurant provides a unique Japanese experience right here in the Midwest. Grab a seat at the bar, cozy up in a booth, or watch your food prepared fresh in front of you. Sunday night is kids night, when kids meals are half price  from 4-9pm, and Tuesday is half-price martini night along with a sushi special from 4-9:30pm. Tap beers are 99 cents, house-made drinks are $3.25, and two dinners come with a free appetizer during the bar's happy hour, which runs  4-6pm Monday through Thursday. The relaxing ambiance and full sake menu at Fuji Sushi & Steakhouse is sure to keep you happy and coming back. Ask about their birthday special. Vegetarian options, private party room.

Average Cost: Lunch: $7-$11; Dinner: $10-$35

Average: 3.67
Out of 39 Reviews

Fuji Sushi & Steak House
4864 Keystone Crossing
Eau Claire, WI

 Bar inside the Restaurant

Fuji's full sake menu will not disappoint. Three beers are served on tap, and several imported beers are also available. Happy hour is  4-6pm Monday through Thursday, where house-made drinks are $3.25 and tap beers are 99 cents. Check out their martini/sushi special on Tuesday nights: Customers can create their own martini and sushi dinner combo for a discount.

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Daily Dining Deals

Tuesday Deals

Fuji Sushi & Steak House: Sushi & Martinis

Featuring sushi specials and half price martinis, from 4-9:30pm.

Sunday Deals

Fuji Sushi & Steak House: Kids’ Meals

Half price kids’ meals and a free balloon animal with purchase of an adult entree, from 4-9pm.



Being authentic good quality Japanese Food seeker, Foodwise, it was disappointing. I didn't like the quality of their sashimis and found overpriced for what they offered. However, I'd say this is a great atmosphere if your priority is to impress a date or family.


I am surprised by all of the bad reviews! I personally like to cook at home but when my Fiance and I go out, this is our first choice. We also buy their dipping "Yum Yum" sauce every time we go. As far as the Hibachi grill goes, I would give Fuji a slight edge on Toyko only because the chiefs are more entertaining and interact with the customers more.


Fuji has a nice interior and staff, but isn't really anything special. Hibachi grill is overpriced and bland. The sushi is mediocre. There just isn't anything with their food that makes you want to come back. Toyko is a better fit if you like the hibachi style. For sushi, this place can't contend with Shanghai's prices and quality.


Love the hibachi grill here and the sauce they use for seafood (its orange... Its awesome!) Also love the bento boxes. Yum!