Foodology

Akari Japanese Restaurant: Sushi In Delta

Diana Chan March 10, 2013 Delta, Izakaya, Japanese, Seafood, Three Beakers

Akari Japanese Restaurant

Akari Japanese Restaurant is located in Delta at Strawberry Hill. I would have never thought to have Japanese food in this area. Plus, I never frequent this area anyways. The restaurant has been around for 15 years and is operated by Koreans, so you will see some of that influence come out in their cuisine.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

This place was packed on a weekend and was quite busy.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

When we sat down, we received some tea.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

M and Scarface as usual always orders a coke wherever they go.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

Complementary edamame beans arrived soon after.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

Secret Castle Salad ($11.95) contains crab meat, salmon, tuna, avocado, tobiko, and sprouts with 3 kinds of dressing. This item was pretty impressive and looked amazing.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

You can see the layers of all the ingredients. You need to dig in to discover all the ingredients in this.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

Spicy Delight ($6.95) contains salmon, tuna, tobiko with a spicy sauce served in orange cup.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

Akari Island ($8.95) has spicy sashimi wrapped by seared salmon,  and tobiko on top spicy house sauce. The salmon that wrapped around the roll could have been a bit more smooth or seared more lightly.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

 Crazy Roll ($10.95) is a deep-fried California roll with Tobiko. You can substitute it with black rice, so its more healthy.

 Akari Japanese Restaurant

Black Cod Miso Yaki ($12.95) the cod is marinated with miso and sake and then grilled. It is served on a hot plate with vegetables.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

Akari Roll ($10.95) has tuna, salmon, Aasparagus, tobiko, ebi, avocado, crabmeat with a soy wrap instead of seaweed.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

Rock Cracker Roll ($10.95) contains double prawn, cucumber, avocado, crab meat on top with deep-fried scallop, spicy flakes, and tobiko.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

Coffee Ice Cream came with 2 scoops and was very enjoyable. We were surprised this was even an option since most places only have green tea or mango ice cream. This was our favorite.

Akari Japanese Restaurant

Green Tea Ice Cream was the other ice cream we got. It was good and was a good way to end the meal.

Overall, Akari Japanese Restaurant is good if you live in this area. It isn’t the best but one of the better ones in the Delta area.

We Rate Akari Japanese Restaurant: 

Address:
7261 120th Street
Delta, BC

Website:
http://www.deltaakari.com/

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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.