Sushimoto is a Japanese restaurant located at Holdom Station in Burnaby. It is just steps away and is a hit in the neighbourhood. They have the usual good stuff you can find at a Japanese restaurant – sushi, sashimi, and rice bowls.
The interior isn’t too large, so it’s hard to fit large groups if it’s a busy night. There are bar seats and booth seating.
Complementary tea comes in cute cups.
Complementary Spring Rolls are a nice treat before the meal.
Mad For Garlic Gyoza was very disappointing, it sounded more exciting than it tasted. It just reminded me of the ones you would find at grocery stores…also they fell apart very easily.
Baked Salmon Kama was OK, but there were bones, so not great for little kids.
Korroke comes with 2 pieces of different varieties. One is filed with plain potato and corn, the other was like curry.
Ika Geso Karrage comes with a side of sweet chili dipping sauce. The squid was lightly coated and good.
Sockeye Salmon Sashimi comes with 9 pieces and was very vibrant and red. Fresh and delicious.
Tuna Tataki is awesome as usual! The tuna is lightly seasoned and seared. It is topped with garnish and ponzu sauce.
Prawn Tempura was crunchy on the outside and delicious. Don’t leave it too long or else it will go limp.
Toro Aburi and the Unagi Aburi was very very delicious! The toro just melts in your mouth. Both items are torched and topped with teriyaki sauce.
Negitoro Roll comes in 6 pieces. Delicious too.
Kapa Roll and Mango Roll.
Amusement Roll has cream cheese, cucumber, salmon, egg, crab meat, ikura, Mayo and unagi sauce. The roll was pretty average and the addition of the cream cheese made this interesting. Other restaurants usually have it in the Philadelphia roll. The cream cheese worked well!
Words of Wisdom:
- Street Parking
- Large variety in menu
- Sashimi, Aburi Sushi = good!
- Make reservations to avoid waits.
We rate Sushimoto:
2221 Holdom Ave S