Arkensen does not have class on Friday. So, he will ask me to bring home lunch for him after my cake meet with Polly.
Since I was in Steveston Village, I got him sushi from Sushi Ten.
It’s a small restaurant and customer orders from the counter.
Sushi Ten is decorated with some traditional Japanese artwork and colour menu on the wall. A Red Crown Crane or Japanese Crane Poster decorated another wall. Paper crane is a popular Japanese origami.
I ordered a Sockeye Roll Combo for Arkensen. It consists of 1 Alaska roll, 1 salmon roll and 1 spicy salmon roll.
The combo is $10.50 before tax. Sushi Ten accepts credit card.
You can click on the menu to have a larger view.
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i find their sushi to be too expensive for the quality you get. you can there in some of the maki rolls there is almost no fish in it