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October 4, 2004
My entree was a grilled escolar with a brushetta sauce on top (tomatoes, basil, and garlic). The fish was grilled to perfection and very tasty.
The chicken spring roll appetizer was tasty, but a bit of a disappointment for $9. There were four pieces that were less than 2 inches long (and they were cut on the diagonal). They didn't vary too much from regular egg rolls, only in price.
The restaurant itself is very small and intimate with a Japanese fishing theme inside. The walls are wood, and I believe all of the tables are booth style.
Overall, the food was very good and I would recommend it.
From journal Central California Coast Weekend
by J Hanlon
October 11, 2000
From journal A Short Carmel Getaway