Q Sushi offers a modern Japanese menu and was featured in 805 Living, a high-end regional lifestyle magazine.
Chef Mikiko joined the Q sushi team as the executive chef at the start of the concept development and was responsible for creating its divers menu including Sushi, Japanese Wagyu beef and Robata grill specialties. Mikiko, who was building the opening team for the entire restaurant, was called the “Queen Bee” in the kitchen and brought with her team the finest contemporary Japanese cuisine to the Westlake Village in Los Angels. (Mikiko has moved on and left Q Sushi as of September 2016)
You think Japanese people eat raw fish only in form of Sushi and Sashimi? Chef Mikiko shares this beautiful presentation of a rice bowl dish, called Chirashi. This artistic dish not only satisfies your eyes but also your hungry stomach.
Chef Mikiko was interviewed by Bitch Media, which is a nonprofit, independent, feminist media organization dedicated to providing and encouraging an engaged, thoughtful feminist response to mainstream media and popular culture. Mikiko talks about her origin where she was introduced to Sushi by her beloved father and her journey of becoming a female Sushi Chef.
While chef Mikiko served as the executive chef at DELICA, which is located in the San Francisco Ferry building, she was interviewed by a Japanese local news paper, J Weekly USA. Mikiko says "Sushi is Art." DELICA is committed to using organic, local and sustainable ingredients. And chef Mikiko enjoyed these finest ingredients and applied her artistic creativity to her dishes. As you were enjoying the delicious taste of sushi, you were eating beautiful pieces of art. ** Chef Mikiko no longer works at DELICA. DELICA no longer serves Sushi.