It’s going to take something special to stand out in Freedom Commons and Shinto Sushi is up for the challenge. Like the Route 59 location, Shinto Sushi at Freedom Commons serves up some phenomenal sushi rolls and teriyaki, plus a full bar.
You also get the highest quality service and amazing ambiance. The Japanese artwork and architecture speaks to traditional cuisine while the glass floor evokes a zen garden with modern flare, all before the food even reaches the table.
It turns out food and art could be one in the same – and Chef Daniel shows us how he does it!
Shinto at Freedom Commons is open for lunch and dinner, which means variety…from the bentobox lunch specials to the exquisite Sashimi plates…to Teriyaki platter to new twists on Japanese classics and even desserts. The restaurant masters the art of service and Japanese cuisine.