A bar with a selection of beer and Japanese sake that also serves seasonal seafood dishes at affordable prices. Salmon and tuna sashimi, abalone cooked in butter, diced steak, and chicken Karaage (fried chicken) are just a few of the offerings at Ushio priced at around ¥500 per plate. During lunch hours, the restaurant offers rice bowls with different choices for toppings, from seafood to Tempura. Chinese speaking staff on hand.
Offers entrees designed around the day's catch sourced every morning from the fish market, featuring an Assortment of 6 varieties of Sashimi, whose affordable seasonal offerings make it a local favorite. Other items on the menu include Japanese cuisine crafted from fresh seafood, Kushikatsu (deep-fried breaded meat or vegetables on skewers), and Sushi. The restaurant also boasts a select line up of Japanese Sake, including the Fukuju Junmai Ginjo, which won the Highest Gold Medal at an international Sake competition. Photos accompany the menu to make ordering easy.
The Bikkuri Araiso Ohbachi Zukuri, with its generous serving of fresh seafood, is this restaurant's specialty. Using only ingredients that pass the chef's eye test, the entrees not only taste good, but they also look good. Dassai, a Monde Selection award-winning Japanese Sake, is among more than 15 varieties offered here and pair wonderfully with the entrees. Attention to detail doesn't end with the food -- it extends to the design of the space, from the counter seats with a view of the food being prepared to the modern Japanese aesthetic of the private rooms.
Enjoy one of the finest Japanese culinary experiences and watch the master make your sushi right in front of you. Choose from a variety of offerings made from fresh and local seasonal catch. Kaisen Kaitenzushi Ganko offers high quality tuna and prawns at reasonable prices. The sushi comes drifting by on a conveyor belt-type lane so grab one that catches your eye. You can also place separate orders by touching the item you want on the LCD screen mounted at your table.
Come in to experience nigiri sushi, the ambassador of all Japanese cuisine in which a master chef takes a palmful of rice, a slice of fish and quickly molds them into a small meal. Different varieties of sushi placed on a long conveyor belt float by. Simply pick the plate of sushi you want off the belt. The color of the plate corresponds to the price. Separate orders can be made too. Ask the server. For those who are squeamish about eating raw fish, we have alternatives such as sushi wrap featuring okra and seaweed or sushi topped with broiled seafood.