Yes indeed, I took another visit to Farmers Market the day after Christmas. I had some cash to use from a present I recieved. So I had the time and cash to splurge on myself. After browsing the stores like, Victorias Secret, Barnes and Noble, Bath & Body Works, Crate & Barrel, Bannana Republic, Apple Store and Table La Sur at The Grove. One could only imagine how hungry one can get after the long day of shopping.
There is a restaurant in Farmers Market I always wanted to try out. The name of it is Kado -Ssushi – Teppan Lounge. It’s on the more pricier side. But I thought what the hey, it’s Christmas time and I had a little cash left over. Well, it so happens that on the way up the stairs a Kado Hostess was passing out flyers on their specials. Which was a $20.00 all you can eat sushi bar. the special runs till February 15, 2008. Much better than paying the typical $4.00 – $8.00 per plate of sushi. and I wanted to try different kinds and didn’t want to be limited to one to three dishes to try. So I opted for the all you can eat. the hours to for the all you can eat sushi is from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.
I got there roughly around 2:30 pm with my daughter and a family friend. There were a few patrons there and was not overly busy. Once we walked through the front door we got a big greeting from the sushi chefs who shout out their way of welcoming you in Japanese.(mind you there were four of them). Once we sat down and the waitress handing me the drink list(which i bypassed and choose to have water). Chopsticks and a dish of fresh wasabi(green of course) and gari – fresh pickeled ginger were set to the side. A placemat of pictures of the different types of sushi was at my table setting so I can identify them on the conveyor belt. Kado primarily serves futomaki, hosomaki and uramaki styled sushi.
The first dish I picked was of course was the freshly cooked soybean. I love seeding the pods for the delicate soy bean. And it’s a good thing to have a friends with you. whatever you may not care for, you may share with your friends. We chose these types of sushi off of the conveyor belt:
temaki – spicy tuna rolls
california rolls – crab and avocado
himachi – yellow tail
hotato – scallops
sake – salmon
amaebi – sweet shrimp
edamame – soybeans
So make a visit to Kado – Sushi – Teppan Lounge in the next few weeks to take advantage of the special pricing on their all you can eat sushi. The pricing, ambience and excellent tasting sushi is well worth it.