Every time Meta Knight and I finish watching a movie around
9pm and want to grab some late night dinner, we always have problem finding
restaurants that are still open. We usually resort to Matsuyama because we
know that they will be open for sure. They even have a late night menu too.
Sometimes, people are still lining up to get in at 10pm.
This place is not Japanese owned (most likely Chinese) so don’t come here
expecting authentic, traditional Japanese cuisine.
and Sashimi for $4.25 (5 pieces).
Toro sashimi ($4.25) along with a Chopped
Scallop ($2.95) and Unagi ($2.95) maki
price. The sushi rice stayed intact and the unagi and chopped scallop were
Tobiko Salad ($2.95) and we got it just to see what it looked like. It’s essentially
a combination of julienne cucumbers (bottom), fake crab meat (middle part), and
Japanese mayo and Tobiko (top).
looks kind of gross but it tasted okay. 😛 It had too much mayo though so I probably wouldn’t get this again.
($0.89 ea) and a chopped scallop roll again.
and one Amaebi Nigiri sushi ($0.89 ea). Pooh and Pooh^2 ordered
this so I don’t know how it tasted.
Teri-Don ($4.75) and I think Yoshi thought it was average. Not good not
($1.99) looked really good. Pooh^2 ordered this and he enjoyed it a lot.
I was surprised when I first saw the Agedashi Tofu ($2.95) because there give you so many! For $2.95, I
think this is a really good deal.
large pieces (in this picture, the other piece is hiding at the back) and it is
perfectly grilled. Since it’s salmon belly, the meat is fatty and soft, and
Udon ($4.75) to be very good but it actually surprised me with how
flavourful it was. The udon noodles were also the frozen kind, not the bad
quality ones you can buy for 50 cents at the grocery store.
The batter was bad, the squid itself was bad, everything about this dish was
- parking is horrible in front so be patient =.=
- they open until very late so great for coming after an evening movie
- Just don’t get their Ika Karaage and you’ll be fine