Customers can enjoy traditional Asian dishes, such as miso soup and sushi rolls or Asian-themed seafood pizza
What You'll Get
- Takeout or dine-in (once available)
- Type of cuisine: Asian
- Valid for the full menu on any day the establishment is open
- View the menu and prices
The Fine Print
About Mizu Sushi
To begin a meal at Mizu Sushi, one could bite into classic gyoza or shumai dumpling filled with succulent shrimp. Or, one could branch out into more unfamiliar, tentacled territory—the tako yaki dumplings, a Japanese invention, are a crispy blend of batter and octopus. The menu here abounds with similar proven staples and adventurous plates. Pad thai, chicken teriyaki, and california rolls satisfy mainstream cravings, and signature rolls wrap up daring combinations, such as the Sunshine roll's crunchy lobster salad and seared spicy salmon.
Whether guests lean toward nostalgia or newness, they can bet on an impressive presentation. Slices of raw fish arrive perched on pillars of cucumber, and the chefs often drizzle spirals of sauce around their rolls. The surroundings are just as artistic: an oversized leaf-like ceiling decoration fans in a semicircle above the tables and couples with a green glow to make Mizu Sushi feel like a calm bamboo forest.