japanese invade huntsville

Sean and I have been wanting to try this new Japanese restaurant in town for a while. Saturday night, already tired of turkey leftovers (they are quite yummy, but I can only handle leftovers for so many meals in a row), we decided to go hunting for something a little different. Mikawa’s came up and we easily agreed that it was finally time to try out this strange and new restaurant. Driving up to the restaurant, we were a little skeptical. The parking is rather strange. The second I walk into the restaurant, though, I was immediately surrounded by a calming atmosphere. The interior design is very simple. Asian minimalist. The host was very nice and seated us in a quiet corner. Hell, the whole restaurant was quiet. Even with children there. There are rooms for larger parties where you sit on the floor around a low table, but Sean and I sat a regular table.
Our waiter was very friendly. The menu selection was spectacular. They have everything from sushi to rice dishes to noodle bowls. I tried the sushi, since I had been craving some lately and Sean had one of the noodle bowls. We also had an appetizer of edamame (boiled soy beans) and spicy tuna rolls. I also ordered hot sake since it was cold outside and I have a hard time turning down good sake. The service was timed very well. Our food came out quickly, but slow enough that we could enjoy each course. The food was spectacular. Sean and I were both very impressed. At the end of the meal, our waiter found out that this was our first time, so he treated us to a small bowl of their green tea ice cream. Wonderful. Not too sweet with a very distinct smooth flavor.
Our check came out and Sean and I were pleased with the reasonable prices on everything, especially considering the amount of food we ate. We both left the restaurant pleasantly full of yummy Japanese food. I definitely recommend this place to anyone who enjoys Japanese food.

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  1. It’s behind the Saturn dealership. If you’re looking at the Saturn dealership, you can see the sign off to the right. The road to get to it runs between the Conoco and Driving 2000 dealership.

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