Momo-Yama Sushi Japanese Cuisine – Take-out

My sister-in-law raved about her recent meal at Momo-Yama Sushi Japanese Cuisine. Given that she rarely eats sushi, particularly the raw stuff, I took her advice with a grain of salt. However, after L and I hosted a Mother’s Day brunch at our place, we wanted to have something quick and easy for dinner. I suggested Momo-Yama, as it is a short drive from our home.
L ordered the dynamite combo: 5 pieces of dynamite roll, 2 pieces of salmon and 2 pieces of tuna nigiri ($12.00). I picked the sushi combo ($14.00): 6 pieces of a California roll and 6 pieces of nigiri. L thought Momo-Yama made a tasty California roll, though I found the crab filling too creamy. I preferred his dynamite roll, which contained two big pieces of still warm, crispy tempura prawns. We both liked the generous amount of roe covering the California roll as it gave it a crunch and salty pop.
As for the nigiri, the fish was sliced in a thin, long layer, which made for easy eating. The salmon and tuna tasted especially fresh. The sushi rice was fine – you could taste the vinegar but not the sugar. Given the inexpensive prices and convenient location, L and I will be frequenting Momo-Yama more often in the future.
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