I can’t believe we haven’t reviewed Sushi House yet. We’ve been here multiple times and Sushi House is the standard to what we compare Japanese restaurants against. They’re most known for their Lion King Roll and Bay Scallop Roll. They’re both baked Maki rolls wrapped in foil. We usually just order a bunch of rolls and share it with friends and/or family.
Of course, they also have my favorite Amaebi, complete with daikon and fried shrimpheads. I’m also a sucker for Sashimi of various kinds, rolls containing Sashimi, and Chirashi.
For the kids, Melody ordered the Tenzaru Soba noodles once (it came with tempura) and it was HUGE. Of course, she also had to have her favorites: Inari and Edamame. The chidren’s plate was better suited for her as it was just the right proportion of food. This comes with a choice of one entree item, tempura, miso soup, salad (which she absolutely loved), and rice.
The only drawback to Sushi House is the line. There are no reservations, so you have to get into the door as soon as possible to write your name on the waiting list. Waits can be from 15 minutes to 45 minutes depending on what time of the day you go and how many people are frequenting the place.
Children’s Menu [y]
Changing Station [?]
Stroller Access [average]