Off the Beaten Path
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Sushi City has an all-you-can-eat option with a catch. You have to pay extra if you order something and do not eat it. Parking is easy and handicap accessible. The atmosphere is comfortable and casual. Polite and friendly, the greeter apologized that we had to wait a few minutes to be seated, even though we were a few minutes early before opening time. The tables and restroom were immaculate.
Ordering off the menu has check boxes for appetizers, entrees, and side dishes. Lunch for an adult is $14.99, and dinner is $22.99. The goal is to figure out how much you want and stop there. If you want more, you may order more. Allow time for your order because everything is made fresh on the spot. It is worth the wait. The menu has a few vegetarian options.
The entire party would share the dishes if all ordered the all-you-can-eat option. We ordered the gyoza (pan-fried and marinated dumplings), cheese wontons, California roll, three other sushi rolls, the chicken teriyaki bowl with grilled chicken, and shredded cabbage. I like teriyaki sauce, so the kitchen made some for me. It was a challenge to eat it all. The table next to us with young boys reordered sides and appetizers several times. The wait staff was patient and pleasant.
Sushi City also offers hibachi platters with fried rice or hibachi noodles. Customers had packed Sushi City by the time we finished lunch. Bento boxes are also available with white rice, spring roll, California rolls, and soup or salad with a protein for lunch, and add shrimp, sweet potato tempuras, and a roll of choice for dinner. I am committed to trying all ten, but it will be hard not to return to either Chopstix or Sushi City. Both practically share a parking lot, so I may toss a coin to decide.