Sushi Couture [Part 2]


After my amazing Omakase experience at Sushi Couture, it was pretty obvious I would return for a regular dinner. As I had expected, I was not disappointed – in fact, I was probably more impressed =)   The highlight for me at Sushi Couture, was the Sushi Couture Maki (their signature roll) – words cannot be used to explain how scrumptious it is. Highly recommend!

Soup & Salad to start, this came with the sashimi & sushi dinner we ordered

California Maki

  • The California Maki came with the Sushi Dinner we ordered
  • For such a simple maki, this was made perfectly! – the rice wasn’t thick, and they literally stuffed the maki with avocado

Wakame Salad (Seaweed Salad) ($4.99)

  • The Wakame salad came incredibly fresh and cold – just the way I like it
  • Tastes a bit salty – and “sea fresh”

Sushi Dinner ($13.99)

  • 8 pieces sushi & California Maki
  • Every piece was ridiculously fresh & the rice did not fall apart while dipping it soy sauce- the tuna sushi literally melted in my mouth

Sashimi Dinner ($15.99)

  • 16 piece sashimi – Sashimi Dinner offers the an assortment of the daily fresh fish of the day
  • Included butter fish, albacore tuna, salmon, tuna
  • The sashimi here is prepared really well – compared to the many restaurants in The Annex.
  • Had a wonderful taste and texture – very fresh and cut up B.C style

Sushi Couture Maki (Signature Roll) ($10.99)

  • salmon, scallop, tobiko and spicy salmon
  • Eating this signature maki was such a delight! Had great flavour
  • The top of the Maki was slightly seared – so gave the overall maki a tint of smokiness
  • There were so many different layers of flavour – don’t know how to fully explain it until you try it =)

Sushi Couture is unquestionably a fantastic value! I would come back again and again just to eat their fresh and quality sashimi – and especially their Sushi Couture Maki – which I cant get enough of!

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  1. Mary
    April 16, 2012 / 1:49 pm

    I have still yet to try sushi couture despite all the great things everyone tells me. These pictures look so yum, I feel like I need to go RIGHT NOW! *drools*

    • Grace
      April 16, 2012 / 2:03 pm

      Yessss!!b you definitely need to check it out 🙂 the sushi couture maki is sooooo goood

  2. mooken
    May 28, 2012 / 5:17 pm

    “the rice did not fall apart dipping it in soy sauce” — I hope you meant to say, “the rice did not fall apart dipping the fish-side in soy sauce”. Good to know that their regular menu items are solid — I’ve only had their omakase, which was fantastic. The freshness of their fish is leaps and bounds above the rest of the Annex.

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