From a small neighborhood cafe to a bistro, Kin Da is one of many businesses before it that has settled within this building, continuing to provide high quality thai and sushi cuisine.
Shown here is Kin Da’s unique ceiling decorations which, according to the manager, has caught the eye of many customers and visitors with it’s worn, rustic style.
Though Kin Da is not recognized as being a Japanese restaurant, they’re still one of the neighborhood favorites when it comes to sushi and traditional Asian cuisine.
Seaweed salad, also known as Wakame by the Japanese, is recognized for its subtle, sweet flavor and is traditionally served in many Japanese or Asian restaurants.
Sushi is widely known for its wide array of flavors and textures but especially its vibrant colors, which add a striking addition to the enjoyment of the meal.