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zombiefruitsNorth Vancouver, B.C.Since March 18, 20103 Reviews
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3 (3.1)
  • Food3.5 (3.3)
  • Service3 (3)
  • Value3 (3)
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Manyo Sushi Japanese Restaurant180 E 2nd Street, North Vancouver
Kind of disappointing
Submitted Thursday, March 18, 2010 - 1:15pm [Dine in]

Although I really like the ambience of this place -- neat little closed in booths and orchids on the window sills -- the food was disappointing for the price.

Prices were on the higher side for North Vancouver, and the fish did not have a great texture. The salmon was chewy and the tuna seemed none too fresh.

Service was quite slow, as well, although we seemed to be the only people in the place. I wouldn't go again.

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Sen Sushi1855 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver
My favorite little sushi place!
Submitted Thursday, March 18, 2010 - 1:05pm [Dine in]

I love Sen sushi because the food is good, the fish is fresh, and the service is wonderful.
I've tried the lamb teriyaki and personally I wouldn't get it again, as it wasn't great lamb. Too dry. It was interesting, though.
I finally tried the fried tofu and eggplant, and it was a lovely starter. It came in a really delicious sauce.

The sushi is good! Not the very best I've ever had, but outstanding for the price. The ebi sunomono actually comes with nigiri type ebi, not those little shrimps you often find in cheap sunomono.

Sen is my go-to place for sushi. Not good for a fancy type dinner, but great for everyday sushi, takeout and a casual lunch or dinner.

I can't understand why Sushi Katsu next door seems to be more busy, as their food is awful and more expensive than Sen.

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Saru Sushi105 2nd Street East, North Vancouver
Yummy specialty rolls!
Submitted Thursday, March 18, 2010 - 12:50pm [Dine in]

The descriptions of the specialty rolls enticed me to try this place, and I'm so glad I did!
I went with some friends and so I got to try a lot of the rolls.
~Asparagus and Bacon: Yummy! A must for any bacon lover.
~Tropical salmon (with mango salsa on top): The salmon was good and went very well with the mango.
~Drunken Tiger Roll: Wow! A huge roll with some sort of sweet pale sauce that was very good. I might go back to get this when it's on lunch special for $5.
~Saru's banana roll with crab and chocolate sauce: reminded me of a sundae, and it was actually really good! Huge pieces though! The roll had a whole banana in it.

I had some nigiri too and the fish was fresh and had good texture.
The place is small but clean. It was very cold inside the night we went there, it didn't bother me too much.
The takoyaki was SO GOOD. Reminded me of the takoyaki you can get at Guu.

If you only ever order basic things like salmon nigiri and a tuna roll or something, I'm sure there's a better place, but I'm definately going back for the specialty rolls and the takoyaki!

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