Sushi and Korean grill grill Sura is set for grand opening
December 11, 2017 - bbq set
TEXAS TOWNSHIP, MI – Sura Korean BBQ Sushi grill was to have a grand opening currently in Texas Township.
The restaurant, a alloy of sushi and Asian cuisine, is utilizing renovated space during 6909 West Q Ave. in a Texas Corners area of Texas Township.
The location, that is a former pharmacy adjacent to a Bold Restaurant, has been open on a limited basement — from 4 to 9 p.m.in a evenings — given Dec. 2. With a grand opening today, Dec. 11, it was to be open for lunch and offer some lunch specials.
Hereafter it is scheduled to be open from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays; from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturdays; and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays.
Assistant manager Ryan Boldrey described a grill as an upscale insinuate Korean grill restaurant. It has seating in a categorical room during booths and tables for about 84 people, as good as 18 bar seats.
It has a smaller room where Korean grill is baked during tables, for a live dining experience.
“Sura is sushi and Korean barbecue,” pronounced Gabby Mayes, manager of Korean grill during a eatery. “We would report a food typically as Japanese and Korean cuisine. So sushi, everybody knows what a sushi grill and a sushi bar is. But Korean grill is only some-more of an interactive dining experience. You can customize it to yourself.”
Diners make a choice of meats along with a accumulation of side dishes that are baked by a server during a list or by a diners themselves.
“There are a lot of combinations that we can have,” Mayes said.
The business is owned and operated by Hyeri Chus. She is also an artist and her splendid design adorns a walls inside a business.
The restaurant’s kitchen staff is led by Change Ko, who was before compared with a Sushiya grill on Gull Road, along with his group of chefs. Jin Kook is conduct chef.