“Groovy, groovy!” that’s the greeting you can hear from the staff once you stepped your foot into the place. I guess it meant welcome or hello. Just like the normal greeting ‘Irashaimase’ (mean welcome) from others Japanese restaurant but they use ‘groovy’ instead.
Early in June I have read about the dining place recommendation from food section in StarMetro. So happened that Leng asked me hang out together and try out this newly opened restaurant. After the long hours of waiting and drinking cups of green tea, Leng finally turned up along with Chee Wei (her darling boyfriend) and Wee Lick.
Here we were in Sushi Groove.
The menu. Sigh… they dun have a pretty nice menu and this is their ‘soft opening menu’. Not even drinks or any desserts stated in the menu.
Flying Geisha (priced at 9.90) voted 2nd among the 3 groovy sushi we ordered. It was the deep fried inari stuff with spicy tuna and cream cheese. It was crunchy and aromatically.
Mayonnaise Dream Roll (priced at 9.90) was filled with salmon and crab baked in spicy sauce. It didn’t taste ‘spicy’ though it said spicy sauce. Seeeeee… there were lots of ebiko on the mayonnaise. Indeed was the appetizing combination for the sushi.
It is interesting to see every groovy sushi has their unique name given by this fusion restaurant. It was really a fun dining experience today and definitely I will revisit again~
Wee Lick, Yen and Me