Restaurant Style: Asian Fusion and Sushi
Last Visit: 07/23/17
Ambiance: Middle class oriental dark and close with with very nice scenes in the tabletops. Just once I’d like a restaurant with no tv screens but you won’t get it here. At least the sound is turned off.
Service: Speedily seated with drinks offered. Service was attentive and cordial. We got there early, 5:30ish.
For Kids: pbj, pb&honey, about 5 $6-items. (This seems more like a grownup place than a happy meal farm.)
Hours: lunch through dinner, seven days a week.
Expense Account: Moderate. Pay on your way out.
Food: Nice variety. The big appeal has to be the sashimi and sushi. Lots of variety there though no vegetarian offerings are listed. Not being sushi fans,we enjoyed a light crunchy vegetable roll, and chicken teriyaki. The chicken was tasty with a clear sauce. The miso soup came light on the salt so the tofu and vegetables shone through. We fall back on moo goo gai pan as a reliable if often scantily seasoned dish in oriental restaurants. This time the moo goo came unexpectedly peppered so it disappointed us. The menu also offers beef, shrimp, and tempura entrees.
Adult Beverages: You can get a beer here, wine, or one of the ubiquitous fruity mixed drinks.
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