Walpole Small Business Q&A: Ginjo

Ginjo features sushi, hibachi and Chinese.

Ginjo located at 889 Main Street in Walpole is three restaurants in one with their Hibachi, sushi bar and full Japanese and Chinese menu.

Patch spoke with the owner Yoyo Li about the restaurants specialties and what they have to offer.

Walpole Patch: When did Ginjo open in Walpole?

Yoyo Li: My family opened Ginjo 3 years ago in this location in Walpole.

Walpole Patch: What are some of your specialties?

YL: We have one room for Hibachi where the food is cooked right in front of you. It has become a popular place for parties and special events because it is very social. Our sushi bar is very popular. We also have a full Chinese food menu.

Walpole Patch: What is the most popular night?

YL: Our bar is open every night but on Friday and Saturday it gets very busy. We also have a luncheon menu and specials so lunch time it can be very busy as well. There is a Japanese bento box lunch, sushi bar specials and Chinese luncheon specials.

Walpole Patch: Do you offer a delivery service?

YL: Yes, we deliver for orders over $15. with a $2.50 surcharge to the towns of Westwood, Dover, Norwood, Walpole, Medfield and Norfolk.

For more information visit their website at:www.Ginjo Restaurant.com or call (508) 660-2888

michael March 23, 2013 at 01:58 PM
This place sucks. I went in there with my family, Yoyo is the server. She stinks, her service is terrible. We had asked her some questions on the menu and she described it with something that we don't understand. We think her English ability is way below average. After we had ordered, we had to wait for at least 25 minutes for our food to arrive and they arrived at different timing. Our Chinese came first but sushi take way longer. Yoyo was just standing in the sushi area fooling around with those sushi guy instead of coming over to explain what is going on, very unprofessional. After we finished, we had to wait until we asked the girl in the reception for our check. Very unprofessional, unpleasant place to have dinner with your friends or relatives


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