Honestly a cute little hole in the wall restaurant. They are a small business but honestly was blown away by the quality and quantity of the food. The price was very fair we paid about $30+ but the amount of food we got was above expectations. The decor is cute and quaint with Asian aesthetics covered around. We had the chicken tempura roll with honey chicken and onion soup. The Mrs. had steak habachi with miso soup. Good job guys!
Pleasantly surprised to find this little gem. The sketchy looking parking lot is not indicative of the good food inside! Our waitress was attentive and the food was excellent. I got the steak teriyaki dinner box and my husband got the steak katsu dinner box. We also got some sushi rolls (bulldog, Alaska, and tuna). It was all delicious! The tempura was cooked perfectly and, as you can see, so was the steak. The only thing I didn't care for was the filling in the gyoza, but that was just personal preference. Definitely recommend
For the last 2 years, this has been our favorite sushi place in town. They have the best chicken fried rice ever. The Aki roll is my favorite.
Pretty good. The fried rice is different from what I’m used to but it wasn’t bad. Definitely plan to eat here again. I will say that the sushi rolls seemed smaller than other places but I ordered to go so maybe that has something to do with it.
Food sizes were neither too much nor too little, it tasted great and they even provided me a slice of cheesecake for my birthday! Looking forward to celebrating occasions here again. I ordered eel avocado sushi and they make it better than I can when I use store bought ingredients. I’m a pretty decent cook myself and sometimes I feel restaurants to be lacking in quality or compared to my cooking; this isn’t the case here. Lastly, the lunch prices and food portions were another reason we came here. Everything was reasonable and no one in my party was disappointed.
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