This is one of those strange places because they have a lot going on with the menu. They claim to be an Asian Fusion place, but when you look over the menu they have – Sushi, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Sandwiches, Teriyaki, Salads and American. I think because it’s located more in the country they have to keep the regular plain folks that like a good burger or chicken fried steak, but their also trying to grab the more adventures ones that like a good Asian dish.
Overall it was a good place and the prices seemed reasonable with other Asian style places we’ve been.
We had a Groupon that we bought for $10 which allowed us $20 of food, which is worth trying the place.
First we started out with some sushi, Spicy Tuna Roll $6 (red tuna, spicy sauce) and Sunrise Roll $9 (smoked salmon, avocado, mango, cream cheese, crunch topping, eel sauce). We both really liked the sunrise roll, except it’s a little too big for one bite.
D ordered the General Tso’s Chicken $10.95 (Select cuts of premium chicken battered with light and crisp tempura, deep fried until golden, tossed in a red Generals sauce with crushed red pepper, green peppers and onions. Served with your choice of steamed white rice or Chinese fried rice blended with carrots and peas.) The dish was ok, I think we’ve had better General Tso’s at other places. The best part was the fried rice it’s really good.
I ordered the Angry Beef $11.95 (Wok prepared select cuts of beef, Sukiyaki mix of onions, carrots, fresh red and green bell peppers, Sriracha hot chili sauce and crushed red pepper all tossed in a brown sauce served with your choice of steamed white rice or Chinese fried rice blended with carrots and peas.) This dish was really good and packed full of flavor. I would recommend ordering this one for sure. There was enough for me to bring half of it home for lunch the next day.