October 22nd, 2011. Seattle Trippin’
I was due to make a trip down to see Henry. He’d missed Thanksgiving, so this was a good time to go down to visit him and spend some quality sister-brother time.
After some coffee at Cafe on the Ave, Henry suggested we go to Village Sushi for some lunch to start off the day. It’s a quaint little house-turned-restaurant that serves up some homey Japanese fare.
Angry Dragon Roll: unagi, cream cheese, avocado and imitation crab roll flash fried. Not too much to complain about..all ingredients I like and the slight crispy exterior gave it a nice touch.
I had the Tempura Udon. The tempura was wonderfully crispy, and the udon was actually quite good! I enjoyed the clear, light broth and appreciated the enoki in it. Nice touch. It was a solid good bowl of udon!
All in all a decent neighborhood sushi joint! I can see myself going here if I lived on the UDub campus 🙂