The Japanese word “kaizen,” which translates to “continuous improvement,” truly reflects the concept behind this newest Mikuni location. While the menu features a host of exquisite sushi rolls made popular at the restaurant’s other locations, it is also highlighted by an extensive selection of small plates and tapas-style dishes- each more exciting and compelling than the next. Guests are treated to a visual feast, as well, with vibrantly colored decor and a one-of-a-kind sushi bar. Artwork by Sacramento urban performance artist, David Garibaldi, and metal sculptor, Terrance Martin, further enhance the sense of pulsing excitement that makes Kaizen a must-visit restaurant.
Mikuni Kaizen accepts reservations for parties of eight or more. Reservations may not be taken between 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Reservations will only be held for ten minutes. If the entire party is not present after ten minutes, the reservation will be forfeited. The Mikuni Sushi Bar is seated on a first come, first served basis.
Mikuni Koki Club Hoshi blue and black card members may call ahead and make table reservations for parties up to four.