MinneSushi Adventure to Masu Sushi and Robata.

First blogged food adventure took us to:

Masu Sushi and Robata.

330 East Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55414

This was our second feast at this establishment and we certainly were not disappointed in our choice to revisit. We give it an overall score of 4 out of 5… Meaning we had an amazing overall experience and we think YOU should try it. Even if you don’t like sushi, this place has a TON of other offerings for the noodle, meat and veggie lovers.

Why is Masu Sushi so outstanding to get such a high rating?

(Please excuse the quality of the cell phone pictures! In our great anticipation for Masu, we forgot the SLR at home. Fail.)

What we ordered:

Minnesotan and Malaysian shared:

1. Miso Eggplant Special with Poached Egg (small plate): $7.00

2. Seikyo Takhara Sake: $8.00

Minnesotan additionally devoured:

1. Sashimi Appetizer– variety of 7 pieces of sashimi: $14.00

Each piece was melt-in-your mouth and had a near flawless taste which was served with thoughtful and fun presentation

2. Chicken Teriyaki Roll: $7.00

Malaysian slurped:

1. Chicken and Wakame with Green Soba: $9.50

Flavorful, juicy chicken, right amount of green tea noodles, and a full tasting broth worth getting those last drops for.

Let us break it down.

Atmosphere: Contemporary, yet inviting. Minimalist, yet not cold. Quirky, yet not cheesy. Mostly working adults and attire, yet kid friendly.

Service: Attentive, knowledgeable about the menu, passionate about your experience, and approachable.

Food: Quality, fresh, varied and original menu.

Price: Our bill including apps and main course totaled $37.50. You get what you pay for! Because….

Notable things about the place: Their entire menu is SUSTAINABLE. Meaning everything on their menu is organic. Good for the fish, the sea, the fishermen/women and YOU!

Great business practices and passionate people really win my heart.

Next time the Minnesotan goes back to Masu, she’d get:

Chirashi Meal

And the Malaysian:

Charcoal Grilled Ribeye Meal or Pork Belly Ramen

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