How much sushi can one town have? I think that’s the question Whitehorse is trying to answer.
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My rate at hitting up Whitehorse restaurants has slowed significantly now that my list is dwindling. That’s not to say there aren’t good restaurants still out there, but something has usually prevented me from getting to them – usually proximity, but also reputation or horror stories.
I drive past the Airport Chalet every day to and from work. It always seems busy (though I don’t know how many cars belong to motel guests and how many are dining in the restaurant).
My husband came back from work at camp with a bad cold and the last thing he wanted to do was cook dinner. I wasn’t much more interested after a long week at work.
I’ve been to The Hue Oasis in the Skky Hotel a few times and I only expect that frequency to increase now that it is one of the closest restaurants to our home south of the city. It’s a favourite due to their Korean offerings – Bi Bim Bap is such comfort food for me.
The reason for a re-visit is that they’ve expanded their menu and two people I know recommended that I give it a try.
The addition, as you can tell by the picture above, is sushi.
There were two very notable things about this visit.
- I didn’t go alone or just with my husband, but rather with a whole group of his coworkers. I was able to see quite a few different items up for grabs.
- There was a breaded deep-fried grilled cheese sandwich. (shown above)