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Arigato Sushi Aberdeen

Kamloops, BC

I was in a mood for some Soondubu jjigae and the rest of the family wanted Sushi so we thought we would check out J&K Sushi in Valleyview.   Today being a Sunday so they were closed.  Our next choice was Oya Sushi in Sahali and they were closed too.  We then opted for our third choice, Arigato Sushi in Aberdeen and we were pleased to find them open for business.

We ordered the Bulgogi (grilled marinated beef with vegetables and it came with white rice) from their special menu, Bento A (8 pc California Rolls, Avocado Salad, Chicken Teriyaki, 2 vegetable and 2 prawn tempura, Rice and Miso Soup) and Philadelphia Rolls (cream cheese, salmon, tempura crunchies). 

Obviously, I didn’t get my Soondubu jjigae (not on Arigato’s menu) but it didn’t matter as we still devoured the meal as we were quite hungry.  In Summary, we found the Miso Soup to be very tasty, the grilled beef in the bulgogi was tough, the avocado salad didn’t look appetizing and didn’t taste any better, the tempura was quite good, the sushi rolls weren’t bad and the chicken teriyaki was just average.  The complimentary oranges for dessert were very much appreciated.

We will probably visit again for dinner but only if J&K Sushi and Oya Sushi are closed again.  The food was just slightly above average but it might have to be partly due to our poor choices tonight - next time, we will be inspired to order a more authentic array of dishes for dinner.

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