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My review for SushiArt – this restaurant offers a wonderful selection of Japanese rolls, sushi, sashimi, ceviche, and dessert. I found every dish that I ordered to be refreshing and simple but in a good way for me to enjoy every bit.
I was in love with the flavours of the spicy salmon & papaya spring rolls. I loved these spring rolls as instead of sushi rice on the outside, the fillings are wrapped with rice paper. I found the spicy salmon absolutely delicious and the papaya complimented the salmon so well. The papaya was so fresh, and this whole roll was just beautiful to eat.
If you love pineapple, you’ll love the samba pineapple sushi rolls. It was refreshing to see pineapple slices on the rolls, giving it a nice colour and the tangy flavours of the pineapple made the rolls taste very interesting. These rolls had seabream and pomegranate for the fillings which I found to be outstanding.
Finally, having fruit for dessert was a good change from the sweets that I usually get. The fruit salad was definitely perfect the summer season. It included papaya, blueberries, and watermelon.
This restaurant deserves a rating of 4.5/5.
I ordered the squid salad for 24DHS, miso soup for 10DHS, spicy salmon & papaya spring rolls for 36DHS, samba pineapple sushi rolls for 38DHS, and the fruit salad for 18DHS.
The pricing of the dishes here are average for Japanese cuisine.
The service that I recieved here was great, especially from the manager who greeted us with a warm smile. He kept us entertained and happy throughout our dinner. The servers were on top of bringing the food to the table and making sure that we had everything that we needed often.
The ambience is beautiful, which matches the DIFC area scene well. The decor was modern and the wood finishing around the restaurant brought life to the dark colours of the floors and furniture.