Mega Sushi in Steveston Village, Richmond

I joined a bible study group lunch at Steveston Village. It’s a long story as I do not belong to that bible study group. But one of the member is the teacher of one of the praise dance group I attended. She gave me ride to the praise dance most of the time. So, she invited me to go along since the lunch was on one of the praise dance day.


We had lunch at Mega Sushi at Chatham Street.


The restaurant was busy when we arrived. Luckily, we had reservation.


Roasted rice tea was served.


We shared the food to sample more variety. The above is the signature dish of Mega Sushi, i.e. Mega Tower. I’m sorry for the harsh lighting as we were seated by the window.  The Mega Tower is constructed from assorted sashimi on top of sushi rice in a tower-like shape with organic vegetable and apple sauce, balsamic vinegar and homemade special sauce. This is $19.95 but justifiable by it’s size.


We also had a Mango Roll but I did not manage to take a photo of the whole roll since it was placed at the other far end of the table. Here is the photo of the piece on my plate. The mango roll is $8.95.


Prawn Tempura was crunchy.


We had several sets from the lunch special. The above is Grilled Saba Set for $11.95.


You can click on the menu of the lunch time special to have a larger view.


I must say that the piece of saba was quite small.


The above is the Teriyaki Set for $10.95.


The takoyaki is from the Grilled Saba Set.


Lastly, we also ordered a Spider Roll for $10.95. It was recommended by one of the member. It is made of soft shell crab, imitation crab and cucumber. The soft shell crab was deep fried with some crunchiness in it.


The meal came to $14.75 per person, including tips.


It would be nice if we were seated at the patio which had a cherry tree in bloom at the time of our visit.

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