Koi Sushi was one of the few restaurants open for dinner on a statutory holiday. We were really hungry after a full day on Pelee Island. The atmosphere at Koi Sushi is trendy and appealing as is the presentation of food, however we were sadly disappointed in the quality.
We'd started with miso soup and expected it to be delicious. But instead we received a watered down version . Neither of us finished a bowl. The sushi we chose was average, but we certainly enjoyed the Firecracker 13 "Best Seller" - two thumbs up for that dish. Unfortunately, the Chicken Teriyaki dinner was so poor in that the chicken was rubbery with no natural flavour or texture. It tasted very commercial, "factory farmed" if you will. At $18 this is extremely over-priced, and leaves a poor impression.
Perhaps the owner and chef could consider partnering with local farmers, that is if they're not doing so already. I can imagine that in a place like Kingsville, surrounded by agriculture, people would deman high quality food at the table where possible. After all, it seems to be very accessible.
We received friendly service, but won't be returning to this restaurant until changes in food quality are made.
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