1) Evidence of subzero precipitation
2) Soft, fluffy LINE PJs spotted at P.A.T.
3) Homemade Tangyuan - an updated (aka far tastier!!) adaptation of an old recipe
5) Poking fun at pig plushies (in the most literal sense)
6) Another round of takeout from Sikgaek
7) Homemade Red Bean Soup (with sweetened coconut cream!)
Meadowvale isn't an area known for plentiful food options. If technology hadn't been within the press of a button, I would have likely proceeded with my daily life not knowing of Sushi In Sushi's sheer existence.
First and foremost, it was situated in an odd location: behind the 7-Eleven gas station on Erin Mills parkway, next to an auto repair shop in a mostly industrial area. Given that its entrance was above a flight of concrete stairs, it wasn't exactly the most accessible of restaurants either.
The menu was expansive and included Daily Special Rolls that changed depending on the day of the week as well as All-Day Lunch/Dinner selections. I have no idea why certain dishes were associated with mealtimes if the assortment fell within an all-day menu, though perhaps it is used to distinguish between the portion size. The Lunch option was more than sufficient in catering towards my dinner needs.
Being operated by Korean staff, the menu had also been broadened to encompass Korean dishes such as Hae Dup Bap and more.
Despite being informed that there would be a minimum wait of ten minutes, the food arrived ridiculously rapidly. SH3 was a tasty, satisfying combo with thick cuts of sashimi and tasty nigiri. Unlike Inatei and Sora, there was no dark ring to be found in the akami, though it was admittedly a bit stiff. The two shiny neighbouring slices (sea bass?) also revealed a similar consistency. The California Rolls boasted a wonderful filling-to-rice ratio, all while featuring plump, buttery pieces of avocado. My only complaint would be in relation to the tobiko: they were shrunken and bland overall without much crunch.
The washroom was not visited during this visit, so no remarks can be made in that regard.
11) This easy-to-assemble high protein breakfast was tasty, but not tasty enough that I'd be willing to spend an extra 10 minutes whipping up cottage cheese and cleaning the food processor.