Now let’s jump into the good stuff: the food! Although Sushi Wave offers a variety of plates ranging from appetizers like shrimp and vegetable tempura and entrees like chicken teriyaki, people are most attracted by their all you can eat lunch and dinner specials. For a somewhat pricey cost of $18 for lunch or a cost of $23 for dinner, the AYCE special offers you almost all of the delicious rolls that are on the menu. You might be shocked by those prices, but trust me, you are allowed a seemingly unlimited amount of orders, and you can choose from an array of rolls, cooked and uncooked, that individually cost about $8-$15. Within 2-3 rolls, you are getting your money’s worth. However, beware and be confident of your stomach’s capacity, because you will be charged for any unfinished food left on the plate. The rolls tend to be packed with rice and may fill you up quickly. A good tip is to eat fast, take a break in between rolls, or change up the style and flavor of the rolls you are eating so you don't get tired of the taste.
Overall, Sushi Wave is the perfect place for hungry sushi lovers, especially if you order the all you can eat special. The rolls are great and are definitely worth the price.
•AYCE menu is worth it when you can eat a lot
•Many types of rolls
•Rolls are above average in taste
•Food is a little pricy
•Rice-packed rolls fill you up
•You can get tired of the taste if you don't change up the orders.
Written and Photographed by: Joey Nguyen