Brown Rice Sushi is a nice compromise between up-market Japanese and the take away shop front eateries. You can get quick fast packaged sushi and/or sashimi or you can have a relatively simple but very respectable eat in meal.
The added difference is the use of brown rice for generally an extra $1. We ate with the traditional white short grain today.
Had fried dumplings which were surprisingly good, particularly nice sauce that came with it. Walter had chilli chicken (a different variation to teriyaki chicken I guess), and I stuck to the combination sushi and sashimi. Not bad at all, my dish tasted particularly clean, went very well with the Yamasa soy sauce provided.
They only take cash which was only a minor annoyance.
I ralley love eatin’ vegan sushi, but don’t you ever find the nori to be ralley, ralley tough and chewy? Toasted or not, I always end up chewing for ten minutes on this one bit of seaweed that refuses to be ground up by the molar gang. Also, I ralley think I should try using rice vinegar in my rice: me thinks it will add that extra oomph’. That way, too, I won’t have to end up eating a pot of wasabi with my sushi. >_>