Sushi is not really about flavor as much as texture. Everything is usually made bite-size you can eat it in one bite, which is more proper.-Tim Hoffman
No matter where I go in the world (which is almost always near the ocean), I always try to find a sushi place. Over the past 8 years, I have been to "Heart Rock Sushi" in Fort Lauderdale a number of times, and have always been pleased.
Ogunquit Beach Inn from 2005, 06 & 07. Ivan now lives in Fort Lauderdale and attends Broward College as an architecture student. I haven't seen Ivan this winter yet, so I thought it would be great to spend some time on the Fort Lauderdale beach and then grab some sushi nearby...
We decided to get the Sushi Boat for two which featured 12 pieces of assorted sushi, 16 pieces of sashimi and two rolls with miso soup (price $46 for two). We were hungry!
Heart Rock also features Thai food and other Japanese favorites. The restaurant is popular with the local crowd and gets busy in the evening. There is a bar where sushi is made fresh or you can sit at a table or booth. The Sushi was fresh and plentiful with yellow fin tuna. The sashimi was delicious!!!
Heart Rock Sushi
1970 E Sunrise Boulevard (Gateway Plaza)
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Atmosphere is casual with a Tokyo Rock n Roll vibe. Service was excellent, Prices are modest with few specials. Atmosphere is 1960's mid-century shopping plaza close to beaches and trendy Victoria Park. The restaurant features a full liquor license and has busy lunch crowd. The restaurant also has outside dining.