November 10th, 2017 marked the beginning of perhaps the most anticipated week of the year, Restaurant Week! This year’s tagline & hashtag is Eat Your Heart Out, and that we did at our first stop for the week, Sora Japanese Sky Cuisine! Our lovely waitress, Daceyann, made sure we were comfortable & definitely made our evening a pleasant & memorable one.
Our night in Japan began with two appetizers: Cheese Spring Rolls & Crab Sticks. They were all delicious; however the cheese spring rolls stole the show! This was a crispy, crunchy treat with melted mozzarella on the inside. You can’t go wrong with mozzarella cheese. If you’re crazy about crab, the crab sticks are the perfect starter – Yummy, crunchy batter on the outside and soft, flaky crab on the inside.
Sushi Roll Combo
A mixture of fried shrimp rolls and Sora’s signature RSK roll – with avocado and plantain – will surely have your taste buds dancing! To get the 360° experience, be sure to top your roll with a piece of ginger and a tups of wasabi, and dip your roll in some soy sauce – a most heavenly combination. If you’re not a fan of fish and are skeptical about sushi in general, the RSK roll is a safe bet to get you to dip your toes into the sushi pool.
Boneless Teriyaki Chicken
This classic is definitely worth a try! Boneless Teriyaki Chicken served with fresh vegetables & a side of mashed potatoes. It felt so good to have warm, buttery mashed potatoes, obviously made with love. This meal was divine to the very last bite!
It’s moving! Don’t be alarmed, your meal isn’t alive . The hair from the noodles will have your fish flakes moving for a bit. Yaki Udon is a noodle based Japanese delicacy made with succulent shrimp & pork. No doubt a go-to if you’re a noodle guy or gal.
How could we call it a night without a decadent dessert option? Sora’s delicious Jamaican style Bread Pudding was mind-blowing! A sweet end to a wonderful evening.
We definitely recommend making your way to Sora Japanese Sky Cuisine and trying some of these delicious treats. Bon appétit! Or as they say in Japan, itadakimasu!