310 Eastlake Drive
I was driving cross count and m trip took me through Indiana. Thus far, I had reviewed sushi restaurants in thirty-eight states, Indiana is my thirty-ninth. On my way, I decided to go through Warsaw and Winona Lake and visit some friends. After looking on the Internet, I decided to try the sushi at Noa Noa.
Noa Noa is named after a short book by Paul Gaugin written during his time in Tahiti. When I drove up to the parking lot, it was packed. Noa Noa is a large restaurant and it shares a building with another restaurant called Spike. Spike is a sports bar with sand volleyball leagues. Noa Noa is a Tahitian themed sit down restaurant with a fresh fish and a sushi bar.
The restaurant was busy on a Tuesday night — a good sign.While waiting for a table I took a moment to peruse the menu. A moment was not long enough. The menu was huge. There were huge list of soups, salads, pastas, steaks and fresh seafood. As if that were not enough there was also a sushi menu.
When we sat down it was definitely menu overload. I ordered a sushi and non-sushi appetizer for the table. Since my guests are not sushi fans, I kept it simple and ordered a Philadelphia Roll. The roll was good with smoked salmon, cream cheese and avocado.
After the previous day's bad experience at Atlantic Sushi in West Virginiam I decided to order a cooked entree. I ordered halibut and it was very good. The dessert menu was equally daunitng but I and my guests ordered bread pudding.
I have to admit that I did not give Noa Noa a complete sushi review — but what I had was good..
|Noa Noa 3 rice bowls|