SAKEO was one of the first eateries where I tried sushi and I have become a monthly patron. There are other dishes on the menu, however, more often than not, we end up having sushi. Our first course is always something called "le rouleau mexican", (Mexican roll) strangely enough. Then we order other delicacies which we always enjoy.
This establishment boasts a "bring-your-own-wine" policy which renders your dining experience very reasonably priced. When you become a regular, the owner (a charming lady) greets you warmly and sometimes even offers you a free pot of tea and dessert!
Reservations are highly recommended, especially during the weekends. Lately, we've been going during the week, and we find the atmosphere much calmer since groups of 4-6 often dine Friday and Saturday evenings which can make for a rather noisy ambiance. During the academic year, college and university students make up a big part of the clientele. So, if you're a couple looking for a quiet evening, go during the week like we do, or go before 7:30 p.m.
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