I've been to Sushi Cho for lunch a number of times. I've also been to an "all you can eat" sushi place a little further up Broadway Blvd. too, and there's simply no comparison. There's just something off-putting about buffet style sushi (which is usually limited to California rolls, tuna and shrimp sushi--no frills) and then there's something really genuine and uncommonly awesome about Sushi Cho.
SC's bento box lunch option is a great mix of tempura fried shrimp, veggies, and simple sushi plus a salad, and they have a pretty good selection of noodles too, although I don't get past ordering sushi. There's actually a huge selection of lunch specials to chose from, and Sushi Cho was really smart in building those specials to include a large number of Japanese and Sushi combinations. I also appreciate the fact they serve a small serving of edamame and a nice miso with most of those specials.
I've developed a love for a couple variations of eel and the soft-shell crab, but have also tried the dragon roll, Vegas roll, and some others. The sushi is fresh and sticky and fresh. And sticky. The tempura has always been crisp and golden--I consider the thick slabs of tempura sweet potato to be my dessert.
The service is immediately prompt when you enter, and attentive and friendly as you dine. Simple things like beverages are kept topped off. Sushi Cho seems to work hard to make sure you don't abuse your lunch hour too...which just adds validity to any review whether they mention that or not.
I've never tried their selection of ice cream for dessert, but they look fantastic (green tea, ginger, and some other flavor--I can't remember or find it on the Google machine right now). The ONLY kink I've ever experienced is entirely not SC's fault: parking can be sketchy (REALLY Carl's Jr.? You need ALL those spots?)
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