I found this spot to be another over hyped Roatan restaurant. I really enjoyed our apps and dessert, but was really underwhelmed by their sushi rolls. All 4 that we had, the spicy crunchy conch, lobster California, vanilla sky, and blue marlin roll were pretty eh ok to not-so-good. The seaweed salad was delicious though. The shrimp tempura was tasty, though my dining companion thought the tempura was too thick. And the dessert, a lemon watermelon sorbet "cake" with a cream topping was refreshingly awesome.
I'm surprised though by all the stellar reviews here calling this the best sushi ever. Makes me wonder about the tastes of others. At the risk of sounding like a snob, which I very well may be, the sushi rolls at the worst place in NYC isnt much worse then what we had at Rendezvous. The rolls were esthetically pleasing yes, but taste, not so good. In fact, between the two of us, we used most of the bottle of soy sauce.
Speaking with Eric, the owner and sushi maker gave us perspective on island life and being an ex-pat. It was a comfortable envirionment and good conversation. It's a lovely space their home. A nice place to visit. I wouldn't want you to expect the best sushi of your life. Though being on vacation on a beautiful island does make everything that much better.
Don't forget to make a reservation!
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