Visited Midori for an early dinner date, mid-week around 5 pm. We were the only diners at first, a few people came in for take-away orders. The prices were reasonable. Decent sushi for Hobart as it seems the city lacks good sushi but Midori satisfied my sushi craving at least until we visit Melbourne. Had miso soup, gyoza, a sushi platter, and a dragon roll (I believe it was called?). Miso was delicious, gyoza was decent, could have been crispier. The sushi on the platter was average, lots of rice and not so much filling. Had quite a few teriyaki chicken rolls on it which were not that tasty, a bit fatty actually. However, the dragon roll was delicious. Next time I would just order a couple of those instead of trusting the kitchen choices on the platter.
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