You know when you find Japanese people at a Japanese restaurant serving sushi that you will get great food (or at least, reasonable). As a Mexican, I felt heartened when I visited a Mexican restaurant and saw fellow Mexicans in the same restaurant. It made me feel that it was perhaps solid enough. That was the case with Yotsuba (a cute sushi restaurant located in the northern part of the city of Aguascalientes
(The actual address is: Prolongación Zaragoza 210 in Plaza Privilege, Col. Fatima. I recently went there with 3 colleagues and we ordered a few sushi dishes. As I normally do with anything that is sushi-specific, I went for California rolls and spicy tuna rolls. The latter were disappointing not because of the flavor but because they are not done the way Canadian ones are. I am heading to Tokyo later this year so I’ll compare. The California rolls were very flavourful and I loved them almost as much as Momo Sushi in Vancouver (which is high praise!)
I ordered an additional roll with an external cover of cucumber, which although was nice, I wasn’t completely sold on. But still, this is perhaps the best sushi place in the entire Aguascalientes. I am totally becoming a fan. It’s also relatively close (5-7 minutes drive) from my house.
Disclosure:As always, I paid my dinner off of my own pocket. I did not get any special treatment nor any freebies