I was a sushi virgin. I know its embarrassing to admit at age 49, but other then an impulse buy at a local grocery just for a change I had never tried the real thing until recently. Someone near and dear who actually lived in Japan recommended I get adventurous and as long as she was there to give me a play by play I went along. All I asked is that we make the first experience as real a Japanese one as Key West had to offer and she had no hesitation about the locationAmbrosia.
We have 3 very popular sushi restaurants on the island and Ive heard good things about all of the above, so I wont delve into comparisons. I just know that Ambrosia is nestled into a neighborhood of moderately sized homes and unless someone directed you to the place youd miss it. You have to shake off the idea of being on Americas only Caribbean island before you arrive so you can get into a cultural reboot and enjoy the opportunity from the get go. Were used to eating foods from European ethnic locations in