We started off with some warm green tea and miso soup - which was very welcome after we were ducking in from a cold downpour and followed up with some ramen and then some fantastic rock shrimp, which had a slightly spicy and tangy sauce served over greens. It was fantastic. So, that was a lot of food and we should have stopped there. But...well, they have sushi.
The maki was so beautifully and artfully presented that you honestly felt guilty eating it. I was way to pretty to eat. But we did. And we weren't sorry.
We went with a lunch special where you can get two for $10 or three for $14 and the miso soup is included. Options for the lunch special were:
|Asparagus Maki||Spicy Shrimp Maki|
|Avocado Maki||Spicy Salmon Maki|
|California Maki||Spicy Tuna Maki|
|Ebi Tempura Maki||Spicy Yellowtail Maki|
|Kappa Maki||Tuna Maki|
|Negi-Hamachi||Tuna Avocado Maki|
|Philly Maki||Unagi Maki|
|Salmon Maki||Veggie Tempura Maki|
|Salmon Avocado Maki||Mini Ocean Sundae|
|Spicy Octopus Maki||Mini Veggie Godzilla|
Miku Sushi hasn't been around long. It occupies the space that was once Tank Sushi. I totally recommend it for anyone who loves ramen or sushi.
4514 N. Lincoln Ave.
***I did receive a complimentary meal for the purpose of a review. I was not compensated for this post. All opinions are my own.