Japanese cuisine is famous for delectable shushi, shashimi and also a variety of dishes that require a brave palate. But if you wish to binge on good ... More
Japanese cuisine is famous for delectable shushi, shashimi and also a variety of dishes that require a brave palate. But if you wish to binge on good Japanese food without having to go through much of experiments, then Hana Tsubaki is a place for you. Traditional decor makes for a serene environment. Sample some great tasting sushi at their sushi bar or relish a portion of awesome noodles. Interesting use of lighting makes this place ambient. Though crowded at times, this diner compensates it with an efficient staff.
The restaurant was recommended by some friends, we decided to try it out.
Facilities - small locale. About 20 tables, small sushi bar. Small parking lot available, sufficient. Ambiance - evening I ate, was very pleasurable. Low noise, enough to talk without yelling. Easy listening music.
Food - excellent. We have eaten at many sushi places. As soon as we place the food in our mouths and took the first bite, we we noticed how good it tasted. The texture was perfect. The whole table made comments to that effect. We had one combination dish. The meat was perfect, medium cooked, not tough and tasty. Tempura could have been better.
We frequent Mikuni but, I think we found a better value at Hana and better ambiance, more relaxing.
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