I really needed something that would be healthier, lighter and would rid me of the guilt. You don't get to select individual teas at this one like you can at the Burnaby location, but none the less, it's decent. If you find no fish, you have to eat bread. I often wonder what the staff would do if someone actually wanted to order in Japanese? Thus, it's strange to see the remnants of the old bar with the mural of cowboys splashed on the North wall of the restaurant. The first time I gave it 4 stars but this time I give it two star for fishy tasting tuna sushi and over all poor quality food really disappointing.
Essentially you have a Chinese-run Japanese restaurant in a Saloon. Boy, was I feeling guilty! This is by far our favourite sushi place in the Vancouver area. I may bring my 17 yr old daughter cuz she'll kill me if I go for sushi without her seeing as she's the one that turned me on to it. They are way too stiff and are bland. Poor Food and Service I attended a dinner function at Top Gun Sushi at Westminster Quay. Fair to say we did not tip and we will not be returning. The service was terrible along with the food.
I have never been there before but I have heard so much about Top Gun Sushi. If you mainly like the cooked food with sushi rolls, stick with the regular menu. The menu is large and varied, with a good selection of sushi of many varieties available, as well as a wide variety of other japanese food. Ty for finally clicking Pen - your restrictions stopped the old broads from mailing you ~Missy~. Come on out Friday night and eat, drink and be merry with some of your favourite fishies. Poorly prepared and mostly rice with cheap seaweed wrapping.
So my colleague and I ordered quite a few things for lunch since I want to eat less. All of them are not run by true Japanese people, but if you are cognizant of that, you probably would not expect authenticity. All sushi is freshly prepared. I know some people will argue that the Japanese food is generic, not authentic, mass produced, not refined etc. The contents didn't taste fresh and very few of us enjoyed the meal.
The sushi looked worse than something you see at a corner store. Page 1 of 4 , , , Its Sushi time again. You get a few of the dirty fraser river if that is consolidation. It would be like walking into a Chinese restaurant and the staff are Italian. Kasuga Sushi combines fresh food extremely well prepared with reasonable prices.
They selected the one which is called Top Gun Sushi at the Quay. The Shrimp Bombs which are minced shrimp balls coated with bread crumbs were alright, the shrimp is barely noticeable since it has lost its texture and flavour from being ground up. Anyways, as mentioned in my other review of , there are 2 menus for dinner. The sushi was good, the selection was similar to the many all-you-can-eat sushis in the city. I will have my 17yr old daughter with me so it won't be a long night for me. The Oyster Motoyaki was also luke warm, but at least the oyster was fresh and it tasted alright.
The Beef and Chicken Teriyaki came swimming in sauce and were a bit cold. Overall, I would say the food at Top Gun Sushi is average at best. Take out is available, but call well in advance on weekends for these orders on very busy weekends, take out is not accepted. The view of the river is very nice, the decor inside is not spectacular but its not bad. For those who can´t decide what to have, there is a seasonal special plate designed to reflect the chef´s high points, and let you test the waters. They remind me of a Chinese Dim Sum dish called Shrimp Toast. The Salmon Nigiri Sushi was fresh and had a good amount of fat, which I personally like it tastes better and has a buttery quality.
Given this was a dinner function with reservations we had several servers, but none of them seem to have any experience in what they were doing. Because it's on the second floor of a strip mall area, the restaurant if fairly quiet but clean for the most part, except for the womens bathroom. Our only complaint is that we have to find something else to eat on Mondays, when they´re closed. Overall, a great place, would definitely recommend to others. Here are some of the items we ordered: So thanks a bunch for buying this lunch and for being such great project team members. I am not sure if I will come here again. Updated on 12 April 2010: This restaurant has closed according to Urbanspoon.
It is located on the second floor of the Public Market at the New Westminster Quay. I don't know what happened. The Chicken Karaage was fried nicely with a crispy skin and moist, juicy interior. The prices are pretty cheap compared to some other places I went to. Friendly staff, always reflling our drinks and promptly cleaning up empty plates. The Ika or calamari were big rings of squid, but they were a bit chewy and salty. I want to say that you are the reasons that our projects has consistently been successful.