Restaurant Report Card: Sushi Thai in Warner Robins

WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – It’s fiery and it’s fresh at Sushi Thai on Watson Boulevard in Warner Robins.

"You get to taste the fish, especially when it’s super fresh," said Head Chef Jason Belanio.

"It’s pretty good, I’ve never had anything that was bad here," said customer Alex MacDoneld.

Fresh vegetables and fresh fish give you fresh food and a perfect health inspection.

Sushi Thai in Warner Robins delivers.

But there is a restaurant that could step it up.

Golden Corral at 2924 Watson Boulevard in Warner Robins scored an 84.

It’s not a terrible score, but it could have worked on a few things.

Food wasn’t covered when it was stored, some food wasn’t at the proper cold holding temperature and utensils were not properly stored either.

Scores around Middle Georgia this week were good.

Check them out here.

This week, Sushi Thai is turning up the heat.

They make some mean sushi and some great Thai food.

"There’s spicy mayonnaise sauce in it," said Jason Belanio. "It’s kind of like a Chinese stir fry."

"The appetizers are amazing," said customer Kisha Ilderton. "There’s been lots of times when we’ve come in and just gotten appetizers."

"It’s fresh, it’s got good flavor, the service was good, and I got it highly recommended from some local people, so I’m really enjoying it," said customer Stephen Winkler.

Sweet, spicy and clean–that’s how manager Gynarchy Belanio wants it.

"You want to attract customers, and customers, you as a customer, you want to make sure is super clean, otherwise you will not trust the food that you are going to eat," said Belanio.

So you can trust Sushi Thai to be clean and give you a taste of good Asian cuisine.

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Sean Franklin joined the 41NBC news team in November of 2013. He’s originally from Marietta, Georgia. He graduated from Marietta High School in 2009 and loves returning home any chance he gets. Sean moved up to Knoxville, Tennessee after high school, where he graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2013 with a B.S. in Journalism and Electronic Media. While in college, he interned at WVLT-TV Local 8 News in Knoxville. He eventually moved to Assignment Desk Editor on the weekends. Sean loves hanging with friends and family, playing guitar and taking photos. Sean’s looking forward to telling stories about Middle Georgia. If you have any story ideas, feel free to get in touch!