la2 la2 il akil maqlab istaghfarallah, i've been eating sushi since i was in grade 4 (9yrs old) and this has been by far the lowest quality i've tasted.
yes, Maki restaurant is good in its own way where they introduced their fusion ideas in to their makis, and incorporated what the current market and people is eating and made it based on customer wants.. so basically they are relating to the customer
Kei is considered the best from my own point of view, and then comes Sakura and Wasabi. they are what i call a typical sushi/ japanese food resturant.
IM SO SAD TO SAY THIS, BUT Sushi-kw TASTED EVEN WORSE THAT SUSHI CLUB RESTAURANT.
it had nothing creative about it, and one of the sauces felt like it had so much smoked cheese, i can even tell you what kind of cheese it was since it was so strong.
i wish them the very best, bas an adivce would be the following:
either you stick to original sushi , or if you are deciding to have fusion makis and sushis, you should really think what best goes with the makis you're creating.
have something chithy delicious yet simple... try for example a roll that has crab, salmon, avocado and ginger, then the outer layer should be rice with just a hint of caviar, that would be amazing.
becareful when using the tar tar sauce as it does no go with everthing and everyone's taste.
add a bit of salt to the edamame after straining it from the boil
all of your maki tasted almost the same, try to have a signature taste for every maki to make it unique than the others
try not to put a lot of avocado in each maki as it makes most of the taste of the makis the same
last but not least do the following: a maki that consists of crunchy shripms, on top would be shredded crab with caviar, as for the sauce, it should be a spicy sauce, it doesn't have to be something so complicated, a simple sweet chilli sauce is just a solution
wish you the best of luck
till next time,