I first noticed Makoto a few weeks back driving home from dinner at Sunflower cafe, and decided to give it a try last weekend. A nice balance of fresh ingredients, artistry, and authentic favorites makes this little family run restaurant a hit for me. They definitely pay a fair bit of attention to the artistry part just from looking at their volcano roll:
The idea of fried chopped scallop sushi may be strange, but when layered with Japanese mayo, sesame paste, and deep fried onions, one bite and it all starts to make sense.
This was the only fun sushi concoction I ordered on this visit, but the food’s satisfying enough that Makoto will soon become one of my regular casual dinner spots.