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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

407 - Mito Sushi  

So we've been in Bowmanville for 9 months now and we had never been to the Mito Sushi at the mall. I hadn't heard great things and it's Bowmanville and in a mall, so I was skeptical. Boy, was I stupid!
It was Paul's birthday this weekend so we decided to bite the bullet and go for the All You Can Eat on Friday night. It was so good and I said "I should have brought my camera so I could blog this!" Yes, I really am that lame.
So Sunday afternoon we went for lunch. This time, I was armed with Paul's camera. I figured mine was too big to slyly take pictures.

It was just as good as Friday night. They bring the coolest kid friendly chopsticks for Ash. He's left handed and not dexterous at all and these let him use chopsticks!

They bring you out a menu-esque form to fill in your choices. If you aren't sure what something is, you can always look in the menu for a description.
Now, the usual All You Can Eat sushi place we go to in Whitby only gives you sweet potato when you order Vegetable Tempura. Mito Sushi wins mega points for actually bringing you assorted veggies, including broccoli. The tempura batter is light so it's crunchy and not greasy and overbearing like some other places.
We were seated in a half booth and I was facing a beautiful piece of art.

We ordered our usual favourite of Spicy Salmon rolls. I was worried because they don't mention "crunchy" but they were, so horray! We also tried the Avocado Rolls. They were delicious! They were soft and delicious and the avocado was perfect. The only sadness about the rolls is that they don't offer Salmon Avocado Rolls which are a staple for us when we go out. I think the rest makes up for it though.

When we went on Friday night we had Salmon Sashimi. It was soft and delicious and like butter. At the Sunday lunch they didn't offer it as it's a dinner thing. The Salmon Nigiri is good enough that you don't miss the sashimi. The rice is slightly sweet and you can tell it's super fresh. This picture does it no justice but Paul's camera is a mystery to me.

The thing that surprised me most though, was how good the handrolls are. I am not a seaweed fan. I don't know how they do it, but the seaweed is actually *good*!

They are also Ash approved.

The presentation was always lovely. You could tell that they didn't just throw stuff on plates despite it being an all you can eat place.

The moral of the story is that if you love sushi, or even just like it, you have to drop by Mito Sushi. Don't want all you can eat? They also have a menu that you can order from. Don't want to leave the house? They also do delivery! There is something for everyone at a decent price. Kids 6 and under eat free, and an adult all you can eat lunch is $11.99. Dinner is $20. Worth every penny and we will most definitely be back!

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