Richmond Sushi in Union Square, Richmond


This was a birthday lunch for the birthday boy in March.

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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.

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Some cute Japanese items at the display shelf at the entrance.

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We can see the chefs working on our way to our tables.

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Miso soup and edamame to start off our meal.

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Various sushi.

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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.

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Various rolls.

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Deep fried items: squid rings, oyster bites and shrimp bombs.

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Grilled chicken wings, chicken karage and smelt.

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Deep fried tempura, spicy and non-spicy agedashi tofu and chicken terayaki.

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Mango pudding to end our meal.

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Green tea.

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Credit card is accepted here.

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Richmond Sushi also offers AYCE hot pot. You can click on the menu to have a larger view.

Richmond Sushi Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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