- $16 for $30 worth of Japanese cuisine
- See the menu.
Classic sushi ingredients, such as cucumber and tuna, join inventive ingredients, including pickled plums, in Sushi Ave’s sushi rolls. Sushi chefs lay nearly two dozen different proteins—from smoked salmon to quail eggs—across a bed of rice to make nigiri. In the kitchen, they heat up the stove or kitchen campfire to make chicken teriyaki and shrimp tempura, along with some creative appetizers. The selection of the latter boasts ika panko—squid and oysters coated in panko bread crumbs and deep-fried.
78% of 116 customers recommend
“Kind staff and great value.”
“The green tea ice cream is two scoops- enough for two people.”
“Very nice, wide variety of menu choices, extremely helpful staff”