Choose Between Two Options
$19.50 for dinner for two ($33.35), which includes
- One appetizer (a $7.95 value)
- Two sushi rolls (a $11.90 value)
- One ramen plate (a $13.50 value)<p>
$34 for dinner for four ($66.70), which includes
- Two appetizers (a $15.90 value)
- Four sushi rolls (a $23.80 value)
- Two ramen plates (a $27 value)<p>
For appetizers, diners can choose from the chasu buns, chicken karaagz (fried chicken), haru maki (fried spring roll), daikon radish cake, gyoza dumplings, spicy tuna roll, california roll, or edamame. They can choose from five ramen plates: the pork-, soy sauce-, miso-, spicy-, or black garlic sauce-flavored ramen. See the full menu.
Kane Sushi's alphabetized specialty sushi menu stretches from A to T. Or, 420 to T, to be more precise. The 420 Roll contains avocado, tempura shrimp, masago, tuna, and unagi. At the other end of the alphabet, the Too Hot for Sheila roll holds extra spicy tuna and avocado inside, and hamachi outside. In between the two, a huge spread of creative sushi rolls offers something for every palate: crab meat and tempura shrimp with garlic (the Nuclear roll); tobiko, kaiwarei, and salmon (the Marcei roll); and a baked california roll with spicy scallops up top (the Mac and Cheese roll).
But chefs don't just work with raw food—they also prepare kitchen entrees. That means deep-fried chicken, whole-grilled squid and beef ribs, and teriyaki.
64% of 198 customers recommend
“We really enjoyed the ramen. The sushi was fine - we didn't try any sashimi so can't comment on freshness.”
“Great food. Great service! Plan to go back.”
“We had a very good experience”