This was a birthday lunch for the birthday boy in March.
Initially, he wanted AYCE from Ninkazu but we could not find a parking spot. So, we went with our plan B, Richmond Sushi. When I looked back at the archive of chowtimes.com, Richmond Sushi was one of the very early post. We have not come back as a family but Nanzaro had revisited it several times.
Some cute Japanese items at the display shelf at the entrance.
We can see the chefs working on our way to our tables.
Miso soup and edamame to start off our meal.
I’m most surprised by the size of the grilled salmon head. They are humongous. I will certainly order this again the next time I’m here.
Deep fried items: squid rings, oyster bites and shrimp bombs.
Grilled chicken wings, chicken karage and smelt.
Deep fried tempura, spicy and non-spicy agedashi tofu and chicken terayaki.
Mango pudding to end our meal.
Credit card is accepted here.
Richmond Sushi also offers AYCE hot pot. You can click on the menu to have a larger view.