If you?re ever in the downtown core and looking for cheap sushi, consider the Kishu Japanese House. They have a wide variety of Japanese dishes on their menu and a great selection of combos all at a good price.?
Their lunch specials are great. They have 20 different lunch combinations to choose from and they are all priced at a reasonable $6.95. The lunch combinations also include rice and miso soup. While this sounds good, their best deals occur during dinner. After 7 pm their special dinner menu is 40% off! (Eat-in Only). Also, they have many other foods discounted. Last time I ate there I was able to get 2 BC Rolls and a 1 California Roll (18 pieces) for around $6. Two dollars a roll is a great deal and there are other rolls and cones to choose from.
My only complaint about the restaurant is that it was too hot inside. They have no air conditioning and my friends and I just happened to come in on one of the hottest days in Vancouver. To overcome this problem, we sat next to their electric fan - so you might want to think about this before dining here on a hot day. Thankfully, those kinds of hot days are rare in Vancouver so this should not be a problem most of the time.?
The Kishu Japanese House is a great value in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Along with their food, they also offer good service. I recommend this restaurant for a late snack or a lunch with friends and/or co-workers.?
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