Our first few steps into the Sushi Counter were ones welcomed by cheerful faces that made us want to come there more often. We were quickly escorted to our table, which was great except that the seats were kind of uncomfortable and gave us a backache. We were then approached with menus and started off with the miso soup, which was simply delicious with tofu and seaweed in every bite. For salads, we started off with the kelp salad, which was a little too exotic of our taste, however the quinoa and salmon salad was to die for.
At this point we ordered a platter of Sushi Counter California rolls, passion rainbow dragon (which tastes as good as it sounds), salmon sweet spicy rolls, tuna rolls, avocado shrimp tartare, surf & turf summer rolls, shrimp sushi, and tuna sashimi. It was all good and fresh and the aroma finished the equation to result with the best sushi I’ve ever tasted so far.
We ended it with macaroons for dessert, which were amazing.
Overall we found Sushi Counter to be great, and probably one of the best places to try fresh and tasty sushi.