I’ve been intrigued at the restaurant called Ginza Sushi & Asian Cuisine, for a while now, that’s located in East Windsor on Lauzon Road. I put some of my worries aside and gave it a shot.
Indulge in California rolls, Spider rolls, Salmon handrolls, Sashimi, miso soup, beef and chicken teriyaki and tons more.
The staff are quite hospitable and extremely polite.
Before you know it, plate after plate is arriving at your table. The portions are perfectly sized because you get to sample a little taste, even if you’ve never had it before. All dishes are nicely presented too. My only complaint is that since the atmosphere has a beautifully Asian feel to it, the sports playing on the big-screen TV’s take away a little bit of the ambience.
A couple of suggestions when you do go:
Don’t check off tons of items right off the bat, unless you know that you’re going to eat them all. Pace yourself. You can order as much as you like, so there is no rush.
The first time, I ordered way too many sushi rolls (some come in the traditional 6 pieces). This time around, I was careful choosing what I knew I could finish. Since your table will be filled with dishes before you know it, try and order the hot food first so it doesn’t get cold. Also, if you’re not keen on the seafood aspect or the smell of seaweed, don’t fret because there’s really something for everyone to enjoy, whether it’s Thai, Japanese, or Chinese.
If you’re used to the “North American” style, go for some delicious chicken balls, spring rolls or chicken fried rice. To end the meal, desserts are included, so you can feel refreshed with some tasty ice cream choices. My personal favourite is the red bean ice cream.