Making sushi is an inherently quiet and intense process. Chefs tightly roll seaweed and rice around fish and veggies at One More Sushi. The meditative calm is cut by the sounds of crackling grills covered in teriyaki sauce and meats. Hot oil bubbles up around tempura-battered veggies and even bananas, and pots of miso soup pour forth steam like a fax machine built in the 1800s.
Situated inside the Travelodge Duncan, Sequoia Kitchen + Buffet satisfies families of travellers and locals alike with a menu of elegant comfort foods. Chefs wield a gourmet touch when creating such dishes as lobster mac 'n' cheese or pulled-pork sandwiches cut into the shape of a giant truffle. The kitchen also serves breakfast daily and sets out lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch buffets that feature 14 hot dishes, two soups, and a salad and dessert bar.