|Choosing from the extensive menu is very "serious" work . . . LOL|
Until this moment if you searched sushi st. thomas all you got was an old review of the dearly departed Akita Sushi.
So I finally got a chance to check out Asuka today. We went after the noon hour rush and the place was quiet with only a few tables of customers. It is pretty clear that they have opened on a shoestring because the place feels sort of only half decorated. Do you know what I mean? And they have neon green bristol board open signs in the windows.
BUT . . . we were warmly greeted and quickly served. We didn't even ask for a full menu so we don't know if they have one. We were there for the all-you-can-eat menu so we could try as many dishes as possible. And we did. Some of the dishes tasted very similar to Akita but some were so much better. I think the butterfly cheese were better and definitely thought the mango rolls were better. We tried fish, chicken, vegetarian . . . a really good cross section of the menu and, of course, finished off with fried banana and ice cream.
Things I love about Asuka: clean, the music is actually background music and not destroying my ears, our food arrived quickly and the table was kept cleared, and the food was delicious.
Things I did not love about Asuka: it is not handicap accessible and bbq eel is only on the supper menu.
If you enjoy a nice dinner out you really should try this restaurant.