Eating out with Friends and Family at Sushi Fang
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Our family loves Sushi Fang.
Having lived in Japan and traveled through a lot of Asia, we love Asian food. Since the kids were little, I always introduced them to foreign food and made our own sushi. So, eating at Sushi Fang, is not a far stretch for them.
Sushi Fang used to be the place where my husband and I met for lunch on our own, or where we would go when the kids were out somewhere else.
However, the kids have now discovered the joys of Sushi Fang, and so now, it is where we go for a special occasion or for a treat.
The food is a fun and creative twist on traditional Asian food, and especially the sushi. They have lots of fun flavours to try. Like this banana sushi my son fell in love with.
Remember. Sushi does NOT mean raw fish. It is a vinegared rice.
All you Can Eat
There are two options when you go to Sushi Fang. One is all-you-can eat, and the other is off the menu. When you do all-you-can eat, you fill out paper forms to indicate what you would like to order.
Do not order more than you can handle, because if there is too much food left over, there may be a charge.
We go for small orders each time.
There is a kids’ price, too, so make sure you ask about that, too! Lunch time is cheaper than supper.
One thing you have to remember about going to Sushi Fang is that the service is what I call Asian-style.
Did you know, in Japan, a waiter NEVER comes to your table unless you call out to them?
“Sumimasen!” (Excuse me!)
It takes awhile to get used to it, as that is not what we do in North America.
So, if you need service, flag them down. Wave at them. It’s the way restaurants work in Asia.
Sushi Fang has 2 locations
The next time you are looking for a new place to try or are feeling adventurous, try Sushi Fang in either New Minas or Greenwood.