where sushi fantasies come true...
|Top: Dream Roll|
Bottom: Ocean Dragon Roll
|Peking Duck Roll|
For appies, we opted for the usual Spinach Gomae (which Scoe thought was only ok - spinach was a lil too overcooked), while the Wakame was more drenched (as we would like it to be). The Spicy Tuna Sashimi was ok - Kadoya & Sake Maki's versions are more saucier, but same ingredients. We also tried out the Hamachi Sashimi (which was supposedly "fresh from Japan"). It indeed, tasted very fresh. I would order it again.
Ok - we had to ask a couple of times for more tea, extra sauce, etc. But they were pretty friendly.
$8.95 per Chef's speciality roll, $12.95 for the hamachi sashimi (9 pieces or so)
Similar to Kadoya, here you'll find rectangular sheets of coloured paper with all sorts of comments and suggestions left by customers taped to the walls. The blue walls created a sort-of kindergarten classroom environment; I felt comfortable here, lol. The restaurant isn't very big - with approx. 10 tables.
Yay: Yummy, creative, nicely-fused fusion rolls - where else could you find a Peking Duck Roll? They've also got great lunch specials
Nay: $8.95 may be a bit hefty of a price for some, limited seating, not authentically Japanese (nor do they claim to be) - not a nay for us per se, but it might be for others
Posted by: J