Jerry-san's Sushi Bar ---YUM!

So we may have a new favorite restaurant...

We decided that we have had good luck in West Haven lately, why not try sushi there too. Driving up to Jerry-san's we were a little apprehensive, as it seemed to be smack dab in the middle of an Infiniti car lot. However, our apprehension was short lived as we were welcomed inside by the super-friendly staff. The restaurant was relatively empty at 5:45 when we got there (but full with a wait at 7 when we left), and they seated us at table in a nice baby-friendly corner. Newhavenbaby ordered for himself ("Rice, please.") We also ordered a new treat for him, cucumber rolls, and he amused himself by taking bites out of each little roll, one at a time. The waiters brought him a pretty cup with a stirrer/straw and went out of there way to talk to him, give him extra ice, and make sure he was happy.
The restaurant seemed to be a nice mix of families and couples, and we saw a big bowl of kid-rigged chopsticks at the server station. The atmosphere was warm, casual, and comfortable. We really had a nice dinner.

Jerry-san's Sushi Bar / Daiko Japanese Restaurant is located at 400 Derby St. in West Haven. (203) 392-3626. It is a little ways down past the Yale Bowl, coming from New Haven. My deluxe sushi dinner (10 pieces + tuna roll) was $18.50, hot saki $3, newhavenbaby's cucumber roll was $3.50 and his daddy's red and white sushi was $16.


Blogger Mother of Twins & More said...

I LLOOVVEE Jerry San's My boys have been going there since they were three weeks old, no joke.

I linked to your other post with Swagat - where is it? Google gave me two locations. E ME!

I need to find nice Indian food, and I won't worry about the sub standard booster seats. I'll let my fellas sit on the grown up chairs. They like to stand anyway.

7:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

as a lover of indian morsels of yumminess- get to darbar in branford. i have eaten there often and seen families enjoying their meals.

6:47 PM  

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