Thursday, March 12, 2009

Mitoushi Sushi Review-Half the Price Without Compromising Quality

Do you enjoy eating sushi, but can’t afford to stomach the prices nowadays? You’re not alone. These days, most people are tightening their belts and cutting back on non-necessities, which include dining out. However, for that spicy salmon lover out there, there’s a little bit of hope in a little shopping center called Akron Plaza. It’s right off of Richmond Ave., across the street from Chilli’s on Akron St. In that shopping center resides a Japanese restaurant called Mitoushi Sushi. While Japanese restaurants are everywhere, this one has a slight competitive advantage over many of the others. While this recession has brought down the prices of homes and the prices of cars, Mitoushi Sushi has even brought down the price of sushi, by half. Welcome to the wonderful world of half price sushi that’s not half the quality.

Mitoushi Sushi offers all of your favorite rolls, including some very interesting specialty rolls. Their specialty rolls are good, but are regular price. But you’re not coming here for their specialty rolls. The real bargain lies in your everyday rolls. All of your basic rolls (i.e salmon, tuna, spicy salmon and tuna, eel avocado, etc.) are all $2.95, all day, everyday. I repeat, all day everyday. These aren’t weekday lunch specials. And the individual pieces of sushi are only $1.25 a piece all day every day as well. There are many restaurants on Staten Island that offer extravagant specialty rolls, with extravagant prices. And if that’s what you’re looking for, then I recommend going to Fushimi or even Sapporo. However, if you’re in the mood for a quick Sushi lunch or dinner, and don’t mind sticking to the basics, then you can’t go wrong with Mitoushi Sushi. Mitoushi Sushi offers good quality sushi at a price we could all swallow.

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Anonymous March 12, 2009 at 3:00 PM  

They were also donating a percentage of each bill to the GRACE Foundation, which serves children with Autism, at the diner's request....