I think I know that chick..lol...Shes not the owners daughter either..
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Hmmm, when me and my friend went we ordered seperately, so if say only he wanted chicken teriyaki, then we only got one however if we both ordered say salmon teriyaki we'd both get it i dunno....we ordered like 10 things each to try stuff out because we've never been to japanese ayce so i guess portions didnt really matter too much to us...z3t3 Nimrod wrote:A couple of co workers and I went there the other day for lunch. Quite frankly, it's not the greatest deal. While it's only $10.99+20% off, the portions of each individual order is very small. For example, we ordered "fried eggplant" and "dumplings", which came out only in ONE piece. One freaking dumpling for 3 ppl?!? Other than that, service was pretty good, friendly asian girls, not too much to complain about there. All in all, a decent place, but there are better AYCE sushi places out there.
Aug 2nd, 2005 11:38 pm
cool cool, well, with the steadily increasing number of sushi ayce's popping up everywhere (soon there will be as many as tim hortons....) I am sure the prep can't be too demanding - so certainly think you are on to something.Cafe_333 wrote:No need. I know that in all kitchen work, it is 90% prep, 10% cook. My context is that there is less prep work done in sushi restaurants than there is in other restaurants.
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thanks, I believe its the newly renovated "Sushi Hut", that used to be in the smaller area facing outside. They now have moved into a larger space that is more cafeteria-like. If it is like the old one, then it is AYCE. (the a la carte portions here are sooo small..)ct976 wrote:nice writeup by trueno.
i found another sushi restaurant at metrosquare today. it is write infront of the teashop inside the mall by the foodcourt. no idea if its AYCE.
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gilboman wrote:nice writeup trueno,
having worked at a few restaurants before, i can attest to the fact that offpeak hours are usually the time when lowest quality food is served, be it the regular kitchen guys are on break and some noob takes over, or the food/ingredients have been sitting for a while and is served.
now there are times when you do get lucky at offpeak hours and you get some fresh stuff especially made for you (rarely).
going to restaurants at off peak hours, you should basically go in and getting served by people who are on break.
now it may not be fair for them to care less when doing stuff while on break, it happens.
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