Sushiro is located right off of Broadway beside the Starbucks.
The best way to explain the interior of Sushiro is "simple". There are little chandeliers, white walls with artwork and Ninetimes skateboards, chalkboard menus for drinks and dessert and a plain concrete floor. It's quite small and very clean looking. You can faintly hear music, but can clearly hear many people enjoying themselves. Service is also awesome, customers get the attention they deserve and want. If this is your first time eating sushi or have difficulty ordering, they will help you out or even do an order for you (if you trust them).
There is an assortment of appetizers, noodles, soups, sushi dishes, drinks and desserts. Prices are more expensive in comparison to other places in the city.
I was impressed with all of the food that we ordered. Everything was fresh and tasty. You can tell that presentation is very important to the staff at Sushiro. They provide a lot colour to each dish, the squid for example had an orange chili sauce and green and purple lettuce beneath it. So not only does it look beautiful, but it tastes beautifully too. It was nice that all of the food had a different texture too. The dishes are fusion-styled, it's the North's take on sushi.
-Panko crusted mushroom risotto cakes
-Chili squid tempura with chili mayo
-Cobra maki (tempura shrimp, crab and avocado)
-Porcupine maki (unagi, tempura yam and avocado)
-Omega maki (salmon sashimi on a tuna, avocado and hemp seed roll)
-Inari sushi with avocado (fried tofu filled with rice)
I really enjoyed Sushiro and Aashna kept saying "this is the best sushi in the city". The decor is trendy, the service was good and above all, the food was delicious. But I would like to warn you that if you are quite hungry, be expected to spend some cash.
Love the North