Akasaka is a cross between a teriyaki joint and a Japanese restaurant; the food and price are standard teriyaki joint fare but the portions are HUGE and the addition of green salad, potato salad, and Korean banchan and kim chee (spicy pickled vegatables-these are REALLY good) made this an OUTSTANDING deal for the money.
The teriyaki chicken and steak are a great deal, we always have enough leftovers for another meal, all for about $12.00. There is a good selection of Korean food; the Kalbi ribs and Bulgogi (basically Korean teriyaki meat) were decent. There is a larger selection catering to true korean palates, though we were not familiar with the cuisine, but the food appeared to smell and look good and the portions were also generous.
The sushi is not very good, every time we have eaten it, it was very fishy and did not appear to be the freshest-we have had better sushi believe it or not at Blue Island (a roto sushi joint), though I don't expect it to be the quality of Fujiya or 2 Koi in Tacoma.
Overall a good solid dining experience!
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