As I’ve gotten older my ability to eat vast amounts of sushi has decreased but I try my best. So this past Saturday, I skipped breakfast and lunch and planned on a sushi dinner feast.
I started with a bowl of hot and sour soup followed by a bunch of apps … tempura scallops, shrimp, squid and yam washed down with a pot of tea. And then there were some deep fried dumplings and chicken and beef skewers.
And a plate of crispy chicken wings. No dip is offered with them which is surprising.
A couple of pieces of sashimi – salmon and red snapper. No nigiri as I was cutting back on the rice.
And then there was my favourite salmon pizza. I like the eel pizza too.
The presentation of the Deep Fried Mountain Roll was a disappointment. It was NOT the roll I wanted on reflection. I noticed that they’ve reduced the variety of offerings so that may account for it.
And, since I was stuffed by that point, I had a small scoop of mango ice cream (no pic taken) and left having paid ~$25 CDN plus tip.
9 thoughts on “All You Can Eat Sushi”
I love Japanese food, the sushi, the tempura (yes, I love tempura) the Udon soups, all so delicious. It looks like you had an amazing feast!
It was tasty … missed out on some favourites. Just gives me an excuse to go back.
I would definitely say that was a feast…I can see why you would skip a meal before enjoying it.
It helped that I slept in so it ended up being my first meal of the day … around 3:15 pm. 🙂
Deep-fried roll??? I’ve never heard about it (at least don’t remember…) It looks and sounds very rich, but must be delicious! Good food in “all you can eat” places is too tempting for me! I try to keep far from such restaurants 😉
You dip the roll (nori on the outside) into tempura batter and deep fry it. Not every sushi restaurant offers them.
I have never really had a lot of Sushi but you make this sound like such a feast!!
I’ve posted previous AYCE sushi feasts I’ve had (mostly on my LJ) and there’s such a variety that you can have a different meal each time you go. Next time, I’m getting a bunch of nigiri. Cause I love it … a lot.
And some maki and temaki (hand rolls).