With a sushi craving, we visted Big Mouth.
First issue is that as a busy mall restaurant, tables are small and crammed together tightly. While I understand their need to accommodate lots of diners, it makes it impossible to order several plates of sushi at the same time. Don't even try asking for a larger table, you are seated as per the number of people there. Instead of ordering 5 or 6 sushi plates as we normally do, we reduced to 1. The restaurant also makes it clear that you are expected to be in and out in an hour max. Feeling that rush did not put me at ease. With curvy backed chairs, I had to ask for an extra chair to put my handbag (does anyone put a bag on the floor?). Again another element makingit hard to fall in love with Big Mouth.
That was however my only downsides. The service is friendly and professional, with excellent sushi. Well made rolls and sandwiches with amazing flavors. Instead of my normal bottle of wine when relaxed and happy with ambience, I ordered a solitary lonely glass. I was impressed that there is a variety of types available by the glass.
Overall, good place to stop when rushing to a movie but better value sushi and ambience can be found elsewhere.
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