The restaurant changed owners a few years back - the boss used to be a kinda, smiley old man, but I believe it's now run by a few Korean youngsters.
We ordered two different types of rolls, and while they were unmistakably fresh, the rice to filling ratio was quite extreme. Approximately half of each roll was comprised of rice, making them very filling, but not quite worth what they were being charged for. The service was decent, however I did wonder why some other tables received green tea ice cream for dessert while we received a few measly orange slices.
To finish off the night with something sweet, we headed over to Green Grotto for dessert.
The premises was packed when we arrived, so the waitress sat us down on a couch and promised that she would transfer us over as soon as one of the tables cleared. A tin of sodium-heavy popcorn was set down in front of us after we ordered.
We ordered an Oolong Milk Tea, Chocolate Truffle Cake, and Super Caramel Crunch pastry.
This was quite saddening as Green Grotto had generally been good to me since they opened in Mississauga.
I guess the only thing I can say is that: Green Grotto seriously needs to step up their customer service game for the evening hours - it seems as if all the competent girls (or those with a decent memory) get off work around 7 pm.