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I love food, guys. It's true. Eating is probably one of the most enjoyable experiences ever.

I also looooove sushi. I am drawn to it like a moth to the flame. I can't resist. So when I found out that there's a sushi joint literally right next door to Tiger Oak, I almost squeeled with uncooked glee. I've been daydreaming about sushi all week.

Now my time has come and... there is nothing more orally disappointing than mediocre sushi. And to be fair, I haven't tried the Eel yet (because Eel is my absolute favorite and if it is anything less than satisfying I will kill) but the California roll practically fell apart on me! It's completely bland, there's too much rice. And I mean, I got the Cali-roll as a "just in case" good ol', safe standby! The spicy salmon isn't horrible, but it certainly isn't fabulous. I could've gotten this at the sushi-deli at my grocery store.

In short:

Hey, Wasabi? You need to kick up your game. Just sayin'. Snazzy as your interior is, the food is lacking and there are several different restaurants in this fine city that are more than capable of picking up that slack.

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Jan. 26th, 2007 06:43 pm (UTC)
I've only tried sushi once and I don't really remember it. But geez. I hate it that they're places out there that probably will make many people think they hate sushi when they may love it at a decent place. Blowwwwwwws.
Jan. 26th, 2007 11:04 pm (UTC)
I...just can't get into sushi but I love food, too, so getting a poor dish is really quite disappointing.
Jan. 26th, 2007 11:54 pm (UTC)
you remember the crying indian ad campaign? piture me, with a single tear running down my cheek, in front of a sushi restaurant and that's what bad sushi is.
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