Thriller Rod Lott
matter what you see or hear, don't move a muscle. That’s the advice one
very bad man gives to the titular Sushi Girl.
Particularly squeamish viewers won’t be able to adhere to such counsel,
as this minor crime gem revels in the revolting.
What works: Hamachi Kama and All ’Bout Tuna are tasty. What needs work: slow service, noisy dining room, some overly complicated rolls Tips: Call ahead if you think it might be busy. Consider sitting at the bar.
It may not be traditional, but this Norman sushi stop sure is tasty.
Restaurant Reviews Ryan Querbach Full Moon Sushi and Bistro 326 E. Main St., Norman 701-1800 What works: a wide variety of sushi options What needs work: It’s not the best spot for those seeking traditional Japanese sushi. Tip(s): It’s a comfortable atmosphere with a friendly staff, so stop here for casual and/or intimate dining.
The way of the Samurai is to prepare simple but solid sushi that will have you roll back for more.
Restaurant Reviews Greg Elwell
Never doubt the power of one bad meal. I visited Samurai
(1630 NW 23rd St.) when it opened a few years ago and did not feel the
need to return. The sushi was not good. I remember the tempura batter
being sharp. Like, it hurt my mouth to eat.