Fare: J apanese Sushi and Steakhouse
Price: Moderate - Expensive
Food Quality: 3 Stars
Service: 2 1/2 Stars
Decor: 2 1/2 Stars
Overall Rating: 2 1/2 Stars
Note: Four star Rating System from:
1/2 star = poor to 4 stars = best in class
Well prepared sushi. One of the top sushi restaurants in the Burlington/Camden County area.
Noise Level: Moderate - Expensive
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy high-end sushi in an attractive, chic setting
Not Recommended For: Budget conscious diners who are fine with a less chic setting and prefer lower prices.
Recommended dishes: When available, Try the popular Sushi, its a variety of four selections and a California roll, complete with a fresh salad, Miso soup, and a green salad with ginger dressing. The beef negimaki, tempura, California rolls, and the dragon Roll are also popular choices.
Mikado Japanese Sushi and Steakhouse is one of the top Japanese sushi restaurants in the Burlington/Camden County area.
Mikado is casual with an attractive upscale, chic ambiance, with a decided Japanese ambiance.
Their very large menu features many selections of traditional maki, nigiri, sushi, and shogayaki, hot pots, don buri, steaks, and lobster. The sushi menu comes with two pages of creative special rolls.
The ingredients are fresh and the portions are huge.
Mikado is popular with groups of people who enjoying sharing. Sushi is served on an attractive Asian boat and docked in the middle of your table.
They also add a nice finishing touch to your meal. At the end of the meal they give you fresh pineapple slices accompanied by hot, rose water steamed towels.
Mikado Sushi and Steakhouse can accommodate private parties in their two private Japanese style, tatami rooms.
Outside dining is available in the warmer months.
Service is good, - pleasant and friendly, and not rushed.
(updated: February, 2018)
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