JP Seafood Cafe grew out of a successful fish store next door, so you know that the food is fresh. Choose sushi from the Japanese side of the menu, or ... More
JP Seafood Cafe
JP Seafood Cafe grew out of a successful fish store next door, so you know that the food is fresh. Choose sushi from the Japanese side of the menu, or select Korean fare such as the Bi Bim Bap , a beef and vegetable dish. Many diners accompany their meals with a large, silver can of Sapporo beer. Moderately priced, laid-back and full of regulars, this restaurant is a pleasant discovery.
Tasty, tasty food, reasonable prices, and a great environment. The staff wasn't _incredible_, but they did a decent job and didn't detract from the experience. Definitely would go there again. Was pleasant sitting at the bar, too.
This is a GREAT restaurant! I live in JP, so its super convenient. I'm also a vegetarian, so I've only eaten the vegetarian options on the menu, but all of them have been absolutely wonderful. You should definitely try the Vegetable Tempura Udon. MMM... Also the Agedashi Tofu is to die for. Of course the sushi is great, and my personal favorite is the Spinach sushi (oh yeah btw im not one of those vegetarians that eat fish. eww.) The place itself is so pretty and the lighting is great. It's not huge but it's pleasant, with an ocean mural on the wall. The service is great. The only bad thing is that it's on the expensive side, and that's why I only go about once a year. But that one time is totally worth it. Definitely a restaurant you should visit if you're in the area!
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