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A much-awaited renovation gives an updated look and feel to this downtown establishment hidden away on Church Street. Blissfully undiminished is the quality of the food – seaweed salad that crunches just right and sushi so fresh it needs no adornment (though the elaborate rolls are delicious).
Grocery-store sushi bum you out? This tiny spot on well-traveled Colonial Drive should lift your pick-something-up-on-the-way-home spirits. Specializing in reasonably priced variety trays of fresh, well-cut sushi (they’ve got a regular menu of Japanese cuisine as well), Bikkuri proves that it’s possible to make to-go sushi without resorting to the rubbery “fish” they tend to use at the supermarket.
Deceptively situated in a bland I-Drive strip mall, this expensive, elegant sushi restaurant combines minimalist decor with a menu of surprising depth and intrigue to create a flawlessly integrated and refreshing experience. It sounds too simple to notice, but make a point of trying the fried rice with slivered ginger. This is one of the only places in Orlando to experience true Japanese ramen.
Serving since 1988, elegant Ichiban still requires reservations on weekends. The clamor is for its skillfully prepared selection of sushi, from cliched California rolls to artful delicacies like “dancing eel.” They may not break culinary ground, but it’s good food, served with attention and a sense of fun.
Veteran sushi chefs join seasoned restaurant owners for a truly delightful combination. The multi-nation Asian cuisine is no gimmick, each part of the menu meeting and often exceeding expectations.
Neighborhood sushi joint does everything right, from fresh cuts of sashimi to indulgent and thoroughly gratifying rolls. Specialty dishes like grilled-then-steamed “ginga” fish impress, as do their vegetarian options. Consider the “Eastern Healthy” soup with such intriguing ingredients as wolfberry, burdock and red dates. There are nearly 60 meatless options from which to choose, from rolls to specialty stir-fries.
Thirty local brands of paper and leather goods, food, clothing and accessories with creative director Dana Marie Roquemore and producer Mark Baratelli
Solo exhibition of Julia Fernandez-Pol's work
A special Varietease performance from Blue Star and Patrick Fatica
Eight specialty coffee roasters and retailers from around the state
1505 E. Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32803
Phone: (407) 377-0400
Classified Phone: (407) 377-0415
Fax: (407) 377-0420
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