After our very stressful flat water tubing at Harper’s Ferry, we were famished! We haven’t eaten anything since 7am that day and it was already close to 5pm. We searched for a nearby restaurant with great reviews and found Ginza Japanese Steakhouse as the most appealing for all of us. It was only 15 minutes away from where we were which is another reason why we chose it. As we arrived in a rather empty parking lot in front of the restaurant, I crossed my fingers and hoped that it will be a good restaurant.
The decor was outdated, the cushions of our seats were so old that it was already deformed and the walls of the restaurant were peeling off. It truly isn’t a sight to see and you do know that the restaurant has been there for quite a long time. Now you can take it as a negative point of the restaurant but we all took it as a positive sign, that it must be that good to last that long. Yeah, they may be showing signs of aging through their facilities but it was clean which is more important for me.
Service was quick which was another plus for us since we were absolutely hungry. We ordered a looooooot of dishes to compensate all the meals that we’ve missed that day, which was actually just one. Lol. From soups to salads to all sorts of rolls and sushis.
Believe it or not, every single dish we’ve ordered was outstanding! I’m glad we didn’t let the appearance of the restaurant deter us since we would’ve missed having a taste of their great food. It was so good that I’m actually including this place as one of my must-visit places whenever I go back to my Mom’s for a holiday. 🙂
By the time we got out of the restaurant, there was a huge tornado looming over us so we hurriedly left the place in the hopes of not getting in the middle of it. Yaiks!