You know you're at an unusually high-quality sushi bar when they don't serve farmed Atlantic salmon. Wild BC salmon only.The selection of rolls is much more creative than what you would usually find in a sushi restaurant. You wouldn't expect it in this strip mall location.
I ate in at the sushi bar, but it seems that most of their customers order for takeout. So I was the only one dining for most of my stay, at 5:30 on a weekday. Attentive service was not a problem.
I decided to try salmon nigiri, as well as some rolls. There is a huge difference in taste and texture between wild BC salmon and farmed Atlantic salmon. It costs quite a bit more than farmed salmon, but well worth it. The rolls were inventive, with ingredients not usually found in sushi. This would be a great place to take someone to impress them with the quality of local sushi.
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