Hard to believe that in the land of fried chicken and grits, you can find a good Japanese restaurant. Good for lunch and close to the Frontier Culture museum.
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We were hesitant to try a sushi restaurant located in the mountains of Virginia, but we were pleasantly surprised. Huge variety of sushi available on the menu. Busy on a weekday, too. Service was prompt and polite.
I went for dinner with my son and was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the experience. Staunton offers numerous culinary surprises and this is one of them. The food was well prepared and the chef was skilled in the hibachi technique. As you might...More
Staunton is our stopping point between SC and PA. We stay at the Olde Staunton Inn in town on our way up to PA and on our way back to SC. We have tried about every restaurant in town as we love to walk to...More
Our three grandchildren were "wowed" with the fire and food preparation entertainment of the chef who cooked everything right in front of them. The highlight was his tossing some bits of cooked shrimp for them to catch in their mouths ... funny. ...they could not...More
Stopped while traveling through. Stopped for the Sushi & wasn't disappointed. The rice used in all of their rolls & individual pieces, however, took a little getting used to as it was unusually sticky (?). i've eaten alot of sushi & never experienced rice this...More