Frequently near Yokohama Sushi in West Boca, we finally had the chance to eat here. They have a broad menu, including some deals. There are also items you have to order in advance, like the Gangster Chicken.
The menu makes it a good place for an izakaya approach (sharing a variety of dishes) if you have 4-8 adults.
We started with miso soup – they have three kinds. We tried regular and with dumplings. Both are delicious. Best miso soup we’ve had in South Florida.
In a sampling mood, we also got the combination yakitori and and order of fried gyoza. The yakitori had great flavor though the beef was a little too chewy for me. Gyoza were fine.
The pictures below were taken after each was half eaten.
The interior was pleasant, and small. There are 7 tables and about 10 seats at the sushi bar. Some peppy electronic music played in the background. I didn’t love that but it wasn’t bad either. Not the cheapest but prices are reasonable and the food is quite good. Our waitress was very attentive.
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