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Soy And Sake Village
Posted by riship on 07/03/2009
I have eaten here twice, carried out another two times and highly recommend it. The roti cani is loved by the wife, bento box chicken teriyaki admired by the mom, and the thai basil chicken enamored by yours truly. The sushi is great, too, especially the sweet potato sushi. If you're looking for a good meal with a nice view, I would highly recommend soy and sake.
Posted by zb on 07/01/2009
A beautiful dining room with lots of windows and a huge tropical fish tank. Good service and good food. I particularly like the spider web roll, crunch tuna and salmon rolls, volcano roll, and of course tempura roll. The bento box is good value and the desserts are amazing. I recommend the peanut butter bomb cake and the milk shakes. They used to have a delicious fruit yogurt type dessert, but it seems they are no longer making it which is too bad because it was great homemade dairy free yogurt. I have been several times and always enjoy it.
Posted by vegmonkey on 05/26/2009
My boyfriend and I found this place while strolling around and we were more than pleased with the food (we're veg). Our goal is to try everything on the menu! We've become regulars (going weekly) and we're never ever disappointed. The food quality and flavor is top notch as well as the service. The staff is super friendly and there's a very large fish tank between the bar and seating areas which is beautifully maintained. The entire place is very tastefully decorated and well taken care of. Don't hesitate on trying this place.
Posted by NYCFoodguy on 04/30/2009
The food here was amazing. I had the veg roti canai and some sushi and thought everything was excellent. I will definitely be coming back here. I also remember having a sparkling sake drink that was amazing. Service and atmosphere is great as well.
Posted by Richard on 04/26/2009
vegan or even vegetarian sushi is a very rare commodity- most japanese restaurants use bonito flakes everywhere and fish sauce and broth throughout, even when they tell you they don't. thats why this place is so unique- and happens to be a success with it's excellent emulations of popular maki rolls- california rolls, dragon rolls, spicy tuna roll, and so on. the menu offers a smattering of other dishes that seem to have little in common with sushi but have no fear. highly recommended and will be back.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/16/2009
I think the forte of this restaurant is their Japanese food. While the other stuff is fine (I once had the Thai Basil Chicken and it was, ehhh) I am sitting here stuffed to the gills from the Teriyaki Shrimp lunch special (take out wasn't too long a wait, also). The amount of food they gave me was astounding, I could have probably shared it with someone. The shrimp is breaded and delish. The sushi and dumplings quite good. The salad was a salad, nice dressing, and the miso sucked, I dislike slimy seaweed in soup, so I only ate some of it. But next time I'll just tell them I don't want the soup and I'll still be full, I'm sure.
Posted by surprised meat lover on 02/13/2009
soy and sake was a very pleasant surprise! i will never understand how they do it, but they make all the different dishes taste distinctly like the meats they are emulating. i mostly ate the hot appetizers which were delicious! the "chicken" nuggets were some of the best i have had made out of anything! the atmosphere is great too... there are big windows facing outside and a fish tank behind the bar that gives the place a fun vibe. i will definitely be back!