Today we went to another Sushi restuarant called Kapital Sushi.
Hello, again. My dad and I, and sometimes my mom comes along too, have been going out on the town to find some of the best not so well known cheap eats, mostly family-owned, restaurants that we can find. We go out almost every day, finding some new little place, or big place, to tell you about and review the food and prices.
I often get asked why I choose to eat at and write about non-Mexican restaurants when I live in Mexico, but the answer is in the question! I live in Mexico, and have been living here since I was 18 months old. I grew up here, therefore I easily get bored of Mexican food, and I like tasting different flavors. And, my favorite food is sushi. So whenever I discover a new sushi restaurant I have to go to it. And today I went to Kapital Sushi, located at the Parota Center on Avenida Francisco Villa.
Kapital Sushi is open Monday-Saturday from 1 pm-11 pm and on Sunday from 1 pm-10 pm. On Wednesday, all alcoholic drinks are 2x1 from 5 pm-7pm, and on the weekend beers are 2x1. There’s a ton of space if you decide to come to the restaurant, so I doubt it would be completely full and you wouldn’t be able to get a table, and there is both air conditioned and outdoor seating. And pets are allowed in both areas! Also, the bathrooms are super clean and neat. But, you can also get their delicious food delivered to your house! And the best part is that there is no delivery fee!!
Now, more about the food. Kapital Sushi has a ton of different meals, some on the more expensive side, some on the more low-cost side. There are lots of meals that are close to or more than 200 pesos, and lots that are less than or pretty close to 100 pesos. The cheapest roll is 109 pesos, which is a pretty great price! I got the Dragon Roll, which was only 125 pesos, and had breaded shrimp, cream cheese, avocado, and crab! It also had a chipotle sauce drizzled on the top, so it had a bit of spiciness to it, which I personally loved. And it was a delicious roll!! I’m going to be honest, it isn’t the best roll I’ve had, but I did really love it! It was the perfect texture, and had an almost perfect ratio of rice to stuffing. In my opinion it had slightly too much rice, but it was still really good. It was also perfectly seasoned. And suuuper filling! I could only eat about half of it!!
Now, I don’t normally get dessert, but I couldn’t help myself! I’m a big coffee fan, and I’m also a big ice cream fan, so I’ve been ranting for a while now about how I want to get an affogato, which means “drowned” in Italian, and is vanilla ice cream drowned in coffee or espresso. And when I saw it on their menu, for only 45 pesos, I just had to get it!! And boy was it good! This was my first time getting an affogato, and I was so pleased! It was honestly a perfect dessert/drink for me and wasn’t cloying or too bitter from the coffee. It was awesome!!!
My dad got a chicken teppanyaki for 146 pesos, and when it first came he was kind of disappointed, but once he actually tasted it he completely changed his mind and loved it! The sauce that was used for his meal was a brown-ish color, and made the vegetables look over cooked, but once he picked up a piece with his fork and tried it, he noticed that they were the ideal texture! Crunchy, but not raw. They were perfectly cooked! And the chicken was as well!! Additionally, it was extremely juicy! The best words I can think of to describe this teppanyaki are amazing and impressive. Kapital Sushi is a great place!
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And to see the rest of my food reviews go to the Dining Out section here in Vallarta Bay Times.
Kapital Sushi's Phone Number: 322 209 4190
Kapital Sushi's WhatsApp: 322 194 6392
Kapital Sushi's Delivery Number: 09 4190 or 09 4191