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Nagoya is family owned and run, and they're open late too for the suburbs (10pm I think?) The food is mainly Japanese, but occasionally we get treated to a few Indonesian treats here and there. I've never actually ordered anything other than the sushi, though my sister has had some of their cooked food and seems to have enjoyed it.
But let me go on about the sushi now. Henry, the owner, has a whiteboard of all the popular "specialty" rolls up in plain sight where adventurous diners can put up their own creations. But beware, only the top 20 stay on the board, the rest are relegated to a separate menu. I actually have a roll of my own creation sitting at #3 on the popularity list, primarily for salmon lovers (pictures later).
Now, Nagoya treats the Westfield crowd so well, that it's hard for me to eat sushi elsewhere. And since my family is there so often, Henry cuts us whichever piece of fish we fancy at the time, whether it be a slice of fatty tuna or getting creative with some of the other rolls offered.
Once, I went there four days in a row.
Anyway, onto the pictures! I ended up splurging on a brand spankin' new DSLR last week and these are the first pictures with it. I'm a photography noob (go figure!) but I'm trying hard to get better at it :P
Tuna, Yellowtail, and Salmon Sushi
Squid and Wasabi Tobiko handroll, Salmon, Tuna, Yellowtail sushi, and my special MicroBoston roll:
Closeup on the MicroBoston roll:
Spicy Yellowtail, Spicy Salmon, Eel/Tamago sushi, and Volcano Erupt Roll:
Closeup on the Volcano Erupt Roll