Fuji Market

>> Thursday, March 31, 2011

To hear Fuji Market Sushi described, you might think of a small takeout area in a largish supermarket. However, I like to think of it as just the opposite, a smallish grocery area in a restaurant.

Although they have a display cooler with a slew of pre-made dishes, everything we ate was made to order. After placing our order at the cashier and receiving a receipt with an order number, we settled into one of the small booths.

We spent a good five minutes admiring the simulated Japanese street scene complete with power poles, awnings, and laundry hanging outside a second storey window. One of the two kitchens was even visible through one of the "street" windows.

Edamame is always popular with our girls.

The vegetable and spicy tuna rolls were well executed.

Likewise the avocado and salmon-avocado rolls


I forgot the name of this but it was a bunch of fried seafood with rice and condiments.

One of our favourite udon soups is wakame, which we don't see nearly enough on menus. They were very generous with the seaweed. For Japanese soup lovers, the menu also offered ramen.

Tucked behind the Whistler Conference Centre, Fuji Market is a little out of the way, but well worth the trek, even if you're wearing ski boots.

Fuji Market Sushi on Urbanspoon


Post a Comment