71 Fortune Drive, Suite 954
My sunglasses broke. Not just any sunglasses, a pair of Oakley Pro-M Frames, trouble is that these frames have been discontinued so I went to the Oakley store in the Irvine Spectrum Center to look fo r anew pair. After buying my sunglasses, I went to look for a place to eat. Maki Maki is right next to the Oakley store. It is a large restaurant with an outdoor terrace overlooking one of the mall’s walkways.
At first glance, I assumed that Maki Maki must be part of a large chain. There were very professional-looking signs and posters all over. I ordered gyoza and a Philadelphia Roll, an Asparagus Tuna Roll and a special Albacore Delight Roll.
The gyoza was crispy and tasty with just the right amount of spice in the sauce. When my sushi arrived, I was immediately disappointed, The rolls were very bland looking and rather artlessly arranged on the plate. The rolls were mostly rice with little fish or other filling. The Albacore roll was especially slimy.
I would have been better off eating at the Subway just a few doors away.
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