I’ve been on a sushi kick lately. First it was the loud lunch at Miku Restaurant in downtown Vancouver. Now, it’s a dot com lunch at Sushi Town in North Vancouver.
Unlike Miku, Sushi Town is a more traditional sushi restaurant with much more reasonable prices. We had six people for our dot com lunch and ended spending $25 less than lunch for three at Miku. This doesn’t mean the sushi is a lower quality. Well, it might be a little lower, but not much. The sushi was very fresh and the portions were quite big.
What you will not get at Sushi Town that you’ll get a Miku is white tablecloths and exceptional service. The level of service at Sushi Town is very hit and miss. Sometimes, you’ll get an attentive server. Sometimes, you’ll have to jump through hoops to get her attention. While the service isn’t consistent, the food is. I’ve dined at Sushi Town numerous times and the sushi was always good. It’s the reason why I keep going back.