You walk in and you’re greeted by a friendly hostess and asked if you’d like a booth or sit at the bar. The booth offers a more intimate experience, but the plus side to sitting at the bar means you get to pick dishes from their ever moving river. At the bar dishes float along on little boats. In the middle of the bar stands the sushi chef readily making rolls and sashimi as plates get picked up by hungry guests. The restaurant itself is brightly lit and inviting. We decided to grab a booth since the bar was already slammed.
Their menu is pretty extensive with several specialty rolls to pick from, in addition to Pad Thai, fried rice, udon noodle bowls and a few other Asian dishes. My boyfriend started off with their house salad which consists of lettuce, carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes and a ton of ginger dressing. My boyfriend really enjoyed the salad and he seems to be a bit of a ginger dressing freak. Once he was done I caught him licking the bowl to get every last bit of the dressing.
I liked this place, from the floating sushi river at the bar, eager to help staff to their extensive menu. If you want a sushi option other than RA sushi in Pembroke Pines, this is a place to definitely check out. It's not going to blow your mind, but it will get the job done. My boyfriend said he actually preferred RA sushi over this place when the music isn't blaring, but I think that has something to do with the fact that he's into pata sucias.
15791 Sheridan St
Pembroke Pines, FL 33331