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Kira Sushi - Greenwich CT

Alex318 | Sep 22, 200603:37 PM     7

Went to try Kira sushi last night (i believe its about 6 months old or so) located at the old Maya of Japan location next to Greenwich Avenue. I sat at the bar which seat only about 6 or so and a good meal. I Ordered some toro, king salmon, red snapper and got two rolls. One was called the 'yellow roll'(this was a special) which consisted of yellowtail jalapeno and topped with more yellow tail, and a spicy salmon roll. Everything was good. The sushi pieces are huge. The rice underneath is normal size but the piece of fish is double the size of the rice. Its like having sashimi first and then the sushi. The spicy salmon roll was actually spicy which I enjoyed cause many places dont actually make it spicy. One draw back was that it is very expensive. The two rolls and 6 pieced of sushi cost me 80 dollars with tip. The sushi was good but not that good. If you dont care about cost though, this place had good sushi and would recommend it based on the quality and quantity of the fish.

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