The Hungry Wanderers

Eating and exploring our way through the world

Fuji Sushi & Japanese Steakhouse

Posted by Amanda @ The Hungry Wanderers on August 6, 2009

A few weekends ago, the Husband and I were craving sushi and heard good reviews from friends on a relatively new sushi place not too far from our house –  Fuji Sushi & Japanese Steakhouse.

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As soon as we walked in, though, and realized it was a japanese steakhouse, we changed the game plan and decided to not just get sushi!  We hadn’t been to a japanese steakhouse in about a year and a half so we were excited!

As somewhat usual, we started with drinks…

Sapporo for him

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And a glass of Chardonnay for me 🙂

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Sitting at a table with strangers, I didn’t want to stick out too much with the camera so I got a pic of the chef cooking across from us while we sipped on our drinks.

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In normal japanese steakhouse fashion, we started with Miso Soup and a salad with ginger dressing.

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Since we originally planned on sushi, we still wanted to try some.  I believe this was the Philadelphia Roll (or something similar) – salmon, cream cheese, and avocado.  Yum!

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The Husband loves lots of wasabi in his soy sauce (can you see the bits floating?)  – my prefered sauces on the right…

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Our rices – fried rice on the left for me, plain steamed white on the right for him.

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The obligatory moving volcano on fire 🙂  (I love all the grilled veggies!)

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My final plate – shrimp, scallops, veggies, and noodles with fried rice and sauces in the back.  So good! And great as leftovers too!

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Fuji Japanese Steak House on Urbanspoon

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