B and I had a small celebration to commemorate a proportionately small milestone a couple of weeks ago.
The venue: Kobe Jones. The prize: the All You Can Eat Sushi lunch special. The outcome: much over-eating? You bet.
For $29.50 per person (with a minimum of two people), they serve 4 kinds of sushi on large platters: Spicy Kingfish sushi, Avocado and Asparagus sushi, Crab Salad and Ebi sushi, and the main event, the Volcano Roll.
The Volcano Roll, oven baked scallops layered on a crab salad avocado roll, with special cream sauce and sesame seed and shallot sprinkle, was definitely the highlight. It was thanks to this that we continued to stuff our faces, devouring two large platters of sushi.
It’s been a long time since I’ve last been here but it appeared dead at lunch time. For such a large venue, there was probably only a dozen or so people the while we were there. I suspect the cold overcast day was too much of a deterrent.
The word? Service was a tad slow so make sure not to have meetings booked after lunch. There didn’t appear to be heaters near the seating along the railing so be prepared to be cold. With these in mind, the lunch specials were still a great fancy treat. I’d go again to try the other specials. This All You Can Eat had made me eat all I can.