Seito Sushi

If you are looking for a place for lunch and in the mood for some sushi, Seito Sushi may be just what you are looking for. You will feel welcome immediately when the friendly staff greets you and takes you to your seat. It’s a great atmosphere to relax or catch up with co-workers away from the office.

Seito offers both a lunch and a dinner menu from which you can choose from. The lunch menu is pretty affordable – about $10 to $13 for a platter – and offers several lunch platters served in serving trays called bento boxes. The bento boxes are served with thoughtful portions of miso soup, steamed rice, pork dumplings, and california rolls. One of the better combinations is the chicken Katsu bento box. These battered, breadcrumbed chicken pieces are flaky and go really well with a compliment of tangy fruit and vegetable Katsu sauce.

The lunch menu also offers a mouth-watering assortment of sashimi and sushi combinations. Seito has a huge selection of sushi rolls to choose from. You can mix and match traditional items like the california tempura rolls and the kamikaze rolls(tuna, salmon, yellowtail and whitefish) or go with something a bit more exotic such as the Insanity rolls (spicy crab and fiery jalapeno pepper) or the Ichiban rolls (spicy salmon and cucumber).

A great mix of sushi combined with the people and relaxing atmosphere make Seito sushi a place to try. The wide selection of sushi rolls, bento box combinations, and sashimi will keep you coming back for more.

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