For posts on various restaurants that I visited, go here.
Prologue: May 10th is National Small Business Day. One of those are these cute little mom and pop restaurants or locally owned cafes and dive-ins. This series brings forth those little nuggets of places that I visit for my meals.
Verdictum: Small and intimate feeling with delicious vegetarian options in Sushi makes this one of the go to place for me to try Sushi again in future.
One of the newer restaurants that opened in Newington, Connecticut post-pandemic is this iKura Sushi Bar & Grill. I rarely go to a Sushi place since it primarily consists of raw fish in almost every dish they make. However, in recent years Sushi expanded into more vegetarian options including noodles and fried rice. This place came as a surprise to me and my family and friends who came with me.
Here are my 2 cents:
- Articulately decorated with sushi themed décor lined up every corner of the restaurant. I loved the jellyfish inside the lights.
2. Various selections of vegetarian Sushi options thrilled us. They were perfectly portioned and delicious. Never had Garlic Buttered Edamame before and this stimulated out taste buds to want more. 🙂 And dont forget the cute desserts in Mochi ice cream.
3. There were options for noodles and rice that we ordered the second time we went.
4. Reasonably priced and pleasing service.
5. Plenty of parking closer to the restaurant so patrons don’t have to walk long.