Note: Yesterday there was a fire at Kyushu, so we will have to wait and see what the status of this restaurant will be.
After my unfortunate break up with Ambrosia, I had a hankering for sushi. Naturally, it was the coldest day of the year, so I bundled in my North Face jacket, gloves and a fleece headband to head out and enjoy some raw fish.
The first thing I noticed about Kyushu is when walking by the place looks deserted. Not a good sign for the freshness of the food, I thought. Once again, I was wrong. Upon entering, we saw that the back room was crowded and the sushi room at the front of the restaurant was filled.
We ordered an assortment of sushi pieces and rolls. We were quickly told that they were out of one type of fish and were offered a different choice, which was not on the menu.
The service was a bit haphazard, but friendly, as is the case in many places here. Our server suffered a case of too many people seated at once and couldn’t quite pull it together. At least he was nice and got our order correct.
Overall, the sushi was nicely presented and tasty. it was exactly what on would expect from a local, not-too-fancy sushi place. I would not hesitate to go back, and, in fact, am looking forward to my return visit.