As first time diners at Mitoushi, we were overwhelmed with the wide offering in their menu. The restaurant was crowded, a lot of the tables were in big groups. In fact, the table closest to ours was a party of 25. You can just imagine the sound.
The interior is the usual Japanese zen decor. Tables are laid out just like an open concept, so the dining hall is a big open space. There is a wet bar and a sushi bar. You can see the sushi chef busy curating their specialties.
Since it was our first time to dine, I think we kind of ordered more than we normally do. We wanted to try as much as we could.
Cold sake and green tea for his and hers drinks.
I had to try their tempura. As I have mentioned in past posts, whenever I go to any Japanese resto, their tempura is a good indication of how good the chef is. I have to say, I was not too thrilled with theirs. The other dishes were acceptable, in fact the pineapple fried rice was highly favored by my husband. We are however willing to dine again but whenever it happens, it will have to be in their other location.
To round up our Saturday night, Starbucks was our last stop.