The Japanese word “kaizen,” which translates to “continuous improvement,” truly reflects the concept behind this 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 in The Fountains seats on a first come first served basis.
Mikuni Koki Club Hoshi members (black, silver, gold, and red cards) may make table reservations for parties up to four, and seven days out, using the Mikuni App. Reservations are limited due to COVID-19 pandemic occupancy guidelines.
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