My friends and I decided that we haven’t been to Mt Fuji’s in a really long time, and so we decided that tonight was perfect because on Thursdays from 5pm-12pm, all sushi is half price – which is great because I can order rolls from any price range without worrying about price overlap. Today, I decided to try the simple Unagi roll (BBQ eel with cucumber) and Running Rebel roll, which consists of white fish, white tuna, & salmon, topped with yellowtail & scallions. It was very light – I wish that the yellowtail could have been more fresh; I think it would have made this roll spectacular. The Unagi roll had just the right amount of eel sauce, and I really enjoyed that (but then again, I think you’ve realized by now that I just love eel).
So, once again, after comparing Mt Fuji’s 1/2 price sushi with Sushi Love, I decided that Mt Fuji comes out on top. I had said earlier that Mt Fuji’s ingredients had lacked freshness, but I think it has improved again since my last remark.
In my mind, however, nothing still compares with the creative rolls of Shiki Sushi.. that’s still a difficult one to beat. I’m not sure how the same owner can manage to make the rolls at Sushi Love and Shiki taste so differently!