We used to spend a lot of time in Port Townsend when my parents lived there, but we haven't been there in ten years or so. We are pretty familiar with the old favorites, which are outstanding, but we were interested in trying someplace new., and sushi is a favorite with my husband.
The room is pleasant and the menu had lots of interesting choices. One person order sushi and he said it was good. Hubby ordered the seafood yakisoba and that was excellent. One ordered a seafood special in sweet chili sauce and that was very good. I made the mistake of ordering sukiyaki and it was tasty but woefully deficient in ingredients. There was no tofu, nor could I find any mushrooms. No transparent noodles. Very little cabbage. The meat ended up in little clumps. The broth was good but there was too much in relation to the few ingredients in it. I ended up bringing the broth home and I will make my own sukiyaki tomorrow.
The other disappointment was the sunumono. Three of us ordered it with Dungeness crab. I think the price was 8or 9 dollars. For that we got a small bowl with some seaweed, one cucumber slice, one piece of crab claw meat, and a few more flakes of crab. The flavors were good, but there should have been more cucumber, and a bit more crab, for that price.
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