I frequent House of Minis or Kimono Ken in the food court. But sometimes, when there were crazy urges to splurge, we go up to the 6th floor.
Recently, because of our love of Japanese food, we dined in Sumo Sam again hence, the recollection of the above (which made this post a little longer teehee!).
Their California Maki is made extra special by placing
crab strips and Japanese mayo on top.
Japanese food is all about art. Yes, even their ramen noodle soup.
And I think Sumo Sam makes sure that the Japanese food
they serve lives up to the culture from which
their food originated.
This was my first time to order Spider Rolls.
I couldn't figure out if the black seeds on the outside
are still sesame seeds or flax seeds.
Sorry guys, I wasn't able to ask.
And of course, I couldn't visit a Japanese restaurant
without ordering my favorite
Spicy Crunchy Tuna Salad.
Sumo Sam's has a lot of leafy greens
than the tuna. For me, I'd rather have a lot of tuna
rather than the raw greens.
And we ordered chicken teriyaki as an afterthought.