Although I have been dining at Minato for many years, I had an occasion to have lunch with a colleague recently and I was delighted. Not much has changed over the years including the warm reception by the family who owns the restaurant. They remembered me and greeted me with a "welcome back.......long time, no see."
Although I normally eat at the sushi bar we chose a booth since we were discussing business. It was more private and quiet although the restaurant did become quite full by 12:15 or so. One thing I had forgotten is that the portions are generous. Some sushi restaurants cut small pieces of fish and attach large prices. Minato does not do that.
My colleague does not eat sushi but she had a lovely chicken and rice Teriyaki and I enjoyed several specialty rolls and some typical sushi (negiri style). The fish was fresh and tasty and the portions required two bites of the sushi servings. My cup was always full of fresh green tea and the service (as always) was outstanding.
This place is a little out of the way and not in a high profile location. But if you want a delightful and tasty sushi experience for lunch or dinner, try Minato. I am eagerly looking forward to a return trip and highly recommend it.
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