Last time I went to Sushi Elephant, M and I did takeout and didn’t get the full experience of dining in the restaurant. Since a bunch of us were bored, we decided to try out more of the different items. They offer daily specials too.
The inside of the restaurant is quite large and can accomodate large groups!
The Tea was really good. I don’t know what type it was, but we all agreed it was some pretty good tea!
Tuna & Salmon Don ($10) comes with 4 slices of salmon and 4 slices of tuna.
Toro Sashimi ($14) was nice and fatty, but it can be quite expensive.
Katsu Curry ($11) was large! You get a big piece of pork cutlet with a mild curry with a mixture of meat and vegetables. It also comes with a bowl of rice. M though this curry was a bit dull and the sauce was thin. The price was good, but the quality could be a bit better.
Hot Night Roll ($10) has prawn tempura, crab meat and topped with spicy tuna.
The Hot Night roll was pretty good! Unique name for the roll too.
Dancing Lady Roll ($8) was something I’ve never seen before. The sushi roll was cut very thinly and plated like a dancing lady.
Las Vegas Roll ($8) has a little bit of everything – salmon, avocado, cream cheese, crab meat and some other stuff.
The roll was quite large and sizeable.
What I love about some rolls is how the outside of the rice is a bit toasted, so it gives it a nice texture.
Chocolate Covered Almonds and Frozen Grapes were a good touch to the end of the meal. I’m not a fan of chocolate at the end of the meal, but frozen grapes are awesome!
Overall, we were both amazed by the quality and taste of the rolls, but certain items can get be expensive. Since this restaurant is Korean owned, it does have a bit of a Korean twist to certain rolls.
Words of Wisdom:
- Very good rolls
- Daily Specials
- Accommodates large groups
- Lots of parking
- Slightly expensive
- Closest Skytrain: Lougheed Town Centre
403 North Rd
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