Sushico Japanese Restaurant: Friendly Service and Quality Food in Langley
I don’t find myself out in Langley very often… and don’t even get me started on the City of Langley vs the Township of Langley. But we found ourselves in the area one weekend while shopping at one of the large garden centres and we needed to grab a bite to eat.
Sushico is a Japanese restaurant (duh) that’s located in one of the large strip malls in the City of Langley. The interior is quite spacious (especially compared with the Japanese restaurants in Vancouver) with tall and airy ceilings and tables spaced out appropriately. We decided to try their special lunch boxes: the Sushi and Sashimi Lunch Box ($17) and the Spicy Sashimi Lunch Box ($16) which included rice, gyoza, tempura, California roll, and miso soup.
The staff here are quite friendly and seem to really try to please. When we placed our order, they told us that there would be a bit of a wait for our lunch boxes because there was a large party that just placed their order ahead of us. We asked how long and they said about 10 minutes and they were quite apologetic about it (for us, 10 minutes isn’t that bad… especially with what we’re used to in other restaurants). Still, they brought us out some ebi sunomono to fill our tummies while we waited.
These lunch boxes are actually quite filling and there’s a good assortment of items in the box. I especially liked the California roll which didn’t have too much rice wrapped around it.
The sashimi was good… actually… everything was quite good and I wouldn’t mind trying out some of their other dishes if we find ourselves in the area again.
If you’re looking for some quality Japanese food with friendly and helpful service in the Langley area, this is the place to go.
102, 20065 Langley Bypass
Langley City, BC
Posted on September 16, 2019, in Japanese, Restaurant Review and tagged California Roll, Food, Gyoza, Japanese, Lunch Box, restaurant review, Sashimi, Tempura. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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