novemberr • 18 Jan 2015
Upon entering the restaurant, note that the counter is about 5-10 steps in so the service staff may not notice you at times. Once in, seating and tables are spacious, with lots of room to walk and be seated without bumping seats or elbows. For the umpteenth time that I've been to Sushi Goshin, the sushi is always so fresh. Sushis are priced per piece (min. 2 pieces per order), which may seem pricey for most. Salmon sushi is at $1.20 per piece, which is priced averagely as you'll get the same for $2+ for a set of two pieces. But the salmon here is always thick and big, covering the rice fully, as opposed to those thin and stringy salmon you usually get outside. But note that the price goes up from here. My usual eat includes Spicy Salmon gunkan ($1.20), Hotate Mayo Tobiko gunkan ($1.80), Tako sushi ($1.20) and Negi Shake Temaki ($2.20). Ala carte menu, sashimi, soups, rice and sets are out of my price range, so I've never tried ordering. Sashimi (3pcs): salmon (Shake) priced at $3.60 and tuna (Maguro) priced at $6. Ala Carte: Chawamushi for $6 and Gyoza (8pcs) for $10.