Sushi Station is great for experienced and inexperienced sushi eaters, offering a wide selection for locals, and Webster students can get 10 percent off if they show their student I.D.
Most customers are young couples and families, who can be heard making positive remarks, like, “Thank you, that was terrific.”
The establishment has a humble setting. The walls coated with wood paneling. It serves authentic Thai and Japanese cuisine with the signature “Old Webster” sushi rolls. These include salmon, tuna, yellowtail, asparagus, gobo and honey wasabi mayo and costs $12 with the appetizers at $4.50.
The different entrees amaze customers who try them.
The location, 29 North Gore Avenue, is particularly convenient because of its easy accessibility to local schools and families who come into Old Webster to shop and dine.
This is a good alternative to the popular Drunken Fish because of the wide selection of signature sushi like the Old Webster, as well as the great location and most definitely the service.
The owner, R.J. Xu, is from Thailand and studied Japanese Cuisine there and California. In mid-February, he went to Japan at the peak of fishing season to visit the numerous shops at the shore.
“You could smell the freshness off of the fish,” Xu said.
Xu looked forward to the Old Webster Jazz and Blues Fest and hoped to receive plenty of customers.