As Sushi grows its popularity more and more everyday that even gas stations are now selling them. Most people forget that Sushi is not just an exciting mouth trip but its also an art. I'd usually let it go if the Sushi was purchased from a supermarket but Akanomi is a restaurant that supposedly specializes in Sushi.
The Sushi here was rolled loosely which loses its form and it appears that the chef focused more on the artistic presentation (cherry tomatotes cut to make it look like a rabbit) and forget that basics of Sushi making. For some of us who have tried to make Sushi at home, this is the reason for the rolling bamboo mat; it appears the Sushi chef in Akanomi needs a couple of this.
The chef did showcase some sushi tasty combinations such as mangoes, lobsters, spicy tuna and etc which was good (probably better eaten with a spoon and not a chopstick since it was falling apart).
This place was hyped by some people who have been; but was disappointed by the quality. We only tried the Sushi at this place and therefore can't comment on the other items in the menu.
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