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Zero One Sushi : Rainy Day Meal

DesignGirl November 21, 2011 Downtown, Japanese, Seafood, Three Beakers

I was at Harbour Center and didn’t want to walk too far since it was raining. M, Scarface and I went to Sushi Zero One for some cheap fast sushi.

They have fairly cheap and affordable sushi. It’s not the best sushi, but it’s decent.

It is very small and has limited seating, most people take out instead of sitting there. It’s pretty empty near dinner time, so there are seats available to sit down. It’s not a good place for big groups…probably parties of 3 are the largest.

They have complementary tea and water on the side if you didn’t want to buy a drink.

Tea, I love good ol simple tea.

Gyu Don (Large – $6.30) has beef, onions and egg on top of rice. It was alright, but you probably need some soy sauce to go along with this.

Gyu Don (Mega – $7) has an even larger size – mega. It’s actually quite hard to tell what the difference is. It’s the same sized bowl, but it doesn’t seem like there is a substancial difference in the amount of meat.

Either way it was still decent, but you should still add a bit of soy sauce.

Deluxe Chirashi Don ($9.50) has albacore tuna, sockeye salmon ,ebi ,hotate ,ikura and egg on top of rice. Pretty good for the price, but some of the cuts of the sashimi were a little bit big and was quite a mouthful. I needed to add a bit of soy sauce to the rice to really bring all the ingredients together.

Miso soup comes along with the Deluxe Chirashi Don. It’s normal and nothing special about it.

Their items are alright. They have a large menu with good prices.

Words of Wisdom:

  • Online ordering form
  • Limited seating
  • Free delivery
  • Large menu
  • Cheap and fresh

We Rate Sushi Zero One: 

Address:

559 W Pender St
Vancouver, BC

Website:
www.sushizeroone.com
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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.

  • http://www.eatmarketing.com Vincent N

    Personally I really enjoy their udon. I find it’s soft and feels like comfort food, and unlike a lot of udon places they shave white radish on top which complements the texture of the noodles. And the radish takes one some of the flavours of the soup so it doesn’t have as a harsh bitterness to the white turnip.

    If anybody is reading this, and you want to save a little bit of cash. They actually have a Yelp Checkin Offer that allows you to get a $5 gift card when you checkin with the Yelp mobile platform.

    • DesignGirl

      great tip!!