When in Georgia, you must go out and enjoy the food and festivities. We made our way to RA Sushi Bar Restaurant. The set up of this place was amazing with the high ceilings and the Japanese art throughout.
I started off with a Moscow Mule which is pretty much a Dark and Stormy but made with vodka. One of my favorite drinks. The first dish I started out with was a seaweed salad which is always so flavorful.
Next I ordered the California Roll which was not the best to me. It had imitation crab which I’m used too but this was definitely not the best California Roll I’ve ever had.
I just wanted to try everything on the menu so next, I ordered Ra”ckin’ Shrimp which is made with crispy shrimp that is served with creamy ginger teriyaki dipping sauce (pictured in the front). This dish that looked so beautiful (pictured in the back) was the Viva Las Vegas Roll which has crab and cream cheese rolled in rice and seaweed, lightly tempura battered and topped with spicy tuna, crab mix and sliced lotus root; finished with a sweet eel sauce and spinach tempura bits. This was so good but at this point I was so full from trying everyone else’s food that I had to share most of it.
I think the food here is overall pretty good. This is a great spot for a large group or even a date. The happy hour has pretty reasonable prices which is when we went and that made me more open to try more things. It’s moderately priced and sushi is sometimes not too filling so it can add up. Lol.