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July 16, 2008
From journal Visiting Vancouver
London, United Kingdom
August 13, 2005
I'm sure it could have been a much quicker and more casual experience from the leisurely feast we had, and its business suggests that reservations would normally be highly recommended. All in all, it was a surprising and happy find, and one we shall return to again next time.
From journal A Quick June/July Week in Vancouver
Seattle, Washington, Afghanistan
December 20, 2004
You have two options here, either sit at the bar and select plates from the floating boats going around the island or to be seated and served by a waitress. In all the experiences I have had there, I prefer to be waited on and order from a menu. If I felt the sushi was better prepared and it was a little easier to get what I wanted instead of hunting for it on the sushi boats, I might try the other option.
The plates are all color- or pattern-coded to equal the price of the dish served on the plate.
I don’t think I have even had anything there I didn’t like. I have really enjoyed all of the rolls, which, by the way, are of a practical size, and you can actually fit them in your mouth, unlike some of these places that try to make the sushi so fancy and overloaded with ingredients that you just make a huge mess! The mixed tempura basket is yummy too.
Sometimes you have to wait a little while for a table. The service is just okay, nothing too amazing, but the food and prices make up for it.
The restaurant is located right on Robson Street on the second level above the Aldo and other shops. In the summer, there is an outdoor patio overlooking Robson Street.
From journal Vancouver, BC