19 February 2018

Review: Mr. Sushi – Cherry Hill NJ

Category: Reviews — Posted by Michael at 1309

When you think of an all-you-can-eat restaurant, you don’t always expect high quality food. However, Mr. Sushi serves exactly that. This isn’t a buffet. It’s a sit down restaurant that serves not only fresh, made to order sushi, but also a full menu of other Japanese food. When you are seated, you’re presented with 2 slips of paper. One is the sushi menu. It includes a nice assortment of sushi rolls, nigiri sushi, sushi burritos and bowls (I haven’t tried the latter yet.) and even 17 kinds of sashimi. We’re not talking premade sushi with no actual fish in it like you find at many Chinese or Japanese buffets. This is the real thing. The second menu is for other dishes including salads, appetizers, tempura, teriyaki, hibachi, noddles, rice and desserts. You simply mark off on the menu how many you want of each item and give it to the server. When the server brings your food, he/she gives you 2 new menu slips and the process starts all over again. Besides letting you eat as much as you want, it also gives you the chance to try new things and find out what you like or don’t like since you can get as little one piece of each menu item. They only ask that you don’t waste excessive amounts of food. It’s unfortunate they have to say this, but you know there are people who will take advantage of them no matter what.

All of the food was delicious. The 2 or 3 chefs at the sushi bar prepare everything to order and do a really good job of it too. All of the staff is friendly and attentive. If you want an all you can eat experience without having to throw an elbow or two in order get to food that’s been sitting on a buffet all evening, then I highly recommend this place.

18 June 2009

Happy International Sushi Day

Category: Cooking/Food,Randomness — Posted by Michael at 1056

SushiApparently today is International Sushi Day. It sounds like a made-up holiday to me but do you really need an excuse to eat sushi? So go out and get yourself some tuna maki or something. Just watch the wasabe.

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