Standard miso soup.
I liked how they left the teapot at our table. Makes for easy self-refills considering how tiny the tea cups are.
Meta Knight got the Sushi Combo ($11.95) which consists of udon, fresh fruit, green salad, tempura, nigri sushi, and miso soup.
The fish was fresh, though nothing particularly outstanding. Overall, Meta Knight enjoyed his set and thought it was a great value.
I got the Sushi Sandwich Combo ($9.75) because when have you ever come across sushi sandwiches?!
The set also included miso soup, udon, fresh fruit, and this fried squid/taro fried cake (I think).
The sushi sandwich was totally interesting and up my alley in unique foods that taste good. The ‘filling’ of the sandwich tasted like egg salad except made with cooked salmon. Combined with the crunchy tobiko on top, this was a winner for me.
I honestly had no idea what this was made of but it was executed well and left no feeling of grease.
Surprisingly, I really liked Torarenbo even though I was SUPER skeptical about it before going in. I say give it a try for lunch if you’re around the Richmond Center area and want to sit down from some good Japanese eats.
Service Rating: 3.5/5
Food Rating: 3.5/5
Overall Rating: 3.5/5