After a tiring day running around being a tour guide for family from overseas, we decided to dine at Makoto and luckily we were able to get a table for 4. Surprisingly, it was quiet maybe because it was a Monday night. We chose a table because it is easier to talk to each other and share dishes. The problem with sitting at a table is that you have to constantly get up to choose what you want but you can always order it and one of the staff will bring it to you. I think the major thing that separates Makoto from other sushi trains is that the seafood is extremely fresh and each dish is prepared with care and precision.
The waiter serving us was Naoki (make note of him- he's a very good waiter!), he was very polite and helpful compared to the other staff. The other staff were quite rude especially when my friend approached them to order some dishes, that particular staff even had a major miscommunication with us and put our dishes into a takeaway box and put it at the cashier. Overall, I am please with the one staff that constantly served our table.
Sashimi deluxe | Salmon, tuna and kingfish sashimi | $15.80
Salmon sashimi | $6.60
Black plate | $5.60
Scallop | $5.60
Eel nigiri | $3.60
Seared salmon | $3.60
Oyster sushi | $5.60 (for 2 pieces)
Cooked prawn and mayonnaise | $3.60
Salmon belly & tuna nigiri | $3.60 (for 2 pieces)
Green tea cheesecake | $3.60
Homemade green tea brulee | $5.60
Overall, I am super happy with the experience at Makoto- the quality of the food was fresh and generous, the service was good from the one staff- the other staff aren't too bad but a smile would be nice :) and the dishes are priced moderately.
Happy eating x