Cheap, fast, efficient, and decent sushi/Japanese food. It's in a good location in Squamish on the way to Whistler, and there's plenty of parking. The place is really busy and kinda small, but there's no table service so everything is pretty fast and the food is ready in 5-10 minutes.
I love this place. It's always my go-to place when I head up to Whistler. Food is good. I had the chicken karage don, portion is pretty generous. Pricing is ok too. Put this in your Whistler itinerary. Oh did I mention there are cool paintings on the wall and they're for sale too!
I ask for extra teryaki sauce everytime and this is what they give me! 3 bites in and I?m eating plain rice and chicken!
Love stopping at the Garibaldi location on my way back to yvr from skiing at Callaghan. Great sushi wraps, nice service.
I was happy with my meal although I could have eaten a bit more. Hungry big eaters are going to need to order more here. Ordered the Tuna Poke bowl. Tea is free and you serve yourself. A bit of a cafeteria style eatery where you order first but they bring your food to you if you are sitting at a table for dining in. Not a date night location, it is a no frills restaurant. It was just what I needed being by myself and wanting a mid point stop and dinner on my way back driving from Whistler to Vancouver. I would likely stop here again in the future if I am in a mood for sushi.
I enjoyed the sushi ? but the pulled pork donburi was made with very sweet teriyaki and the gyoza deep fried instead of pan fried ?. There's nothing in the interior decoration that says this is a Japanese restaurant. You also have to stand up by the cashier to place your order, sanitize your seat and table before and after eating and bus your table at the end. Why would you put some money on the tip jar? ?
Your run of the mill Japanese restaurant, will definitely satisfy your sushi craving if you decide to visit. The restaurant doesn?t seem to be entirely authentic, as many of the menu items are tailored to a more western pallet, however it is good sushi nonetheless.
We stopped by this shop on the way to Whistler from Vancouver near around the lunch time. There were a lot of the guest who wants to take out as wrapping and wait for their orders in the tables. The associated sushi and shrimp tempura which we ordered were not bad but not extremely fresh. And the salad was good with the fresh and sweet source in it. Hot tea was served just free myself. It is worth to visit once.
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