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The Early Word on Sushi Garage

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Sushi Garage

Last month, the group behind Lincoln Road hotspot Juvia, Jonas and Alexandra Millan and partner chef Sunny Oh, opened the doors to their latest creation, Sushi Garage. Featuring a more traditional take on Japanese cuisine and housed in a former garage in Sunset Harbour, naturally, people have been excited to see what’s next. Here are the early thoughts.

The Good: Described as “high-end sushi” over at, writer Sara Liss seemed to be a fan saying that it is “a bit more approachable and wallet-friendly than Juvia, this Japanese spot adds to Sunset Harbour's bustling restaurant row.”

The Great: Yelper Michael J. declares that this is his “new favorite sushi spot” adding that the “ceviche and truffle shiitake nigiri are delightful.”

The Not-So-Good: A clear fan of the space, noting, “the place is cool and electric buzzing with a trendy crowd,” was the highest remark Yelper Richard S. had to say about Sushi Garage. But the review goes on to say that “none of the dishes stood out” and that it “was simply not good value.”

The Bad: “Sigh” is how Julia G. started her review of Sushi Garage, where she goes on to say that the Scottish “left more to be desired” and the “sushi all tasted the same.” She finishes her review by closing with “it felt like an overpriced Doraku and that is not saying much.”