We have now visited this restaurant several times and have found several favorite dishes, but the last two times we decided to try something new. The lunch specials gave us a chance to try different sushi rolls at a reasonable price with miso soup and salad on the side. I particularly liked the eel and avocado roll.
Then today, we tried a more expensive dish that sounded good. I had the salmon teriyaki with rice and vegetables. It also came with miso soup and salad. The dressing on the salad is especially tasty although the soup could be slightly warmer. The salmon was okay, but overcooked. Because we started with a scallion pancake, I was too full to eat it all so we wrought some of the rice and salmon home as a leftover although my sister managed to finish her shrimp teriyaki.
This Asian restaurant has quickly become a favorite with good food and friendly service.
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