photo by Bob Cunningham
Sakana Sushi and Asian Bistro (three locations in the Twin Cities) offers gorgeous plates of sushi and a variety of other menu items from other Asian countries.
Oh, you also have to be fairly competent in eating with chopsticks. No silverware is provided.
Ben tried sake for the first time. The first glass was a refreshing, cool drink with a taste of cucumber. The second was not as good in my opinion. When you order sake, I learned you start with the sweetest and move to a less sweet glass. Apparently my tastes hover around the sweeter varieties.
Sakana is definitely a place we will frequent again. We could eat at a booth, the bar or at the counter watching the pros work their magic making sushi right there in front of us.